The cover is shot by Yorgos Lanthimos. (source)
The cover is shot by Yorgos Lanthimos. (source)
The cover stars are Rachel Weisz, Nick Cave, Shigeru Ban, and Nicolas Ghesquiere. (source)
The cover is shot by Chris Colls. (source)
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The cover is shot by Matthew Sprout. (source)
They’re back… and so is the binge-able drama that defined the early aughts—both in fiction (The O.C.) and “reality” (The Hills, Laguna Beach). Back then, Mischa Barton, Whitney Port, Heidi Montag, and Audrina Patridge launched a different kind of celebrity: one who looked like us, talked like us and cried like us. But that was 15 years ago. Times have changed, and so have they. The four are now getting ready to promote The Hills’ long-awaited reboot, a sequel of sorts called The Hills: New Beginnings. The series (returning this summer on MTV) includes this crew and other memorable faces from the previous franchises, like Brody Jenner, Stephanie Pratt, Frankie Delgado, Justin (Bobby) Brescia, and Jason Wahler.
Heidi Pratt on whether The Hills was “real” or not: “Toward the end of The Hills, Spencer and I had a lot of scripted fights and things like that.”
Heidi on her infamous falling out with LC: “Sometimes things happen that will change how you feel about people, and sometimes it’s very permanent. I thought with Lauren and me, we would’ve been friends again.”
Mischa Barton on her decision to join a reality show: “It’s weird because I remember going out with Nicole Richie and people at the time, and we would come by set when they were filming The Hills. She would drag me to the producer van to see what you guys had been up to all day. All these years later…it sounds corny, but it felt like this was supposed to happen.”
The ladies on the challenges of finding nannies who aren’t familiar with The Hills:
Audrina: “I met with a nanny last week… She’s so young, and she was there while we were filming, listening, asking a million questions. She’s a Hills fan too, I guess.”
Whitney: “Maybe you should rethink hiring her then. I have a nanny who’s close to 70. I took a picture of something randomly and she was like, ‘Will that go on social media?’”
Mischa: “If she was a fan of The Hills, it might not be the best.” Images courtesy of COSMOPOLITAN. (source)
UPDATED MARCH 05TH 2019: Added new covers with Karl Lagerfeld and Amber Valletta. (source)
The cover is shot by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott. (source)
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Diane von Fürstenberg and her granddaughter Talita von Fürstenberg are the cover stars of Town & Country’s March 2019 issue, on newsstands February 12th.
The two von Fürstenberg’s are coming together for T&C in anticipation of Talita’s first collection for the DVF brand called TVF for DVF, due out later this Spring. Inside the cover story, DVF opens up on being fearless, aging, and her next act which is to become an oracle. Talita gives readers a hint of what to expect from her debut collection plus shares how her life varies between NYC and being a student at Georgetown University.
This March 2019 cover marks DVF’s second Town & Country cover – her first in March 1972 with then-husband Prince Egon von Fürstenberg.
DVF on her next act: “I’ve been a designer, a success, a failure. I’ve seen it all. And now I want to use my power, my experiences, my knowledge, and my connections to help women all over the world become who they want to be. I want to be an oracle.”
Talita on her approach to her new fashion line, ‘TVF for DVF’: “I look at it this way. Your mom wore DVF, and maybe your grandmother wore DVF, but now I can bring something a little more fresh and youthful.”
DVF on how she was taught to be fearless as a child: “If I was afraid of the dark, she [her mother] would lock me in a dark closet and wait outside so I would learn there was nothing to be afraid of.”
Talita on family nicknames: “I call her DVF. She calls me TVF. It’s a family thing.”
DVF on aging: “I think of aging as an acquisition, not a loss.”
Talita on life as a student at Georgetown University compared to NYC: “I only wear sweatpants. I don’t think my friends have seen me in anything structured as blue jeans. …If you see me at school, it’s very different from how I am when I’m in New York. It’s as if I lead a double life.”
On how DVF describes her fashion brand: “It’s the friend in the closet.” Image courtesy of Town & Country. (source)