08.04.11

Jessica Alba For Vogue Italia April 2011

Jessica Alba sports a bobbed wig and channels her inner dominatrix in vampy editorial for Vogue Italia April 2011.

I love that she’s stepped so very far out of her comfort for this shoot which was captured by Michelangelo Di Battista.

With intense eyebrows, a lace butterfly mask and black lipstick the actress poses with vintage cars wearing sexy pieces from Lanvin, Chanel, Moschino, Jean Paul Gaultier and Dolce & Gabbana plus a colourful Prada fur stole was added to the mix.

On going naked for a role: “I am basically conservative, and this is due to the education I received from my parents. I know how this market works and I am prepared to play along. But to go naked does not interest me at all”.

On her body: “After the pregnancy, I felt liberated. I learnt how to accept my body and I give less importance to my appearance.”

Credit: Vogue Italia

In Blake Lively's Closet - Carven Open-Front Dress

In Blake Lively’s Closet – Carven Open-Front Dress

In Carina Lau's Closet - Valentino Ruffled Gown

In Carina Lau’s Closet – Valentino Ruffled Gown

7 Responses to Jessica Alba For Vogue Italia April 2011

  1. mm April 8, 2011 at 17:16 #

    Very impressed. Love this editorial!!

  2. GagaFashion April 8, 2011 at 17:55 #

    One of her best editorials to date IMO. Maybe she should work more as a model rather than actress. Just sayin.

  3. Sophia April 8, 2011 at 18:45 #

    Perfection! Enough said. :-)

  4. peter April 8, 2011 at 19:02 #

    stunning !

  5. Hannah April 8, 2011 at 20:17 #

    I laughed so much at the whole ‘I learned how to accept my body,’ ,f rankly it doesn;t seem like it would be too difficult to accept ehr body. I do love this editorial, it’s definitely no tthe best look for her, nor her best editorial in terms of beauty, but Italian Vogue just makes people looks so not boring and idfferent to other magazines.

    • Clover April 11, 2011 at 00:47 #

      I often wonder how it would feel though, to be one of these actresses who always get photoshopped in their pics. It must be so hard to live up to in real life.

  6. Emi April 9, 2011 at 09:13 #

    I’m looking forward to receive my copy. Vogue and L’Uomo Vogue make the best editorials. Hannah is right, I’ve never seen a boring editorial, they always picture people in interesting ways.

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