“When I started modeling, it was just a job, and I was so excited—everything was so new, so crazy. I didn’t overthink anything. Cara Delevingne
While the 20-year-old self-described tomboy was amazed by her sudden rocket into the heart of the fashion universe (not to mention by just how tough all that runway walking can be), she is setting her sights on other stars—acting, making music, inventing, Nobel Prizes—as long as there’s plenty of goofing off to be done along the way.
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As the phenomenally successful Game of Thrones approaches its final season, Sophie Turner is embarking on the next chapter of her career. She talks to Sasha Slater about superheroes, sexism and saying goodbye to Sansa Stark.
Emilia Clarke On The Real Meaning Behind Her ‘Game of Thrones’ Tattoo. Her dragon ink has a far deeper meaning.
Given she’s spent most of her working life in a platinum blonde wig and an elaborate costume, you could be forgiven for not recognising Game of Thrones actress and ELLE Australia April 2019 cover star, Emilia Clarke, in her more everyday garb.
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Born to Reign
For the full interview with Emilia Clarke, pick up the April 2019 issue of ELLE Australia
Photography by Carter Smith
Legendary Miami fashion photographer Alessandra Fiorini has galvanized the public and her devoted followers with her sensual expressive work. Having worked with Maxim, MSM, and other fashion magazines, Alessandra’s recent work in a GUESS campaign showed off her phenomenal ability to capture the female form. Here she shares with us her passions, her origins, and her inspirations …
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Radiance of Spirit | Alessandra Fiorini
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“I’ve bought my first camera in 2006. I never got in touch with photography before. I visit Iceland for the first time in 2006 and started photography. With this trip my interest was awakened, and I steadily professionalized my hobby.”
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