Bob Colacello


Ariana Papademetropoulos Paints (and Parties) Like the World Is Ending

February 21, 2023

The artist talks to “Interview” impresario Bob Colacello about growing up on two sides of Los Angeles, lounging in bed at the Louvre, and the return of surrealism.

Diane von Furstenberg Revisits (And Revises) Her 1977 Interview Cover Story

April 22, 2019

Forty years after we interviewed the already-legendary designer and businesswoman at her office on Seventh Avenue, von Furstenberg revisited — and revised — what she’d said.

Shelley Duvall Before ‘The Shining’

November 30, 2016

In her slow and soft voice, the lead of ‘Three Women’ tells Andy Warhol and Bob Colacello about about being discovered on location as an actress, and her ironic fear of horror movies

New Again: Truman Capote

September 15, 2016

Next week, one lucky bidder will buy the ashes of Truman Capote. While the auctioning of ashes might seem bizarre, we think that this posthumous publicity stunt would probably be in line with scandal-loving Capote’s wishes. With that in mind, we’ve reprinted the writer’s January 1979 Interview cover feature.

Jessica Lange, Queen Kong, and ‘All That Jazz’

June 29, 2016

The star of Dino De Laurentiis’s King Kong and Bob Fosse’s just-wrapped All That Jazz, lunches with Andy Warhol and Bob Colacello.

New Again: Jerry Hall

January 13, 2016

Jerry Hall might be known for her previous relationship with Mick Jagger, but she just announced her engagement to Rupert Murdoch. Here’s an interview with the former model and actress from 1978, when she couldn’t even entertain the thought of marriage.

Farah Pahlavi

January 8, 2014

Before the unrest of the Islamic Revolution of 1979 drove the Shah of Iran from power, his wife, the Empress Farah Pahlavi, helped transform the country into an international cultural hub, hosting and supporting artists, organizing festivals, opening museums and galleries, and building, in Tehran, one of the most coveted collections of modern art in the world—an assemblage of works that has remained largely unseen during her 35 years in exile. Here, she talks to Bob Colacello about the Iran that was, her late husband’s controversial legacy, and the Iran that she hopes will one day rise again.

Sissy By Andy

October 16, 2013

Andy Warhol first met Sissy Spacek in 1977, when she was an up-and-comer who had only appeared in handful of films.

New Again: Cher

June 12, 2013

We’ve never seen an episode of The Voice, and probably never shall, but the show momentarily captured our interest when they announced that Cher would be performing on it this Saturday.

Michael Jackson

August 31, 2011

“I like to make people happy. That’s what’s great about show business. It’s escapism. You pay your five bucks to get in and sit there and you’re in another world. Forget about the problems in the world. It’s wonderful. It’s entertaining. It’s magic.”

Michael Jackson

August 14, 2009

In August of 1982, Interview’s executive editor, Bob Colacello, interviewed Michael Jackson, then 23, at the condominium in the San Fernando Valley that the singer was renting with his family while their house nearby was being redecorated.