COVER: ROONEY MARA BY MIKAEL JANSSON, INTERVIEW, MARCH 2013

It’s now become a standard for Rooney Mara to always deliver when it comes her editorials and magazine covers, so it’s not really surprising that and her latest Interview  Magazine cover and accompanying story by Mikael Jansson are simply outstanding.

The actress looks disturbingly dark yet striking in a grainy, almost retro movie poster styled cover, accompanied by the rather fitting title, “The Curious Case of Rooney Mara.”

But of course, it doesn’t compare to the stunning editorial, which you can view below.

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COVER: HALLE BERRY, INTERVIEW RUSSIA, NOVEMBER 2012

Behind the beautiful molten masthead, the stunning Halle Berry lies upon a concrete floor, clutching her head in ecstasy on the cover of Interview Russia, November 2012.

Although I love the shot, I can’t take my eyes off the stone groove smash hit copper masthead! Just the designer in me!

*Photographer TBC*

 

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PHOTOGRAPHY: BRAD PITT BY STEVEN KLEIN, INTERVIEW MAGAZINE, OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2012

It’s funny that even though Brad Pitt is 2 years shy of 50 and favours the “hobo-chic” look (that’s me putting it nicely),  he still manages to retain his *swoon* factor.

His latest editorial for Interview magazine, sees the actor as a role-playing chameleon, and whether that’s him looking like your drunk, “holding onto his youth” uncle, sporting dreadlocks and unkempt facial hair or slicked, groomed and wearing eyeliner, the man still manages to put the “young’uns” of today to shame!

Check out the actor don a variety of apparel including Versace, Tom Ford, Giorgio Armani, A Child of the Jago, Topman and Lanvin in his Steven Klein lensed editorial here.

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PHOTOGRAPHY: EMMA STONE BY MIKAEL JANSSON, INTERVIEW MAGAZINE, SEPTEMBER 2012

Mikael Jansson photograph’s actress Emma Stone as a “hard ass mutha” in this sci-fi/80 inspired shoot from september’s Interview magazine.

The grainy & blurred effect of the images, the seedy nightclub setting and Emma being the sole female in a predominately masculine environment, while clad in a number of sexy garments courtesy of likes of YSL, Versace, Christopher Kane and Haider Ackermann, probably makes this one of her best editorials in a long time. It’s nice to see the prim and proper girly girl portrayed a bad ass bitch.

Kudos to Karl Templar and his wonderful styling, the neck pieces on her with the slicked back hair is divine!

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