She’s been busy promoting her new movie “L!fe Happens” and pushing forth with her JewelMint efforts as of late and, as part of the press exposure, Kate Bosworth signed on to grace the cover of the May 2012 issue of Company magazine.
The 29-year-old actress brought her stylish ways to the David Mushegain shot spread while talking about all things fashion including her style crush and what she’s loving right now.
Highlights from Miss Bosworth’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Company!
On her style since coming from her dad:
“He’s a former executive at Ermenegildo Zegna. I remember him telling me when I was at school that classic style won’t ever go out of fashion. At the time I thought,’You don’t know anything!’ But he was very right – and I still appreciate his advice now.”
On Los Angeles style::
“There’s sort of a casual feel out here on the West Coast, so I’m lucky to have the luxury of not having to wear a million layers of clothing. I can just pull on a pair of shorts and a tee and I’m done.”
On her style secret being comfort::
“I look at someone like Dita von Teese and I’m like,’WOW!’ That whole kind of commitment level to fashion, I just can’t do it. When I get dressed, it’s always more relaxed.”
On her style crush::
“I’ve known Sienna [Miller] for years, she’s a good friend and a regular shopping partner. I loved the stuff her and Savannah did with Twenty8Twelve. I’ve been really grateful to her for wearing my JewelMint collection too.”
On what she’s loving right now::
“The Proenza Schouler collection. I’m always impressed by how they push themselves as a label. I’ve known them for such a long time and remember when their first collection was all black because they couldn’t afford anything else – now it really zings.”
It’s no secret that 2011 was an interesting year for Charlie Sheen, but the former “Two and a Half Men” star says it’s all in the past.
Sheen told the TCA press, “I’m not crazy any more. That was an episode. I think I’m a different person than I was yesterday. Everything is a lot more mellow and focused and much more rooted in reality.”
And he’s pumped about his new FX show “Anger Management.” “I’ve been at this 30 years. It’s nice to be in a situation where the people I’m working with are excited about my input. That wasn’t the case for a long time.”
These days, Charlie is more family-focused. “I’ve been spending a lot of time with the kids, a lot of time with the family and I’m getting back into work mode. I’m a single guy hanging out with my children.”
When asked about his feelings regarding his replacement on “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie noted, “It was a little bizarre to watch your own funeral. It was a little mean-spirited. But it’s dead and buried now, right?”
The New Year is looking bright for Dakota Fanning, as she’s kicking off 2012 with a cover appearance on the February issue of ELLE UK.
The “I Am Sam” hottie looks fabulous as she posed for photographer David Slijper while clad in a Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2012 dress (subscriber edition) and a baby blue Prada ensemble (newsstand edition) for the front pages of the magazine.
With the inside column hitting on topics including Dakota’s unwillingness to let outside perceptions influence her, as well as her younger sister Elle, highlights from Miss Fanning’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to visit ELLE UK!
On her youthful age of 17-years-old:
“I feel like I’ve lived a long time, but then I realize, ‘Oh, I’m actually only 17.’ I don’t think there should be an age limit on an interest, do you know what I mean?”
On not wanting attention outside of her acting:
“I just want to be an actress. I don’t really do anything attention-grabbing. Famous just sounds so pretentious. Who am I to call myself that word?”
On not letting talk about her physical appearance affect her:
“People are always talking about this person who looks great and that person who doesn’t. It’s there, if you let it in. I let it in to an extent. I just don’t let it affect the choices I make.”
On her younger sister Elle:
“She is incredibly free-spirited and totally wears her heart on her sleeve, you know exactly what she is thinking by taking one look at her. She’s just incredibly… I don’t know, I wish I could be more like her sometimes.”
On not comparing herself with her sister:
“We see ourselves as to completely different entities. I mean, we don’t even look alike.”