Town & Country October 2020 : Sharon Stone by Michael Muller

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  1. vogue28

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    This is gorgeous, she looks so lively and the colours are something refreshing for autumn.
    Sharon is like red wine, she just gets better with age. She indeed got the last laugh
     
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    Love it! Sharon looks radiant.
     
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    Nice cover! Love the colors!
     
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    She certainly gives Hope for dignified aging.
     
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    LOVE it!!! it’s an amazing Fall colour and everything works well.

    I guess, Sharon Stone is promoting ‘Ratched’? the trailer looks great!!
    now, that I think of ‘Ratched’ and other series coming out soon, actresses are low on promos this year, no?

    I mean, we have ‘Mrs. America’ with an amazing cast (can’t remember seeing any of the actresses fronting a glossy), now ‘Ratched’ (there’s Sarah Paulson, and ‘Emily in Paris’ with Lily Collins, Lily James and Kristin Scott Thomas for ‘Rebecca’...

    #IswearIwatchmorethanNetflix
     
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    US Town & Country October 2020

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    Behind the Mask


    Photographer: Michael Muller
    Stylist: Paris Libby
    Hair: Rena Calhoun
    Makeup: Kara Yoshimoto Bua
    Cast: Sharon Stone

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    US Town & Country October 2020

    Fashion's New Narnia


    Photographer: Sam Cannon
    3D Set Designer: Zolloc
    Stylist: Marykate Boylan
    Hair: Nai'vasha
    Makeup: Emily Amick
    Cast: Luisana Gonzalez

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    US Town & Country October 2020

    Our Eyes & Ears


    Photographer: Pip
    Stylist: Fabio Immediato
    Hair: Carlos Ferras
    Makeup: Natalie Eleni
    Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy

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    Beautiful cover perfect for this type of magazine though the hat looks a little odd.
     
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    Good cover, but I do miss her scene in Basic Instinct and those related editorials.
     
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    I guess when you show your p*ssy for a split second 28 years ago, nothing else what you do after that matters.
     
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    I always have a soft spot for Tony Duquette's house, no matter how many times it's been used as the backdrop in fashion editorials down the years - although you don't see much of it here, and what you do see makes it seem a bit tame.

    Malgosia's cover story for Vogue Italia June 2000 lets you see more of the place - or how it was, twenty years ago.
     
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    Fantastic cover! They hardly make covers like this anymore, it's refreshing.
     
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    Beautiful cover, strange comment.
     
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    That film is a masterpiece, IMO, one of my all time favorite.
     
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    They took it to mean you're reducing her entire being down to that one little flashing scene Johannes, lol. Explain yourself.
    Basic Instinct is one of the best films ever. And I'm probably the only person who liked Basic Instinct 2 as much as the original.
     
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    This thread is making me curious to see Basic Instinct. As of now, the quintessential Sharon Stone performance, for me, is in Casino.
     
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    You've never seen it?!? :shock:
    Admittedly I've never actually finished Casino so we may be even.
     

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