Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Emma Stone’s new film ‘Gangster Squad’ was pushed back four months to January 11th 2013, but the actress still graces the cover of Interview Magazine’s September 2012 issue.

She looks edgier than we’ve ever seen her before, sporting a futuristic look wearing a tribal Chanel necklace and Eddie Borgo earrings with a slicked-back quiffed ‘do and dramatic makeup on the cover shot by Mikael Jansson.

The rest of the 80s-inspired editorial sees her wearing Balenciaga, YSL, Lanvin, Christopher Kane, Haider Ackermann and Versace.

She talks to the magazine about suffering heartbreak, her hunky co-star Ryan Gosling and the increase in paparazzi following her since ‘Spider-Man’.

You can read more at InterviewMagazine.com or check out the extracts below:

On heartbreak: “Like, within the hour. I remember being on the floor… I have never felt anything quite like that. It was so visceral. It’s like someone has killed you and you have to live through it and watch it happen… It was awful.” Read more…

Freida Pinto is almost unrecognizable both on the cover and for her editorial in Interview magazine’s August 2011 issue.

She was captured by Mert & Marcus oozes sexiness wearing Stella McCartney, Versace and Christopher Kane.

The Indian beauty talks about her career, what she takes away from a film, her family, and falling for her ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ co-star, Dev Patel.

You can read the whole interview with Tim Blanks at InterviewMagazine.com.

Here are some extracts:

On having to audition a lot before Slumdog Millionaire: “Yes, I did. And I was rejected at almost every one of them. [laughs] One person said, ‘She doesn’t look too Indian.’”

On calling it Bombay and not Mumbai like everybody else: “God, I get that all the time. I’m just so used to calling it Bombay. I know everything has changed. It’s India’s way of trying to brush off colonialism and make it what it originally was, but unfortunately for me I called it Bombay for 16 years, and I think that’s a long time in a 26-year-old’s life to automatically start calling it Mumbai. It’s very confusing for a lot of people. My agent thought Bombay and Mumbai were two different places. And I was like, “No, it’s the same thing.”” Read more…

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I still find it so hard to believe that actress Elle Fanning is only 12 years old.

The youngster appears in the latest edition of Interview magazine looking angelic wearing Valentino, Chanel, Marc Jacobs and 3.1 Phillip Lim.

The black and white images were captured by Steven Pan.

I love her editorial. The pictures are so beautiful and clean and I love how they don’t make Elle look too grown up.

Her beauty and innocence translates well in these pictures.

Here are some extracts from her interview:

On already working with so many great people: “It’s amazing that I get to meet all these people. I’ve learned so much from all of them. I just worked with Sofia Coppola and that was amazing. I learned so much from her. I can’t even describe how much fun I had.”

On fashion: “I love fashion! I love clothes! I really like vintage clothes, so in my closet there’s a lot of ’50s stuff. I go to the stores and shop around.”

On her favouite designers: “I wore the Marc Jacobs dress, so I love Marc Jacobs. He has a vintage flair. But I’ve always worn a lot of vintage stuff, so it hasn’t been a lot of
designers. If I see something that I like, I just buy it.” Read more…

Rihanna looks pretty hot on the cover of Interview Magazine’s December 2010 issue which was shot by Mikael Jansson.

Her editorial wasn’t a crazy as I imagined.

We see Rihanna wearing Lanvin, Valentino, Miu Miu and Chanel’s Spring 2011 feathered dress.

The singer was interviewed by label mate and friend Kanye West, who needs to brush up on his ridiculous interview questions.

Here are some extracts from their interview:

Kanye: How does it feel to know that you could have any man in the world? Or woman? How does it feel to know that you can turn straight women gay?

Rihanna: Is that a real question?

Kanye: Yeah.

Rihanna: Well … Thank you. I don’t know how to feel about that. I guess that’s flattering. Read more…

There are many of you who are wishing to see another side to sexy Blake Lively.

Well you may be disappointed with her Interview September 2010 magazine editorial, because she plays up to her sexy image once again.

I personally love this editorial which was shot by Craig McDean who captures Blake as she poses provocatively in an interrogation room.

It’s sexy, but in a grown up way none cheesy way.

In the good girl gone bad editorial titled “Hot, Young, And Out Of Control” we see Blake wearing Donna Karan and Giorgio Armani jackets, paired with Nicole Miller, Calvin Klein, and Moschino blouses and sexy Altuzarra, Burberry and Longchamp skirts which show plenty of thigh.

Blake’s interview was conducted by Ben Affleck when she was in Paris filming “Gossip Girl”.

Why? No doubt because Ben directed and stars with Blake in their upcoming heist thriller “The Town”.

In the Interview, he remarks on how comfortable she seemed on set, even while filming a sex scene with him on the very first day of shooting.

Here are some extracts from their interview:

On Ben’s lack of being fashionable: “Well, people like you make me fashionable, because if there is no wrong there can be no right.” Read more…

Marion Cotillard is the August 2010 cover star for ‘Interview’ magazine.

Her interview was conducted by her ‘Nine’ costar Nicole Kidman. They discuss Congo and Marion’s life as a jet-set actress and environmentalist.

Mikarl Jansson shot Marion who looks like a goddess wearing sultry ensembles by Christian Dior, Giles, Alberta Ferretti and Nina Ricci.

For some reason she’s in various states of undress and doesn’t wear any pants in her entire editorial, yet the mood is not sleazy.

It hits the perfect balance between being exposed and being clothed.

Here are some extracts from her interview with Nicole. You can read more at InterviewMagazine.com

On being an environmentalist and a jetset actress: “It’s a paradox to be an actress, living in the city, taking planes all the time, trying to find the right balance in this life, which is not so eco-friendly, and still try to respect the environment.” Read more…




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