GIRLS ON TOP: A glamorous crew of supportive girls turned as much as applaud Virginie Viard’s debut high fashion assortment at Chanel on Tuesday, held in a makeshift library on the middle of the Grand Palais in Paris. Australian actress Margot Robbie was one in all them.
“I have a lot of press coming up and I feel like I want to wear every single item that I saw today,” mentioned the “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” actress, who is about to be the face of a brand new Chanel fragrance as a part of her position as perfume ambassador for the home. “The collection felt quite easy and effortless. When you’re doing promotion, your days are very long and you don’t want to look like you’re constricted in any way. I like to be comfortable.”
The following six months are gearing as much as be fairly packed for Robbie, whose firm Luckychap is producing “Birds of Prey,” a movie centered on DC Comics character Harley Quinn — performed by Robbie, who’s reprising her position from “Suicide Squad” — set to be launched in 2020.
“We’re in the middle of editing that, as well as an indie film directed by a first-time female director and starring Carey Mulligan,” she mentioned. “We also just wrapped a TV show named ‘Dollface’ created by a woman and starring Kat Dennings. There are serious girl power vibes in our office for sure.”
Additional alongside, American actress Amandla Stenberg was praising the mental vibe of Viard’s assortment.
“I feel like we’re coming out of a period of anti-intellectualism and stepping into the age of intellectualism,” mentioned the “The Hate U Give” actress, who’s presently filming “The Eddy,” a Damien Chazelle-directed Netflix sequence a couple of jazz membership in Paris.
“It felt like a commentary on womanhood, about how being a modern woman is intertwined with having a sense of self, a sense of the world and being well-read,” she continued. “I felt like I was seeing looks for women who are strong. There was a lot of pride in this collection.”
Previous French actresses Isabelle Adjani, Isabelle Huppert and Adèle Exarchopoulos, British actress Ellie Bamber was taking within the spectacular present set and musing concerning the books that modified her life.
“Recently I read Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People,’ which was amazing,” mentioned the “Nocturnal Animals” star, who has since dyed her Titian locks blonde and has simply wrapped filming the six-part BBC drama “The Trial of Christine Keeler.” “But the books that changed my life are probably all of Fitzgerald’s: There is always an interesting tragedy at the heart of them but it’s painted with such beauty. I loved seeing the juxtaposition of those two ideas.”
There’s nothing like a very good self-help e book to get your artistic juices flowing, based on French actress Marion Cotillard.
“A book that really changed me was ‘The Power of Now’ by Eckhart Tolle,” mentioned the “La Vie en Rose” actress, who’s making ready to movie a musical comedy with French director Leos Carax. “It deals with the way we are constantly polluted with thoughts that prevent us from living life to the fullest, and in the moment.” Hear, hear.