Kylie Jenner, in a bid to show the world that she, too, has a butt, and that she, too, is willing to use it, has graced the cover of Interview in an assorted slew of saucy poses.
Mock all you want: This photo may have just sold me on the Fifty Shades of Grey movie. Hello, Jamie Dornan. Hi.
Interview magazine's series where celebrities interview other celebrities can either be viewed as the end-all be-all of celebrity narcissism or an actually interesting way to get people to share things about themselves. Their latest piece, in which Emma Stone asks Secret Diary of an American Teenager star Shailene…
A reader sent in a link to a post at Tom & Lorenzo about a fashion spread in the May 2010 issue of Interview magazine.
It's hard to know what to make of Tamara Mellon. On the surface, she's a cunning businesswoman with the savvy to serve simultaneously as a brand figurehead. Or, possibly, a cunning brand figurehead with the ability to appear business-savvy.
Stephanie Seymour's divorce from media multimillionaire Peter Brant is ongoing, but the case is revealing a wealth of information about the ex-couple's, well, wealth. Every month, Brant spends $500,000 keeping his polo ponies and $30,000 on "household supplies."
Eva Mendes called out an Interview reporter for making light of her stint in rehab. The reporter said that AA should be changed to "Alcoholics Unanimous" in Hollywood since everyone is in treatment, and Mendez responded, "I'm not making jokes, because people die from this stuff…So, honestly, I think it's a bit tacky…
- "With so many magazine images that are so completely retouched, we've gone in the opposite direction, showing the soul of a woman." That's artist Francois-Marie Banier, on this Diane von Furstenberg ad starring Natalia Vodianova. Which makes us wonder, if that is the "opposite direction" of the retouching trend, we…