- May 2013
- Model: Christina Hendricks
- Photographer: Max Abadian
- Stylist: Lawren Sample
In honor of one of my favourite shows, here is the stunning Christina Hendricks on the cover of the May issue of Canada’s Flare Magazine making this her second cover for the publication. Dressed in a vibrant canary yellow dress from Stella McCartney, Christina gives her best come hither gaze that she has become known for on HBO’s Mad Men.
For the accompanying editorial shoot Christina dons garments from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Stella McCartney and more including one of her favourites, L’Wren Scott. Overall the looks had a very 50s, 60s italian seaside vibe that fit very well with Christina’s playful, retro sex appeal and the Beverly Hills home that surrounded her.
Inside the issue Christina talks rejection, paparazzi and starring in Ryan Goslings new film:
On being rejected in the industry:
“I’ve been to a million auditions and have been rejected a million times, so it’s something that I’m used to. You’re either right for it or you’re not right for it. You could leave thinking you had the best audition in the world and they say you don’t look like the person I imagined.”
“I’m not out doing crazy things! I’m just not that famous, to be honest. I get to live a very normal life. I don’t have a situation like Jennifer Aniston, where I have people camped outside my house. I can take the garbage out and walk down the street and have ramen and it’s fine.”
On starring in Ryan Goslings new film ‘How To Catch A Monster’:
“Talk about feeling intimidated. Ryan called me and asked me if I was interested in doing this film and I said: ‘One, of course, yes, and two, why me? And three, I don’t want to disappoint you.’ He’s been fantastic, involving me artistically and letting me be along the road of casting and costume design. I’ve seen story boards and imagery and I’ve heard music. It’s the largest role I’ve ever had, so this is one I’m definitely aware of my anxiety about.”
For a behind the scenes look at her cover shoot make sure to check out the video below.
Would ‘sorry’ have made any difference? Does it ever? It’s just a word. One word against a thousand actions.
by Wu Tang
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