ScarJo is the latest in a long line of celebrities and models to be put through the “make her up like stars of yesteryear” editorial; this time, for W Magazine. It’s not the most original idea in the world, but credit must be paid for avoiding the cliches here. Oh sure, there’s a Dietrich, but we have to doff our hats (if we had them) in respect for doing her up like Giulietta Masina. That’s not one you see too often. She’s not the most electrifying model in the world, but this was a fun and eye-catching way to do her up.
W Magazine June 2011 Issue
Woody’s Other Woman: A Study in Scarlett
Photographs by Tim Walker
Styled by Jacob K
Hair by Orlando Pita for Orlo Salon
Makeup by Val Garland
As Marlene Dietrich. Oscar de la Renta’s silk tulle bolero; Yohji Yamamoto’s Tencel dress with silk and cotton detail; Dolce & Gabbana’s silk satin bodysuit. Erickson Beamon for Richard Nicoll earring, Cornelia James glove
As Sarah Bernhardt. Calvin Klein’s silk and twill coat; Viktor & Rolf’s organza and cotton blouse; Tao’s polyester, organdy, and cotton dress; Escada’s linen and viscose pants. Ellen Christine hat, Burberry belt.
[Photo Credit: Tim Walker, wmagazine.com]
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