Posts Tagged ‘Marie Claire’


Friday, March 17th, 2017

Channeling Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (above) and Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany’s (below), Karlie Kloss recently starred in a new series of short films to promote this history of luxury crystal jewelry brand, Swarovski.  The corporate  ambassador, 24, shared with Marie Claire that she has always been an admirer of the timeless Hollywood glamour of Hepburn and Monroe.  “What I love most about icons like Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe is the confidence they bring to every scene and character they played. Like many of my role models, they’ve shown that a woman who is confident and strong-willed will always be in style.”  Kloss, herself, is a strong women who supports other women.  In fact, she endows a  scholarship program at Flatiron Pre-College Academy, encouraging young women to pursue interests in computers and coding.


Wednesday, January 27th, 2016
Stunning Julianne Moore appears on the March cover of Marie Claire Magazine, rocking a runway-look in Gucci’s avant-garde embroidered tulle dress.  The actress, who has been awarded an Oscar, two Golden Globes, and a BAFTA Award, admits that its difficult to find good acting roles — regardless of age or gender.  Currently, the lack of diversity in Hollywood is a hot topic surrounding the 2016 Academy Awards.  The 55-year old explained to Marie Claire, “The movie industry is not in the business of finding good roles for actors or actresses; it is in the business of creating films that will make as much money as possible.”



Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

Cindy ElleLast February, legendary beauty, Cindy Crawford, was shocked by the viral release of an allegedly “unretouched” photo from an old Marie Claire shoot.  While everyone awaited a statement, the supermodel, 49, remained quiet.  At the time she felt “blindsided,” calling the release “stolen” and “malicious.” In this month’s Elle Canada, Crawford finally break her silence.

“I was very conflicted, to be honest, ” she reveals.  “I know my body, and I know it’s not perfect, but maybe I have a false body image; maybe I think I look better than I do. I think that most women are hard on themselves. We think we look worse than we do. So I assumed I fell into that category, even though that picture didn’t reflect what I saw when I looked in the mirror—even in the worst dressing-room lighting.”  (more…)