You’d say it isn’t her, and still! Kate Winslet is, indeed, covering the December Issue of Vanity Fair Magazine.
Blonde and beautiful, she channels her inner Catherine Deneuve and strikes a “bares all” photo shoot signed by Steven Meisel. I usually don’t read this kind of editorials. But Kate’s case was different. Just like Julianne Moore’s. I love these two ladies. They’re so natural and down to earth, I can’t help but find interesting almost every detail of their personalities. In total and complete respect for their privacy (meaning I don’t do gossip about them; it would be… amoral) (more pictures after the jump)
In her interview she talks about her, her life, her professional life. But I won’t get into that, this article would be too long and not different from the Vanity Fair column. I’ll get personal about why and how I like Kate Winslet. I think she’s different. Down to earth different. And she has a magical energy, something almost magnetic (at least on screen, I haven’t had the pleasure in person) that you don’t get to see every day. An honest love for life.
There’s even a controversy involving Kate and these pictures because of their so called excessive Photoshop airbrush. I think that’s completely out of purpose. Just because Kate looks like one of us, doesn’t mean that for a magazine photo she’s been reinvented pixel by pixel.
She looks good. Bottom line. Why don’t they raise their voices over Vogue’s Kate Moss as well? Over Vogue’s Gwyneth? Did you recognized Kate on the cover? Was this shoot too much for the young Brit? (via)