UPDATED APRIL 12TH 2018: Added two new covers. (source)
Txema Yeste photographed the cover. (source)
Click here to view last year cover featuring Kris Grikaite, here to view 2016 cover featuring Karlie Kloss, here to view 2015 cover featuring Emily DiDonato, here to view 2014 cover featuring Catherine McNeil, here to view 2013 cover featuring Natasha Poly, here to view 2012 cover featuring Maryna Linchuk, here for 2011 cover also with Anabela Belikova, and here for 2010 cover with Anabela Belikova.
Mario Sorrenti shot the cover. (source)
Annie Leibovitz photographed the cover. (source)
Click here to view last year cover featuring Katy Perry, here to view 2016 cover featuring Taylor Swift, here to view 2015 cover featuring Carey Mulligan, here to view 2014 cover featuring Emma Stone, here to view 2013 cover featuring Carey Mulligan, here to view 2012 cover featuring Scarlett Johansson, here for 2011 cover with Reese Witherspoon, and here for 2010 cover with Sarah Jessica Parker.
In the May issue of Redbook magazine, on newsstands April 17, cover star Bryce Dallas Howard (photographed by Yu Tsai), talks about swapping her infamous heels for boots in her upcoming film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the ‘astronomically different’ pay between male and female celebs and how even her dad Ron Howard was shocked by it, and being inspired by #TimesUp, to ask for what she’s worth.
On swapping her infamous heels for boots in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom: “The first film for me was so much more challenging, but I didn’t realize it until I had boots on! Claire’s a girl who can totally sprint in heels, but maximum effort in boots is much easier.” As for herself, Bryce says, “I can do it, but do I want to?”
On the ‘astronomically different’ pay between male and female celebs and how even her dad Ron Howard was shocked: “I’m not a spender. I live in a three-bedroom house— in fact, we just downsized. I know that we’re privileged; we don’t have to worry about paying our rent or our medical bills. But I wish people knew that this is what the life of most successful female celebrities is. What we get paid is totally, completely, astronomically different than what male celebrities get paid. And for women of color, it’s a hundred times worse. Even my dad [Director Ron Howard] has been shocked at how expensive it is to be a woman in the industry. You’re told that it’s important to have a manager as well as an agent, and for a guy that’s not as important. That’s 20% out of your paycheck rather than 10%.”
On being inspired by #TimesUp, and asking for what she’s worth: “I’ve been [wimpy] about it in the past. I didn’t want people to think I wasn’t grateful for opportunities. I also get scared off by every threat during a negotiation. They’ll say, ‘We’ll just have to find someone else,’ and I back off. You can’t do that.”
Styling by Yashua Simmons, hair and makeup by Mark Townsend and Kara Yoshimoto Bua. Manicurist Whitney Gibson. (source)