i like her and hate her at the same time. sometimes she has a quite fabulous sense of style, very unique... but then she goes off and wears whatever is hot at the moment and every teeny bopper on the island is wearing what she wears.
there is even this one store at the major mall in Honolulu that has a display with all of her press releases wearing clothes that they carry, and they update it all the time. *annoys me to death*
but I like her on film...
From what I 've read, Cameron Diaz has been known battle terrible acne all her life. She tends to have flare ups on any given day. The press documents this and its kind of embarrasing for her. Perhpas that is the reason for the idea to hide her face.
Review (206 pages)
Age Of Innocence (16 pages)
Photographers: Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin
Fashion Editor: Joe McKenna
Fashion Assistants: Michael Philouze and Sara Beltran
Hair: Luigi Murenu
Make-Up: Diane Kendal
Manicure: Deborah Lippman
Model: Lily Cole
- B/W/C studio editorial. Lily Cole looks adorable in each shot.
Dance Fever (16 pages)
Photographer: Michael Thompson
Fashion Editor: Joe Zee
Fashion Assistant: Ryan Hastings
Choreographer: Doug Varone
Set Design: Tom Bell
Hair: Serge Normant
Make-Up: Dick Page
Models: Amanda Moore, Erin Wasson, Jessica Miller, Liisa Winkler Adam, Kevin and Brandon G., Damon Rutland, Anderson
Dancers: Ryan Corriston and Erin Owen
- Heavily inspired by Alexander McQueen's S/S 2004 show which was also inspired by The Shoot Horses, Don't They?. Think of this one as the sequel to Fashion Marathon of Vogue Italia March 1997 by Steven Meisel
Splendor In The Grass (18 pages)
Photographer: Mario Sorrenti
Fashion Editor: Karl Templer
Fashion Assistants: Sarah Ellison and Anna Neill-Herrington
Make-Up: Aaron DeMey
Model: Querelle Jansen
- Beautiful. No other words can't describe this one. Querelle is such a perfect choice.
|2004, cameron, diaz, february, magazine, michael, thompson|