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(Los Angeles, CA – May 28th, 2011) – Famed actress Winona Ryder kept it simple yet chic in Zac Posen at the whimsical opening party of Tim Burton’s LACMA exhibit. Ryder posed with Tim Burton, pairing her Zac Posen black double face crepe laser cut flare skirt with a Zac Posen double face suiting jacket. Previously appearing in Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice, the actress is currently filming her third Tim Burton collaboration, Frankenweenie.
Winona Ryder Pretty In Zac Posen with Tim Burton
WINONA RYDER IS CHIC IN ZAC POSEN AT TIM BURTON’S LACMA EXHIBIT OPENING PARTY
Anyone who loves makeup is excited about Friday’s opening of Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland.” Lancôme ambassador Anne Hathaway portrays the White Queen, a role she was perfect for given her porcelain complexion.
Anne Hathaway’s gorgeous skin was the focal point of her look at the London premiere of the film last week (as you can see in the picture below). Makeup artist Kate Lee did the honors and also focused on Anne’s radiant eyes and smile. The dress, in case you’re wondering, is by Vivienne Westwood.
I’m excited to share with you my interview with Amy Bailey who has begun to make her mark within Hollywood’s demanding movie stars. Amy can be seen in the star-studded movie, “Nine” along side Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, and Kate Hudson. Up next for the actress, she will be playing the Hatteress in Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland.”
In this interview Amy Bailey tells Marta Walsh about how it all began for her in Hollywood. Her role in the film “Nine” and what was it like working with its director Rob Marshall. How one day she took Penelope Cruz and her sister to see the Royal Ballet perform. Her latest acting role in “Alice in Wonderland”, also staring in this film Johnny Depp. Future plans, and of course, style and beauty secrets!
Marta Walsh: Where did you grow up and where is home for you?
Amy Baliey: I grew up in a coastal town called Corpus Christi, in South Texas. I loved going to the beach right after school. Now I divide my time between London and L.A.
MW: How did you decide on a career in showbiz, and what were some of your first breaks?
AB: I was a professional ballerina by 17yrs old, so I guess being onstage always felt pretty natural. My parents couldn’t believe that as a teenager I would skip out parties because I had ballet class the next morning. It kept me out of trouble, for the most part 🙂