Interview Magazine will continue to work
May 21 this year, the cult magazine Interview announced its closure. Representatives of the magazine noted that the cause of the termination of work were bankruptcy, debts and accusations in harassment. However, now there are news that the magazine will return. The magazine’s publisher, Jason Nikich, said that Interview will return in September 2018.
The official statement says that Nick Kharamis will assume the post of editor-in-chief, and the creative director will be Rihanna’s stylist Mel Ottenberg. “In the coming weeks, our editorial board will assume the responsibility to revive Interview and make it as beautiful, creative and exciting as ever,” Nikich writes. “We are committed to Warhol’s legacy and we keep wit and creativity.”
The magazine Interview, founded by Andy Warhol, lasted almost 50 years. A distinctive feature of this publication were interviews, which some celebrities took from others. Their conversations were not specially edited. The most recognizable rubric in the magazine was Q & Andy, in her celebrities answered the questions compiled by Andy. Among them were – “What did you eat for breakfast?” or “What did you dream?”.