Scarlett Johansson in Dolce & Gabbana for Vogue China April 2011

Screen siren Scarlett Johansson dons a wardrobe of all Dolce & Gabbana attire for the April edition of Vogue China. Lensed by Peter Lindbergh and styled by Nicoletta Santoro, Scarlett is ever the picture of a blonde bombshell in the black and white portraits.





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32 Responses to “Scarlett Johansson in Dolce & Gabbana for Vogue China April 2011”

  1. What i like about her is that shes kept her beautiful womanly body. It’s perfect. Unlike some stars (ehem Amanda Seyfried) that lose so much weight under pressure. Idk, Johanna is just refreshing.

    • I have to agree with you. Johanna’s womanly shape is quite refreshing for fashion. It would be nice to see more like it. Being beautiful does not always have to be tall and thin.

  2. That term “Womanly” shape is so f*cking rediculous!!!! A woman should not be defined by her shape. So if your natually skinny, fat, or just ill built does that mean your not womanly??? So being thin, with a little bit of curve is whats womanly. The dumbest sh*t ever!!!

    • Nicolette Reply

      I agree with the gist of what you said but expletives aren’t necessary and will just lose you credibility.

    • Anonymous Reply

      I so agree with you. The whole “REAL WOMAN” gimmick used to sell mags and products drives me crazy. So if I dont have breasts or ass, im not a real woman?

    • Anonymous Reply

      I so agree with you. The whole “REAL WOMAN” gimmick used to sell mags and products drives me crazy. So if I dont have breasts or ass, im not a real woman?

    • Agree! I know Scarlett Johansson is a beautiful woman. But shapes are different for everyone. Doesn’t mean people with small breast or thin, skinny is not a real woman. I think the correct term for Scarlett Johansson’s body is “Perfect hourglass shape” and “Her hourglass shape is refreshing”. And I don’t like this editorial very much.

    • Agree! I know Scarlett Johansson is a beautiful woman. But shapes are different for everyone. Doesn’t mean people with small breast or thin, skinny is not a real woman. I think the correct term for Scarlett Johansson’s body is “Perfect hourglass shape” and “Her hourglass shape is refreshing”. And I don’t like this editorial very much.

  3. That term “Womanly” shape is so f*cking rediculous!!!! A woman should not be defined by her shape. So if your natually skinny, fat, or just ill built does that mean your not womanly??? So being thin, with a little bit of curve is whats womanly. The dumbest sh*t ever!!!

  4. Anonymous Reply

    Much better than the actual cover where she looks completely lifeless and bored. Scarlett is a gorgeous girl, and I love all the D&G pieces.

  5. Anonymous Reply

    Much better than the actual cover where she looks completely lifeless and bored. Scarlett is a gorgeous girl, and I love all the D&G pieces.

  6. I just dont think she is stunning. Seriously what is the big deal with her face?

  7. i know she stirs up mixed reviews, and personally i’m not terribly enamoured with her, but this is a really beautiful set of photographs.

  8. can I say beautful pictures but i’ve always thought she looks a bit like Miss Piggy from the Muppets?

  9. can I say beautful pictures but i’ve always thought she looks a bit like Miss Piggy from the Muppets?

  10. I think she’s not a very good model – she doesn’t seem to know what to do with her body, and the closeups of her face/torso are better, imo, than the full-body shots. Nonetheless, I agree with everyone that she has an amazing figure. Her legs are perfect!

  11. I think she’s not a very good model – she doesn’t seem to know what to do with her body, and the closeups of her face/torso are better, imo, than the full-body shots. Nonetheless, I agree with everyone that she has an amazing figure. Her legs are perfect!

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