Scarlett Johansson for Glamour Magazine

Posted on April 09, 2014

We don’t credit her for being much of a model, but we think the gal needs some props for this one:

 

 

Scarlett Johansson covers the May 2014 issue of Glamour magazine in Lanvin photographed by Tom Munro and styled by Sabina Schreder.

 

Because who could wear a metallic red jumpsuit and make it look … mostly not horrible? Or at least, not as horrible as it should look, by all rights.

On playing young women: “When I made Lost in Translation, I was 17, and now I’m 29…. I think I’ve been ‘in my early twenties’ for, like, over a decade! That’s a normal side effect of being a young actor. You’re captured in a certain time of your life, and it’s hard for people to move past that.”

On her role in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”: “I had some pretty rad fight sequences in Avengers, but a lot of the fighting in Winter Soldier is hand-to-hand. It’s brutal, street-fighting style… such a weird thing: I kinda got career-sidetracked in the superhero lane—happily! But I never thought I’d have, like, sports injuries.”

On why she doesn’t like the nickname ScarJo: “I associate that name with, like, pop stars. It sounds tacky. It’s lazy and flippant. And there’s something kind of violent about it. There’s something insulting about it.”

On how living in Paris has changed her sense of style: “The nice thing about being in Paris is that you know everybody’s looking at what you’re wearing: You have an audience, you know? New York is about street style that’s functional. A Paris look is not functional! It doesn’t matter if your shoes are comfortable. Here [in New York] you can still wear your Nikes. In Paris you suck it up. You hobble around. Although my girlfriends in Paris and I decided we’re adopting the trend of athletic streetwear ’cause we got sick of it. I was like, ‘I am sick of not feeling my big toe after two hours of dancing!'”

 

We had a discussion about the ScarJo thing (because that’s our life now: discussions about purely trivial celebrity complaints) and we think she’s got a valid beef here. Her given name is very pretty, distinctive and memorable. The nickname really does sound kind of ugly. We don’t think we’ve over-used it, but we’re going to make a concerted effort to back away from it.

But you’ll have to pry “K Stew” out of our cold dead hands.

Lanvin Spring 2014 Collection

Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Blumarine Spring 2014 Collection

 

Those last two shots are some of the best picture of her we’ve ever seen. She favors somewhat elaborate or lacquered hair styles in her red carpet appearances, but the relaxed, wind-blown look is where it’s at for her. Love the Louis Vuitton, but the Blumarine dress is, well, a little silly.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Tom Munro for Glamour Magazine]

    • RussellH88

      I think she looks great.

      That cover photo is Everybody’s Working For The Weekend Loverboy Realness.

      • http://www.franticbutfabulous.com/ Heidi/FranticButFab

        And now I have that song in my head … ;)

    • SewingSiren

      She makes those ugly dresses look better than they deserve.

      • Lisa M. (ReVoir) Kramp

        Absolutely! The great film beauty of her generation and a damn fine actress, IMHO.

        • RussellH88

          I think she’s incredibly underrated. Her performance in Her was insane.

          • Lisa M. (ReVoir) Kramp

            Exactly.

    • Guest

      She’s a bonafide model in these shots if you ask me!!

    • alyce1213

      The cover shot looks like she’s packing down there. My favorite is the one in the purple Blumarine. It’s a beautiful photograph, and that color is beyond gorgeous on her,

    • Sarah

      Yeah, the Blumarine is missing from Dolly’s closet. She looks nice though, and not very ‘shopped.

      • kimmeister

        The Blumarine is clearly intended for showcasing cleavage, which she certainly has.

    • Scimommy

      Erm, is it just me, or did she just call JLo tacky? That’s immediately where my mind went after reading “tacky” and “popstar”.

      • boweryboy

        Well, if the Manolo Blahnik fits…

      • MilaXX

        yep I caught that shade as well

      • Cheryl

        Which, just made me love her just a little bit more. JLo is tacky with her fox fur eyelashes and white flowers.

      • Sobaika

        See, it made me think of JLaw. It’s not like she has any trouble bring taken seriously. And while Scarlett’s point may be valid, I think ‘violent’ was an odd word choice.

        • Nikko Viquiera

          Maybe because of the word Scar?

        • ballerinawithagun

          Scar makes it sound violent, Scarface always pops into my mind when I hear ScarJo.

    • Danielle

      I’m shocked by how much I love the purple Blumarine on her.

      • Shawn EH

        I think it’s very sexy. Not appropriate for every occasion, but I’m sure there are some she could use it for.

    • Lori

      Are jumpsuits really a thing now? That needs to stop.

      • MilaXX

        yep, Anne Hathaway wore and unfortunate one on Fallon last night

        • Qitkat

          Her and Jimmy’s whole bit was kind of odd, but they seemed to have a lot of fun with it. I didn’t mind the jumpsuit under the circumstances, it seemed to fit her well and suit the performance.

    • http://www.twitter.com/therunwayqueen TheRunwayQueen

      The crouched down, almost “waiting for the photographer to get ready” Louis Vuitton pose is my favorite. She is not trying to be sexy or cute or sell us anything and she is magnificent.

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOctocornNetwork International Model

      Well expressed sentiments on the “ScarJo” – my name is short and fairly unique (few women under 70 have it) and it’s nails on a chalkboard when someone abbreviates it. So, finally! I have something in common with Scarlett Johansson!

      • Ginny Ellsworth

        It’s Ursula, isn’t it? ;-)

        • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOctocornNetwork International Model

          That would be awesome – my husband is pulling for that name for potential offspring (Ursula K. LeGuin is his favorite author). I have a name with Russian connotations (it’s the name of the river in St. Petersburg named after Alexander Nevsky) that was gaining in popularity right before the Cold War.

          • KinoEye

            I think I figured it out — very cool name :-)

    • stubbornthoughts

      Totally agree with her on the celebrity nickname thing. I usually don’t use most of them, because I’d hate it if a bunch of people decided to call me something I don’t care for. Plus, the grammar nazi in me loathes abbreviations or shortcuts in any way.

      She looks marvelous here.

      • marlie

        Re: the celebrity nicknames, I do find myself doing it sometimes, and in the case of Scarlett here, it’s usually because I can’t remember how to spell her last name, and spelling someone’s name wrong is a bigger offense to me. Though I *refuse* to use the portmanteaus of celebrity couple names. I haaaaate those.

        • FrigidDiva

          THAT is my biggest pet peeve. It really bugs me when it comes to TV characters/couples and the whole “shipper” movement that exploded with fanfic. I don’t understand what’s so hard about saying two people’s names instead of having to try and shove both of them into one moniker.

          • demidaemon

            As if it’s really hard just to stick an “x” between the two names. This is one of the results of our textspeak culture.

    • Jacob Bowen

      I actually like the Blumarine because it necessitates a softer side of her that I really appreciate in these photos. She couldn’t play bombshell and sultry in that dress even if she wanted to, so I appreciate her modeling abilities more. Also, it is SO much less ridiculous the way they shot it, even though sheer polka dots are still not chic.

      • Kitten Mittons

        Oh lawd, I’m wearing a sheer polka dot top today!

        *rips shirt to shreds, goes shopping at lunch*

        • jilly_d

          Girl, I was wearing sheer polka dots yesterday. I ain’t mad at ya.

          • Kitten Mittons

            *duct tapes shirt back together*

        • Jacob Bowen

          As long as your sheer polka dots don’t come with matching purple polka dotted trim and a RIDICULOUS amount of coverage I am pretty sure it was a MILLION times better than this…

    • JauntyJohn

      I was merely “whelmed” when she came on the scene — neither “over” nor “under” — but she’s really grown on me, and I have to give it to her: Girl’s got Presence.
      This is a fantastic shoot and I love each look. She is Making It Work.

      • AnaRoW

        She’s actually been acting since she was 10 but she’s one of those that people forget was a child actor.

    • marlie

      I love her face in the Blumarine picture, though that dress is hideous. I’m not crazy about her expression in the Vuitton, and I HATE the face she’s giving on the cover. Also, that Lanvin jumpsuit is HIDDY.

      • Kathy

        To me open-mouth blue steel or duck face just looks stupid.

        • deelup

          That’s why I love the last shot. She always seems to be photographed with her mouth open. And given her voluptuous lips it ends up kind of blow up doll. But the last photo is her natural gorgeous self coming through.

          • Kathy

            This^. She doesn’t need to pucker up to be beautiful.

    • MilaXX

      She’s really trying but I don’t think anyone can make a red, metallic jumpsuit work. I understand what she is saying about the ScarJo moniker, but I don’t think it’s anything more than the result of having an unusual last name in a 140 character world.

    • Dandesun

      I love her for the commentary about the shoes in Paris and deciding to change it. “I’m sick of not feeling my big toe after two hours of dancing!” That’s right!

      I really wasn’t that familiar with Scarlett before she became the Black Widow. Her movies just weren’t the movies that I saw but I love her as Natasha and I love the interviews she gives, especially when she’s clearly fed up with the kinds of questions interviewers seem to feel is their right to ask ladystars. The big Avengers press junket where someone asks Downey this long existential question about Tony Stark and then she gets asked what kind of diet she went on to fit into her uniform… she put a spotlight right on that. And then another interview where someone was asking her if she wore underwear underneath her Widow suit and she’s like ‘Are you kidding me? Is that even appropriate?’ and the guy just did. not. get it.

      She looks great in these shots. I just wish reviews for The Winter Soldier would quit trying to relegate her as nothing more than an ‘asskicker in a leather unitard.’ Didn’t they see the movie? Natasha was way the hell more than that. Scarlett playing Natasha after the Nick Fury/Winter Soldier confrontation was beautifully done.

      She needs her own movie, dammit.

      • marlie

        I agree 100% about the questions that female actors get. It’s infuriating and demeaning. And despite the fact that I don’t particularly like Scarlett herself, she’s done a really good job as Black Widow, and I hope she gets her own movie as well!

        • sweetestsith

          I also don’t like Scarlett very much as a rule, actually I’ve said a variety of horrible mean things about her. She just irks me (at best) in most of the movies I’ve seen her in. That said, she blew me away in Winter Solider. 10 minutes in I was ready to BE her, and I previously hated her in the role. Her ability to transition between kicking ass and vulnerability really impressed me in Winter Solider. Kudos to her and the director, I saw the movie twice and loved her character just as much the second time. After that movie, I am ON BOARD with a Black Widow movie and will stop rolling my eyes about it being a “crappy fantasy spank bank” movie.

      • KinoEye

        I can’t think of any reason why she shouldn’t get her own movie. Winter Soldier pretty much left the door open for that, when she said she had to go away for a while and redevelop her persona after all her secrets were revealed. I think she’s great as Natasha, and men AND women would pay to see that movie. I was reading an article about The Avengers after it first came out, and Joss Whedon said his young daughter’s favorite character was Black Widow. It only makes sense — the boys have all kinds of superheroes to look up to in the Marvel universe. It’s about time the girls had one, too.

      • porcupie

        I don’t know, she did an interview with the Guardian recently and not to get in any fights with anybody here, but the stuff she said about Woody Allen (and how Dylan was ‘irresponsible’ for naming her for working with Allen, as it made her Google alert go off), and how she dropped Oxfam for Sodastream, make me rather hostile towards her.

        • demidaemon

          I’m a little on her side about the whole Woody Allen debacle. Okay, yes, he’s kind of skeevy, but he is also a great director. And, lots of directors in Hollywood are skeevy. Is it her job to go up to her new boss–especially when she’s still a somewhat new presence in the business–and say, “Hey, are you a pedophile? Because, if you are, I can’t work with you.”? No, I don’t think so. Cate Blanchett was getting the same criticism, which is also unfair. I have no idea what the latter scandal is about, so someone would have to inform me before I form an opinion.

          • Lori

            I think the criticism was over the fact that the stories about Woody have been out there for years, and they go rather past skeevy. They are not a secret. No one needs to ask him, “Hey, are you a pedophile?” they just need to decide who they believe and whether or not it matters to them in the context of deciding who to work with. There are arguments to be made for several answers to those questions, but I’m not sure there’s much of an argument to be made that Dylan was somehow way out of bounds to put SJ, or Cate, on the spot (The flack SJ’s gotten over the Sodastream thing is obviously entirely a pickle of her own making.)

            • demidaemon

              To me, it is like the following hypothetical: You have an opportunity for a great position. You take the position, obviously, because the new person you are working for has gotten great accolades for their work. Late on down the line, it comes out that the person may potentially be some sort of socially disregarded criminal (fill in the blank here). You, personally, had no knowledge of this (you didn’t witness it; you weren’t involved in it. All you know comes from news sources/the victim/possible gossip) but yet you are being called out along with that person. Is it fair that you are being called out along with this person? I think not.

              It’s not like they were there watching Dylan and Woody together. I don’t think it is quite fair. Just my two cents.

            • Lori

              Using this standard no one ever has to do anything about child abuse that they personally did not witness, which is basically all of it, especially if it’s going to cost them something. That’s an argument that can be made, but I don’t think Dylan or anyone else in Dylan’s position is beholden to make it or agree with it or shape their behavior in accordance with it.

              Ultimately, SJ was annoyed and made a bit uncomfortable by being named in the most recent dust up of this very old scandal. I don’t think she’s the one people need to be worried about. Regardless of whether one believes Dylan or Woody, there are a whole bunch of people in the sympathy line ahead of SJ. From a PR standpoint she would have been better off to suck it up. The appearance of whining at an abuse victim is rarely helpful for one’s public image. The thing that surprised me was that she didn’t know that.

            • demidaemon

              I am not defending Woody Allen here, and, if this truly happened to Dylan, she certainly deserves to state it and bring it to the public’s attention. However, I think calling out those who have worked with her is a really low move that does not really benefit anyone. It makes Dylan look petty, takes away focus from the real problem, and generally causes unneeded drama. If they worked with him after this all came out, fine. However, I don’t think it is really fair to call out people who were not involved in any way with what happened. I don’t think she was whining, anyways. Again, just my thoughts.

            • AnaRoW

              I don’t know. I remember hearing briefly about the allegations and then all of sudden it was dropped. Accusations of wrongdoing aren’t really enough of a reason to refuse to work with someone especially when they weren’t pursued by the alleged victims. Anyone can accuse anyone of doing anything. Dylan sort of makes it seem like they were complicit or knowingly ignored her allegations, when really neither she nor her mother did much about it.

            • Lori

              That isn’t exactly what happened, but I don’t think this is the place to go into it because it’s not about clothes. Out of respect for our beloved hosts I’m going to drop it.

          • snarkykitten

            Yeah no, sorry. guess as a CSA victim, I don’t have forgiveness in me for people who gloss over his behavior.

            • demidaemon

              I’m not defending his behavior in ANY way. I just don’t think Scarlett and Cate should be shoved into the same boat as him.

        • SRQkitten

          Yes, the woody Allen comments but moreso the soda stream decision, dropping Oxfam, doesn’t leave me with warm fuzzy feelings with her. So you’re not alone.

      • Alloy Jane

        Not sure what type of movies you are into but you should check her out in Match Point with Jonathan Rhys Meyers. It’s maybe a little strange but I like that in a movie and I love her character.

      • fursa_saida

        It’s amazing how consistently reviewers see a woman in an action movie and just assume it’s the same old thing. I read a review yesterday talking about the underlying romantic whatever between Natasha and Steve and wanted to law my eyes out. She is CONSTANTLY THROWING WOMEN AT HIM. ONE OF THE BEST THINGS ABOUT THIS MOVIE IS THAT IT HAD NO ROMANTIC SUBPLOT WHATSOEVER. The same thing happened with the Avengers – people just would not notice that Black Widow is the hinge of the entire plot, and always because of her mind. Come onnnnnnn.

      • Domo_Konnichiwa

        She’s the lead in the sci-action movie “Lucy” this summer.

    • wisenhar

      What is she doing with her lips in the first and second pictures?

    • Alexis Wenceslao

      She’s glowing in these pictures. Glad to see her in a different light, not that pin-up sex doll theme she always seem to be directed to.

      • oohsparkley!

        Scarlet’s lips are full and fine, she does NOT need to ducklip!

      • oohsparkley!

        Sorry I was trying to repond to wisenhar.

    • Jessica Freeman

      I can commiserate with her on unwanted nick names. Just because it was given, doesn’t mean you have to like it. It took my family many years to finally stop calling me the nickname I grew up with–and always hated. And Scarlett is such a pretty name to have it reduced to Scar is understandably disturbing.

      She does look great in the last 2 shots. I give her a golf clap for the cover shot. That red lame-esque fabric is horrific.

      • demidaemon

        People at work call me an abbreviation of my name that I hate, but I’ve just given up trying to correct them. BLARGH.

    • Nikko Viquiera

      Say no to ducklips Scarj…I mean Scarlett! The last photo makes a strong case against it! Just smile!

    • hughman

      When she’s wearing the purple Blumarine dress, how does her bracelet “fall up”?

      • wisenhar

        Pretty sure it’s a tattoo. It’s doing the same in the LV.

        • 25or6to4

          It’s definitely a tattoo.

        • hughman

          Got it. Thanks!

        • eandh99

          She has a tattoo of Thor’s hammer? because that looks a lot like the traditional design for Mjolnir

          • Sarah

            It is a charm that says “I ♥ NY” although it does look like Thor’s hammer

    • Beardslee

      I am contrasting this photo spread with the one of her a few months ago where they posed and photoshopped her into a vacuous doll. This is so much better! And the clothing (except for the jumpsuit) are lovely.

    • 25or6to4

      Her hair and makeup here suits her perfectly. Lovely!

    • SuzyQuzey

      On the cover, her face looks completely dead. Total corpse.

      • scoobynacks

        lmao I didn’t know that was a thing. Love.

    • KateShouldBeWorking

      She looks like Baby Chad Michaels in the cover shot.

    • decormaven

      Nicely directed shoot and she’s working it well in each shot. Thank the heavens Mr. Photoshop didn’t come to play this day.

      • kimmeister

        I think he did, though. Her face looks elongated to Cher-like length.

        • decormaven

          Yes, I see that now. At least her limbs, etc. haven’t been whittled to tiny sticks.

          • Sarah

            I mentioned myself that I didn’t think it LOOKED excessively altered, but I think it’s probably naïve to think that any magazine isn’t doing it to some degree. Therefore, I appreciate it when it isn’t totally obvious – like you said, she still has human arms. And her hair isn’t preternaturally smooth. I’m sure there was some waist-whittling and elongating, though; I expect that’s standard.

            • kayleymaybe

              Glamour actually had a story a while back about its photoshop policy and, from what I recall, stated that it would not alter body or face shape or size.

            • Sarah

              That’s really nice! I hope it’s true.

            • judybrowni

              Uh huh.
              Worked at Glamour’s sister magazine in the ’70s, pre photoshop.
              However, after I saw how the art department carved out the curves from a model’s thighs, using the tech of the period, didn’t give another thought to my own cellulite.
              Perfection wasn’t possible in actual humans.
              No such thing as a fashion mag not giving the art director some leeway.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QFW22QV426LUOEPGASPZJWJMDE MishaFoomin

        I’m impressed they didn’t edit out all the loose, frizzy hairs in the last picture. Makes it more real.

    • lamamu

      Does she ever take a pic with her mouth closed? Methinks she suffers from Jessica Simpson Syndrome. That’s not a good thing.

      • venusvelvet

        Her and Lena Dunham. Maybe they are usually slightly agape IRL.

    • Kayceed

      Boy howdy – that jumpsuit. She looks like she works on fancy cars in a fancy garage.

      • Janet B

        ….in a musical.

        • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

          Go, Greased Lightning.

          • Kayceed

            In my head she is just getting ready to break dance…

    • lunchcoma

      There’s a bit of a difference between not liking a nickname and considering it “violent.” I think she’d have a lot more luck convincing people to change the way they referred to her if she stuck with the former.

    • JauntyJohn

      Also… they left in all the “like…um…” again.
      Is that a thing now? It seems as if some stars they do and others not — but on the “not” one’s I cannot believe they answer in such complete, non-verbally-punctuated sentences.
      Frankly, on some I am not certain that they can answer in sentences at all.

      • demidaemon

        I noticed that as well and found it a bit strange.

    • HomeOfficeGirl

      Has she only been around since Lost In Translation? Seems like she’s been around a lot longer than that…

      • Cheryl

        Ghost World was the first film I saw her in, but I bet she was doing other stuff before that too.

      • KinoEye

        LIT was her big break, but I believe she’s been acting since childhood. Google tells me her first film was the almost-universally reviled North, in which she was 10 years old.

      • lindsmh

        She was pretty young when she did The Horse Whisperer. Like, pre-teen.

      • Judy_J

        The first time she appeared on my radar was “Girl With A Pearl Earring”.

    • Anglow

      My opinion is, she looks truly happy.

    • Musicologie

      I am not enjoying this romper/jumpsuit/coveralls trend. I will not participate.

    • Imasewsure

      Love that last picture but she still bugs… she’s lucky to be relevant enough to have a nickname so such it up ScarJo!

    • mmebam

      I like the nicknames and portmanteaus. They provide a household brand that I can get behind – separate from the person in question. However, I respected Debra Gibson when she wish to no longer go by Debbie, and I can respect Scarlett.

    • Sophie

      The Louis Vuitton picture is great, her smile on the Blumarine is fantastic. I’m going to continue calling her “ScarJo” in my head when I read this website because I can’t pronounce her name in English.

    • JP

      Can I just say I love that she used the word “rad”?

    • ballerinawithagun

      She is beautiful and a very good actor, remember she is only 29. Hate the abbreviated names, only for pop stars who usually name themselves, well maybe a committee at the label.
      How did all three designers go shopping in the bargain bin at the fabric store?

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      I think the last photo of her is the best one. I can’t take duckface anymore. And when will this trend of crappy, sheer clothing lay down and die?

    • KinoEye

      Always blows my mind that she was so young in LIT. Her best performance, in my opinion, and one I don’t think she’s matched since. Although this Under the Skin thing looks like it could be different. She looks good here, though I wish they hadn’t felt they needed to elongate her already long face. Her smile in the last shot is gorgeous.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      That Blumarine dress is hiddy, but Scarlett’s face is lovely. I can understand her feelings about that nickname-the celeb press is all too ready to stick one of those silly names onto whoever is hot.

    • Alloy Jane

      I like the sequined black lace dress? I must be sicker than I thought. I get her hatred for that nickname. Scarlett is a lovely name but ScarJo does kinda make me think of Killer Joe. And as someone who has a minor fit when my name gets mispronounced, I can understand how people not using her real name can feel insulting.

    • vitaminC

      You’ll have to pry “B Cum” out of our cold dead hands, too.

    • Aurumgirl

      The Blumarine dress is an insult to the concept of “dress”. But she looks good in the photo anyway.

    • beebee10

      She looks so much like Rosanna Arquette in that 2nd to last one, it’s spooky.

    • AthenaJ

      Hate that cover pic… the dead eyes, the fish lips, the hiddy jumpsuit – everything. Ok with the 2nd pic but absolutely love the 3rd! She looks effortlessly beautiful in that one. Regarding the nickname, I find it funny that she’s complaining her nickname sounds ‘violent’ while starring in action movies with fight scenes where there is plenty of violence (brutal street-fighting style hand to hand combat, in her own words). She’s playing a badass in the movies and her nickname sounds rather badass. Now if it were just her getting the shortened name treatment (like JLo once upon a time) I can see her having issues with it, but nowadays plenty of celebs get that. It’s nothing personal, just their names shortened because it seems to be the trend lately. Like all trends it will fade eventually.

    • AzSportsGirl

      Purple dotted swiss? On anyone over 8 is *always* a no.

    • suzq

      She models the best part of the Bluemarine dress. I’d like to imagine the that photographer captured her exact expression after somebody said, “You should wear that to a premiere!”

    • Little_Olive

      Yes, but that on the cover seems to be… not her body. Where the heck are her breasts? And I’m not loving the face she is giving. The other two are pretty good actually. The Blumarine dress works mostly as a baby doll (i.e. not outside of the bedroom), but she is carrying it very mell.

    • Chartreusite

      She’s a wonderfully underrated actress and I think she deserves way more credit than “she’s super hot”. Anyone who has the gusto to use her public sway to record a Tom Waits cover album deserves full-on praise. (Yes, unpopular opinion: that Tom Waits cover album was my favorite cd the year it came out and is something I always fondly look back on).

    • demidaemon

      I would love the second look more if she wasn’t doing the “I’m going to the bathroom! Guess which number?” pose.

    • uprightcitizen

      The last shot is gorgeous, but the first two are suffering from duckface (IMHO) and she doesn’t need to do that. Her lips are fantastic and don’t need any facial trickery to get your attention. And the first one is getting a bit into uncanny valley territory. Magazine photographers keep shooting women at these odd angles that make them look like they have enormous heads perched atop tiny little bodies. No wonder no one remembers what a real person looks like anymore.

      • yllas

        A lot of them HAVE enormous heads perched atop tiny wasted little bodies.

        I was hoping not to see that hideous tattoo on her inner arm, the one that looks like a sticker you’d give a first grader, but there it is.

    • Sunraya

      I love that Louis Vuitton picture! The Blumarine one is lovely, too, but the LV one – so cool and interesting. And she doesn’t sound vapid. I like that.

    • littlevase

      She looks like a blow up doll in the first two. Ugh.

    • Fuchsiaforever

      Scarlett looks great!

      K Stew- hahhahaha

    • holla

      I heart Scarlett no matter what. She can do no wrong!!!! and ditto on the LV.

    • sweetlilvoice

      She’s very talented….loved her the Black Dahlia, Lost in Translation and Ghost World. I wish she would go back to making those types of movies…but at least she’s having fun! Love the last photo.

    • sk8tfan

      I don’t blame her for not wanting to be nicknamed after a Disney villain. I almost think her beauty distracts people from how talented she is; part of why The Winter Soldier works is because she made her character layered and complex while beating up bad guys. And she sounds like a Nobel Prize winner compared to Kirsten Dunst.

    • andi56

      Holy cats, that photoshopped cover is a disaster! They ought to be arrested. These clothes are uber-ridiculous and aren’t doing her any favors.

      • yllas

        That cover is hideous, what’s with her face??? I didn’t recognize her. She’s very beautiful, but that cover picture is not good. She looks…I don’t know….heavy featured, cow-like, and like she’s trying to make a ‘serious’ face.

        • andi56

          Right on! Photoshop is such a scourge, but they just can’t help themselves.

    • Judy_J

      Just curious….is that a tattoo on her wrist? If not, the charm on the chain is defying gravity.

      • yllas

        It’s a tattoo, its in every picture.

    • snarkykitten

      Girl, that is not your body. And it’s a damn shame. She looks like a frekin bobble head

    • dschubba

      Her head and and her body both look great on the cover, just not together. Something’s off there.

    • Fjasmine

      Cry me a river, Scarjo. Wait till no one remembers your name then see how “violent” and “insulting” you think that nickname sounds.