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scarlett johansson 2014 2 Scarlett Johansson Stars in WSJ, Wants to Be More Than an Object of Desire

Scarlett Keeps it Simple–Normally known for playing the role of sexy bombshell, actress Scarlett Johansson keeps it low-key for a feature in the April issue of WSJ Magazine. The star of Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” film models spring looks from fashion labels including Proenza Schouler, Christopher Kane and Alexander Wang styled by Marie Chaix.

The blonde beauty poses in a sunlit setting for the photographs snapped by Alasdair McLellan. About getting older she embraces it, saying, “I don’t want to be the ingenue anymore,” the face of Dolce & Gabbana confesses. “That part I’m happy about. It’s nice to be glamorous, but I don’t want to always have to be trendy and glamorous and an object of desire. I don’t want to be stuck in that forever. Because it doesn’t last.” Look at more photos below, and read the full feature on WSJ.com.

emilia clarke photos3 Emilia Clarke is Easy Breezy in Photo Shoot for WSJ

Charmed Life–Her character on “Game of Thrones” may be Queen of the Dragons, but Emilia Clarke shows off a laid-back side in these photos for the February issue of WSJ Magazine. The brunette beauty poses for Lachlan Bailey wearing easy knits and cozy sweaters styled by Beth Fenton; a change from the ultra-glam looks she wears in a recent Vs. shoot. Modeling on the beach, Emilia is all smiles and good likes in designs from the likes of Calvin Klein Collection, Rag & Bone and Oscar de la Renta. / Set design by Heath Mattioli @ Frank Reps

gislee bundchen terry richardson See More Photos of Gisele Bundchen + Daft Punk by Terry Richardson for WSJ

Glamour with Gisele – After taking a look at the cover yesterday, here are some more images from Gisele Bundchen’s main editorial for WSJ Magazine. The Brazilian glamazon poses alongside electronic music duo Daft Punk in pictures lensed by Terry Richardson. For the studio shoot, Gisele wears standout looks styled by George Cortina featuring the work of Valentino Haute Couture, Armani Prive and Chanel Haute Couture.

See more images from the shoot on WSJ.com

kati nescher wsj shoot1 800x533 Kati Nescher is White Hot for WSJ Magazine March 2013
50 Shades of White – Photographed for the March issue of WSJ Magazine from The Wall Street Journal, model Kati Nescher works it in all white looks lensed by Mikael Jansson. Stylist George Cortina selects designs from the likes of Prada, Comme des Garçons, Balenciaga and Givenchy in sleek studio images.

See more images from this shoot on WSJ.com

marioncover Marion Cotillard Gets Sultry for the July/August 2012 Cover of WSJ Magazine

Summer Star – French actress Marion Cotillard is quite the femme fatale on the July/August cover of WSJ Magazine. Captured by Josh Olins with styling by David Vandewal, Marion wows in a bejeweled black gown. Inside the issue, the brunette also opens up about modeling for Dior and other shoots, “A good model is someone who will create a story with an image. You won’t be inspired the same way by every outfit.”

stella tennant4 Stella Tennant Poses in Couture for WSJ Magazine, Shot by Daniel Jackson

Dream WeaversStella Tenant is a couture goddess in Daniel Jackson’s stunning studio portraits taken for the May issue of WSJ Magazine. Wearing all haute couture garments selected by Tiina Laakkonen, Stella is the very definition of elegance in gowns from the likes of Dior, Valentino and Elie Saab Haute Couture. Hair stylist Didier Malige creates the British beauty’s sheared coif while Francelle is responsible for her understated makeup.

wsj Giorgio Armani Covers WSJ June, Talks The Future of His Brand and Fashion

The Armani Way – Designer Giorgio Armani is profiled in the latest issue of WSJ Magazine as the publication takes an intimate look at his life with a piece one year in the making. One of the biggest names in fashion, Armani has built a multi-billion dollar corporation consisting of fashion labels, beauty brands, home interiors and even hotels. He may not be a critical darling as the article states, but he is certainly one of the most successful designers today. We pulled out some of the feature’s most interesting quotes, but you can read the entire piece on WSJ.com.

“Fashion makes no sense, he says, unless it serves the primary purpose of dressing people. Take for instance, a winter collection made of organza because organza is trendy. ‘Well that’s absurd, because in winter it’s cold and you can’t go around naked.’”

“Armani sees his business eventually in the hands of this group he calls I Fedeli, or the faithful.” (it’s a group that consists of family members and close confidants). Still, he says: ‘As long as I’m here, I’m the boss.’

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