Miss Naomi is the epitome of Betty Draper-style retro ladylike chic for the cover of T&C. And is that not exactly what one should be for the cover of T&C? The answer is yes.
Naomi Watts covers the September 2014 issue of Town & Country magazine photographed by Victor Demarchelier.
Rochas Dress | Donna Karan New York Belt | Jimmy Choo Shoes | Harry Winston Necklace and Bracelets.
On her role choices: “I’d rather be a character actress and have longevity—as much of it as I can—than kid myself into believing I’m always going to be a leading lady, you know?”
On the prevalence of plastic surgery in the industry: “I’m really just feeling my way. This being an industry town, that self-consciousness just pervades. There are days when I feel victorious that I have, you know, gotten this far [without plastic surgery]. But there are a million days when I look in the mirror and think, ‘I’m going to do it.'”
We have to say, she takes to the look as well as January Jones does (which is to say, very well), but that hair looks like she slept on it and just woke up.
Major kudos to the stylist, who totally re-envisioned that dress with some judicious pinning and flouncing.
Also: “I haven’t had plastic surgery yet, but sometimes I seriously think about it,” is celebrity for “I’ve had some procedures done and plan on having more in the future.” Trust. Call us cynical if you must, but we wrote the book on the matter.
Okay, we wrote A book on the matter.
[Photo Credit: Victor Demarchelier for Town & Country Magazine, IMAXTree]