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Interview Glamorizes Wasted, Blacked-Out, Left-for-Dead Women

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Interview is courting controversy in its latest issue, which features a disturbing editorial titled "Pretty Wasted." As the title suggests, it depicts models passed out in a dark back alley littered with trash and empty bottles of alcohol. Fashion Scans Remastered posted all the images from the spread along with the commentary, "To be honest, I can't distinguish whether this editorial is supposed to be disturbing and dark or ironically funny and artsy, or just plain retarded."

Anja Rubik, Andreea Diaconu, Lily Donaldson, Daria Strokous, and Edita Vilkeviciute modeled in the issue while Karl Templar styled the shoot and photographer Fabien Baron captured the images.

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