Birgit Kos stars in the latest ad campaign images of Blumarine captured by Luigi & Iango with hair and makeup by Luigi Murenu and Erin Parsons. (source)
Alasdair McLellan shot the cover. (source)
Jennifer Lopez wears Gucci and Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello on the February covers of Harper’s Bazaar US photographed by Camilla Akrans with styling by Patrick Mackie. Hair and makeup by Lorenzo Martin and Scott Barnes.
On getting herself ready for her current relationship: “For me, the relationship journey has been very up and down. But it didn’t have to do with anybody else but me—it was about me figuring out me. Until you learn to love yourself, you can’t completely love [someone else] in a way that is pure and true. Once you do that, you can have relationships that are based on love and respect, that are supportive and nourishing. There’s an evolution there that had to happen for me. I feel like I’m in a better place now.”
On struggling with the constant pressure and unwanted scrutiny of living life in the public eye: “You’re trying to do your best and people are putting you down, or trying to make believe you’re not a nice person, or you’re a diva. I’m always like, ‘Who are you talking about?’”
On the power of believing in yourself and pushing past bias: “From early on in my career, I felt like people wanted to put me in a box. You will play these sorts of roles, do this type of thing. Or you will only act. You cannot sing and act at the same time. I felt very confined by that because I knew I was going to do different things. I was at least going to try!”
On her 10-year-old daughter, Emme: “I don’t know if she’ll follow in my footsteps, but she definitely has the genes. She’s a natural. Some people, you put them out there and you can just tell. She’s a little me.” Images courtesy of Harper’s BAZAAR. (source)
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Ashley Graham stars on ELLE’s February covers (out on Jan 22nd) and opens up about everything from her journey as a model to her relationship with her husband, and much more.
On having kids: “For me, being a wife and being a woman, happiness doesn’t equate to having kids. Kids will come when they come. Happiness right now, is building with my husband and building my business.”
On talking to her peers about the deals they were making: “You can’t talk about how much money you’re making, what jobs you’ve gotten, or what you’re building. It’s always been very hush-hush and competitive. Then one day, a bunch of my friends and I started talking, and we were like, ‘Oh snap, that’s [how much you make]?’ You empower each other.”
On her and her husband waiting to consummate their relationship until after marriage: “Something that it did for us was build up our friendship, and it also built up our trust and communication. Of course we were sexually attracted to each other; we would make out heavily. All those things were there. I wasn’t worried about, What’s sex gonna be like with him? It was more, Do I trust him? Is he someone I want to be with for the rest of my life?” Images courtesy of ELLE. (source)
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The covers are shot by Robbie Fimmano. (source)
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Anne Hathaway is the cover star of Town & Country magazine’s February issue (on newsstands Jan 15th).
Hathaway gets candid with T&C (cover images shot by Francesco Carrozzini) where she opens up about Hollywood’s school of hard knocks, why she’s grateful for Instagram, and how she sets her anxiety on fire (literally).
On how Instagram has helped her: “Having the ability to do something on my own terms has been good for me. It has allowed me to calm down and communicate in a way that’s more clear.”
On her gratitude for acting roles: “A part of me just has to be aware that whatever it’s asking me of me, I’m incredibly lucky to be the one who’s being asked.”
On drawing strength from female friends and fellow actresses: “You just believe that more is possible. You’re a little bit braver and you want to dig a little bit deeper, you know?”
On fighting for causes such as intersectionality and anti-racism efforts: “A huge part of doing the work, particularly as a white woman, is listening and hearing and valuing the voices of people whose voices are not allowed to be raised up as much as yours.”
On how she manages stress: “Set a timer on your phone, have a candle nearby, and write it all down. You spew it out. You do not read it. The timer goes off, you tear it out of the book, and you light it on fire. All of this energy, this angst, this rage – everything is smoke.” Images courtesy of Town & Country. (source)
The covers are shot by Paola Kudacki. The casts in the second cover version are Leomie Anderson, Damson Idris, Dina Asher-Smith, Wilfred Zaha, Temi Mwale, Tiana Major9, Yrsa Daley-Ward and Joshua Buatsi. (source)
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