Category Archives: Featured Article

Georgia Fowler for L’Officiel Poland Fall/Winter 2019


The Australian model graces the latest issue of L’Officiel Poland photographed by Sam Copeland with styling direction by Carlos Mangubat. Hair and makeup by Maki Tanaka and Elias Høve. (source)


Featured Article: Keri Russell for Town & Country December 2019


Keri Russell is the cover star of Town & Country’s latest issue (on newsstands November 27th).

Russell is gearing up for her role as Zori Bliss in the upcoming Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker film in theaters December 20th.

Russell opens up to Town & Country about what she liked about wearing a mask for her Star Wars role, how she balances work and family life with her husband, actor Matthew Rhys, and her three children, along with if she believes she has an expiration date in Hollywood, and more.

On being in a mask for her Star Wars character, Zorri Bliss: “…It was very attractive, the idea of not being the lead. The mask – I felt safe in it. And tough.”

On balancing work and family life: “I see a lot of other people who have great ambition, but I feel as if my life is so full, with little kids. I’m not hungry for a certain type kind of success.”

On being shy in front of the camera: “Being photographed is a skill, and I’m not good at it. I’m a shy person, so it’s embarrassing. And I’m 43 now, so I’m able to say it’s embarrassing to me. It’s weird. I always look bad!”

On if she feels she has an expiration date in Hollywood: “I do think about it. And I feel that [the time dwindling for roles] should sort of be now. But at the same time, I just got an incredible offer to do something. A really, really rich story. Maybe it doesn’t stop.”

On social media: “I know a little bit about Instagram. I like to look at pretty things.” Images courtesy of Town & Country. (source)


Featured Article: Madonna for L’Officiel Italia The Italian Issue


Madonna wears Versace on the cover of L’Officiel Italia The Italian Issue (out November 28th) photographed by Ricardo Gomes with styling direction by Eyob Yohannes. Hair and makeup by Andy LeCompte and Aaron Smith Henrikson. (source)


Featured Article: Kate Hudson for Women’s Health US December 2019


Kate Hudson covers the December 2019 issue of Women’s Health US, on stands November 26th. Inside, she opens up about creating her own business empire, how portion-control helped her lose weight post-baby #3, and how she successfully co-parents with her exes.

On building her business empire, which currently includes two clothing lines; Hail Mary Productions, her film and TV company; and the soon-to-launch spirits brand King St. Vodka:
“Why am I going to endorse something if I can build a business that’s more mindful and more
sustainable? That’s kind of where my head is—building business.”

On being careful not to take on too much:
“If I come in nine-to-five, do all my work, and shut off my phone, I can have a balanced life. I try not to let work spill into time with the kids, dinnertime, and in bed.”

On dropping weight post-baby #3 through stricter eating habits – eating small portions about 5 times a day:
“Unlike with the other two, I didn’t really have time to work out. It took a different kind of discipline. I feel good, energetic, and strong. I feel like myself again.”

On working out 4-times a week, and her favorite exercise, Pilates:
“I love how flexible I get and what it does to the shape of my body. I know I’m at my strongest when I’m doing my Pilates.” Image courtesy of Women’s Health US. (source)


Featured Article: Daisy Ridley for Marie Claire US Holiday 2019


Daisy Ridley is the cover star of Marie Claire US’ Holiday issue, on newsstands November 21st.

Ridley is gearing up to reprise her role as Rey, the flinty heroine and suspected Jedi, in the third film of the Star Wars trilogy: The Rise of Skywalker, in theaters December 20th.

Here for Marie Claire, Ridley shares how she prepared for her final Star Wars film, her rumored engagement to actor Tom Bateman, what her dream performance would be, and how she stays present in the moment.

On giving it her all in the upcoming The Rise of Skywalker: “It’s the first time I’ve filmed more confident because I feel like there was nothing else I could’ve done.”

On her favorite Star Wars film: “The third one for me was the best. It’s a big film for everyone. I did all of the emotions: I did frowns, I did smiles, it was the sort of biggest breadth, and I think that’s also why I had such a good time, because I got to do so much shit—like, physically, emotionally—and I got to work with so many people.”

On her rumored engagement to actor Tom Bateman: “The thing is, I’ve never talked about my personal life. So I won’t talk about it now. I’m so aware of how much information about my life is out there, so if there’s one thing I don’t want to talk about…”

On her dream to perform in a musical one day: “Every meeting I’ve gone to, every studio I’ve been to, every director I’ve met, every producer. Bless J.J., when people come to visit set, he’ll be like, ‘Daisy can sing!’ It’s like, ‘Thanks, dude. Appreciate that.’” Image courtesy of Marie Claire. (source)


Featured Article: Five Covers of L’Officiel Hommes Poland No. 7/8 2019


For the magazine’s latest issue, the fashion publication is presenting five different cover stars photographed by five different photographers:

1. Antoni Porowski photographed by Gregory Vaughan, styling by Kareem James. Grooming by Amy Komorowski.

2. Edmond Eisenberg photographed by Greg Mikrut, styling by Serafin Zielinski. Grooming by Jakiele Cristina.

3. João Knorr photographed by Guillaume Malheiro, styling by Vittoria. Grooming by Ophelie Crommar.

4. Victor Perr photographed by Kevin Larreguy, styling by Mirey Enverova. Casting by William Ihoest.

5. Elliot Meeten photographed by Edwins Freyer, styling by Carlos Mangubat. Hair and makeup by Massimo Di Stefano and Christia Beldraffin. Images courtesy of L’Officiel Hommes Poland. (source)


Featured Article: Eleven Covers of L’Officiel Hommes Italia Issue 23


L’Officiel Hommes Italia presents 11 covers for their latest edition, The Statement Issue. The cover stars are as follows:

1. Maluma in Versace by Alan Gelati, styling by Luca Guarini. Grooming by Gabry Trezzi, art direction Marco Ontano, creative direction Priscilla De Giorgi.

2. Lewis Hamilton in Tommy Hilfiger by Evan Browning, styling by Alicia Sereno. Grooming by Yuko Fredriksson.

3. Maurizio Cattelan in Gucci by Pierpaolo Ferrari.

4. Charlie Puth in Parajumpers and Prada by Ria Brahao, styling by Olga Yanul. Grooming by Claudio Belizario.

5. Alessandro Sartori and Alexis Ohanian in Zegna by Fabrizio Ferri, styling by Julie Ragolia. Grooming by Deborah Brider.

6. Alton Mason in Celine by Billy Kidd, styling by Charles Varenne. Grooming by Brent Lavett. Casting director Edward Kim.

7. Luca Lemaire in Prada by Emma Tempest, styling by Emil Rebek. Hair and makeup by Philippe Tholimet and Neil Young. Casting director Jessica Martinelli.

8. Fernando Albaladejo in Saint Laurent by Marianna Sanvito, styling by Raffael Lacampeggi. Hair and makeup by Massimo Gamba and Arianna Campa.

9. Tommaso Bellini in Les Hommes by Julian Hargreaves, styling by Fabrizio Finizza. Hair and makeup by Claudio Furini and Carolina Antonini, manicurist Roberta Rodi. Casting director Laura Motta.

10.Francisco Lachowski and Marlon Teixeira in Dior by Nicolas Wagner, styling by Gaultier Desandre Navarre. Grooming by Laurie Zanoletti. Executive producer and casting director Gabriel Rey.

11.Uta in Comme des Garçons by Chikashi Suzuki, styling by Kawasaki Takafumi. Grooming by Amano. Images courtesy of L’Officiel Hommes Italia. (source)


Featured Article: Laura Dern for Town & Country November 2019


Laura Dern is the cover star of Town & Country’s November issue, on newsstands October 29th.

Dern is gearing up for two highly anticipated film premiere’s later this year – Marriage Story (in theaters Dec 6th) and Little Women (in theaters Dec 29th). Here for Town & Country, the Academy-Award nominated actress gets candid about the shifts toward fully-realized roles for women in Hollywood post-#MeToo, what she loves about her character, Nora, in a Marriage Story, and her process behind choosing roles to play. Plus, Big Little Lies co-star Reese Witherspoon shares what she and Dern first bonded over.

On her character, Nora, in her upcoming film Marriage Story:Nora is the turning of the screw in this piece in that they might have done it very differently if not for this one character.”

On what the characters she chooses to play each share: “I’ve always been drawn to characters that not only haven’t found their voice, they don’t know they’re entitled to one. That’s been a real theme to the women that I have fallen in love with.”

On the shift she’s noticed toward fully-realized roles for women in Hollywood post-#MeToo: “I’m being offered things that are very true about a woman’s sexuality. Even a decade ago when they might have thought, ‘But she’s a 50-year old actress – and cast a 27-year-old.’ [Now] there’s consideration for character and truth, and, I think, less fear.”

Reese Witherspoon on the Southern tradition her and Dern’s mother instilled in them: “They made us say please and thank you, yes ma’am, no sir, write thank-you notes, and always have a story to tell at any dinner party.” Images courtesy of Tom Schirmacher for Town & Country. (source)


Featured Article: Coco Rocha for Grazia Australia Issue 6


Coco Rocha graces Grazia Australia‘s The Reinvention Issue photographed by Jeremy Choh with styling by Aleksandra Markovic. Hair and makeup by Errol Karadag and Elsa Morgan. Creative direction by Dane Stojanovic. Casting by Jean Jarvis and Devon Jarvis. (source)


Featured Article: Lucy Boynton for Harper’s Bazaar Malaysia October 2019


The cover is shot by Lara Jade. (source)


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