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Meryl Streep graces the cover of Vogue’s January 2012 issue, available on newsstands nationwide December 20th, 2011. Never one to shirk a challenge, the actress takes on the iconic British prime minister Margaret Thatcher in her latest screen incarnation for Iron Lady. In Vogue’s first issue of the new year, Contributing Editor Vicki Woods sits down with the Hollywood legend to talk about women, power, and the view from the top. Read full article in VOGUE.com
Meryl Streep VOGUE January 2012 Cover
Deborah Lippmann nail lacquers were one of the most popular choices for painting nails backstage during New York Fashion week Fall 2010 and also on the red carpet, think Oscars 2010. These nail polishes surly set some of Spring/Summer 2010 nail trends.
TINY DANCER Sweet spot pink (sheer),$16.00. Seen on Meryl Streep Oscars 2010 (which Marta’s is wearing and loving right now:)
Oscars 2010 Nail Trends: Deborah Lippmann has been the authority on hot nail trends this year, so it’s no surprise Meryl Streep and Kate Winslet put their hands in her hands for the Oscars this year!
Meryl Streep accompanied her Chris March gown with a light blush from Deborah Lippmann called Tiny Dancer Sweet spot pink (sheer), $16.00.
L’Oréal Paris and Carelle have once again collaborated to create gorgeous compacts to celebrate and honor Hollywood’s leading ladies. This year, L’Oréal Paris received a prestigious star on the Friends of Hollywood Walk of Fame. To celebrate this achievement, each of the three different compacts showcases shooting stars encrusted with diamonds. The three compacts are made in sterling silver and plated in a different color 18kt gold, which enhances the beauty of the stones and embodies the spirit of the award show for which it is exclusively made.
To celebrate their “Best Actress in a Feature Film” nominations, L’Oreal Paris and Carelle are thrilled to congratulate Sandra Bullock, Helen Mirren, Carey Mulligan, Gabourey Sidibe and Meryl Streep with these exclusive compact mirrors.
I recently had an amazing chance to interview actress Taylor Schilling who plays Nurse Veronica Callahan in an upcoming NBC TV series “Mercy“. There are two other nurses in “Mercy”: Chloe Payne played by Michelle Trachtenberg, and Sonia Jimenez played by Jaime Lee Kirchner.
Schilling made her debut on the big screen in the role of Jackie in the First Independent Pictures film “Dark Matter,” which co-starred Meryl Streep. The film, inspired by actual events, follows the journey of an ambitious Chinese scientist working towards his Ph.D. in America, only to be marginalized to the extent that he ultimately loses his way.
“Mercy” premieres Wednesday September 23RD 8/7c.
In this interview Taylor Schilling talks to Marta Walsh about her beginnings in the acting world. What attracted her to Veronica’s character on the new NBC show “Mercy”. Taylor even shares with us some of her beauty secrets and her future plans.
“Mercy” stars from left: Michelle Trachtenberg, Taylor Schilling, and Jaime Lee Kirchner
Marta Walsh: How did you decide on a career in acting, and what were some of your first breaks as an actress?
Taylor Schilling: I have wanted to be an actor for as long as I can remember…I studied acting in undergraduate and graduate school in NYC. Was only a year ago but seems like forever!
MW: What attracted you to Veronica’s character on the new NBC show “Mercy”?
TS: I suspect on some level, everyone has experienced a life changing event that has left them feeling like a fish out of water back home. Veronica is trying to navigate through that feeling in her relationships, at work, with her family and friends…everywhere. She makes mistakes. She’s flawed and she’s raw. I appreciate her vulnerability and ferocity, her compassion and desire to do the right thing.
Watch “Mercy” trailer here:
Emmanuelle Chriqui looked stunning as always on the “Entourage” premiere – Chriqui opens up to Women’s Health (www.womenshealthmag.com) in the July/August 2009 issue on her exotic look, challenges she’s faced in her career, and advice on how to embrace being different.
Embracing her uniqueness: “There’s been a massive shift of consciousness. We have an African American president, there’s been a huge influx of Latin talent in mainstream music and film, and there’s a real audience for international films like Slumdog Millionaire. Guess what? The girl next door isn’t necessarily blonde and blue-eyed anymore. So I don’t feel like I need to morph into that All-American thing. Now it’s about accepting who you really are and being proud of that. When you have confidence that’s what becomes attractive to other people and makes them want to work with you and spend time with you.”