Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Mia Wasikowska covers Harper’s Bazaar Australia for their August 2011 issue.

The Australian actress looks so ethereal in her Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 gown.

Her look in perfectly fitting for her new movie, “Jane Eyre” which is due to hit theatres in September.

Let’s hope this promo tour consists of colours other than just nude; which appears to be her favourite red carpet colour at the moment.

The rest of Mia’s editorial sees her wearing Tom Ford, Emilio Pucci, Rodarte, Chanel and Comme des Garçons.

The issue goes on sale Monday.

Credit: Style.com & Twitter/bazaaraustralia

Anne Hathaway graces the August 2011 cover Harper’s Bazaar US wearing a stunning Gucci Fall 2011 gown which we are yet to see on the red carpet, or on Florence Welch.

For the subscribers issue Alexi Lubomirski also captures the brunette beauty wearing Miu Miu.

The rest of her editorial sees her wearing MaxMara, Chanel, Prada and Alexander McQueen.

The actress is due to start promoting her new movie, “One Day” very soon. Let hope she’s on the same amazing form as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

In her interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Anne talks about everything from hosting Oscars, her boyfriend Adam Shulman and her love of fashion.

Here are some extracts from her interview and her rest of her editorial.

On fashion: “I feel like the luckiest girl in the world when I get to wear all these glamorous clothes. I’ve become a lot more specific about what I love and why I’m doing it.” Read more…

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Emily Blunt looks breath-taking on the January 2011 cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK wearing an electric blue embroidered silk dress by Tom Ford.

The rest of her editorial which was shot by Paola Kudacki sees her wearing more Spring 2011 looks including a two tone Gucci dress, an orange Haider Ackermann dress, a tangerine YSL jumpsuit and another dress by Tom Ford.

The full feature appears in the January issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK which is on sale December 6, but here are some extracts from her interview.

On adjusting to fame: “I used to look like a deer in headlights on the red carpet. You step out of the car and it’s bedlam. Everyone’s got crazy eyes. Now, I have a martini before I leave – just to take the edge off it.” Read more…

No one will be surprised to see Jennifer Aniston on a September cover.

I’m not exactly sure what her count is, but it wouldn’t surprise me if we are now in double figures.

The actress graces 2 covers of the Harper’s Bazaar US September 2010 issue (left is the subscribers cover).

If your first thought was Barbara Streisand is on the cover of the black and white picture you’d be half right, as Jennifer’s editorial was inspired by the iconic actress.

What I obviously love about this editorial is that Jennifer is waaaayy out of her comfort-zone.

Congrats to the Harper’s Bazaar team and photographer Mark Seliger for daring to show us a different side to Jennifer.

From the hair, to the clothes and overall styling I love everything about this editorial, because if I’d seen one picture of Jen with her flowing hair on a beach I would’ve lost it.

On the black and white cover she wears Derek Lam, but the rest of her editorial she’s playful in Giambattista Valli, dainty in Dior, sultry in Donna Karan and golden in Gianfranco Ferré.

You can read her whole interview at harpersbazaar.com.

Here are some extracts:

On what she’s learned from Barbra Streisand: “You don’t have to stop at one thing. You can do it all if you want to.” Read more…

Marion Cotillard smolders wearing Lanvin on the cover of the August 2010 edition of Harper’s Bazaar UK.

In her 5 page editorial which was shot by Cedric Buchet, Marion exudes effortless chic wearing Dior, Lanvin and Dolce & Gabbana.

The Dior muse and French film star talks about her thrilling new film, working with Leonardo DiCaprio in “Inception” as his love interest, the power of dreams and facing her fears.

Here are some extracts from her interview. You can read the full interview in the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar which is on sale Monday July 5.

On DiCaprio: “It’s funny because all the movies I’ve seen of DiCaprio, I felt something very close. I’ve always known that I one day would work with him. I relate to him, to his way of acting and his way of working.” Read more…




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