I guess when playing a part in a superhero movie (Ironman, set to appear this summer) gives you superpowers too (or at least makes you wish you had some).
Like for instance the power to be as beautiful as you’ve never been before, to proudly go and show new self to the world, all dressed up like the alien queen (Oscar de la Renta pre-fall 2008) on the Vogue Cover.
I have rarely seen a cover title so appropriate for the cover itself “When Good Work Goes BAD”. Or “Photoshop meet Gwyneth, Gwyneth, bye, darling!”. Oh, Anna W, you’re playing God, dear? Can’t just make people up all over again!
What do you think? Does this cover reminds you of real-life Gwyneth?
(via tfs, ino)
Paltrow looks really good. I like her style and image.
She looks fantastic in these photos!
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I believe she’s been dipped in hot wax. Nothing odd about that.
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She looks horrible. I detest Gwenyth and her snobbery with a passion.
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