On the pages of the glossy, the actress has appeared in luxurious outfits from the new collections of Dior and Giorgio Armani.
Australian actress Nicole Kidman became the main heroine of the January issue of the British glossy Tatler.
52-year-old movie star took part in the filming of a new photo shoot, the author of which was a new York photographer Jack Waterlot, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to NV.
Kidman appeared on the cover of the jacket and shirt taffeta Fendi, and also with a vintage brooch with a large pearl from Chanel. Her image was supplemented by the hat of the world’s oldest hat store Lock & Co. Hatters, which has three of the certificate of the supplier of the Royal court.
On the pages of the glossy, the actress has also appeared in luxurious outfits from the new collections of Dior and Giorgio Armani.
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Hollywood titan Nicole Kidman saddles up for the New Twenties as the cover star of the January issue, to mark the new decade. As her new film, Bombshell, opens with a bang (based on the sex scandal that rocked Fox News, the jewel in Murdoch”s empire) Kidman opens up to Tatler about taking risks, finding love again and a future of big little highs. Here she wears a jersey blazer over a taffeta shirt (both by Fendi), a vintage Chanel pearl necklace and a felt top hat by Lock & Co. Hatters (a favourite of the royals). Photographed by @jackwaterlotstudio and styled by @sophiepera; with hair by @italogregorio and make-up by @mollyrstern. At the link in bio to read an abridged version of the full interview that will appear in the January issue, on sale Thursday 5 December.
In addition to spectacular pictures in the latest issue of Tatler published an interview in which Kidman spoke about her emotional state after the death of his father, Australian psychologist, biochemist and scientist Antony Kidman.
“My three year old then said, “But tomorrow, you wouldn’t be so sad, isn’t it?”. That’s when you realize that you need to pull yourself together. Because children need to know that they’re safe that their mother is fine. Inside? I was shattered. But I had to meet,” admitted the actress.
Kidman added that the pain from losing my beloved father changed her attitude to life:
“I’m just beginning to live. Let’s get in the plane, let’s try, let’s do this! Because no one knows what lies ahead, right? I never intend to return in the theater. I didn’t think my heart can handle the adrenaline and fear. But in the end agreed to return to the theater scene,” she said.