Angela Lindvall shows why she’s been in the modeling business for some 20 years in the May 2012 issue of Harper’s Bazaar Turkey. Lindvall rocks this season’s slicked-back wet hair and, as a result, looks like she just hopped out of the shower in a few images.
The magazine features Lindvall in a super-sheer blouse a leather skirt for one cover and a veiled toque and a sleeveless blouse for the other. The statement jewelry frames the model’s face perfectly.
The Harper’s Bazaar Turkey editorial was photographed by Koray Birand. Check out more photos of Angela Lindvall below.
Don’t count Jenna Fischer among the legions of Hollywood women who seem to drop their baby weight within weeks. Fischer recently revealed that she’s “actually angered by the ‘posing in a bikini six weeks after having my baby’ trend,” going on to call it “unnatural.”
“There’s so much pressure on you as a new mom that the last thing you need to have hanging over your head is some expectation of what your body is supposed to look like,” she added. “Who cares if our boobs are hanging low and we have a little more junk in the trunk? We created a human being, everybody. Let’s celebrate!”
What do you think of Jenna Fischer’s healthy attitude towards losing baby weight slowly and naturally?
The Kodak Theatre in Hollywood has a new name. From now through 2033, the home of the Academy Awards is the Dolby Theatre. Audio technology company Dolby Laboratories Inc. acquired the naming rights after Kodak filed a motion to terminate its naming agreement.
The Hollywood theatre will debut its new name in time for the 2013 Academy Awards. The Dolby Theatre will also receive a ton of upgrades, including the brand-new Dolby Atmos sound technology. “Our partnership with CIM allows the Dolby Theatre to be the world stage for the Academy Awards and for Dolby innovation for decades to come,” said Kevin Yeaman, chief executive at Dolby.
While financial terms weren’t released, the Wall Street Journal reports that Dolby is paying “substantially above” Kodak’s annual fee of $4 million.
Supermodel Linda Evangelista is hoping to take billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault to the cleaners in their child support court battle. Pinault, who happens to be Salma Hayek‘s husband, dated Evangelista from 2005 to 2006 and is the father of her child.
Before we tell you how much Evangelista is looking for in child support, some context: currently, the record for the highest child support payment in the state of New York is held by Sean “Diddy” Combs, who pays out $19,000 a month.
Linda Evangelista wants to break that record with $46,000 a month in child support.
What, pray tell, does Evangelista need all that money for? A judge asked this very question, to which she responded, “When I work, it can be a 16-hour day. On days when I do not work, I am working on my image. I have to hit the gym. I have beauty appointments. I have to work toward my next job and maintaining my image, just like an athlete.”
What do you think of Evangelista’s out-of-this-world child support payment request?
Kristen Stewart is retro chic on the cover of the June issue of Elle UK. The “Twilight” star is photographed wearing a variety of flirty cocktail dresses and a cropped crocheted sweater. In the accompanying interview, Stewart opened up to the magazine about what she loves about acting and how her roles have defined her in the public eye.
When asked about being a role model, Stewart said, “I don’t apply it to the choices I make. I feel like a role model is not necessarily somebody you want to imitate, just someone you admire. I look at characters I play and think, ‘F*ck, I would like to be like that.’ [Like Joan Jett], exactly. It makes sense to me why others don’t just look at that person, they look at me. Anyone who happens to choose to look up to me, it’s like, ‘But I’m literally YOU. I’m looking up to the characters you’re admiring me for choosing.’”
Whether or not Kristen Stewart wants to be a role model, her star will only continue to rise as “Snow White and the Huntsman” and “On the Road” hit theaters this year.