Gal Power A day in the extraordinary life of Gal Gadot
Gal Gadot on Life, Love, Wonder Woman 1984—And How She and Her Family Are Coping With Crisis Photography by Annie Leibovitz
This story, reported before COVID-19 began to take hold in the U.S., went to press as profound changes to daily life were being seen across the country. Gal Gadot, like every one of us, has been affected—her children’s school closed, her projects on hold, including the June release of Wonder Woman 1984 (as of now, it has been postponed to August 14). Reached in Los Angeles in mid-March with her family, she was upbeat: “Obviously the circumstances are horrible and frightening, but we’re home and we’re trying to make the best of it—to enjoy the quality time. It’s so surreal. I’ve never been through times like these. But I’m also full of hope for when it will be behind us.”
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Moncler presents the brand’s Spring – Summer 2017 advertising campaign shot by renowned American photographer Annie Leibovitz with a form of communication which has again proven to be entirely unexpected and innovative.
Following the fairy-tale atmosphere and literary vision of the previous Moncler campaigns, the Spring/Summer 2017 imagery plays out along a surreal imaginary thread. The images are transformed into a chameleon-like camouflage which eliminates any certainty of reality. The protagonist is Chinese artist Liu Bolin, master of the impossible and the invisible, renowned for his allusive art in which only the silhouette of his body is visible against backdrops.
These Disney Dream Portraits by Annie Leibovitz take you from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, Jessica Biel, Russell Brand, Penelope Cruz and Jeff Bridges, Gisele Bundchen, Mikhail Baryshnikov and Tina Fey, Julianne Moore and Michael Phelps, Olivia Wilde and Alec Baldwin, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony.