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^Great boots at the after party and she looked lovely at the screening, very classic look, I like the short hair on her.

 
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The new hairdo makes her hair look so much more healthy and the colour works better for her too IMO

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She's been brave lately about changing her hair up -- dying it red for Still Alice, and now chopping it off. I've always loved her as a dark blonde.

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She's been brave lately about changing her hair up -- dying it red for Still Alice, and now chopping it off. I've always loved her as a dark blonde.
Now she cut it for her upcoming role in "90 Minutes in Heaven"

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Yay, the hair looks great on her! I am so glad that the bob is so trendy right now because all of these girls with petite frames/features look so much better. The long waves were too overwhelming.

 
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Love love love the hair.

 
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Cover story for Marie Claire UK March 2015

Photographer: David Roemer
Stylist: April Hughes
Hair: Peter Gray
Make-up: Kristin Gallegos at The Wall Group
Manicure: Katherine St. Paul Hill
Prop Styling: Cooper Vasquez at The Wall Group
Words: Jane Mulkerrins

Actress: Kate Bosworth

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^Lovely spread there. Wishing it will inspire her to freshen up her own daily style.

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Kate Bosworth Stars in Elle Canada & Reveals Her Thoughts on Feminism

Actress Kate Bosworth lands the March 2015 cover story from ELLE Canada, wearing a rock chic look from Saint Laurent. Inside the issue, she wears looks from the spring collections photographed by Max Abadian with styling by Juliana Schiavinatto. For her interview, Kate talks about feminism and Emma Watson’s speech at the UN on the matter, she says, “I was so moved by her…I think the word ‘feminist’ should feel inclusive and be about equality rather than a tipped scale. She high*lighted that so brilliantly.” / Art Direction – Brittany Eccles, Makeup by Melanie Inglessis, Hair by Bridget Brager


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Elle Canada March 2015: Kate Bosworth By Max Abadian

Stylist: Juliana Schiavinatto
Hair: Bridget Brager
Make-up: Melanie Inglessis
Art Direction: Brittany Eccles
Article: Sarah Laing

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That Elle shoot is sooo gorgeous, especially the last shot in the Prada dress.

 
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Coca Cola Bottle: An American Icon at 100 exhibition at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, February 26



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Love & Peace
Model Kate Bosworth
Photographer Steven Pan
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She’s been in the public eye from the age of 14, but behind closed doors, KATE BOSWORTH’s twenties were turbulent. Now she’s ready to share the secrets of self-acceptance and an exciting new chapter. By NATALIE EVANS-HARDING.

“Haze,” calls director Michael Polish, “more haze,” and smoke seeps into the frame of his forthcoming movie 90 Minutes In Heaven. Night has fallen and a film crew just shy of a hundred is huddled in a tiny bungalow on the sleepy outskirts of Atlanta, in 23°F temperatures, preparing to wrap for the day. Despite a 4am wake-up call, the atmosphere is upbeat and proactive, bustling with people.

Kate Bosworth is on set, though you wouldn’t know it. Polish’s leading lady – both on- and off-screen – shuffles through the crowd, joking with the crew, navigating around cameras to say hello to her husband and director. She is dressed as an ’80s schoolteacher. “Dowdy!” she laughs, as her outfit is photographed for continuity.

There is something vulnerable and unassuming about Bosworth, almost a misfit in the Hollywood glare. She is not gregarious; rather she is thoughtful, intelligent and newly candid. “I was quite armored for a lot of years,” says the 32-year- old, admitting that her 30s have brought her peace. “I had been going through such a hard time [in my 20s]. I felt like it was me and my experience was unique, when actually everyone goes through these challenges.”

The young Bosworth was afraid to acknowledge any weakness, but then one evening, over dinner with her friend, model Helena Christensen, her doubts bubbled over. “I hadn’t seen Helena in a while, and I just said to her, ‘God, I am struggling… I’m feeling quite lost.’ And she replied, ‘You should have called me! I have been through that so many times.’ And that was when the penny finally dropped. I thought, ‘OK, I need to share my life, particularly with more women, and feel comfortable about being vulnerable.’”

Bosworth’s first movie role was in Robert Redford’s The Horse Whisperer, when she was just 14 years old. Afterward, she completed her high-school education, but deferred a sought-after place at Princeton University to pursue acting. “I moved around so much and I was losing friends every time I left; each time I had to start over,” she says. “I had to learn to be an adult friend: if we move apart that’s ok, that’s life, and maybe we’ll be friends again when we are back in sync.” Eventually, Bosworth met with a guidance counselor. “I don’t think I’d be where I am without her,” says the actress. “She gave me a lot of important tools to understand the person I wanted to be, without the confusion of the bumps and bruises you get growing up. I didn’t go to college, so I was thrown into: ‘Now you pay rent, now you go to auditions, now you make an impression on the world’, at 18 years old.

“If I could impart advice,” Bosworth continues, “it would be to find mentors – as many as possible. I started too young and I had to white-knuckle it a little bit. I kept things too bottled up. I just put my head down and fought through it, and I wish I had sought more guidance.”

Meeting Polish seems to have been another breakthrough for her. “I found love with him as a director first,” she explains. While filming Big Sur in 2011 together, the actress became anxious that Polish might not cast her again in another movie. “It started to twist from, ‘I want to work with him all the time’, to ‘I want to be with him all the time.’ And I remember thinking that wasn’t normal, and maybe this wasn’t just an artistic connection,” she recalls. The romantic feeling was reciprocated (the couple married in 2013), but the artist-muse connection is strong, too: Polish has cast her in three movies in the five years since they met. “I think most actors do their best work when they find the right director,” says Bosworth, “whether it’s Scorsese and De Niro, or Penélope [Cruz] and [Pedro] Almodóvar, they find their person. It is a shorthand, and a very special relationship.”

Scrolling through an assortment of beautiful stills from 90 Minutes In Heaven, saved on Bosworth’s phone, it is clear that she and Polish both share an appreciation for artistic cinematography. But their collective ambitions are bigger than the niche of conceptual art-house cinema. “I know Michael is ready to make bigger movies, [but] he wouldn’t change his style,” says Bosworth. “It’s like Chris Nolan going from Memento to Interstellar. For every artist, [they] get an idea and [they] really want to push it.”

When it comes to her own career, Bosworth has gained new perspective. “Michael said to me, ‘You have to be patient, because you’re going to hit that next chapter where you’re going to settle into yourself, and that’s when things are going to get really interesting,’” she explains. “Look at people like Penélope Cruz, or Michelle Pfeiffer [Bosworth’s style muse] – she was 30 when she started getting her main roles. When you’ve earned this place, you start to understand how to utilize it a little bit more.”

There has been no such requirement for patience when it comes to Bosworth’s fashion projects. One of the few actresses that lives up to the often-overused title of ‘fashion icon’, she follows the shows every season, building a folder of favorite looks. “I don’t always get [to wear the samples] I’d like to, but I have an idea of what I’m attracted to every season,” she says. “I get excited when [designers] I admire are showing, because I want to see what they’re doing and support them.”

Such style resonance means that Bosworth is now onto a third fashion brand collaboration, the latest with Californian shoe company Matisse Footwear, which marks her first foray into shoes. Her chilly set trailer is currently housing multiple design samples. “It’s important for me to feel proud to bring something out,” she says. “I didn’t go to school for acting, I didn’t go to school for anything in the fashion world; all of this came about mainly from being around certain people I respect.”
Those people include Mike Gould, the recently retired CEO of Bloomingdales, and Terry Lundgren, the CEO of Macy’s, as well as some of the industry’s brightest designers, with whom Bosworth has forged close relationships. Olivier Theyskens, the Rodarte sisters, Erdem Moralioglu and Joseph Altuzarra are just some of the names she counts as friends, though it is Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler whom Bosworth credits with really shedding light on the ins and outs of designing a collection.

The support and inspiration she has received from others has also given Bosworth a desire to reciprocate. “I feel like I am at a place where I can impart some guidance to younger actresses who are interested in knowing what the experience was like,” she says. “We have this pressure today to say, ‘Everything’s fine, I’m doing great, I’m succeeding’. But it’s OK to say, ‘It’s been a really tough year, and I’m not sure what my purpose is.’”

Bosworth’s own purpose, then, is clear to her at last.
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