An old tired concept strikes oil. Majorly. The inclusion of Daria is a little odd and the placement of maybe Claudia or Cindy may have been a better choice, but these images are striking. None of them look a day older than their photoshopped age.
Open the magazine up and the images get better. I’m always for any ode to the ‘super’, so count me in for the Linda, Kate, Naomi, and the Christy covers. It isn’t nostalgic if they’re careers are still on fire.
Interview September 2013 Models: Naomi, Kate, Daria, Amber, Linda, Christy , Stephanie Photographer: Mert & Marcus
Let’s delve a little deeper into the pages of Interview. Wow! this is absolutely stunning. From Stella to Prada and Bottega Veneta, the 70s are here. This editorial is absolutely on fire and such a strong way to bring on the new year. These ladies are fierce queens.
Rihanna, where do I start. For one, I’m sure she’s doing wonders for the floral industry as of late. Spring 2011 makes me excited for the berry and gem tones, but I’m not entirely sure how ready I am for the onslaught of that Louis Vuitton collection. Along with Marc’s namesake line, I tried to forget. The Louis Vuitton Spring 2011 had some hits and misses, but maybe I should have prepared myself. Gucci’s latest, and I hate to say this, would have been fabulous here. On the positive end, I’m enjoying the pink, feathered Chanel and the Lanvin. Ravishing really. Maybe the photography, angles, and her modeling skills aren’t up to par, but what really is getting me is the Prada fur. Get ready editorials for Spring. They’re popping up already and I have a feeling they’re here to stay for awhile. Delicious.
Title: Rihanna Magazine: Interview December/January 2010 Model: Rihanna Photographer: Mikael Jansson Stylist: Karl Templer
Madonna is on the May cover of Interview certainly showing everyone out there how it’s really done. These are the photos, posted on Madonnafanzine.com and they are amazing! After her latest tour was released on DVD, I’ve been craving more and more Madonna. There was a Madonna Glee episode, but I’ve been wanting the real Madge. While I eagerly wait a future release from the “Material Girl,” hopefully these will feed my appetite for a little. She’s still sexy and fierce at this age and bringing an update to her past wardrobes. This is how it’s really done Christina, Gaga, Britney, etc. Take note because the queen isn’t going anywhere.
(Smacks lips) Wow…just, wow. Hello horse-face, how are you doing? I kid, mostly. I wonder if the glitter is generally the distraction of how masculine her features are, because you show Zach a little shine and you have my attention for hours on end. I think I enjoy only three things about this editorial. The posing and whatnot isn’t terrible, except those disgusting platforms. Anyway, to the things I liked: 1) I like her nails. The three shades not only match that atrocious paint, but they’re actually really awesomeballs. 2) I love the coctail ring. I love big, oversized statement rings and it’s fantastical, just like the glitter animals, probably some sort of dumpster diving raccoon of sequin and shine and drunken unicorns that follow Ke$ha in her dreams. Actually that seems like such a Snow White fantasy, but involving less wholesome goodness and more bottles of Jack. Last but not least, 3) It ends. Thank someone somewhere that this mess ends. I hope someone hosed her down out back after this shoot, because she probably already needed anyway.
Why I’m even posting this is beyond me, seriously. I think it’s how much I despise the fashions that these guidos and guidettes wear about. Tans, obscene amounts of gel and pouf, extreme fake tans that is deeper than any skanky sorority girl, and well, tacky Ed Hardy and Christian Audigier-inspired clothing that makes me want to wash my eyes with alcohol every time I gaze upon such trashy-wear. I should give them the benefit of the doubt that they don’t change and definitely are rocking their definition, but I just can’t help puking in my mouth.
Anyway, back to the photos. Bar Rafaeli joins the guidos and creates a sweaty good ol’ time from Terry Richardson for Interview Magazine that I could do without. I never really liked her that much, though. I mean, she’s pretty and gorgeous, but she never really got out of that lingerie and swimsuit modeling. I’ve just lost interest.
I do like their loafers and I do like her swimsuits. That’s a plus, right? Oh well, maybe I’m too hard on them and I need to find a way to cherish these gems. Somehow. Anyway, I know that Jersey Shore lovers will find this pleasing, so gaze away guidos and guidettes.