Andy Warhol's beloved Interview magazine has officially shuttered, according to staff members.
Former editorial director Fabien Baron sued the magazine for $600,000, alleging both he and his wife were not paid for work undertaken after he was brought on in 2009 to up circulation, which he did.
Purchased by billionaire art collector and publisher Peter Brant in 1989, the magazine had languished over the better part of the last decade, undergoing a series of redesigns, relaunches, and changes both at the top of the masthead and among its executive ranks.
Interview magazine is no more.
Three women have also accused creative director Karl Templer of "overstepping the professional line", a charge he vehemently denies.
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Prior to his departure from the magazine in April, Baron had worked at Interview for 10 years.
Interview has also faced a spate of lawsuits recently, starting with former employee Deborah Blasucci filing in November 2016. A source toldWWD that Interview "owes everybody money". "Baron claims the magazine owes him "over $500,000 from invoices between 2015 and 2018" and owes Poiblanc "$66,000 as a stylist".
A display of Interview magazines at the Andy Warhol museum.
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