Swedish goddess Noomi Rapace covers the Spring/Summer Issue #46 of 10 magazine (Checkout the cover here). For her editorial, lensed by photographer Cedric Buchet, the 33-year-old ‘Dead Man Down‘ actress, with messy wavy hair, is heroin chic in grungy pieces from Pucci, Helmut Lang, Givenchy, Hermes, Maison Martin Margiela, (Yves) Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Prada and Stephen Jones.
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Swedish screen siren Noomi Rapace makes a cameo in the December issue of Vogue Italia magazine. For her sci-fi themed editorial, lensed by Michelangelo Di Battista, the ‘Prometheus‘ actress sports a messy updo and gets styled in futuristic urban armor-inspired pieces from Alexander McQueen, Philip Treacy, Givenchy, Gareth Pugh, Valentino, Celine, Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino and Dior.
The 32-year-old ‘Prometheus‘ actress looks hauntingly beautiful, as she channels a mermaid on the Olaf Blecker-shot cover, with her brown eyes wide open, red-lipped mouth slightly open and fiery tousled mop perfectly flowing.
British youth cultural magazine Blag is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and to honour this huge milestone they’re putting two of the year’s most sought-after actors Noomi Rapace and Tom Hardy on the cover.
The ‘Prometheus‘ actress and ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ actor, in the publication’s true reputable style, get rebellious for their shoot, captured by the magazine’s co-founder Sarah J. Edwards. Clad in grungy attire, the full-clothed duo aimlessly hang around in a bath in one shot, while Tom is seen shaving his infamous beard in another shot and a hooded Noomi laughing it out in another.
To promote her leading role in the much-anticipated Ridley Scott-directed movie ‘Prometheus‘, Swedish screen siren Noomi Rapace experienced a supernova on the intergalactic cover of the June issue of Dazed & Confused magazine(Checkout the cover here). Now take a look at her sci-fi chic editorial, lensed by Solve Sundsbo. The 32-year-old actress dons avant-garde creations by Maison Martin Margiela, Givenchy, Gareth Pugh, Theyskens’ Theory and Balenciaga.
The ‘Prometheus‘ star experiences a supernova on the Solve Sundsbo-shot cover, with her sizable bionic head adorning most of the cover, while a smaller and dreamy version of her face peeks from the former’s cracked roof.
“I gave Lisbeth my life for one-and-a half years, and it messed me up. I was glad to let her go. I felt, ‘Just leave me now, I need to come back to life’. I was probably a pain in the arse to be with at that time. I don’t like to pretend, I don’t like to fake… I slowly melt together with my characters”, Noomi points out to Dazed & Confused.