The world’s most famous pop musician disappears into a role that’s a fun-house mirror version of her own rise.
I feel like I’m still a fetus,” says Lady Gaga, looking impeccably glamorous in a wide-belted black Alaïa dress, stabby heels, extravagant lashes, and dark brows, her platinum hair framing her face in soft waves. What she looks like (no doubt deliberately) is a midcentury Italian film star—Monica Vitti in some long-lost Antonioni picture, or a tiny, blond Sophia Loren. What she means is that she feels like she’s just getting started as an artist—that she’s only accomplished a fraction of what she still plans to do—but I have a hard time wrapping my head around this notion, considering the decade she’s just had.
Jenna Dewan is starting over. And it might just be her most exciting role yet. Photography by Mike Rosenthal
At her ELLE cover shoot in sunny Los Angeles, Dewan—who was interviewed by her friend, the hairstylist Jen Atkin—was optimistic about the future. Speaking about her new production company, Everheart, Dewan says she increasingly felt the need to make her own stories.
Throughout the shoot, Dewan dances, poses and reflects on the changes to come in her life. She feels a lot of inspiration, she says, to examine what she really wants from life.
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That’s the Way Love Goes Jenna Dewan by Mike Rosenthal
Cara Delevingne est l’égérie de la toute nouvelle campagne TAG Heuer. Face à un lion, elle ose prendre des risques et donne ainsi un nouveau souffle au motto “Don’t Crack Under Pressure”.
Raise your hand if you have a massive, can’t-stop-won’t-stop crush on Cara Delevingne.
Now put your hand down, because you’ll need it to scroll through this story. We met up with the actress / musician / model / style obsession this week in Manhattan, just after she debuted her mega billboard for the Tag Heuer campaign in Times Square. It stars a lion, a watch, and a wardrobe of Saint Laurent + Dior, and yes, there’s some magic involved.
Get ready to do a Delevingne deep dive, ahead.
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Deep Thoughts About the Construct of Time and Gender With Cara Delevingne
The Tag Heuer muse speaks!
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