Twelve weeks to the day after the International Cycling Union (UCI) stripped American cyclist Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour De France titles, he sat down with talk show icon Oprah Winfrey in a spirited and candid interview.
It’s in French, but some Oscar pundits are saying that won’t stop ‘Amour’ from getting a Best Picture nomination next year. It won the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and knowing Michael Haneke’s track record with the Academy, I wouldn’t bet against it.
Azealia Banks sits down for Beats TV to talk about several things including her inspirations, favorite designers, and money. She says that her break-out hit, ’212′ is about a girl with talent and aspirations of success, but who hasn’t made it yet—it’s her last ditch effort.
Yoko Ono has teamed up with endlessly fantastic fashion mecca Opening Ceremony to bring you ‘Fashions For Men’. It’s a line of menswear exclusive to OC based on drawings Yoko did for a book that she gave to John Lennon on their wedding day, 43 years ago.
I made the mistake of seeing ‘Hitchcock’ last night. I was terribly disappointed. I never expected it to be a great film, but a good one—or a fun one—at least. I grew up watching Alfred Hitchcock movies with my mom (she loves horror and suspense).
I’d never seen Bobby Moynihan do his ‘Drunk Uncle’ sketch on SNL before, but it’s flawless. He’s upset about the election results so he’s had a little bit too much to drink. Something tells me he always finds something to be upset about, though. And what’s wrong with that?
French artist Fafi has directed Azealia Banks’ new video for the rapper’s ‘Atlantis’. She’s usually known for her illustrations of sassy sexy girls with tattoos, striped arm warmers, big butts and devilish grins, but here she’s gone lo-fi, computery 3D which reminds me of some cool Tumblr artists.
Moss and Naomi Campbell, it’s kind of hard to ignore. Photographers Mert & Marcus shot the two for the cover and inside of the December issue of Interview Russia.
I bought Miranda July’s collection of short stories, ‘No One Belongs Here More Than You’ when it came out. I probably read it a couple years later. I really liked it. She has a way of making small encounters seem like they’re bursting with meaning—all without pretense.
Art collector and publisher of Interview magazine, Peter M. Brant recently talked to famed art dealer Larry Gagosian about a few things. Most of them are fun little glimpses into the art world and the people who live in it, including some of our favorite celebrities.