Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Claire Danes graces the the September Fall 2009 fashion issue of Blackbook Magazine, modeling the current ’80s revival in high fashion.

The shoot was inspired by the ‘Greed Decade’ and displays the actress’ inner sexiness, a side of her we don’t see too often.

In her interview Claire talks about her upcoming wedding to Hugh Dancy to be held in France and her upcoming film projects.

Claire is set to star in the Richard Linklater directed movie “Me and Orson Welles” which also stars Zac Efron.

On Narciso Rodriguez designing her wedding dress: “I’ve known Narciso since I was 16, and he’s made a lot of dresses with and for me. So it’s really special that this time it’s the dress.”

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on October 1st, 2009 In: BlackBook, Claire Danes, Magazines, Runway To Editorial

What’s not to love about Amy Adams? She’s smart, funny, intelligent, talented and beautiful.

She earned her second Oscar nomination this year for her role as a naive young nun alongside Meryl Streep in Doubt, but in her interview with BlackBook the actress, says she’s most excited about new roles that will allow film audiences to see another side of her acting talent.

She’ll play Amelia Earhart in Night At The Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian.

“Tight jodhpurs,” Amy laughs. “It’s going to be an Amy Adams butt show. I was like, ‘That’s a lot of information.’ I’m not known for showing my ass on camera, but there it is.”

The movie opens in May.

Amy also stars alongside Emily Blunt in the critically-acclaimed Sundance hit Sunshine Cleaning.

“We went a couple of different ways with my character, Rose. One was the ‘mom jeans’ way, and then there was the pseudo-prostitute version.”

On her goodie-two-shoes image: “I misbehave. I just do it in private”.






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