Drew Barrymore covers the February 2018 issue of InStyle Magazine photographed by Anthony Maule and styled by Catherine Newell-Hanson.
On growing up: “I’ve grown and changed and evolved throughout the years, but I’m not, in spirit, that different from the kid in the pictures wearing giant poofy dresses. I just had a lot of rebellion that had to calm down.”
On collecting her first paychecks as a toddler and legally emancipated at 14: “From a young age I was overly passionate and thought everything lived and died in a professional atmosphere because, back then, it was really all I had,” she says. “I didn’t have a family. I’ve been working as long as I can remember.”
On not needing a relationship right now: “My daughters are so fulfilling that I feel like my cup is just avalanching over. If love took on a physical analogy form, I’d be an overstuffed turkey or piñata. So I’m not really hungry for it at this moment. I don’t think I would have ever known that I could be this content, this whole, without being in a romantic relationship. That would have been a surprise to my younger self.”
Cover: Céline Dress from the Spring 2018 Collection
First Image: Michael Kors Collection Pullover from the Spring 2018 Collection
Second Image: Alix Bodysuit | Chanel Fine Jewelry | Chanel Jewelry
[Photo Credit: Anthony Maule/InStyle Magazine, vogue.com]