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Interview Magazine

Wednesday, July 23rd 2014
by Keesean Moore

As if Naomi Campbell needed another reason for us to worship her, she’s now the editor-at-large for the brand-new German and Russian editions of Interview.

by Julija Kaselyte

The October issue of Interview Magazine features the fiercely beautiful Florence Welch. Inside the issue you can find a theatrical photo shoot with this amazing red-headed songbird. Cold colored and contrasted photos supply thrill and mystery to the images.

by Alice Byrne

Mert & Marcus give their own take on the controversial creative direction, bondage, with this editorial for the September issue of Interview Magazine, which stars a ensemble cast of top models.

by Alice Byrne

Anne Hathaway is transformed by Mert & Marcus for this dark, romantic shoot for the September cover of Interview Magazine. Anne is dressed in romantic gowns styled by Karl Templer.

by Alice Byrne

Karmen Pedaru is mixing punk rebellion and urban grunge in these bright color popping images, shot by Fabien Baron for the latest issue of Interview.

by Alice Byrne

The latest issue of Interview magazine shines a light on Gucci, the fashion editorial is shot by Mert & Marcus, and stars models Saskia de Brauw and Marique Schimmel.

by Daniel Haim

For the new issue of Interview Magazine Riccardo Tisci steps in for a fantastic interview by Donatella Versace and photography by Steven Klein, yeah, thanks Steven for these fantastic photographs I’m sure Riccardo absolutely loves you.

by Daniel Haim

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by Daniel Haim

Absolutely stunning: Amanda Seyfried photographed by Mikael Jansson for Interview Magazine.

by Daniel Haim

Interview Magazine is known for having great covers, after all they are Interview.

by Daniel Haim

“Once upon a time, we learned what happened when seven strangers came to live together in a house, stopped being polite, and started getting real. After 23 iterations of that concept, we learned that we were bored, and an ever-savvy MTV flipped the concept, assembling a group of strangers to live together in a house and act like cartoon characters.