Nina Dobrev dazzles in this designer fashion photo shoot
From the moment Nina Dobrev burst onto the scene 10 years ago in The Vampire Diaries, she became a huge fan favorite. Now the Bulgarian-born actress shows her killer instinct for comedy in the CBS’ new sitcom Fam.
In this exclusive fashion shoot, Nina Dobrev channels old Hollywood glamour and film noir in full color. Swipe through to see these breathtaking portraits of the stunning star styled by Katie Bofshever and captured by Jason Kim—including web-exclusive bonus images.
Don’t miss the March-April 2019 issue of Watch! featuring Nina Dobrev, on newsstands now!
Dress by Maria Lucia Hohan. Shoes by Rupert Sanderson. Earrings by Shee’s Fine Jewelry.
Margot Robbie by Max Doyle for Harper’s Bazaar Australia March 2018
All Eyes on Margot Robbie Photography: Max Doyle. Stylist: Naomi Smith at The Artist Group. Hair: Sophie Roberts at The Artist Group. Makeup: Linda Jefferyes at The Artist Group. Actress: Margot Robbie.
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While Daisy Ridley’s anonymity earned her the role of a lifetime, she has now emerged as a force beyond Star Wars. At 25, the London-born actress is unafraid to be vulnerable and unwilling to let the magnitude of the franchise define her budding career. Our November cover star let us in on the profound influence of her family, why she insisted on “growing up” out of social media’s glare, and how she coped with the stunning fame of Star Wars. Here, we bring that strength and versatility into focus with a series of gritty, action movie–inspired shots. See her cruise through the air in cascading Gypsy Sport and glide across metal grates in Valentino haute couture in this month’s cover slideshow.
Atlanta-born Hit the Floor and Powers star Logan Browning exudes beauty, grace, and passion in all that she does, even when she’s playing the “mean girl” we all love to hate or even hate to love.
Embarking on her newest project as Samantha White in Netflix’s adaptation of the 2014 film Dear White People, making its debut in 2017, the rising actress tells us about her guilty pleasures, dating, self worth, and staying true to herself. Be sure to catch her in Hit the Floor’s one-hour special this Labor Day, September 5.
“For me, it’s hard to pick a favorite role because each one holds a special place in my heart.”
Logan Browning by Dominique Barchus
Sharon Tate in Photos: Remembering the Tragic Star Forty-five years after Sharon Tate’s brutal murder, in 1969, when she was just 26 years old and eight months pregnant with her first child with husband, Roman Polanski, the people who knew her best—including her sister Debra Tate, Polanski, and many others close to the actress—celebrate Tate’s life through stunning photographs (some of which have never been published) and poignant memories in Debra Tate’s new book, Sharon Tate: Recollection, out June 10. Below, see some of Tate’s most iconic images featured in the book, which highlights the actress’s unparalleled beauty, brief film career, and lasting influence. — by Lenora Jane Estes
photographed by Jean-Jacques Bugat, 1967
in character for her first film, Eye of the Devil, 1966.
photographed by Hatami, in 1969, the year she was murdered.
Claire Holt in Glamaholic Magazine, March 2014 Issue Action, drama, comedy… she wants to do it all. She loves to challenge herself. Actress Claire Holt talks to Glamoholic about her role on the CW’s “The Originals”, her very first auditions and making it in America.