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Interview – Issue 528

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To celebrate Interview’s 50th anniversary, we used the occasion of our 528th issue to pay tribute to—okay, to blatantly rip off—our own illustrious past. Starting with our cover star Kate McKinnon, who recreates iconic photographs from the magazine’s history, almost every story in the issue riffs on some of the best that came before us. Inside, Saturday Night Live’s chameleonic superstar answers some pressing questions from friends like Charlize Theron, Scarlett Johansson, and Chris Hemsworth. Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo and the musician Björk partake in an entirely unedited e-mail correspondence that we’re calling (at Björk’s request) “Future Folklore.” New York iconoclasts Debbie Harry and Cindy Sherman compare notes on sex, success, and gardening. Euphoria breakout Alexa Demie is a style icon in the making. More than two decades after its release, Jagged Little Pill is going down in the theater. The playwright Jeremy O. Harris and the supermodel Alek Wek star in “Tender Head,” a fashion story. Alanis Morrissette talks to her collaborator Diablo Cody about bringing the seminal album to Broadway. The American designer Michael Kors catches up with friend, the fashion veteran André Leon Talley to reminisce about New York’s heady heyday. After a banner year that saw him appear in Jim Jarmuch’s The Dead Don’t Die and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, Austin Butler is set to play Elvis Presley in Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming biopic. But before he achieves megastardom, the actor answers some questions from the ghost of Andy Warhol. All that, and so much more.

Andy Warhol’s Interview is a publication featuring interviews with the world’s hottest and most sought after personalities. It contains all the current gossip, fashion, films, books, photographs, music, art and politics and is lavishly and dramatically illustrated with black and white and color photographs.

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