Issue nº15 / SCARLETT JOHANSSON X DAVID SALLE
A-list actress Scarlett Johansson is our spring/summer 2019 cover. To celebrate this special issue AS IF is launching two additional limited-edition David Salle art covers.
The highest-paid actress in Hollywood collaborates with world-renowned contemporary artist David Salle for a photoshoot and interview that extends the theme of his new London show, “Musicality and Humour”, at the Skarstedt Gallery. David art directed this shoot exclusively for AS IF, making this a truly one-of-a-kind collaboration that is poised to reach global markets.
On the heels of the Met Gala in May, we sat down with Andrew Bolton, Head Curator of the Costume Institute at the Met to discuss his newest blockbuster exhibition, "Camp: Notes on Fashion". He shares his inspiration, what the show reveals about him, as well as the evolving role of curator in the age of information, and the relationship between fashion and celebrity.
Actress Joey King is undoubtedly the new queen on the block. In an exclusive photoshoot and interview the rising Hollywood star discusses how she got into acting and how she deals with her haters.
Legendary art photographer Ralph Gibson gives us a fascinating and intimate interview discussing his body of work and how photography, as the youngest of our art forms, is still evolving.
Margaret Qualley, the youngest daughter of Andie McDowell, graces our pages in a exclusive photoshoot and interview and discusses starring in FX's bio-pic series, "Fosse/Verdon", as well as the film "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" alongside Leonardo Dicaprio, Margot Robbie, Dakota Fanning, Brad Pitt, Al Pacino, and Scott Lance.
The work of American artist Will Cotton became recognized internationally after Katy Perry asked him to design her video for “California Gurls”, (the video is still clocking in at 457 million views on YouTube.) The artist sits down with AS IF and discusses his lush and emotional paintings, and the raw story of how he got where he is today.
She’s ready for her close up, Mr. Warhol. Lili Taylor, the underground movie icon who came to indie-move fame thanks to “I shot Andy Warhol” is photographed and interviewed and talks about the state of the movie industry and what streaming and consolidation means for the future of the business.
Revered fashion and celebrity photographers Tatijana Shoan, Mike Ruiz, and Jordan Doner take you from the beaches in Miami, to the gravestones of Brooklyn's famed Greenwood Cemetery, and beyond to bring you fashion editorials with the hottest brands in the market.
Issue nº15 also includes Objectify, our editor’s must-have picks of the season; and this season is all about logomania!