Miranda Kerr’s photoshoot for Haute Muse Spring Fashion Special

Part of the interview:

On her view when it comes to eating:”It’s not about depriving yourself; it’s about having a balance and eating healthily the majority of the time.”
On being friends with Orlando Bloom before starting a relationship:”We were friends for at least six months first after we met, so it was a very nice way to start. Romance followed friendship.”
On what she loved about Orlando that led her to marry him:”There were plenty of things. He just has a really big heart and he’s a very nice person. And I think that’s important.”


Dakota Fanning covers Elle UK, February 2012


Part of the interview:

On her youthful age of 17-years-old: “I feel like I’ve lived a long time, but then I realize, ‘Oh, I’m actually only 17.’ I don’t think there should be an age limit on an interest, do you know what I mean?”

 On not wanting attention outside of her acting: “I just want to be an actress. I don’t really do anything attention-grabbing. Famous just sounds so pretentious. Who am I to call myself that word?”

 On not letting talk about her physical appearance affect her: “People are always talking about this person who looks great and that person who doesn’t. It’s there, if you let it in. I let it in to an extent. I just don’t let it affect the choices I make.”


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley covers Harper’s Bazaar UK, January 2012

Photographer: Tom Munro|Stylist: Cathy Kasterine | Makeup: Pati Dubroff | Hair: Ben Skervin

All I kept hearing was ‘Honey, you gotta change this; your hair’s this; your legs are that; you’re not enough this; you’re not enough that; you’re too much this; why are you wearing that?‘ And so it was a constant stream of judgement. I have a different feeling when I come back to England; as soon as I touch down in Heathrow and drive into London and down to Devon, there’s a sense of home and belonging. I will never feel that in America, it doesn’t matter how long I live there – and I’ve come to terms with that. I really am so proud to be British.”

I knew I was going to leave Devon, and whatever I did, it would be big.”


Angelina Jolie’s Photoshoot for Marie Claire Magazine, January 2012

From the interview:

On writing ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’: “It began as a private exercise, an excuse to get out some of my frustrations [with] the international community and justice issues

 On filming ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’: “Some of the very darkest sections of the film were conceived in Shiloh’s art class; I was in the back waiting for the kids to finish.”

 On working with her film’s actresses: “It was nice for me to play with other girls; I don’t really have girlfriends in movies, if you’ve noticed… Well, I have a few girlfriends, I just… I stay at home a lot. I’m just not very social. I don’t do a lot with them, and I’m very homebound.”

 On moving away from acting: “…I woke up one day realizing, God, I’m an actor. I don’t think I intended to be an actor. I think my mother wanted it for me. I loved telling stories, and I enjoyed the profession, but is it too late to be something else?”

 On Knox and Vivienne: “Knox is very much a dude. Very physical, tough. He loves dinosaurs and swords. She [Vivienne] is so elegant and delicate. Vivi will pick flowers from the garden and put them in her hair. She likes to get her nails done and collects stuffed animals. It’s very funny for me to have to buy all things pink and watch princess movies!”

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Lady Gaga’s Photoshoots for Elle UK & Vanity Fair, January 2012

2012 is almost here! So, as we are getting closer to say farewell to 2011, more photoshoots for the first month’s issues pop up on the internet. Lady Gaga covers both Elle UK and Vanity Fair.

For the Elle UK Issue, the photos were taken by photographer Matt Irwin and her wardrobe included an embroidered organza dress by Alexander McQueen, a silk-tulle dress by Simone Rocha and a silk organza dress by Richard Nicoll.

A preview of her interview:

Gaga on her low points: ‘I had abusive relationships: I dated men much older than me – I was 15, they were 30 – which I don’t recommend. I was never brave enough to be the person who I am today.’

 On her fans: ‘My fans don’t care what I am, that’s what I like about them. They don’t care if I’m a boy or a girl or an in-between or a phoenix or a mermaid or a unicorn. They don’t care.’

 On how she got here: ‘I don’t regret anything. If I’d known things back then I wouldn’t be where I am now, because so much of who I am is based on a lack of fear. I have no fear.’

 On how she’d like to be remembered : ‘Many people really don’t like what I do – or how I sing or what music I make – but some of those people admire the commitment to the work. That to me is more important than anything.’

You can check out Elle UK for more details:

In the Vanity Fair Issue, Lady Gaga talks to editor Lisa Robinson about her latest video.

Robinson spends time on the set of Lady Gaga’s most raw and personal video to date, “Marry the Night.” It is “autobiographical,” according to Gaga, and required the grueling task of “getting ready to relive the worst day of my life.” She has never talked about it before. Prior to filming a hospital scene in which Gaga, appearing bruised and drugged up, is wheeled on a gurney into a women’s clinic, she asks Robinson and a few others in her trailer how far she should go with the re-enactment; she decides to commit to it fully.

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