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Noted fashion photography duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott capture the 38-year-old ‘Twice Born‘ actress strutting her exotic beauty at the Palacio Marqués de Villafranca in Madrid, with a signature woven top handle tote — one in orange and another in black — by her side in each shot.
For their 2013 calendar edition, Italian alcoholic brand Campari taps Spanish screen siren Penelope Cruz to front their iconic annual calendar — following in the footsteps of other exotic leading ladies such as Milla Jovovich, Salma Hayek, Eva Mendes and Jessica Alba.
Photographer Kristian Schuller captures the 13-page spread, with the theme ‘Kiss Superstitions Goodbye’. Clad in exquisite crimson designs from Azzedine Alaia, Pucci, Salvatore Ferragamo and more, the ‘Twice Born‘ actress is seen confidently and stylishly overcoming ill-fated incidences such as breaking mirrors, walking under ladders, opening umbrellas indoors, etc.
Yesterday, we got a first look at Penelope Cruz on the black and white cover of the November issue of Vogue Spain magazine (Checkout the cover here). Now take a look at her simple and clean editorial, taken by lensman Tom Munro. The 38-year-old ‘Twice Born‘ actress gets styled in elegant pieces by Dolce & Gabbana, Mila Schön, Thierry Mugler and Azzedine Alaia.
The ‘To Rome With Love‘ actress talks to the magazine about whether she prefers doing sex or death scenes.
“I don’t like dying. I die in Don’t Move [an Italian film, for which Cruz won the Italian academy award for best actress], and I can’t really look at it because it reminds me of my grandmother when she was very old. But sex scenes are very strange. Absurd, really”, Penelope shares with W.
Checkout her black and white editorial, styled by Edward Enninful, after the jump:
Checkout the 38-year-old Spanish screen siren’s editorial after the jump:
Sporting sultry water-drenched hair, the 38-year-old exotic actress strikes a sassy pose for the lens of Nico in a Stella McCartney dress.
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:
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.