“The Glorias: A Life on the Road” Star Alicia Vikander For Harper’s Bazaar Magazine

Posted on March 14, 2019

Alicia Vikander covers the April 2019 issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine photographed by Mariano Vivanco and styled by fashion editor Miguel Enamorado.

 

 

On her appearance of self-confidence: “In this industry, you must be willing to throw yourself out there, which I enjoy. I’m good at hiding all those nerves inside. Something I’ve heard all my life is, ‘Oh, you seem so tough.’ I think one of the main things I do well is to not show that I’m shitting my pants.”

On being optimistic about the future for women in entertainment: “It’s sad that a lot of us women haven’t had the opportunity to work together because not enough women were being hired. Suddenly we found a way not only of reaching out and getting to know each other but forging relationships that lead to creative collaborations. I’m working on several projects right now with girls that I met over the past year. That in itself is wonderful proof that a big change has happened.”

Author Gloria Steinem [whom Alicia portrays in the upcoming film The Glorias: A Life on the Road] on Alicia: “Alicia and I are thousands of miles and five decades apart, yet we both grew up wanting to be first a ballet dancer and then a lawyer—a combination of art and activism. I think we would have been friends as children, and it’s a miracle that we’re meeting now, across continents and time. We both found work that we love—writing and acting—and we use it to make the invisible visible.”

On deleting Instagram after one month: “I realized early on that social media was not good for me; I personally didn’t find the joy in it.”

 

Style Credits:
Cover: Dress and necklace by Louis Vuitton
First Image: Dress, earrings and shoes by Louis Vuitton
Second Image: Dress with Embroidered Cape and Shoes by Louis Vuitton

[Photo Credit: Mariano Vivanco/Harper’s Bazaar Magazine]

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