WSJ Magazine July / August 2013: Woody Allen by Terry Richardson – Design You Trust

WSJ Magazine July / August 2013: Woody Allen by Terry Richardson

The Wall Street Journal’s monthly culture magazine WSJ is now out and for July’s issue it features the nearly 80 year old film-maker Woody Allen on the cover and inside for an interview as his 48th movie, Blue Jasmine, gets set for release.






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