Not long ago, there was a question about men articles on Stylefrizz.com. Here it comes! With none the other but Brad Pitt.
Brad Pitt covers the Architectural Digest in January 2009. How and who qualifies Brad as a cover subject for an architectural magazine is beyond my logic.
Of course I can understand the philanthropically correctness of portraying him for his New Orleans contribution, but the cover?
A simple internet search will show you that Brad has a passionate interest for architecture and he was involved in some charitable projects around New Orleans.(don’t miss the rest of the pictures right after the jump!)
No word about architectural/design studies. Because there’s nothing to mention. Brad left the Missouri University before (his) graduation.
And he majored in journalism with a focus on advertising. Then he begun his acting career after zigzag-ing through jobs (chauffeur, delivery man, assistant soap opera writer etc). And there he stayed up until current times.
After that short story of Brad Pitt’s early life (studies and jobs mainly) I’m still puzzled and left wondering why Brad’s trying so hard to be considered as bourgeois!
And because you specifically asked for it, there goes my two cents for Brad’s W Magazine. Obviously motivated by the famous Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, Chuck Close’s photographs for W Magazine February 2009 give the audience the chance at a close inspection of Brad’s face.
His new attempt at cult/cool-ness eludes me (once more). There’s no shame in ageing, of course, but referring to your family as “the cuckoo’s nest” (if my memory serves me right, the cuckoo’s parenting skills are far from acceptable, being more of parasites than true parents) and in the same time describing yourself as “the shark” is rather questionable.It was your pleasure to discuss this W Magazine with Brad Pitt, so let’s! (you can read his entire W interview here) (photos via tfs, wmagazine)