The August Starfall continues. Now also on the pages of Interview, which next month is dedicated to the art of photography and the most prominent artists of this genre. Six masters of photography - including Steven Klein, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott - independently chose the theme, models and source of inspiration, the magazine only had to publish the resulting films. The result is one stunning noir poster with Nicole Kidman, a glossy cover with Naomi Campbell, and four black and white album-like shots, a bit like a modern Rolling Stone by Patrick Demarchelier (Patrick Demarchelier - with KeirKnightley, Craig McDean, who worked with Amber Valletta,Peter Lindbergh transformed LéSeydoux beyond recognition and Mikael Jansson added another great project to DariWerbowy's roster.
Risky and ambitious projects are increasingly appearing in Interview, which has to compete not only with the gossip, but also with many glossy publications that are actively developing information sections: film reviews, politics, stories from everyday life and from specially invited stars. Today it is one of the most competitive markets in which it is more difficult to survive from year to year. And, despite this, the number of advertising pages in the magazine is decreasing again. The jubilee 45 year of Interview's existence may turn out to be the most reformatory in the entire history of the publication. Less advertising, more analytics, exclusive content, collaborative projects and creative scope - this is the course that the magazine has been following over the past few years. It’s a pity that this is as fearsome as it’s joy.