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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by jorgepalomo, Nov 2, 2018.
Robert Pattison still a thing?
Interview magazine still a thing? I thought it was supposed to close.
I think Interview Magazine is best when it doesn't try to be a fashion magazine. Some of their interviews are genuinely great and they often feature interesting, overlooked or on-the-rise people. I'm interested in see the "new" Interview. I used to *love* this magazine when I was a teen.
It was uncool to like him and Kristen Stewart when they were in Twilight, now it seems like the hipster thing to respect them as artists since they do indie projects/'serious' films -- when neither one of them can act worth a damn.
This reminds me of Interview Russia on its way to its demise
Why can't they just closed it for good. Have some dignity and respect to the Interview name.
He makes about as much sense for magazine covers as his Dior campaigns. But fashion will always reward mediocrity, so here we have him. Maybe this will awoke some sense of arousal or nostalgia in ageing Twi-hards. Indeed I'm getting heavy 'Tiger Beat' vibes looking at this cover.
A bit of a disservice to Willem Dafoe though.
i love the cover very 90
I thought he was brilliant in Good Time and The Lost City of Z.
To each their own -- I don't even remember his part in the latter, and have no desire to see the first film you mentioned.
well yes he's been in some of the most critically acclaimed films of recent years, including High Life that is going to come out in the US in the upcoming months, which i suppose is the reason why he's on the cover.
Could we just resurrect The Face and leave all this cringe worthy, bad caricature of "the 90s" aesthetic behind? Please? The overrated actor isn't the worst about this cover.
Absolutely! It's silly that people aren't taking him more seriously as an actor and say he can't act when they haven't even seen his best film performances. And I find something about him so attractive in a dirty, hipster way. But I still can't stand the new Interview, not after everything that happened.
What´s up with that douche pinky ring and necklaces? otherwise, I like this.
The main editorial
Photography Ryan McGinley
Stylist Mel Ottenberg
seems like he found his niche with "pretentious poses"
The cover looks like I-D Magazine
I rolled my eyes so hard now I saw the back of my brain. This magazine has nothing to offer anymore.