In the latest issue of US Vogue model Bella Hadid takes spring’s structured handbag for a walk around Solvang, California, where Danish charm meets sun-filled sweetness.
In this story: Hair: Tamara McNaughton; Makeup: Romy Soleimani; Manicure: Kim Truong. Tailor: Susie’s Custom Design, Inc. Produced by Kristen Terry for Rosco Production.
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America’s favorite pretty woman, Julia Roberts, rock climbs in couture for Harper’s Bazaar November 2018 issue. Julia is interviewed by Oprah Winfrey and opens up on her new projects (Amazon’s Homecoming and Ben Is Back), turning 50, social media, aging in the spotlight and more—while she dares to face her fear of heights and literally climbs to new heights in the season’s most breathtaking couture in Harper’s BAZAAR US’s November Daring issue, on newsstands October 23rd.
The covers are photographed by Alexi Lubomirski with styling by Elizabeth Stewart (Julia wears Giambattista Valli Couture and Dior). Hair and makeup by Serge Normant and Genevieve Herr, manicurist Lisa Jachno.
The interview will also be available on “Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations” podcast starting October 23rd on Apple Podcasts(ApplePodcasts.com/OprahSuperSoul) and other podcast platforms.
Oprah Winfrey: “The theme of Harper’s Bazaar this month is daring, and so you actually decided that you were going to do something daring because you’re afraid of heights. That’s what I heard. Is that correct?”
Julia Roberts: “I am afraid of heights and it’s funny because I’ve always been afraid of heights… Of course [Harper’s BAZAAR wasn’t] going to put me in incredible peril, and we did things that were just high enough and just scary enough where I could still smile and throw my gown up into the air.”
OW: “Do you remember when your kids finally first realized that you were Julia Roberts, America’s beloved-sweetheart actress, Academy Awardwinner?”
Julia Roberts: “I don’t think they will ever have a true sense of that. I think I told you once when they were starting to figure it out, it was like, “You’re famous?” And I said, “I think a lot of people might have seen the movie that I’m in or might know who I am.” Maybe an hour goes by. “Are you more famous than Taylor Swift?””
OW: “Stedman and I lived in the tabloids for so many years, and it was hard on his family members and some of my family members, and I couldn’t imagine if we had children and every other week there’s some story about him leaving me, me getting dumped, or me leaving him. I know you have experienced this very thing. Are you able to keep that away from your kids?”
JR: “For the most part. Sometimes we are in the grocery store and I won’t even know something is out, but we’ll see a tabloid and we’ll all be standing there like, “Oh, that’s uncomfortable. This is really uncomfortable.” It can still hurt my feelings, because I’m so proud of my marriage. We just celebrated being married for 16 years this Fourth of July, and there’s so much happiness wrapped up in what we’ve found together. What I like is when they write, “the $150 million divorce,” and then a week later a different tabloid says, “the $275 million divorce.” I’m like, “Well, somebody got a paycheck in the last week. This is getting good.” Read more here.
The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ. Magazine presented five covers of the tenth anniversary September issue. Photographed by Inez and Vinoodh and features ten models who have regularly appeared in the magazine’s pages over the years: Imaan Hammam, Andreea Diaconu, Tao Okamoto, Rianne Van Rompaey, Freja Beha Erichsen, Anna Ewers, Adwoa Aboah, Carolyn Murphy, Karlie Kloss and Doutzen Kroes. Styled by George Cortina, the women wear Givenchy, Balenciaga and Marc Jacobs, illustrating the “80s glam sub-current that’s running through fashion right now,” said O’Neill.
Beyoncé covers the September 2018 issue of the American Vogue magazine. Photographed by Tyler Mitchell. The cover is styled by Tonne Goodman with hair and makeup by Neal Farinah and Sir John. Beyoncé poses in different designs from Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Dior and many more. Inside the issue she speaks in Her Own Words: Her life, her body and her heritage.
Topics covered include the challenges she faced when giving birth to her twins Rumi and Sir, her struggle with body acceptance, her family history, her decision to tap Mitchell to photograph the cover, her Coachella performance, she and Jay-Z’s On the Run II tour, and more.
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This week’s cover star of The EDIT, Lily Aldridge models the ultra-cool updates of the season, wearing designs from Saint Laurent, Givenchy, Chloe, Calvin Klein, to name a few. Photographed by Alexander Saladrigas with styling by Helen Broadfoot.
She’s often described as one of the nicest models in the industry, but LILY ALDRIDGE says she has struggled with everything from social-media trolls to judgmental casting agents and her own self-confidence. NATALIE EVANS-HARDING meets a woman rising above – in more ways than one.
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Supermodel, mother-of-five and the driving force behind children’s charity The Naked Heart Foundation,Natalia Vodianova covers Porter Edit 2018. Photographed by Alique and styled by Morgan Pilcher. Natalia more than lives up to her ‘Supernova’ nickname. She tells EMMA SELLS what she’s learned about fashion, fundraising and the power of persuasion.
“I love modeling because it gives me a break from the everyday challenges that I meet with my philanthropicwork, which really is just very stressful. [Modeling] is almosttherapeutic”
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