Lea Michele for Marie Claire UK
Well, she’s consistent. We’ll give her that.
Roberto Cavalli Dress
It Girl of the moment Lea Michele is on the cover of Marie Claire this month. Inside, she says actressy things.
On partying: “I can honestly sit down in front of you and say I don’t smoke and I don’t do drugs. I never have and that’s who I am. These days I have one glass of wine and I’m completely gone… I much prefer a glass of wine and a bath at home at night to relax.”
As for the pictures, well…
Dolce & Gabbana bodysuit. Charlotte Olympia heels.
Marchesa jacket. Givenchy heels.
D&G dress. Louboutin heels.
Eres hotpants. Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci boots. Dancia tutu.
She clearly doesn’t need Terry Richardson
to talk her into anything. Which is fine. Really it is. Like we said the other day, there’s nothing wrong with a rising star playing on their looks. Or at least, there’s nothing all that unusual about it. Our issue with the GQ spread was that they were clearly “playing” versions of their Glee characters (and reinforcing some unfortunate gender tropes, to boot). Although if we were her fairy blogfathers, we’d advise her to rein it in a bit, because too much of the pouting-in-panties shots can work against you. We understand the desire to broaden her image past the confines of her TV character, but she’s got too much talent to be going this route too often.
[Photo Credit: marie claire.co.uk]
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