Like a favorite pair of blue jeans, the cabaret was a place where people felt comfortable. To celebrate their 10-year anniversary, HUDSON Jeans are adopting this free-spirited mentality and launching the “Hudson Cabaret” —a tribute to pushing past the boundaries and living a life free of inhibition. Always a fan of self-expression, anniversaries, and bon-vivant, INTERVIEW searched our archives for our favorite moments with the most rebellious and denim-loving subjects; those who stray from the usual rules of society and “let themselves go.”
A singer, actress, fashionista, and charming Parisienne (an art in its own right), Charlotte Gainsbourg has thrice graced the pages of Interview. Here's a compilation of our favorite moments with Charlotte the singer, Charlotte the actress, Charlotte for Ever (an eponymous album she recorded with her father at age 15), and the most graceful composite of the three, Charlotte Gainsbourg herself:
The trope of the "bad boy" has existed for a long time, but sometimes it feels as though the term was invented for Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones. Pouting lips, eyeliner, tight trousers, and swaggering hips: the Stones certainly know how to let themselves go.
If ever there was an art-world renegade, it's Damien Hirst. Loved and loathed in equal measure, Damien Hirst is the world's wealthiest living artist, and perhaps its most infamous. Over the span of his career, Hirst has made sure to chime in to Interview every so often. Here are some fun facts, lessons learned, and other fragments of his tumultuous career, reflecting a confidence and free spirit that he has sustained through two decades.
Singer, actor, narrator, dancer, director, producer, performance artist, icon, rebel...there are many ways you could describe David Bowie. 45 years after releasing his debut eponymous album, Bowie remains a short cut to cool—a name dropped by everyone from teenaged musicians to middle-aged academics
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After collaborating with Martin Solveig on the danceable track "Hello," husband-and-wife duo Martina Sorbara and Dan Kurtz, along with Joel Stouffer, have put together Bodyparts, an album that is all about letting loose and staying out late dancing.
As lead singer of the New York new-wave punk group Blondie, Debbie Harry has many claims to fame—she is one of the few women in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, one of the first pop singers to incorporate rap with her song "Rapture" (in the words of "Fab Five Freddy" Fred Braithwaite, Harry "introduced the idea of rapping to the mainstream public. She whet the palate") and, somehow, made a disco song, "Heart of Glass," into an ageless classic.