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After a tumultuous few years, Interview magazine is changing its look.

Interview’s October issue

40th anniversary issue of Interview.

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A NIP AND A TUCK: After a tumultuous few years, Interview magazine — now under the team of editorial director Fabien Baron, editor in chief Stephen Mooallem and creative director Karl Templer — is changing its look. “This magazine has to evolve and change and address contemporary culture,” said president Evanly Schindler, who joined a few months ago and, before that, launched Tar. “It will be anchored in the here and now,” he remarked. Come spring, Schindler said new contributors and photographers will be on the masthead but he declined to provide more details, adding it’s too early to describe how the issue will unfold. This will be the second time Baron redesigns the magazine — the first was when he was co-editorial director with Glenn O’Brien and launched a new look with the September 2008 issue.

IInterview’s October issue will hit newsstands next week. The issue marks the title’s 40th anniversary and features Kristen Stewart of “Twilight” on the cover. Inside, the magazine’s owner, Peter Brant, interviews polo player and Ralph Lauren model Nacho Figueras, Lady Gaga is shot by Matthew Williams and Winona Ryder was interviewed by Mooallem.

— Amy Wicks

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