Monday’s announcement that the iconic Interview magazine will cease publication did not go unnoticed by celebrities. Gwyneth Paltrow, Susan Sarandon, Cara Delevingne, and other recognizable names mourned the end of an era, one created by pop artist Andy Warhol when he founded the magazine in 1969.
Known as the “Crystal Ball of Pop,” Interview featured sometimes illustrated, always artistic covers graced by everyone from Mick Jagger to Stevie Wonder to Kim Kardashian. Its pages consisted of interesting conversations with cultural influencers, gorgeous fashions, and a style that other glossies came to imitate.
Here are the tributes celebs are sharing in the days after the bad news.
In December 2004, Paltrow went Old Hollywood for the mag.
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The timeless actress starred in a 1991 issue, just after the release of the now iconic Thelma & Louise.
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In April 2013, the model shot some sexy photos for the mag’s interior pages.
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Tyler immortalized her romance with her Inventing the Abbotts co-star, Joaquin Phoenix, in the mid-’90s.
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Count the Trust actress among the magazine’s fans.
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One of the covers of the Mean Girls star proclaimed, “La Lohan!”
@mertalas I am sure that #ingridsischy would be proud of this moment. That day in @balmain with two hours with @ctilburymakeup to have a photo shoot and jet off! we are blessed to know the feeling of #teamwork!
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Identified only by her first name, the supermodel stunned in one of the multiple Interview covers on which she appeared.
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Watts’s 2004 cover showed her having a ball in goth makeup.
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Mad Men‘s Betty Draper’s rocker glam photo appeared alongside an interview conducted by Jack Nicholson — yes, that Jack Nicholson.
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Blair covered Warhol’s publication twice, both of which she remembers quite fondly.
To say goodbye, we dug up My first cover for @interviewmag #october2002. @karllagerfeld assembled this incredible group of actors and we spent the day just hanging. I wish we could have this day again. I was such the dark horse. Still am. But #ingridsischy believed in me and made me a Contributing editor on the mast head at The iconic magazine, interviewing dozens of stars. Finding new talent. Shooting for the magazine many times. And gracing second cover in 2005 as a version of #emilythestrange shot by @maxvadukul . ( swipe left). When Ingrid left the magazine, I did too. I had a kid. But it continued to be one of my favorites. And it is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye. Thank you @interviewmag. So much. #endofanera #loved #arthurshands
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Campbell, another much-photographed fashion favorite of the ’90s, appeared on another cover in the same month as Kate Moss.
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A new generation of models, including Kloss, are just as enamored of the magazine.
Goodbye @interviewmag this shoot was the day after my 21st birthday and in spite of my hangover it turned out to be one of my all time favorites. How could it not – with couture dresses, tube socks and in a skate park w @gstyles. These pages have left an indelible mark on the fashion industry, they will be missed!
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The Pretty Little Liars alum was the subject of beautiful photos in the pages of Interview, but she shared that she’ll miss the words that accompanied those images most.
Thank you @interviewmag for including me in the fold. You will always be one of my favorites publications. When I was younger, I harvested your beautiful images into countless collages in the pages of my teenage journals. But what I loved more where your words. Intimate conversations between wildly fascinating people. I’m just so grateful I got to speak with Lesli Linka Glatter and be considered one of them. #interviewmagazine
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While there won’t be any future covers, the Pittsburgh’s Tribune-Review notes that the local Andy Warhol Museum has many of them on display.
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