Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for Harper’s Bazaar UK

Posted on December 12, 2011

Darlings, what better way to close out the first day of the work week than by watching someone pretty in the throes of ennui? Let’s all watch Rosie get her Betty Draper on in the 2012 Resort collections. Pop a Miltown and enjoy, darlings.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in an editorial titled “Valley Of The Dolls” for  the January 2012 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, photographed by Tom Munro and styled by Cathy Kasterine. Hair by Ben Skervin.

Fendi Resort 2012 Collection


Akris Resort 2012 Collection

 

Christian Dior Resort 2012 Collection


Alberta Ferretti Resort 2012 Collection

 

Emilio Pucci Resort 2012 Collection

 

Prada Resort 2012 Collection


Miu Miu Resort 2012 Collection

 

[Photo Credit: models.com, style.com]

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kelsey-Albrecht/100001647200441 Kelsey Albrecht

      She makes every one of those outfits look better than the look book models.

      • http://twitter.com/homodachi Monica

        I was just going to say the same thing! Gorgeous.

        • Anonymous

          One of those Prada models looks absolutely horse faced, the poor thing.

        • Anonymous

          Me too.  Gorgeous.  I want to hate her, but it’s all too gorgeous for hate.  

          • http://twitter.com/cornekopia Shawn EH

            Because she’s a Super-Model.

      • foodycat

        Exactly what I was going to say!

    • Anonymous

      How do you fit into life when you look like that? 

      • http://twitter.com/miribea26 Miriam Cantor-Stone

        Right?! I have never seen anyone look MORE like a Barbie doll. It’s slightly terrifying.

        • Anonymous

          I think she looks like a blowup doll.

          I hate myself for saying that, but it’s all I see!

          • Anonymous

            I was going to comment to say that I think this hair on her totally turns her into a blowup doll (or a mindblowing drag queen). She’s already so very, VERY feminine-looking, with such exaggerated features, that when you give her this hair it just goes over the top. She’s better off with sleeker styles, IMO.

    • Anonymous

      I really don’t understand how some fashion magazine editors keep their jobs — those who decide, for example, to de-glam Scarlett Johansson instead of basking in her glory when she’s at her height (did any editorial counterpart do that to Marilyn in her heyday? Really?). And here, someone chose to put RH-W in shellacked 1960s hairstyles and stiff clothing when they’ve got the model who embodies the 2010s’ sexy/loose/flowing look.

      • http://twitter.com/bredalot Bridget Smith

        I’d be with you if this were, say, the twenties or the forties or the eighties (dear God, if they’d tried to make a flapper out of her…). But it’s not. This may not be her personality, but she’s got the looks for it, and why not play with stuff like this in editorials when you never would in life? Look at that second shot, in the Akris. Her body language, her look: it’s all so perfectly of the era, it’s not even like a shot out of a film. I feel like someone has that photo lying around somewhere in their attic.

        On the other hand, I’m really quite tired of this era.

      • P M

        Actually, I think it’s an interesting commentary on one type of woman who might wear these clothes. 

    • Anonymous

      What was Prada thinking when they paired that dress with that hiddy scarf and hat??

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HBS4KWJ6XTPDEL2JMD37ZS5YHA Ben

        agreed. that scarf is so fug.

      • Anonymous

        I actually laughed out loud when I saw that picture.

      • Anonymous

        That model in that getup totally reminds me of Amy on “Big Bang Theory.”

        • Anonymous

          More like Mayim Bialik from her Blossom days.

          • Anonymous

            Did you see Bialik on What Not to Wear? It was really charming.

            • Anonymous

              Yes!  I loved that she didn’t take the $5,000, but she did take the advice.

          • akprincess72

            Mayim Bialik IS Amy Farrah Fowler on Big Bang Theory & is absolutely awesome in the role.

            • Anonymous

              Yes, I know, I just think the model’s getup looks more like Blossom than Amy Farrah Fowler.

      • Anonymous

        For real. That shit cray.

      • Anonymous

        They were thinking about the 70′s, and the crazy patterns that were king. That one is particularly.. colorful, but still right in line with some of my memories (well, mostly from family albums) of what folks wore.

    • http://profiles.google.com/alison.sigman Alison Sigman

      Bitch is selling that Prada better than the model getting PAID to sell the Prada.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KLKIE5KG4N2DBAZ4GNAXTSQGXE sepi

        And that is the TRUTH. She breathes life into each and every outfit.

    • MilaXX

      Rose give face like no other!

      • Ceur -

        In this case, it’s not a good thing. She should hide her face. That Ferretti picture reminds me why I think she slept with someone to ever be called a model.

    • Anonymous

      I have to be honest: I can’t stand her face. I remember reading an interview with Angelina Jolie years ago where she said she found her own face disproportionate and weird, not appealing. In Rosie whatever-whatever’s case, I can see it.

      Also, can we stop pretending she is anything more than a glorified Victoria’s Secret model?

      • Anonymous

        Thank goodness somebody said this, I’ve been thinking there’s something wrong with me… I cetainly can’t say she’s ugly but I am always annoyed looking at her face. She does wear clothes well though.

        • Anonymous

          I’m right with you.

      • http://twitter.com/lightningvsbug Kallie Markle

        I think the fact that she’s getting editorial spreads in Vogue and Harper’s means that she actually IS more than glorified VS model. And her name is literally at the top of your screen, so the ‘Rosie whatever-whatever’ thing is more than a little transparent.

        • Anonymous

          Lol, are you kidding me? This woman’s only claim to fame is a horrible (by all accounts) Transformers movie. This is all PR smoke and mirrors, and I, for one, am not interested in having to pay attention to her for the same reason I’m not interested in paying attention to the likes of Miley Cyrus. The “whatever-whatever” comment is truly my lack of interest in learning her last names. I doubt I’d need to remember them in a short time anyway.

    • Anonymous

      So tired of her already.

    • Anonymous

      She better not ever ruin her amazing lips with injections!

      • Anonymous

        Too late.

        • Anonymous

          lol now that I think about it, you’re probably right.

    • BerlinerNYC

      That era really seems to be the current go-to method for making an otherwise bland beauty seem compelling. That sounds snarky, but the pictures are gorgeous.

      • Anonymous

        Good observation. I just scrolled these pictures of this beautiful woman in designer clothing thinking, “Eh, meh, hmm…” all the while trying to figure out whether that is a Palm Springs house. I think I’ve seen her and editorials of this ilk one too many times recently.

    • Allison Woods

      Fabulous.

      Well, except for the trashy tattoo. Yuck.

    • Anonymous

      I’m sorry fellow bitter kittens, but this editorial just isn’t doing it for me. Of all the things to covet in this spread, I want the house.

      And the Pucci dress.

      Okay FINE: And her tits.

      • Anonymous

        Of the three, you might be able to afford the tits.

        • Anonymous

          That’s my problem. I’d rather spend money on my house than on my face or body.

      • Anonymous

        Promise me that when you move in you’ll tear out the wall to wall carpeting?

        • Anonymous

          Okay. When I win that lottery I never play and buy this house, I’ll put that at the top of the list. What the hell, as long as we’re at it, I throw a open house for the bitter kittens on T Lo Lounge night.

          • Anonymous

            Lovely! See you then.

    • http://blue-again.myopenid.com/ blue

      That girl has lips to die for. The clothes are nice too. 

      • Anonymous

        You could probably buy them, too, just like her.

    • Anonymous

      I want to take a day and pretend to be Rosie in the pink Pucci.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mary-Elizabeth-Poytinger-Baumer/1516981341 Mary Elizabeth Poytinger Baume

      pretty.

    • Anonymous

      Now I want to watch North by Northwest.

    • Anonymous

      Did they actually use the house from “The Jet Set”? It looks ridiculously like it.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2CNDPMVO4W23R5TVC2QMTJ5BZE Heather

        I was thinking the same thing!! Looks like it to me.

    • Anonymous

      This woman has no joy in her life, apparently, except when snapped leaving an outhouse.

    • Anonymous

      Her lips are so distracting – they are bigger every time I see her. I can’t see anything else. :(

    • Anonymous

      Meh, I’m bored. Yawn..

    • Anonymous

      I have no comment on Miss One Expression.  I just had to say that the Prada model looks like a stereotypical movie version of a mental patient.  Was the stylist for that shoot drunk, or high?

    • Joyce VG

      The clothes are beautiful.  What is up with her face tho?

    • Anonymous

      She looks stoned in most of them but I surely love some of the clothes, especially the Dior and everything Fendi.

    • Anonymous

      I still can’t believe those are unaltered lips.

    • Anonymous

      i really love that pink pucci dress. actually i think i like the orange better, but still.
      i would say the world was better, or at least funner, in the age of miltown, but i really think what i mean is the age of quaaludes.

      ps. i am surprised about the alberta ferretti. i mean, it looks like you couldve bought it at the broadway–not bullocks, not either magnin but at the broadway c1982.

    • Anonymous

      I’m pretty sure the Prada model will not be including this picture in her portfolio.

    • http://asskickingadviser.com/ Ass Kicking Adviser

      Gimme, gimme, yah, yah, yah!  love every single one of those looks.
      Especially the Pucci and the Ferretti.
      I am going to refrain from commenting on anything else.
      But seriously, the clothes! 

    • http://twitter.com/applecocola Stacy

      Her lips scare me.

    • http://profiles.google.com/misslauraschultz Laura Schultz

      Girl’s got face, that’s for sure.  She could wear any frumpy schlumpy thing in my closet and make it look chic. Ah well. 

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YMEB3XKJCE4WL62SKN473LWBXQ Frank

      wowww!!!!

    • http://twitter.com/delysia_lafosse Delysia LaFosse

      I love the clothes, but this shoot does nothing for me. There have been so many mid-century bored-beautiful-wealthy white woman shoots, and this one offers absolutely nothing that a million others haven’t already given us (and a lot of them did it better).

      Ms Huntington-Whiteley wears clothes very well and has some outstanding bone structure, but for me she has a total lack of presence. She doesn’t even really look bored; she looks vapid, and her one facial expression wears thin.

    • http://twitter.com/RzYoung RzYoung

      Yeh it’s great, but i’m really bored of that location though.

    • Anonymous

      Fifth picture down’s a bit weird.

      Recurring tinnitis, Rosie?

      • Anonymous

        I think she’s a Bond girl spy, listening to a tiny earpiece whilst seducing our hero.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1124162729 Igor Buarque

      is she posing in front of a bathroom?

      • Anonymous

        I think that is a Beach/Pool changing room.  

    • Anonymous

      The setting has indeed been done too many times recently (although I love it), but she looks fab standing in the shaft of sunshine in the green/blue Prada.

    • Anonymous

      I would wear ALL of those clothes.

    • Anonymous

      I would wear ALL of those clothes.

    • Anonymous

      I would absolutely wear every single one of those pieces.  

    • R. L.

      Gorgeous clothes that look better on the non-model.  I have fashion lust.

    • Anonymous

      Amber Valetta did a shoot with a similar mid-century theme, but with a twist (and much better in my opinion).

      http://www.tomandlorenzo.com/2011/03/amber-valetta-for-vogue-2.html

    • Anonymous

      LOVE this editorial. She looks amazing.

    • Anonymous

      I HATE the last Prada dress, but everything else is gorg. 

    • Anonymous

      Love!  I am saving these pics to show my hair stylist – that is the exact hair I want.  

    • Anonymous

      Love the navy and white Dior.  Would totally wear it if it came to the knee.

    • Anonymous

      I can’t get tired of this era they’re evoking, since these are pretty much my formative life images. (not what my life really looked like, middle class suburbs in Connecticut, North Carolina & Minnesota not really having this look) but what the magazines & advertising were showing me.

      On the other hand, I don’t find it all that exciting.  She is very pretty. The clothes would not look nearly so good on mere mortals.

    • Anonymous

      cliche…..right down to the shoot location

    • Anonymous

      Honey, that is not your hair!

    • oohsparkley!

      I was under-whelmed by these pictures.  I like the Pucci dress.  She looks so dead-eyed in the Prada picture. 

    • Anonymous

      All I can really say is she looks so much better with big hair.  Still unsufferably dull and dead in the eyes but better proportions with her bone structure.

    • http://twitter.com/mellafe natalia h

      Meh.

    • Anonymous

      Better her than January Jones.

    • Anonymous

      that PRADA model should have saved last hit in the bag for after the shoot. Sheesh!

    • Anonymous

      I can practically hear Betty Draper’s teeth grinding.

    • Anonymous

      I think she’s Paulo Nutini in drag.