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Jennifer Aniston & Gerard Butler For W Magazine April 2010

Jennifer Aniston looks very sexy as she gets close to Gerard Butler on the cover of W Magazine’s April 2010 issue, which must mean she has a movie to promote – “The Bounty Hunter”.

The spread was shot at a ranch outside LA by Steven Klein, he who shot Brad and Angelina’s infamous ‘domestic bliss’ editorial for the magazine in 2005.

This one is titled “Speed Trap” which sees Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler role playing in the searing heat of the California desert where damsels aren’t always in distress and lawmen sometimes break the rules.

Jen does look gorgeous wearing an Alberta Ferretti Spring 2010 silk chiffon dress paired with a Carine Gilson Lingerie Couture bra, Stella McCartney’s garters and Lanvin shoes.

See more of Jen and Gerard’s photo shoot at WMagazine.com, and you can read the Editor’s blog which gives an insight into the inspiration behind the shoot.

Credit: Style.com & Steven Klein for W Magazine

Rihanna For W Magazine February 2010

Wearing the same Gucci Spring 2010 white cut-out dress which Jennifer Lopez wore to the AMA’s, Rihanna looks gorgeous on the cover of W’s February 2010 edition.

The rest of her editorial sees her wearing Michael Kors, Prada and Christian Dior.

Obviously the subject her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown comes up in the interview which she answers honestly. Plus she talks about her new album, having to mature at an early age and SNL’s comedy skit on domestic violence.

You can read the whole interview at WMagazine.com, but below are a few extracts.

On the tone of Rated R: “This was a different type of record for me. . . . It was really personal; it was from me in the most authentic way. It’s like a movie in that when I was making this album, every day I was in a different mood. Sometimes I was p*ssed off, sometimes I was miserable, and every song brings out a different story.!”

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Jennifer Garner For W Magazine January 2010

Jennifer Garner graces the January 2010 edition of W Magazine wearing an orange Christian Dior Spring 2010 off-the-shoulder gown.

Unlike the drama from Demi Moore’s cover, I think it’s safe to say this is Jennifer’s body.

This is the first photo shoot for the 37 year old actress since having had her second baby Seraphina a year ago, as Jennifer wanted to sensible lose her baby weight.
She looks slim again and stylish, too.

In her editorial below Jen wears a classic Chanel suit, a fashion-forward Lanvin jumpsuit plus super-chic jewels.

In the interview for W magazine Jennifer reveals a lot about her family life and work.

On deciding to have kids with Ben: “We were together a year, and we just started breeding. We were like, ‘Let’s have a baby!’ And eight days later . . . ”

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Ginnifer Goodwin For W Magazine June 2009

Ginnifer Goodwin graces the cover of the June 2009 edition of W magazine, in a racy editorial aptly titled “Not So Goodwin”.

The editorial sees Ginnifer in various states of undress, entertaining some cute boys, who appear to entertain themselves when she’s not looking.

Ginnifer has an amazing body, which she is only too proud to show off in this editorial.

It’s not something I would have thought she could pull off, but she looks good.

Here are some extracts from her interview:

On being in a relationship: “I’m a better person in a relationship, and I’m a happier person. I need to come home at the end of the day and have it not be about me and my freaking hair and makeup. And I think my work is more inspired when home is safe and sound and solid because what I do for a living is so bananas and so insecure.”

On actors giving romance advice: “I don’t know why anyone would want to ask an actor for dating advice. We are not the poster children for healthy relationships.”

On becoming a vegan: “I’m so anti body-image issues. It was always part of my identity that I would show off by eating everything. But I’ve made a decision that I could not continue to support these industries.”

On her new home:
“I’m in a relationship with this house right now. I’m in love with it. I plan to be here a long time. I assume it’s where I’ll get married-I’ll only marry a fella who loves the house like I do-and have my first child.”

You can read the whole interview here.




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Amy Adams For W May 2009


Oscar nominated actress Amy Adams clearly knows how to work the red carpet. But she also knows how to give us that wow factor in her editorials.

I was blown away when I saw the May 2009 cover of W magazine, with Amy wearing Marc Jacobs. She always gives us really dynamic editorials, that brings out a side to her we have not yet seen on screen.

Here are some extracts from her interview:

On being nominated for an Oscar: “I just was so reflective the whole evening on how I came to be sitting in that room. At one point my fiancé was like, ‘You feel distant.’ And I said, ‘I am! I can’t even talk to you!’ I was there at the Oscars thinking, ‘What if I never left the Gap?'”

On planning her upcoming wedding: “I have a reputation as a poor planner, so expectations are pretty low. When I have people to my house for dinner and tell them it’s casual, they think that means don’t wear high heels, but I mean, ‘You’ll be getting your own forks out of the drawer.'”

On looking young: “I ordered a glass of champagne on the plane today, and the flight attendant asked, ‘Are you old enough to drink?'” I was like, ‘I’m old enough to worry about being infertile, so yes!’’

On trying to be cool in high school: “I’d hated school. The people were indifferent toward me, and that’s the worst thing in my mind. We were defined by the clothes we bought at the mall. If I didn’t get things on clearance, I wasn’t getting them. I would make fake Guess jeans by buying a cheaper brand with a triangle label and then cutting it off so you could still see the triangle outline. It’s so sad that I did that! But I really wanted to be one of those girls.”

The rest of her editorial was shot in a diner, which adds a very retro feel to the shoot which was captured by Craig McDean.

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Credits: Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors & Topshop.

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