Peter Lindbergh


“I Need Places to Tell a Story”: Wim Wenders, in Conversation with Michael Almereyda

February 14, 2024

“It’s through the Polaroids that I slowly understood what places meant to me in the process of filmmaking,” says the legendary director, who is exhibiting his Cibachrome prints of the American West for the very first time.

Rei Kawakubo continues to be an enigma

May 5, 2018

In 1985, the Commes des Garçons founder was just about to launch a collection of formalwear.

Why Kaia Gerber represents a new generation of supermodels

February 27, 2018

The most anticipated debut of the spring season was a fashion legacy, almost predestined at birth to be a star: Cindy Crawford’s doppelgänger daughter.

Al Gore

June 5, 2017

A decade has passed since the release of An Inconvenient Truth, the documentary that made former Vice President Al Gore America’s most trusted authority on global warming. A lot has changed in that time, but the activist’s determination to fight is not one of them.

Emma Watson

April 24, 2017

The future is terrifying. The future is uncertain. The future is … here. And if Emma Watson has anything to say about it, the future is going to be magical.

Peter Lindbergh

September 13, 2016

A new book on the iconic fashion photographer whose images redefine the very world they depict

All Hail Alaïa

November 9, 2015

The original designer’s designer Monsieur Azzedine continues to play to his own beat.

Rooney Mara

October 26, 2015

She’s one of the most intensely engrossing performers of our time, brooding, electric, and alluring, a fire-starter on screen. But in real life, Rooney Mara says she is just trying to overcome her fears.

Helena Bonham Carter, Staple of the Screen

August 24, 2015

Following her early start at age 13, Helena Bonham Carter has amassed a list of film credits as extensive as it is impressive.


March 17, 2015

A landscape of the female form in simple shapes that mirror nature in its purest decorative forms. Prairie dress shapes meet a more modern minimalist ideal. Coming undone and totally in control on her own.

A Search for Truth

March 12, 2015

Peter Lindbergh presents another collection of his indelible photographs of women—and some men-that go beyond the beauty of his subjects to reveal an inner truth.

The Photographersâ?? Portfolio

August 24, 2014

Welcome to the Photographers’ Issue.

Léa Seydoux by Peter Lindbergh

August 23, 2014

Peter Lindbergh is a German photographer born in 1944 in what is now Poland. He lives in Paris, New York, and the Provencal town of many a van Gogh sunflower,

The Covers

August 20, 2014

Six photographers. Six cover stars.

The Factory

July 28, 2014

In the beatnik scene of the ’60s, the West Village’s bright young things explored the boundaries of art, fashion and music, all driven by the city’s beat. Fall ’14 takes that rebellious spirit as its starting point, adds a modern polish, and creates a contemporary New York remix for today’s renaissance kids.

The Eye: Peter Lindbergh

August 27, 2013

Peter Lindbergh’s stark, sensuous portraits helped usher in the age of the supermodel, but his images have always gone beyond fashion, stripping his subjects bare to reveal something deeper about the women at the center of them.

Cara Delevingne

March 18, 2013

“You just don’t pluck them, it’s really simple.” A little face-time with fashion’s sexy, savvy, and suddenly everywhere model of the moment.

For Sale

February 13, 2013

It’s clear as black-and-white: a new stripped-down simplicity with a precise monochrome palette, spare silhouette, and graphic parallel lines. It’s a modern homage to a stripy-checky ’60s world. No embellishment needed.

Helena Bonham Carter

May 2, 2012

It’s rare that an actress who so fully disappears into her roles manages to bring so much of herself to them—and even rarer when that actress’s resume is filled with an assortment of thorny roses, eccentric royals, witches, rogues, oddities, kooks, and apes. But then Helena Bonham Carter is a rare bird indeed.

Franca Sozzani

February 15, 2012

For more than three decades, the ever-chic, ever-charming, ever-outspoken Franca Sozzani has seamlessly merged the worlds of art and fashion, tackling issues of race, politics, and even ecological crisis in the unexpected context of the fashion image. As the editor of Italian Vogue, she has been a champion of photography, creating a visual language that has transformed the magazine into fashion’s bible and a global force that continues to influence the influencers