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CELEBRITY, EDITORIALS, FASHION / July 26 2011 12:00 PM

I’m Ready for My Close-Up, Mr. Testino: The 10 Most Editorial Actresses

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Anna Wintour has been credited/blamed/lauded/criticized for the current proliferation of celebrity-driven magazine covers of the past 15 years or so. Love it or hate it, a model has a better chance winning a Pulitzer than landing a U.S. Vogue cover — with a few notable exceptions. While stars are rightfully and contractually beautiful, however, not all of them can cut the couture mustard. Then there are those ladies who love the camera and the camera is kind of obsessed with them. Here, the 10 actresses who give the best editorial — and give models a run for their money — are given the countdown treatment. 

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CELEBRITY, EDITORIALS / February 1 2011 5:33 PM

Goldilocks and the 3 Beards: Vanity Fair’s Hollywood Issue

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Oscar co-hosts, Anne Hathaway and James Franco lead the pack, along with Hathaway’s Love and Other Drugs co-star, Jake Gyllenhaal and the unlucky in love and other drugs Ryan Reynolds on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s 17th annual Hollywood Issue. The special issue features the best and brightest of young Hollywood. And Robert Duvall. He’s the creepy old bartender peeking out over Mila Kunis‘s arm as she completely owns this photo.

Goldilocks and the 3 Beards: Vanity Fairs Hollywood Issue

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EDITORIALS / October 20 2008 5:00 PM

Featured Photographer: Norman Jean Roy

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Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Featured Photographer:  Norman Jean Roy

Don’t call Norman Jean Roy a celebrity shooter. Rather, he describes himself as a “documentary portrait” photographer. His whole career mission is to record his own life journey. “It’s not the photography that matters, it’s the journey,” Roy said. “I’m just using photography to document it.”

Roy was named one of the 30 most promising photographers under 30 by PDN magazine in 1999. He has shot for numerous magazines including Vanity Fair, Spin and Harper’s Bazaar. His list of celebrity clients includes George Clooney, Morrissey, The When running a photo shoot, Roy likes a casual environment where he can improvise depending on a subject’s energy and mood. Even though he always had an interest in photography, he decided to study architecture and graphic design. But an essay on celebrated photographer Richard Avedon urged Roy to try his hand at the career. “Seeing that essay changed my life overnight,” Roy said. “It was the single most important event of my photographic life.”

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