August 22 2014

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10 posts tagged "Milla Jovovich"

Milla Has a Linda Moment


It’s been a busy summer for Milla Jovovich. The model/actress/designer, who’s been doing some early press for two new movies (Resident Evil: After Life and next year’s The Three Musketeers), unveiled her post Jovovich-Hawk capsule collection for Japanese label iCB this morning. And in between all of her appearances, she’s been putting in some serious time at her colorist’s chair: At Comic-Con at the end of July, her strands were chestnut with golden highlights; at a photo call for the Three Musketeers‘ Germany premiere, she went with a very strawberry blond; and this week in Tokyo she was positively flaxen. Linda Evangelista, eat your heart out. Which is your favorite shade?

Photo: From left, Jun Sato / WireImage; Miguel Villagran / Getty Images; Albert L. Ortega / PictureGroup / AP Photo

Milla Goes To The Movies


Following a post-Resident Evil hiatus, Milla Jovovich returns to the big screen this month with A Perfect Getaway and we’d like to be the first to say, “Welcome back to the red carpet, Milla.” The actress accessorized her flowy, white Temperley London dress with a unique red-rose lip at the film’s L.A. premiere last night, and a sleek blow-out and perfect skin completed the look. We’re still waiting to see what Lily Cole can do for Terry Gilliam, but the fact that Jovovich actually delivers when the cameras start rolling—in action flicks, at least—makes her one of our favorite catwalker-turned-starlets to date. You?

Photo: Steve Granitz / Wire Image

Milla’s With The Band


We’ve been wanting to do this photo montage for a while, but Milla Jovovich’s appearance at the Fortune Forum Summit—don’t ask—last night in London made our mission clear: The time to underscore her headband-loving is now. Is it a style choice that you enjoy seeing on repeat, or do you think the model should consider changing it up a bit?

Photos: Clockwise from top left, Michael Bezjian/WireImage; Joe Kohen/WireImage; Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage; Danny Martindale/Getty Images

Beauty Bytes


In these tough times, cutting corners from your wardrobe to your maquillage is practically de rigueur. We asked some notoriously beautiful girls how they skimp in the primping department.

Freida Pinto, in the VIP room at Dolce & Gabbana:

“Times are hard but I believe less is more. Concealer is the essential element. I swear by Vichy’s Dermablend. It’s very skin friendly. If I want to add to this I use mascara (Chanel) and lip gloss. My favorite color is Tangerine Jet by Dior.”

Chanel Iman, backstage at Versace:

“Hands down value for your money is Rosebud Lip Balm at Sephora. It’s just this one product that softens your cuticles, cures baby rash, and glosses up your lips. Cheap mascaras like Maybelline work better for me. The ones that charge more seem to clot. It’s crazy but true!”

Milla Jovovich, at Roberto Cavalli’s dinner:

“Your big investment must always be on skincare. It’s just something I believe you can’t skip on. I swear by the Swiss brand Cellcosment.”

Photo: SGP / Stefano Guindani

Milla’s Regal Return


Where, oh where to begin? Let us start with a very loud, animated “Milla!” to express our excitement at seeing Ms. Jovovich making a somewhat rare editorial appearance in Paris Vogue‘s Stephanie of Monaco tribute issue. Styled in homage to the Riviera princess, makeup artist Stéphane Marais and hairstylist Sam McKnight managed to conjure one of the best eighties beauty revival images we’ve seen since, well, the five-page eighties hair and makeup spread that also appears in this epic issue. We would now like to direct your attention to the well-crafted full brow, contoured cheeks, and perfectly punk pompadour that make Milla look terrifyingly feminine, much like her Monégasque muse. Rock ‘n’ roll royalty at its finest.

Photo: Peter Lindbergh for Paris Vogue, January 2009