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“How can you act if your face is frozen? I don’t understand it. I find it really tragic and sad that women feel that they can’t age and still work in film. Some of my favourite women I like to watch on screen are the ones that allow themselves to age gracefully. They play women that are around the same age and they have no shame in it”, Emily points out to Fashion.
After the jump, Emily dons a Thierry Mugler top.
Jessica Biel makes her first major magazine appearance as Mrs Justin Timberlake on the cover of the January issue of US ELLE magazine (Checkout the cover and editorial preview here). Now take a look at the rest of her breathtaking editorial, where she models the hottest Spring/Summer 2013 looks from some of the big fashion houses, that showcased during this year’s Paris Fashion Week. Photographed by Thomas Whiteside and styled by Joe Zee, the ‘Hitchcock‘ actress plays muse for Giambattista Valli (above), Isabel Marant, Thierry Mugler, Balmain and Valentino.
Halle tries to explain her bad track record with men to the magazine.
“My picker’s broken. God just wanted to mix up my life. Maybe he was thinking, ‘This girl can’t get everything! I’m going to give her a broken picker’”, Halle points out to T.
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.
With the final installment in the ‘Twilight‘ series fast-approaching, supporting actress Ashley Greene garners some promo for the vampire-themed film by covering the November issue of US Marie Claire magazine.
Ashley talks to the magazine about arriving in Hollywood at age 17 and just being another super-pretty model actress, who paid her dues by waiting tables.
“It was definitely hard. But nothing positive comes out of being bitter. You just have to keep on working”, Ashley shares with Marie Claire.
For her editorial, after the jump, the ‘Butter‘ starlet rocks daring prints from 3.1 Phillip Lim, Balmain, Roberto Cavalli, Louis Vuitton, Antonio Berardi, Manolo Blahnik, La Perla, Christian Louboutin, Marni, Jimmy Choo, Diane von Furstenberg, Alexander Wang, and Thierry Mugler.
Photographed by Ali Mahdavi, the 43-year-old actress is of course promoting her forthcoming movies ‘Blonde‘, where she will portray the iconic sex symbol. Sporting sexy vintage curls and a painted beauty mark, Naomi completes her transformation by wearing designs by American Apparel, Thierry Mugler, Christian Louboutin and more.
Viola Davis showed that she meant serious business when she stole a win at the Critics’ Choice Awards from Meryl Streep, and a few weeks later infamously did the same at the SAG Awards, delivering a stirring acceptance speech in the process, that included the powerful mantra ‘Dream big and dream fierce’. Now the multiple Tony Award-winning actress has ensured her place as the clear favourite to win ‘Best Actress’ at this year’s Oscars for her heart-wrenching performance in ‘The Help‘, which would make her only the second African-American actress to do so in the 83-year history of the awards.
The 46-year-old celebrates black beauty, with her natural short nappy hair and sensual dark complexion, on the cover of the February issue of the LA Times magazine. Photographed by Ruven Afanador, Viola dons a Marchesa longsleeve high-neck re-embroidered lace dress with organza flower shoulder detail.
Viola discusses with the magazine how it is like to be an actress of colour in Hollywood.
“That really is our plight, especially as women of color. You can have all the training in the world, come from a respectable background and yet never get that big opportunity that breaks you out — Never… You can be in the business for 23 years, which I have been, and suddenly something happens that wakes people up. For me, that was being in a movie [Doubt] with Meryl Streep, Amy Adams and Philip Seymour Hoffman. It makes people realize you’re there. Otherwise you’re that black girl who had a guest or costar role in a TV show here or there”, Viola points out to the LA Times.
Head below for a look at Viola striking some supermodel-worthy poses in her gorgeous editorial.