The campaign with Adut Akech is shot by Tyrone Lebon. (source)
Gabrielle Union wears Bottega Veneta dress and Tiffany & Co. jewelry on the March cover of Elle Canada art directed by Jed Tallo. Photography by Nino Muñoz with styling by Sarah Schussheim. Hair and makeup by Larry Sims and Fiona Stiles, nails by Steph Stone. (source)
This Is Us star Mandy Moore wears Bottega Veneta dress, Ariel Gordon necklace and Oscar De La Renta earrings on the March 2018 cover of Cosmopolitan US, shot and styled by Eric Ray Davidson and Aya Kanai respectively.
On This Is Us: “Before I got the part, I was making massive changes in my personal life and was looking to echo that in my work. I was waiting for something different that would allow me to dig deep. I knew I was capable, but I couldn’t get any momentum, and I had just been crushed by three failed pilot seasons. When I read the script for This Is Us, I told my agent, “I will do absolutely anything to be a part of this.””
How she’d describe her This Is Us co-stars in one word:
· Milo Ventimiglia: Boundless (+ just the greatest in every way)
· Chrissy Metz: Spectacular (one of the funniest / crazy talented)
· Sterling K. Brown: Majestic (brilliant doesn’t even cover it)
· Justin Hartley: Magnificent (+ tall + utterly handsome). (source)
The Crown star Claire Foy wears Bottega Veneta dress and Van Cleef & Arpels ear clips on the October cover of Town & Country photographed by Matthew Brookes with styling by Nicoletta Santoro.
On playing Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown and the idea of Her Majesty watching the show: “I would hate the idea of her watching it. When you’re playing a real person, you never want to be ghoulish. I don’t want to pick apart a person. I want to invent someone. So I would hate for her to watch it and think I overdramatized anything.”
On her rise to fame: “I’ve never been a particularly ambitious actor. I was eager to do great things, but I never was like, ‘What I have to do is become massive.’ I just thought, maybe I’ll do a job here and there, and that I’ll be nice and I’ll move on to a different stage of my life.”
On her experience at the Golden Globes: “The Golden Globes were really weird—absolutely amazing, but strange, because suddenly, without me knowing, while I’ve been busy working, people felt like I belonged in that room. And I’d be like, ‘No, you don’t understand. I haven’t changed, it’s still just me.’ There was definitely a moment after the awards where I needed to be alone in a dark room to try to understand what’s happening. I never got that moment. I got a martini and cracked on.”
On her upcoming departure from The Crown (the show plans to change its cast every two seasons to depict the royal family at different points in time): “I’m in massive denial. I don’t feel like it’s over. I’m waiting for it to hit me at some point that this stage of my life is finished, but it hasn’t happened yet.” (source)