I finally managed to get through some of my May magazines yesterday and was a little wowed with the standard of American Elle’s photographs.
Drew Barrymore was featured in a beautiful underwater shoot, while the stunning Nora Arnezeder dazzled in this gorgeous editorial designed by Karl Lagerfield:
Here’s an extract from the interview…
“Born in Paris and raised in lavender-scented Aix-en-Provence with a teenage stint in Bali, Arnezeder recently sashayed into the European spotlight with a scene-stealing role in the art-house flick Paris 36 (now showing stateside). Set during the strikes and upheaval of northern Paris in 1936, the film follows three unemployed theater workers attempting to revive their shuttered, beloved stage, the Chansonia. With her heartbreaking voice and man-melting dimples, Arnezeder’s Douce quickly becomes the theater’s—and the movie’s—main attraction. “I love Douce because she truly evolves. In the beginning, she’s really a girl, but she becomes more and more of a woman,” says the actress, in heavily accented English.”