I can’t ask anything. Once in a while if I’m forced into it I will conduct an interview, but it’s usually pro forma, just to establish my credentials as somebody who’s allowed to hang around for a while. It doesn’t matter to me what people say to me in the interview because I don’t trust it.
The Paris Review Apr 2006
New Yorker Nov 1994
A profile of Vogue Creative Director André Leon Talley.
From our guide to haute couture genius at Slate.
New Yorker Sep 1999
On the life and career of Richard Pryor, as he neared the end of both.