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As seen earlier, Michelle Williams is featured on multiple covers for the Spring/Summer issue of AnOther magazine — Go here for cover 1 and 2. The ‘Oz: The Great and Powerful‘ leading lady adorns two more moody covers, getting styled as a pink-haired and Prada-clad punk rebel on one front, as well as, an indie hippie with Native American braided locks, on the other.
Photographed by Willy Vanderperre, Michelle gets transformed into a variety of imaginary characters for her dramatic editorial, that range from a gothic glam femme fatale, to a grungy urban tomboy and even a brunette bombshell. Michelle wears looks from Armani, Miu Miu, Dior and Levi’s.
The 32-year-old actress, who famously set up home with co-star Ryan Gosling for three months to get into character for their critically acclaimed film ‘Blue Valentine‘, reveals to the magazine how it was like to live with the sexy actor.
“He was a pretty good husband, I have to say! He was always doing the dishes, and I said, Ryan, I don’t think that’s realistic. I don’t know anyone whose husband does the dishes. And he was like, I know, but Michelle, you go home and do the dishes, I’m not going to make you do the dishes here too”, Michelle shares with AnOther.
Yesterday, we got a sneak peek of Michelle Williams‘ breathtaking cover for the Spring/Summer Edition of AnOther magazine (Checkout the cover here). Now, take a look at another exquisite cover for the issue, featuring the 32-year-old actress looking very gothic glam.
Photographed by Willy Vanderperre, the 32-year-old barefooted actress sports dramatic makeup — vampy dark lips and an avant-garde headpiece topping her signature blonde crop — while dressing down the look with a casual sweater and a pair of torn boyfriend jeans.
Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz promote their latest film ‘Oz: The Great and Powerful‘, by teaming up for the cover of the March issue of US InStyle magazine (Checkout the cover here). For their pretty editorial, the ladies were styled by Samira Nasr and photographed by Michelangelo di Battista. The trio’s stunning wardrobe consist of selected designs from Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana, Derek Lam, Peter Pilotto, Lanvin, Burberry, Bottega Veneta, Miu Miu, (Yves) Saint Laurent and Calvin Klein.
The three witches of ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’, Theodora the Wicked Witch of the West (Mila Kunis), Glinda the Good Witch of the South (Michelle Williams) and Evanora the Wicked Witch of the East (Rachel Weisz) front the cover of the March issue of US InStyle magazine.
The trio of lovely ladies look pretty in divine pastel gowns. Both rocking side-swept curls, 29-year-old Mila dons a Carolina Herrera spaghetti strapped gown, while English actress Weisz wears a Valentino floral-lace gown. A blonde-haired Michelle sits pretty on the Michelangelo Di Battista-lensed cover, in a Nina Ricci number.
As award season sadly drew to an end, all roads led to the Kodak Theatre in California for the 84th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday (26 February). Legendary actress Meryl Streep finally broke her 30-year curse on the night, by winning her 3rd Oscar for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in ‘The Iron Lady‘. But it was silent film ‘The Artist‘ which made history by becoming only the first silent film to win ‘Best Picture’, since the ‘Wings’ did so during the awards’ inception 83 years ago. ‘The Artist’ also won Michel Hazanavicius ‘Best Director’ and French heartthrob Jean Dujardin ‘Best Actor.
In true Oscar style, the red carpet did not disappoint, many stars dared to take risks. Head below to checkout if those risks worked in their favour or against:
Honouring independent films and filmmakers, the 27th annual Independent Spirit Awards were held on Saturday (25 February) in Santa Monica. Critically-acclaimed silent movie ‘The Artist‘ scoped top honours, winning ‘Best Feature Film’, ‘Best Director’ for Michel Hazanavicius and ‘Best Actor’ for Jean Dujardin. Other winners included Michelle Williams and Shailene Woodley.
The purple carpet was star-studded, with many opting to keep it casual and relaxed. Checkout all the fashion below:
The 65th annual British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) — the British equivalent of the Oscars — took place tonight (12 February) at the Royal Opera House in the UK. ‘Beginners‘ actor Christopher Plummer, ‘The Help‘ actress Octavia Spencer as well as silent film ‘The Artist‘ continued on their winning streak this award season, in their respective categories. Jean Dujardin once again upset George Clooney by clinching ‘Best Actor’, with Meryl Streep denying Viola Davis a ‘Best Actress’ win.
Head below to checkout all the red carpet action, where black was clearly the colour of the night.
With just two weeks to go, Oscar buzz is everywhere. Time magazine has unveiled their annual great performances of the year list. Their 2012 Oscar portfolio features one adorable dog and 12 outstanding movie stars, some of which were given the cold shoulder by the Oscars. Head below to view the exquisite black and white portraits of the selected few, lensed by Sebastian Kim.