Leighton Meester, Zoe Saldana & Amanda Seyfriend For Glamour US April 2010

Glamour US has 3 sexy starlets on their April 2010 cover.

The issue titled “Most Glam” sees a glowing Leighton Meester wearing an asymmetrical Blugirl Spring 2010 blue dress, Zoe Saldana dazzling in Dsquared² and Amanda Seyfried shimmering in Jasper Conran.

All look so fabulous I wouldn’t know which to buy.

Here are some extracts from their interview:

“Most Stylish” Leighton on marriage: “If [marriage] was important to somebody I loved, maybe I’d think about it, but I don’t think that I’m the type. It’s not for me. I wouldn’t mind living together. [But] eventually I’ll have to get a separate house for my shoes!”

“Most Elegant” Zoe on her life: “I want to have more sex, travel more, drink more wine and love life… Don’t want to be any other woman but myself.”

“Most Down-to-Earth” Amanda on staying grounded: “There’s something empty about having your own VIP booth, and people staring at you, drinking and dancing—to get what?.. Maybe people [in Hollywood] wear really nice clothes, and they drive really nice cars—but that doesn’t make me comfortable. And if I’m not comfortable, it won’t be part of my life.”

You can read more about the cover stars over at Glamour.com.

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Victoria Beckham For Glamour US March 2010

Victoria Beckham looks more relaxed than ever in her editorial for the March 2010 edition of Glamour US magazine.

The fashion designer shuns her own collection on the cover to wear a Wildfox “87” Tee and jeans whilst using a cute puppy as a scarf.

Victoria claims she is a normal mum as she tries to showed us her softer side.

In her editorial she of course wears a dress from her own Spring 2010 collection, as well as Dolce & Gabbana (my fave), Marchesa, Moschino Cheap & Chic, Burberry Prorsum and Sonia Rykiel.

Here are some extracts from her interview:

On her home life in LA: “I travel a fair amount, and when I’m here in L.A., everything revolves around the kids. So if I’m not working, I go to the school and help serve lunches to the children. They just love that. It’s like, Oh, there’s Mummy serving me! The other day I was there, I was reading to Cruz’s class. All the little girls were saying, “We really like your dress.” And it was quite cute because I don’t have a girl.”

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Cheryl Cole For Glamour UK February 2010

It seems that everyone (including me) is in love with Mrs Cole.

She has gone from pop star to a WAG to X Factor judge winner to everyone’s favourite fashionista.

Her wardrobe during the recent X Factor shows was near flawless, so we’re glad Glamour UK have helped with our withdrawal symptoms by putting her on their February 2010 cover.

She looks stunning Christian Dior Spring 2010 corseted dress, plus her trademark big hair – no doubt this shoot was done before her big chop.

She talks about her husband Ashley Cole – who cheated on her last year – being labeled a fashionista and her feud with Lily Allen.

Here are some extracts from her interview.

On her husband Ashley: “Ashley is totally the opposite of how he is perceived. People have this idea that he is flash, ignorant and disloyal – the ugliest traits a husband could have. But he’s not. He’s never rude, he’s never aggressive and will go out of his way to make other people happy. He’s shy and he’s cute, but there is no way of proving that to people.”

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Leighton Meester For Glamour UK December 2009

Gossip Girl actress Leighton Meester appears on the December 2009 cover of Glamour UK.

The star gives off a 60s vibe on the cover – shot by Robert Erdmann – which sees her sport big hair plus an animal print coat.

The rest of her editorial is not particularly exciting as we see her wearing D&G and the same Matthew Williamson zigzag dress we saw on Kelly Brook recently.

In her interview she talks about how her past relationships have inspired her music, how she wishes her Gossip Girl character Blair Waldorf would let loose and how she wasn’t born behind bars.

Here are some extracts from her interview.

On her work: “I’m proud of the work that I’ve done. I don’t care what people label me as. If they want to say I’m an actress, and I should never sing, that’s fine. If they know me for my music, because they don’t watch my show or my movies, that’s fine, too. I’m doing what I want with my life. I just do…me”.

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Jessica Simpson For Glamour US September 2009

Jessica Simpson graces the cover of Glamour US September 2009 wearing a Gucci Fall 2009 ombré spotted pattern silver and black embroidered spencer jacket which we first saw on Sienna Miller at the GI Joe Japan premiere.

This is her first cover since Tony Romo broke up with her on the eve of her 29th birthday. The interview took place before the breakup, were she discussed her relationship, her weight and her new VH1 reality series, ‘The Price of Beauty.’

On relationships: “I don’t regret anything I’ve gone through…. I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that my life, as it is now, doesn’t change. I’m very happy and comfortable—it’s a great place to be in. If this article comes out and we’re not together, I’d still love [Tony], and he’d still be a huge part of who I am today.”

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Glamour’s American Icons


Glamour US magazine is celebrating over 70 years of female American Icons, with a host of celebrities including Camilla Belle, Rumer Willis, America Ferrera, Chanel Iman, Hayden Panettiere and Alicia Keys.

Each one takes on a risk taker, rule breaker or a style maker.

Emma Roberts had the honour of representing Audrey Hepburn. In Emma’s shoot she wore a gorgeous voluminous Giambattista Valli Spring 2009 dress/coat.

The look is minus the ivory bows from the runway, which I think works better.

Emma said of Audrey, “She was so simply beautiful. And she loved charity work, something even more beautiful about her.”


Spencer Grammer and Rumer Willis were representing The Women of Woodstock. They both wore pieces from the Roberto Cavalli Spring 2009 collection, which had many hippy inspired pieces, so worked with the Woodstock theme.

“It’s an era that was so important because it was very much about natural beauty.” said Rumer Willis.

To see many other celebrities representing American Icons go to Glamour Magazine.

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Eva Longoria For Glamour US February 2009

Eva Longoria graces the cover of Glamour US February 2009 edition, with her cropped hair do, despite recently returning to her longer locks.

The Desperate Housewives star opens up to Glamour about her relationship with hubby, Tony Parker and her weight gain for Desperate Housewives.

On the relationship with her husband: “Tony [Parker]and I would love to be together forever. But the only way you get to forever is one day at a time.”

On the appearance of recent weight gain for Desperate Housewives: “I’m wearing a fat suit! It’s suffocating. Unfortunately, we live our life in public, so any weight gain or pimple is a national story. I don’t get this obsessions with weight. It’s not only Hollywood; it’s our society.”

On who is the “flower” and who is the “gardener” in her marriage: “I’m the gardener. I definitely nurture. [My husband] is the flower. But there are times when Tony takes care of me—in an emotional sense, like, OK, let me take the reins on this one. But I love to take care of him. I’m really a very fifties housewife.”

You can read the whole interview at Glamour.com and the magazine hits newstands on January, 6.




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