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July 25 2014

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5 posts tagged "Sharon Stone"

Moss Covers a Men’s Mag for First Time in Seventeen Years; J. Aniston’s Got a Thing for Kale Chips; Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Stone on Aging; and More

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Kate-Moss-esquire-cover-plain-43_sizedThe September covers are starting to leak, and while we weren’t surprised to hear that Kate Moss will be fronting yet another glossy (she was most recently the star of Allure‘s August issue), we never would’ve bet on the British edition of Esquire. Yesterday, the publication released several images of Moss (wearing nothing but a blazer and a sheer bodysuit with some strategically placed bedazzling), with a statement pointing out that “Moss hasn’t been photographed for the cover of a men’s magazine in seventeen years,” and is “still one of the sexiest, stylish, and alluring women on the planet.”

Jennifer Aniston, who has been busy promoting her upcoming movie We’re the Millers (out in early August), spoke with Access Hollywood about preparing for the scenes during which she wears nothing but lingerie (Aniston plays a stripper, so she knew what she was signing up for). Like anyone in her position, the 44-year-old actress put herself on a strict diet for the role. “I was on a very, like, you know—greens and vegetables and lean proteins and kale,” she said. “When I really wanted to have a cheat day, I had to have a kale chip.”

In other celeb beauty news, Jezebel did an interesting comparison of Kristin Scott Thomas’s and Sharon Stone’s different feelings about aging. The actresses are 53 and 55, respectively. Scott Thomas found herself considering plastic surgery after Cannes: “I saw lots of my contemporaries there this year, all looking so beautiful and gorgeous and healthy, and I just felt like an old ragbag next to them. I just thought, Maybe it’s time to do something about it, like a facelift.” Meanwhile, Stone was a bit more forgiving: “I have come close [to surgery]—but, frankly, I think that in the art of aging well there’s this sexuality to having those imperfections. It’s sensual,” she said. “[But] I don’t think there is anything wrong with cosmetic surgery at all. I think it’s great. But I don’t think it’s all right to distort yourself.”

Keeping things lighthearted (or light-headed, if you will), the Huffington Post called upon its readers to compile a list of “50 Things You Should Never Say to A Woman About Her Hair.” Highlights include: “Is that a weave?”; “What happened?”; and “It’ll grow out.”

Frost/Vixen

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Sharon-Stone-Frosted-Lipstick-Cannes-amfARLet’s not mince words: Sharon Stone looks good. The blond starlet has been killing it on the red carpet in Cannes in a number of plunging-neckline Roberto Cavalli gowns this week, and her look at tonight’s Cinema Against AIDS amfAR gala was no exception. Wearing yet another Cavalli dress—this one white, backless, and accessorized with gilded serpentine body jewelry—Stone upstaged the bevy of models who also turned up to the annual event with her bangin’ body and a beauty look that featured, wait for it, frosted lipstick! It takes a certain kind of devil-may-care attitude to whip out a bullet of the pale, shimmery, sixties-era staple, but Stone was clearly up for the it—not to mention the bronzed skin, groomed brows, and heavy dark lashes she added to the equation. Fifty-five, as they say, is just a number. Thoughts on Sharon’s lip luster?

Photo: Samir Hussein/French Select via Getty

Sharon Stone, Fresh Off The Chopping Block

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Slightly intrigued by Sharon Stone’s choppy blond bob at last night’s 23rd Annual American Cinematheque Awards, we went in for a closer look. Upon further inspection, the straight angles in the front appear to transition into some serious makeshift graduation in the back—simultaneously reminding us of the drunken haircut scene from the epic post-prom party in John Hughes’ Sixteen Candles and begging the question: Is the Basic Instinct star currently moonlighting as her own stylist? No, really. We want to know…

Photo: From left, Steve Granitz/WireImage; Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images (right)

Badgley Mischka’s Many Muses

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To mark the milestone of their 20th year sending glamourous gowns down the runway and the red carpet, Badgley Mischka’s Mark Badgley and James Mischka will launch a new fragrance in February. Couture, as the perfume will be called, is inspired by the design duo’s celebrity clientele, which includes the likes of Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria Parker, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Sharon Stone. A mélange of on-screen icons for sure—and enough to make the scent an across-the-board sensation: Desperate housewives, big city girls, and deranged “other women” are no doubt counting down the days until its release.

Photo: Marcio Madeira

Frederic Fekkai’s Pearls Of Wisdom, In Real Time

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Always wanted to get your color done at Frédéric Fekkai‘s Fifth Avenue salon but can’t rationalize the hefty price tag or, worse, can’t get an appointment? Well then, prepare yourself for a little world rocking. The celebrity stylist trusted by first ladies and Hollywood starlets alike will not only be making a personal appearance at Bloomingdale’s today, but he will be offering personal hair consultations and styling tips in conjunction with—get this—a new DIY color line. Fekkai Salon Color, his new premium color collection, lets you achieve salon-caliber color without the trip to East 57th Street. Sure, you’re less likely to run into Hillary Clinton, Sharon Stone, or Debra Messing in your bathroom, but it’s not completely impossible. Word on the street is that you’ve got excellent guest linens.

Frédéric Fekkai will be at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street and Lexington Avenue location today from 4 to 7 p.m.

Photo: Courtesy of Frédéric Fekkai