Nicole Kidman for Jimmy Choo Pre-Fall 2014 Ad Campaign

Posted on April 02, 2014

We’re thinking of launching our own awards, darlings. It’s about time we got in on the whole “awards season” thing, don’t you think?  The 1st Annual Style What-The-Fuck Awards.

Nice, right?

They will be nicknamed The Nikkis, after the very first winner of the What-The-Fuck of the Year Award, and the person who inspired us to start the awards in the first place, Miss Nicole Kidman.


Nicole Kidman for Jimmy Choo Pre-Fall 2014 Ad Campaign photographed by Willy Vanderperre.






We’re speechless. We thought that was Rachel Zoe. We’re still not convinced it isn’t. It’s the worst, and yet at the same time, fakest picture of her we’ve ever seen.





[Photo Credit: Willy Vanderperre for Jimmy Choo – Video Credit: Jimmy Choo via YouTube]

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  • RussellH88

    A Digitized Version of Nicole Kidman’s Face On Another Person’s Body for Jimmy Choo: Accept The Fantasy

    There’s your campaign, Jimmy. And I won’t even charge you.

    • vitaminC

      A Digitized Version of N̶i̶c̶o̶l̶e̶ ̶K̶i̶d̶m̶a̶n̶’̶s̶̶Teen Nicole Kidman Lookalike Face On Another Person’s Body for Jimmy Choo: Accept The Fantasy

      • AudreysMom

        True. Only teenage Nicole Kidman was way prettier.

  • Jen

    holy cow.

  • gabbilevy

    Wax Katy Perry looks more human.

    • Lori

      And less stoned.

  • NMMagpie

    A graduate of the Chili Palmer School of Intense Looks, I see.

    And I did not know heels could make such clean sounds on dried mud.

  • RussellH88

    She actually looks more like Jennette McCurdy than herself.

    • NC_Meg

      I thought it was Sienna Miller from the thumbnail but I definitely see an older Jeanette McCurdy now. I never thought I’d say Nicole Kidman and Jeanette McCurdy look alike but here we are.

  • Jen

    they haven’t even edited her in a flattering way. why?!!

  • SayWhaaatNow

    Oh weird. I did not know that was Nicole Kidman.

    • formerlyAnon

      Entirely understandable.

  • Susan Collier

    And here I thought it was Kylie Minogue in that ad.
    Could it be a wax figure of Nicole from Madame Tussaud’s?

    • marlie

      It *does* look a little like Kylie. I’d believe that before I believed Nicole Kidman.

  • crash1212

    Cute shoes, though.

  • alyce1213

    Some heavy-duty filtration in that video, I think they used Lucille Ball #6 and Liz Taylor #8, the old standbys (I date myself).
    I like the shoes, what I could see of them.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      Maybe they just smeared Crisco on the camera.

      • JauntyJohn

        Crisco on the camera is the Dynasty Special: The Joan Collins #4 or the Linda Evans #9.

  • ovarB

    It’s the Nikkis!! Except so fake that it is actually the Faux Nikkis!!

  • 1) I applaud this award show. 2) I want the “purse = CROTCH” to stop.

    • Kitten Mittons

      RE #2, I think it’s the designers’ way of saying, “Handing over the money to buy this bag will totally make it feel like you got screwed.”

      Or possibly, “You will need to sell your body to own this. This body part right here.”

      • It’s the whole “poetic metaphor” of a purse = vagina that translates too literally – I wish it were the two ideas you outlined. I’m waiting for the novelty designer “burger purse”.

    • tereliz

      RE: #1 Can we start the show by giving an honorary mention to Kiki Dunst for her innovative and industry inspiring work with Bulgari Jasmin Noir? Or will that honor go to Balenciaga Florabotanica’s endearingly effervescent muse?

      • …I know they just threw it out there, but, damn it, I really want a T.Lo awards show.

      • KinoEye

        Haha… hahahHA… I had to Google who’s shilling for Balenciaga. Of COURSE, when I think of bright, floral perfumes, I think of Kristen Stewart.

        Those Brad Pitt ads were something else. “Where are you going?… Why?”

    • Kent Roby

      I guess we should be thrilled that they showed restraint in NOT having her open the purse to show how much she could shove in it. Ugh.

  • marlie

    There are so many reasons why this is not OK. 1. That’s Nic’s face from like 15 years ago. 2. I find it hard to believe that she’s let herself be photographed with that hair, in that “outfit” and in those shoes. 3. That bag is tacky. Nicole Kidman is NOT tacky.

    ETA: I doubt that those are Nic’s legs, either.

    • decormaven

      Look at “Dead Calm.” She didn’t look like this in 1989; no way she looks like this in 2014. Either show Nicole Kidman in present form, or hire someone else to achieve the desired look, whatever it may be. It’s not like the world is suffering from a dearth of models, dammit.

      • CupcakeTrudy

        Sing it, sister!

  • Katt Gill-Smith

    Why would a company hire a celebrity for their brand and then photoshop to the extent that they become unrecogniazble? It makes no sense.

    • So they can put her name on it. The end.

    • curiouserandcuriousest

      I had the exact same thought. Nicole Kidman has a classic, even classy, look. She’s not a leathers-wearing 25 year old. Why not choose another ‘name’ whose look is more in line with the marketing?

  • leahpapa

    I watched the video on mute and it is pure karaoke B-roll magic.

    • decormaven

      I refuse to give the Jimmy Choo site any clicks to find out the source of this f’ery.

      • leahpapa

        Ooh, good point. I took the linkbait!

    • @Biting Panda

      I watched too. Clearly the directive was to give no more than .50 seconds of screen time on her face.

    • KinoEye

      You inspired me to scroll back up and watch it on mute. You are so right. I can just see it in the background as a sad, drunk American tourist belts out The Morning After in some East Asian karaoke bar.

  • zenobar

    Apropos of nothing, *when* exactly is “pre-fall”?

    Wouldn’t that just be…summer?

    Carry on.

    • Carleenml

      it can’t be summer. if it’s only summer then they can’t convince you to buy an entire additional wardrobe in addition to your summer one for “pre-fall.”

  • Michelle my belle

    I don’t know who that person is, but it certainly isn’t Nicole Kidman.

  • Capt. Renault

    I still don’t see Nicole Kidman there. Is this like one of those pictures you’re supposed to stare at until you see the sailboat?

    • I can NEVER do those. I’m like William in Mallrats.

      • zenobar

        When I first read this comment I thought you said “Willam” (as in Belli) in Mallrats. Which I found incredibly intriguing.

        • Or Willem Defoe in Mallrats? Amazing.

      • kimmeister

        They do nothing but give me a splitting headache (and frustration).

        • demidaemon

          Kind of like this ad. How apropos.

  • zenobar

    Remember that Jon Lovitz Master Thespian character?


    • Imasewsure

      And that’s why they went for this “natural” Morgan Fairchild (“who I slept with”) look for the face…

  • Ginger

    That looks more like pre-rehab Lindsay Lohan than Nicole Kidman.

  • Sarah

    Well, when I’m in a room with that much smoke, I sometimes get the urge to do a pants-off dance-off too. Of course, when I do it, I’m not clutching a very expensive alligator tote bag, but then, I’m not Spooky Nicole Kidman.

  • decormaven

    If that’s Nicole Kidman, sans any digital retouching, then I am Lady Vere de Vere.

  • butterflysunita

    Girl, that is not your face. Or your body.

  • clatie

    O O

  • BlairBear

    Is there a Nicole Kidman Barbie ? Because if there is I’m pretty sure they used it in this shot

  • Constant Reader

    Why on earth would they photoshop Nicole Kidman to the point where she looks about 75% less attractive than she is in real life? In other news, I’m pretty sure those nostrils are going to haunt my dreams.

  • MilaXX

    Does anybody even try to look human anymore?

  • Aidan B


  • Anna


    Although I am getting a vague Taylor Swift vibe, must be the dazed/open-mouthed expression.

  • @Biting Panda

    You too can have this look. All you need are Quaaludes and a Vaseline covered lense.

  • Colleen

    What the actual fuck is going on with her face?

  • What happened to her nose? Yesh.

  • Danielle

    Speaking of waxworks….

  • Jessica Freeman

    they went from last year’s campaign where she was looking like the best version of herself, to the campaign of the possible worst version of herself.

    • FrigidDiva

      I was really excited when I saw the post because that campaign last year was amazing. That short red bob was fantastic. This…this is nightmare inducing. Yikes.

      • KinoEye

        I was just thinking that. I know they’re capable of making her looks fantastic, so WHY on earth did they do this?

      • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

        I loved that red bob, it was so chic.

  • Adrianna Grężak

    I would be hard pressed to guess that this was Nicole Kidman if I saw this without a caption

  • Mary Elizabeth Poytinger Baume


  • jw_ny

    I hope TLo has a plentiful supply of The Nikkis in stock….there’s a lot of wtf’ery out there…

  • Yessssss, the desert is the perfect place to show off your shoes with Jimmy Choo prices.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      And the perfect place to walk around in them – they are so comfy.

      • So many miles of unhindered walking!!! Nothing at all to shorten the way or rest upon!

  • Belvane

    I would not have thought it possible to make Nicole Kidman look that bad.

  • Sam Smith

    I wouldn’t have known who that was unless you identified her.

  • ScarlettHarlot

    I….I don’t know what that is. If you had not stated Nicole Kidman, I never would have guessed it was her. Yikes.

  • icm

    does’t look like her at all

  • heartbot

    Surely this is actually some 14-ear-old model who looks vaguely like Nicole Kidman? I watched the behind the scenes video, and she looks completely different than the person in the official photo or video.

  • elemspbee

    Uhm, it’s miss piggy.

    love the shoes.
    and so risky business.

    • marlie

      I just mae the Risky Business connection. If that was intentional, I think it was in poor taste.It it wasn’t… ??

    • demidaemon

      Miss Piggy is such a better model than…this.

  • ashtangajunkie

    Holy shit.

  • B_C_J

    They better be paying her A LOT of money for this ad – ugh!

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      I’m sure that they spent a boatload of $$$ on this ad campaign, and I’m laughing about the very idea of anyone, even in an ad, wearing Jimmy Choo’s in that setting.

  • amf0001

    that’s a long 54 seconds… and a terrible ad!

  • Imasewsure

    On the flip side, you just made Rachel Zoe squeeeeee with delight in being compared to NK…

  • schadenfreudelicious

    I think i preferred the nose she sported in The Hours….

  • KinoEye

    UGHHHH. The thing that bothers me the most, oddly, is how much they’ve widened her nostrils. Why would you even want to enhance that body part? No one will look at that and say, “Gee, I wish I had giant nostrils like Nicole Kidman.”

    The bad Photoshopping is strong this week.

    • Anna

      Re: “Gee, I wish I had giant nostrils like Nicole Kidman,” HAHAHAHAHAH.

      I had a really weird and not so great experience at a job interview this morning, so I needed the laugh. Thanks!

      • KinoEye

        I’m glad I could make you laugh! But sorry to hear about the interview. It’s always a bummer when it doesn’t go well. Why was it weird?

        • Anna

          Long story short, the interviewer had me fill out an application, which was all fine but there was a section on it that asked personal questions to do with marital status, nationality, etc. I always leave those blank and the application clearly stated these questions were optional.

          Thought everything was all good and but after she reviewed my application, she questioned why I left the personal questions blank. So I said I prefer not to answer and she says, “I can’t force you, but I’d really prefer it if you did.” Yeah…WTF, right? And since we actually hadn’t begun the interview, I didn’t want to create a negative or argumentative first impression so I just went and filled it out as requested.

          Suffice it to say, the experience as well as some other impressions about her prospective management style left me very uneasy. After the interview, I sent an email to the recruiter I’m working with at the headhunting firm. I consider myself pretty intuitive (Pisces and all that) and the experience just raised a whole bunch of red flags for me. If I’m out of the running, at least I stood up for myself.

          • decormaven

            Good for you. If answering those questions were optional, then you were clearly within your bounds to bypass them. It’s smart to listen to your gut- if you’re not comfortable during the interview, the fit between you & the corporate culture may be off. There are other jobs out there- keep looking.

          • Anna

            Thanks for the link, I live in Canada and the laws are similar. I was just so stunned that my bypassing the questions was such an issue that it was the first thing discussed even before my resume and work experience. Since a headhunting firm was the one who arranged the interview, I brought it to the attention of the recruiter immediately who was suitably very understanding and mortified. She says she’s placed other candidates with this company before and this is the first she’s heard of this issue, but perhaps it’ll raise a red flag as to why those people eventually left and they’ll need to re-examine their relationship with this company.
            At any rate, it was a learning experience and I’ve been in the position before where I learned that the fit between me and the corporate culture wasn’t the right one AFTER I’d already been hired. I suppose she did me a favour in a way!

          • decormaven

            Yes, she did. The tell came early. Put that card in the discard pile and play onward.

          • KinoEye

            You definitely did the right thing. That sounds really shady. If a company is so forceful about the details of your personal life, it doesn’t say anything good about how they would treat you as an employee. One of the reasons I’m so eager to find a new job is the fact that my current boss asked me if I went to church during my job interview. I don’t. He said he asked because it’s easier to do the job I have if you’re either Baptist or Methodist, since that’s the big thing in this area. It hasn’t been a problem going forward, but he was wrong — and incredibly stupid — to ask me that.

          • Anna

            Thanks for the support BKs! You guys are awesome. I’m also a classic Pisces in the sense that I’m a people-pleaser and have been guilty of “Nice Girl” syndrome in the past. I left a job about a year ago and one of the things I’d promised myself was that I’d stand up for myself more because I didn’t at that other job even though my instincts told me I should’ve.

            And yeah, after she had made a stink about why I didn’t fill out the personal questions, she asked me outright if I was married and then explained that she prefer to have this section filled out on the application. How is any of this relevant to my skills or ability to do the job??!

          • TerryMH

            Pretty horrible story. I’m pretty sure there are federal and state statues that prevent prospective employers from asking illegal question on martial status, race, religion, etc to prevent discrimination. If you don’t care about getting the job, then you could do a little investigation and perhaps file a complaint with the appropriate state and federal agencies. That happened to me once too and I hate it when people just disregard the law because they “want to.”

          • Anna

            Thanks for the advice. To be honest I only had a very general understanding of employee rights based on the information they give in HR orientations and as I’ve said in other replies, this is the first time I’ve ever come across anything like this. I live in Canada so from what I’ve read, the laws are similar. Suffice it to say, if they do happen to call me back to tell me they’re still interested (I don’t think they will), I will be declining.
            After I told the recruiter what happened, she said she had placed other candidates at that company and this is the first she had heard of the issue (she was very understanding and apologized for my bad experience). But it really does make me wonder why those people ultimately ended up leaving and if they had gone through something similar, but just didn’t speak up about it.

          • sagecreek

            Are you in the US? Because that crap’s illegal. I mean, they can ask, but it’s illegal.

          • Anna

            I live in Canada, so similar laws. I’ve never had this issue come up before, and as if the stress of the interview weren’t enough, I was completely caught off guard by what happened and had to weigh remaining professional vs. standing up for myself on the spot. In the end, I felt that going directly to the recruiter who had arranged the interview was the best course of action.

          • kimmeister

            It’s not illegal to ask. Any US company that has federal contracts is supposed to track that kind of thing, because the OFCCP runs audits to see if they any particular groups (such as women or minorities) are being disadvantaged by that company’s employment practices. What IS illegal is using those fields to discriminate in one’s employment practices (hiring, promoting, terminating).

          • sagecreek

            I’m pretty sure you are mistaken, but this isn’t the place to fight about it.

  • The Counselor

    I don’t know (or care) how much of that face is hers; regardless, that is an unacceptable nostril angle.

  • formerlyAnon


  • Trickytrisha

    I’ve seen the other still photos in this campaign, and I’ll be damned if a single one actually looks like her face. It’s bizarre. And disturbing.

  • Janet B

    I’m so glad you posted this.
    I need to prove to someone I’m not crazy in thinking that photo is horrible, you all are backing me up.

  • Kate4queen

    Which Nicole Kidman is that?

  • ShaoLinKitten

    I thought it was Sienna Miller. Quelle horreur.

  • Tanya Wade

    I can’t believe that is her. What a horrid thing to do to someone’s face. Although it’s not like she didn’t get the ball rolling herself. Sigh.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour


  • uprightcitizen

    I think I’m going to rent “Dead Calm” so I can remember what she looked like when she was an actual living person who was interesting to watch.

    • KinoEye

      Dead Calm was a good one. I think she was never more beautiful than in Eyes Wide Shut, as strange as that experience probably was for her.

  • stubbornthoughts

    Never would’ve guessed that was Nicole. Never. So, in theory, this celebrity endorsement is a total failure.

  • quiltrx

    What an AWFUL picture. I’m getting some weird Rachel Zoe/Sienna Miller mix from it and the video both…and I can’t stand either, so this is NOT working. Especially when you’re paying Nicole-level dollars for this endorsement. I want polish and elegance.
    And, well, I want those booties in the picture, too. They can come live with me and be my love.

  • Alyssa_T_Robot

    why spend the money on a high profile spokes-model and then completely obscure their identity? why did you even hire nicole kidman?!

  • Betsy

    Is she still relevant? She’s a shell of her former self in real life so the fakery of these photos is not surprising.

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    Zena Warrior Princess, WTF? Someone has got to tell Kidman she doesn’t have to keep trying to look like she’s 25 years old.

  • mommyca

    Somehow she reminds me of Diana Krall…. Weird picture!

  • JauntyJohn

    How many sets of eyes — trained professionals, ostensibly — looked at that picture and signed off on it before it went out?
    I can understand working at rarefied levels in certain industries may distort your ability to judge what the “rest of us” like or find attractive or cues us to buy, but if the very first word that pops in my head when I look at your print campaign is “wow, Nostrils!” and you are not selling me allergy medication a whole lot of people are missing the mark.
    Maybe it’s a play on the name? Ah…ah…ah…CHOO!
    (sorry, I had to.)

    • Wink

      Yep. This is what happens when a room of “yes-men/women” come together. No one has the nerve to speak up and say, “This looks terrible. Let’s try again. But, this time… more Nicole and less Photoshop.” Also, I’m sure that SHE (or her rep) signed off on it, too. Does she really believe she looks like this? Geez.

    • schadenfreudelicious

      Seriously,it reminds me when i would take a picture out of a magazine as a kid and draw in things..(in this case big black nostrils)…I would have finished her off the look with a pointy devil beard and giant glasses though…

    • icm

      snorted when I read that .

  • mjmiller77

    emaciated and stoned. nice look. not.

  • Scott Cooper

    Desperation is never pretty.

  • LJCdoc

    They obviously couldn’t afford Nicole Kidman, so they hired Rachel Zoe to pretend to be Nicole Kidman. Only possible explanation.

  • ugliness

  • cocohall

    Is Sunday Rose already grown up and modeling? We are supposed to BELIEVE that is is Nicole? Who is soon to appear as the wife of Colin Firth in Railway Man? As an adult woman? I just don’t get it. I don’t get why she would allow this – is her career really so fragile that she doesn’t have veto power over her likeness in an ad campaign? Even worse thought – she does have approval and signed off on this. It is no wonder so many women suffer from body dysmorphia – this is appalling.

    • Do you remember her V magazine cover a year or two back when she exposed her ass cheeks? I smell mid-life crisis.

      • cocohall

        Oh that’s right. It must be a weird household. Her husband, who is otherwise adorable, appears weekly on American Idol with the most preposterous comb-forward hair in efforts to cover his receding hairline. I mean, I get it, looking in the mirror every morning can be alarming – wrinkles and jowls and age spots seem to literally appear overnight. And I don’t depend on my image for work. But these two have gone from optimistic (I STILL look good! I can pass for 30!) to delusional. Aint nobody been fooled for awhile, you two. Does it say somewhere on your passports that America will kick you out if you age?

        • demidaemon

          No, but nursing home culture probably does not help. See any ad for assisted living on television right now.

  • ChiKat67

    Having just seen her (live) on Kimmell last week, I can attest that she DOES NOT look at all like this photo.

  • Skippymom1

    She Jacko’d her nose. It’s horrible. oh.

  • poorellensmith

    I mean…what does that…I mean…is that really…huh?

    • Darcy H

      I wish I could give you more than one upvote because you seriously just articulated exactly what went through my head.

  • TippiH

    Physics says those microscopic legs couldn’t support a full-size, grownass adult.

    • vitaminC

      Luckily they don’t have to, since the only strain they experience is propelling Nicole’s leftover surgical scraps down various red carpets.

  • Angela

    Is it wrong that all I see is: Creeper Boots!!! And my jubilation cancels out everything else?

  • kimmeister

    She’s channeling Liz Phair.

    • sojourneryouth

      After Liz Phair smoked several blunts.

    • SewingSiren

      I was thinking Jack Nicholson in The Shining.

  • Glammie

    I don’t mind the photo as a fashion photo–but it’s got zero to do with Nicole Kidman–they’ve just photoshopped out anything but the vaguest outlines of her, so why use her instead of 16-year-old Russian model? Clearly Nicole’s into the most anti-aging stuff money can buy, but she’s so frozen in time that she’s no longer an actress.

  • E. D.

    God I hope that’s bad Photoshop and not more surgery.

    • Shawn EH

      Uncanny Valley disasterpiece.

  • Pennymac

    Did they color her nostrils in? W. T. F.?

  • SierraDelta

    Is any human being’s neck really that long naturally?

  • LaSylphide

    Who??? Who are these people and what have they done with Nicole Kidman and Christina Hendricks???

  • Eva_baby

    WTF indeed. Not only for ‘What the Fuck.’ but also ‘Who the Fuck?’ … As in ‘Who the fuck is this person cuz it sure as hell does not look like Nicole.’ And ‘Why the Fuck?’ …As in ‘if that really is her, Why the fuck did she do that to her face and hair?’

  • Sunraya

    Who is it? I think it’s the lips, they are all wrong. As are the clothes, or lack thereof. And the bag. Shoes are cool.

  • Sunraya

    Oh, and I love your new award! I’m hoping there will be a show to go with it.

  • Jecca2244

    i think that’s actually Sienna Miller….

  • Deenice

    if it wasn’t Nicole “who is that face?” I would actually be okay with this photo. But to take a woman in her 40′ and make her face look like a twenty something? Ugh! It’s beyond offensive and this is coming from a forty something year old woman who has that body shape still and is proud to not have auto photo shop shenanigans. I do enjoy the bag and boots though and the cute guy on the bike can stay as well!

  • Judih1

    YUCK. Nicole wasn’t exactly the sex goddess even in her youth. Why is she trying to become one now as she is 50. This is just all kinds of bad. The pose,the photoshopping, the shoes. Hate it

  • o_O

  • demidaemon

    I am so up for the Nikkies, just for the hilarity that will result.

    This, though, I can’t. I couldn’t even with just the thumbnail.

  • SewingSiren

    it’s like one of those paintings on black velvet, except not as realistic.

  • Gatto Nero

    Scary and disturbing.
    Photo editors have lost all touch with reality — to the point where they seem to be taunting us.

  • Linda Leeson

    Hey! When did heroin chic come back?

  • antonialee

    What? Is she like seventeen years old here?

  • Presumptuous Insect

    Her lips look ridiculous.

  • cass1n1nk

    Perhaps Nicole was just not feeling herself that day? Elle ‘O Elle.

    Must say that I have learnt a lot reading these comments. I had to google the word ‘apropos’ and the former red bob Nicole but now I know what both are about. And, as much as I love Piceans, my suspicion that they sometimes see themselves as martyrs was confirmed. Nicole is a Gemini btw which may account for her ‘other side’ that we are seeing here. That’s my theory anyway…

  • I predict she’s half of the next celebrity couple “UNCOUPLING”….

  • awtchy1

    That’s the most expression I’ve seen in her face in a long time… which is kind of ironic, if you think about it.

  • Bozhi

    You would think if you paid for Nicole Kidman you would want her to look like Nicole Kidman.

  • luluransom

    Wait–whaaa? There is no freaking way you can convince me that’s Nicole Kidman. No. Freaking. Way.

  • Carleenml

    Apparently there’s some new logic – that if you’re going to extend their bodies, arms, and legs into oblivion – you have to extend the length of their heads as well to make it look, uh, normal. Yeah, that’s it. Tipping Point. Reached.

  • Shawn EH

    These are the lengths to which one must go to achieve any level of sex appeal with Darling Nikki these days.

  • MannahattaMamma

    The subtitle for this ad campaign is: Fear of Aging, starring Nicole Kidman’s forehead.

  • AnaRoW

    What did they do to her nostrils? And why do they have her dressed like Tom Cruise in Risky Business?

  • Sweetvegan

    Why hire Nicole Kidman if you’re going to airbrush her beyond recognition?!

  • SportifLateBoomer

    Despite the fact that the still beautiful Nicole Kidman looks like some kind of a bot of herself, I still want all the things: shoes, bag, bracelets. Does that make me a shallow and bad person?

  • kategs

    I grant you she’s shopped beyond belief but Rachel? No way.

  • Clash D

    Hahaha. No WAY that this is Nicole Kidman. It doesn’t even look like her – and that’s not a compliment.