Amy Schumer has accomplished just about everything a comedian can hope for. She has a hit TV show on Comedy Central, a book coming out in August, and is headlining Madison Square Garden next week. But just for good measure, she's on the July cover of Vogue, further cementing the idea that there's really nothing Amy can't do.
Despite covering the fashion bible and receiving the official stamp of approval from editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, Amy remains unimpressed with the world of fashion.
"It’s just not my thing. I just have this sense of entitlement that I should be able to feel comfortable at all times, like I could go to bed at any moment in what I’m wearing," she told the mag. "I think that there’s a misconception in fashion that everybody wants in. I am very happy to remain out."
While describing the experience of her cover shoot and the fitting leading up to it, which she renamed her "Vogue not-fitting," Amy offers a not-so-common perspective on what it's really like to pose for the iconic magazine.
"I felt like I was in an interment camp," she said about dressing up for the photos. "Look at my face!"
Well according to Anna Wintour, her face looked fine. To read the full interview, head over to vogue.com.