Angelina Jolie, the renowned Hollywood actress and humanitarian, graces the digital cover of WSJ. Magazine’s December-January 2023/2024 edition. The issue, hitting newsstands on December 9th, features Jolie in a series of mesmerizing black and white photographs by Annemarieke van Drimmelen.
These images showcase the Atelier Jolie collection, marking the iconic brunette actress’ foray into fashion design. Her feature follows Kylie Jenner, who previously adorned the magazine’s cover. Here, Jolie presents a new facet of her versatile career, wearing the collection designs styled by Tonne Goodman.
Angelina Jolie – WSJ. Magazine – 2024 Photoshoot
In the exclusive interview with WSJ. Magazine’s Elisa Lipsky Karasz, Jolie, talks about her journey of starting Atelier Jolie. This new venture is an ethical experiment. The star, who consulted human rights lawyers in the process, aims to address the complex challenges of sustainability, production, and labor rights in the fashion industry.
Her revolutionary approach focuses on creating an ethical business model that minimizes harm to both the environment and garment workers. “I don’t know the answers,” Jolie admits, highlighting her commitment to finding a balance between passion for fashion and responsible production.
The interview also touches on personal aspects of Jolie’s life, including her healing process after her divorce, her bond with her children, and her decision to leave Los Angeles. Reflecting on her illustrious career, Jolie expresses that if she were starting today, she might not choose acting, possibly preferring theater over the demands of Hollywood.
The magazine feature is complemented by a video where Jolie partakes in The One quiz, revealing intimate details like her daughter’s humorous critique of her trench coat obsession and her personal style evolution influenced by her children.