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From StyleBistro: “When she’s not sleeping in a transparent box at the MoMA, Tilda Swinton is doing other Tilda Swinton-y things, like covering herself in centipedes, just to prove that, even with an insect hat on, she’s still more stylish than 99.9% of people. The above photo appears in W Magazine’s May issue, alongside other surreal, Tim Walker-lensed snapshots of the actress, in homage to some of her favorite artists — Salvador Dali, Giorgio de Chirico, Remedios Varo and Leonora Carrington. Though they may look as if they were mechanically placed, we waited hours for these centipedes to crawl into their meaningful positions, decking me out with eyebrows and mustaches,’ Swinton explained. Hours!”
Matthew McConaughey be werkin’ this thinspiration in many a layout. He is featured in this month’s W magazine as part of their “Best Performances” pictorial photographed by Juergen Teller. I love the raw way that Juergen shoots and, though he’d probably be pissed that I’m referencing this person, I am gonna. It’s very Terry Richardson, which to me is a compliment. (via W)
Though nothing too original, especially for a Steven Klein shoot, I am loving Scarlett Johansson with a dark edge. She is giving me Lauren Ezersky meets Elvira. (via W magazine)
Ugh. Some of the other pictures in the feathery photo shoot weren’t quite so bad (see below), but THIS. This is just TERRIBLE. Low rent even for only-on-Halloween drag queens. Did they get the outfit at Party City? “The Hunger Games Star Like You’ve Never Seen Her Before!” Yeah: UGLY AND AWKWARD. Truly cringeworthy. That constipated look on her face. The camera angle, photographing her from below. Clearly, this is someone not enjoying their photo shoot. Poor Jennifer. The only dress I like is that fourth one. The rest are for the birds. Poor, poor Jennifer.
With some big-ass hair in a side WHOOSH, and a chunky, ’90s-style jeweled cross. Love it or hate t?