#FIRSTLOOK: LENA DUNHAM COVERS FEBRUARY 2014 ISSUE OF “VOGUE”
Vogue’s Nathan Heller this month interviews Lena Dunham, Star and Creator of HBO‘s Girls, which now is in full promotional swing! The Golden Globe-nominated Actress and Writer gets revealing in the Piece which is accompanied by dazzling Photos of her by famed Photographer Annie Leibovitz.
Dunham reveals how in High School she really felt like an Outsider and some of that still trickles to her being in Hollywood. She says, “I went early on to a party at a really famous person’s house. They had a private chef there making pizza, and I remember the dog was wearing a bow tie. Every time I looked around, it would be like, Is that someone I know from camp? No, that’s Ashton Kutcher. It was such a weird scene. I remember thinking, I don’t feel at home here, and no matter how long this is my job, I will never feel at home here. And if I do start to feel at home here.”. “Someone should really worry about me.”.
This actually isn’t the first time Dunham has appeared in the Magazine however. She was featured back in her youth as a trendy Teen, we learn.
She looks sensation if I might say so in some of these Photos. Whomever styled her should definitely be collaborating with her for her Red Carpet looks!
See the Cover:
Read the Interview in full here.
(Photo credit: Vogue)
CAREY MULLIGAN IN MAY 2013 ISSUE OF “VOGUE” | “THE GREAT GATSBY”
It’s hard to believe that in about a month’s time Baz Luhrmann‘s long-awaited The Great Gatsby 3-D finally will hit theatres! Carey Mulligan who stars as Daisy Buchanan in the F. Scott Fitzgerald Adaptation graces the cover of Vogue in May and delves right into her experience on the Film with Tom Shone, with Photographs by none other than Mario Testino. We learn all about the moment she received news of being cast while at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards.
“‘I was trying to be cool, but oh, it was horrible,’ remembers Mulligan, who had been on tenterhooks for weeks. ‘It was terrifying, the suspense. I was winding down on shooting Drive, so I wasn’t working that much, just waiting around for the phone to ring and for me to be disappointed.’ After Mulligan left the stage, Catherine Martin handed her a cell phone, saying, ‘Somebody wants to speak to you.’ The next thing she heard was Luhrmann’s warm Australian drawl: ‘Hullo, Daisy. . . .‘
Before he could even get to Buchanan, Mulligan was sobbing into her napkin. ‘Sobbing,’ she recalls. ‘Everybody was like, What is wrong with her?’.”.
We learn also Mulligan despite appearing demure and sweet, actually has quite a wild side!
Read more here.
The Great Gatsby 3D hits theatres May 10, 2013 via Warner Bros.
(Photo credit: Vogue Magazine/Mario Testino)