Generating some additional exposure for their upcoming film ‘Oz the Great and Powerful,’ Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams cover the Spring Fashion issue of InStyle magazine.
Hitting newsstands February 8th, the co-stars divulged about their favorite pieces of clothing, “I’ve been wearing the same pair of dark green Old Navy cargo pants, like, non-stop, for 15 years,” Mila said. “I think I paid $4.99, on clearance. My friends hate them so much they hide them from me. When those pants fall apart, I swear I’m going to get someone to copy them for me.”
“As a teenager I used to dress in big, baggy men’s suits. I always try to hold on to something butch,” Rachel admitted.
As for Michelle, “I’ve been wearing these black Converse sneakers for 10 years. Actually this is my second pair. I kept taking the original ones to the shoe-repair guy, and finally he said they were unfixable. I tried to make him understand they were holy.”
‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ hits theaters on March 8th.
She was was just named Best Dressed Woman in the World and now Gwyneth Paltrow covers the October 2012 issue of InStyle magazine.
The 39-year-old fashionista looked sensational in a plum Diane von Furstenberg jumpsuit with Fred Leighton earrings on the cover.
In the issue, Gwyneth talks about her children and not letting them watch TV in English, her diet and her hubby Chris Martin.
Here are some highlights from Gwyneth’s interview with InStyle…
On not letting her two kids watch TV in English: “I only let them watch TV in French or Spanish. When I’m in France, I go to [Boulevard] Beaumarchais and buy all their cartoons.”
On her healthy eating habits: “I was very strict for a while, I was macrobiotic for a couple of years, then I got pregnant and just ate ice cream. What I’ve learned is that I want to enjoy my life, and food us a big part of it. I love to cook and feed people. I cook everyday.”
On hubby Chris Martin and their differences: “Probably our artistic temperaments. Artists are sensitive; there are ups and downs mood-wise. Musicians need a certain gravitas and focus in order to write. The temperament that goes with someone who is creative can be challenging. I focus more on understanding than being understood.”
Photo Credit: Giampaolo Sgura/InStyle
Sofia Vergara is the newest celebrity to cover the newest issue of InStyle magazine.
The ‘Modern Family‘ beauty covers the April 2012 issue wearing a purple Narcisco Rodriguez dress and talks about her guilty pleasures when it comes to TV, “I watch ‘Revenge.’ It’s a soap opera but so classy – and everyone is beautiful.”
Vergara also opened up about what her idea of a perfect date would be, “A great date? Dinner and a movie. Or sports, watched in the venue, not on TV. No canoes. No water. Nothing to mess up the hair.”
Sofia also said this about achieving her dreams to become an actress, “I’ve lived a life full of things I never thought I could achieve. It takes effort and sacrifice, but why not risk trying to be better.”
Photo Credit: Dusan Reljin/InStyle
Her hair always makes headlines and in the January 2012 issue InStyle magazine, Jennifer Aniston talks about why she chopped off her long locks
“The real reason I cut my hair? My real hair was getting thinned out again from all the extensions,” she told InStyle. “It was starting to look fake.”
The former ‘Friends‘ star first debuted her short locks while she was promoting the film ‘Just Go With It‘ earlier this year.