Jennifer Lawrence for German "Interview" magazine.
Photo: Courtesy of German "Interview"
In case you've been hibernating or took a brief sojourn to a distant planet, The Hunger Games opened this weekend to universal pandemonium. (PANEM-onium? Heh.) It pretty much dominated all conversation over the course of three days (as well as social media feeds, #srsly), and, as predicted, Jennifer Lawrence has been catapulted to mega-stardom for her searing portrayal of lead character Katniss Everdeen. Not only did she make the rounds of practically every talk show last week (even telling David Letterman that she was "a troll"), the fash media tracked her every style move, including that to-die gold Prabal Gurung dress she wore to the premiere. Well, now there's even more frenzy-making J-Law action to discuss regarding her Vegas showgirl leotard moment on the cover of Interview Germany.
Lana Del Rey for German "Interview."
Photo: Courtesy of "Interview" magazine
One of the most buzzed about record releases of the new year has finally hit record stores nationwide today. That's right, Lana Del Rey's hotly anticipated Born to Die is finally available for public consumption, scrutiny, and enjoyment. Coinciding with the widely anticipated album drop is a pair of deliciously richesse, Bond girl-esque shoots for the February issues of both German and Russian editions of Interview magazine. This bad girl Brigitte Bardot look with a heavy liquid cat eye and deep auburn tresses teased WAY up on her crown is used on both covers but with slightly different treatments. Don't be fooled by the overlap, though; this is but one of a host of gorgeous time-traveling '60s glamour shots brought to us by the international branches of Interview. Walk (or y'know, click) with us!