“I’m so grateful to be in a position of power and to have more creative control,” she says. “That is embraced and encouraged now”

Taking Control
Margot Robbie is many things—a chameleonic actor, an up-and-coming producer, a bridge between old Hollywood and new. Just don’t call her a bombshell. By Irina Aleksander. Photographed by Inez & Vinoodh.

In the years since she faced down Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jordan Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street, Margot Robbie has persuasively staked her claim as far more than a so-called “bombshell,” a characterization that the actress strongly resents. “I’m not someone who walks in a room and the record stops and people turn like, ‘Look at that woman’,” she tells Irina Aleksander in our July cover story. A better word, at least by fellow Aussie Nicole Kidman’s estimation, would be “powerhouse,” and it fits: Next month, she is starring in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (fulfilling a career goal of working with filmmaker Quentin Tarantino) and Robbie’s now five-year-old production company, LuckyChap, has an extraordinary slate of female-fronted films currently in development. Here, in her cover slideshow, see the boundary-breaking star assume a few more roles in evocative looks by Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Michael Kors, Chanel, Versace, Celine, and Burberry. Photographed by Inez and Vinoodh.

more at Vogue

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Supermodel

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen takes the cover story of American Vogue‘s July 2018 edition captured by fashion photography duo Inez and Vinoodh. For the session fashion editor Tonne Goodman selected pieces from Ralph Lauren Collection, Poiret, Hunza G, Dior, Kenneth Jay Lane, La Perla, Dries Van Noten, Edun, Soko, Tabula Rasa, Peter Pilotto, Chan Luu, Alexander McQueen, and Bottega Veneta. Beauty is work of hair stylist Christiaan, and makeup artist Dick Page. Produced by Paulina Cubero for Habitant Productions.

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Supermodel
Gisele Bundchen by Inez and Vinoodh
more at Design Scene

A New Light

After a near decade in the spotlight, Jennifer Lawrence looks to the next phase in her career-and life.
Photography by Inez and Vinoodh

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True Grit
She may be the highest-paid actress in the world, but Jennifer Lawrence has had a tough year: an emergency landing, a romantic breakup, and her (reluctant) first nude scene, for this month’s Red Sparrow. Krista Smith hears about all of it, and more, over a home-cooked dinner at Lawrence’s house…

more in Vanity Fair – March 2018