It’s official: power lesbians Ingrid Sischy and Sandra Brant are leaving their longtime digs at Interview, which Sischy edited and Brant partially owned.
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Well, I actually stopped reading Interview shortly after Andy Warhol died (my last issue was probably about the time of Jodie Foster’s second cover), so this is no great loss to me. I was something of a Warhol purist, so I took it badly when they started using straight-up photos for covers instead of the hand-painted portraits.
Wow, when did Sandra Brandt become a lesbian? As far as I know she was Peter Brandt’s ex wife.
My guess is Sandy was a lesbian at birth.
Vanity Fair often has world class journalistic stories and interviews between the fashionistic advertisements. Sometimes, you got let the old things go like magazine subscriptions.
CORRECTION: Gotta let the OLD things go
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