Carrick Glenn was a very buxom, beautiful and appealing blonde actress who only appeared in two theatrical features and one made-for-TV picture during her regrettably short-lived career. Carrick was memorably sweet and sexy as luscious camper Sally in the superior slasher cult favorite "The Burning." She had a small part as a coed in the acclaimed TV movie "Bill." Alas, following her brief turn as stuck-up college student Kathy in the inferior slice'n'dice stinker "Girls Nite Out" Carrick Glenn apparently called it a day as an actress and seems to have vanished into thin air.
"She's like a Page 3 girl," Ms. Neophitou said, referring to the scantily clad voluptuous women featured in The Sun, a London tabloid. "She's like a footballer's wife, with the too-blond hair and that kind of face that anyone with enough money can go out and buy." [Jezebel]
Swedish denim entrepreneur turned photographer Johan Lindeberg shot his pal GISELE over an easy-breezy two hour period not for a big campaign, not for big bucks, but really, it turns out, for the love of jeans. "She called me," he said. And it's really no surprise: everyone from Daria Werbowy to Carolyn Murphy (who turned us on to the ultra-high-waisted, ankle-zippered Jeans 8 last summer) stockpile skinnies, straight-legs, and leggings at his SoHo boutique. We swung by this week to catch up with the Brazilian supermodel and get her denim rules of attraction.
'Interview' readers in Russia and Germany can purchase a reproduction of George Condo’s work, Lingerie Model, with the current issue that hits newsstands on 22nd May.
888 prints in each country will be available as a serially numbered limited edition for the copy price of 6000 rub (150 EUR).
As a special contribution to both magazines, George Condo has also created the cover of this art-focused June issue that contains interviews with Nathalie Djurberg and Massimiliano Gioni.
Condo's works are part of the collections of the leading museums of the world including the MoMA and the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, and the MACBA in Barcelona; Sprüth Magers in Berlin is currently running an exhibition of his paintings. He is regularly among the top-selling artists at auction houses such as Sotheby’s, Christie’s, and Phillips de Pury.