Eve Proves She Doesn’t Need Adam to Get Her Forbidden Fruit
November 10, 2020
At age 42, the rapper has confirmed whatever they say about an apple a day.
Diddy Rocks Our Vote
November 6, 2020
A celebratory look back at our ’90s coverage of the bad boy formerly known as “Puff Daddy.”
Thirstory: Lil’ Kim’s Louis Vuitton-Stamped Legacy
August 11, 2020
Lil’ Kim has an undeniable impact on Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” music video. Revisit her iconic “Interview” cover story, shot by David LaChapelle.
David LaChapelle gives us a tour of his Interview legacy
January 3, 2018
The photo surrealist looks back through his past work as he releases his two final books—a dual compendium of the cult of celebrity through the years.
New Again: Elton John
October 18, 2016
According to The New York Times, Elton John recently inked a deal with Henry Holt & Company to publish his autobiography in 2019. In light of John’s upcoming memoir, we’re reprinting the rock icon’s January 1998 Interview cover story below. If it’s any indication, the book looks to be about as candid as celebrity memoirs come.
New Again: Pamela Anderson
September 21, 2016
Pamela Anderson is back to stirring up controversy, but not for the reasons one might expect. The former Baywatch star recently penned an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal urging readers to take a pledge: abstain from pornography.
David LaChapelle’s Industrial Hallucinations
January 24, 2014
After retiring from fashion and most commercial photography in 2006, David LaChapelle moved to Hawaii, planning to spend his days farming and relaxing in the tropics.
New Again: Richard Branson
May 15, 2013
Calling Richard Branson colorful for a billionaire would be an understatement. We sat down with Branson in 1986, when he was just 35, to discuss the beginnings of the Virgin Group, his private island, and the time he hired a 19-year-old bartender to run Virgin’s Pub division.
May 27, 2009
They said it couldn’t be done, a massive hit that’s intelligent, visionary, conceptual, and spiritual. Then along came Moby.
Mariah Carey Sees Rainbows
October 1, 1999
All we want this Christmas is a little more Mariah Carey. Here, an interview from 1999 on “Rainbows,” dating older men, and defense mechanisms.