With her voluptuousness, full lips, and all-around sensuality, Scarlett makes a particularly odd choice to go the androgynous route with the styling.
Scarlett Johannson featured in the December 2011/January 2012 issue of Interview magazine photographed by Sølve Sundsbø and styled by Ludivine Poiblanc.
It’s actually a pretty great editorial; beautifully shot with great styling. But it almost feels like Tilda Swinton canceled at the last second. We don’t know if she chose this boycut she’s sporting or if it’s something imposed on her by a stylist, but it really doesn’t work for us. And while she was never really all that great as a model, she looks particularly pained in these pictures. In fact, she looks more than a little cranky. There, there, Scarlett. It’ll grow back.
Shorts: Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière. Gloves: Lacrasia.
Dress: Bottega Veneta. Shoes: Jimmy Choo.
Mask: Paul Seville & Steph Aman.
Dress: Yves Saint Laurent. Shoes: Marc Jacobs.
Sweater, shorts, and collar: Louis Vuitton. Shoes: Natacha Marro.
Bodysuit: Dolce & Gabbana. Stay-ups (throughout): Falke. Shoes: Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti.
[Photo Credit: interviewmagazine.com]
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