Rachel McAdams for Glamour Magazine
We’re Rachel McAdams fanboys. We’re not sure why, but we’re always singing her praises, even if we can only name a few projects of hers that we really liked. We saw that Midnight in Paris movie she did and while the story was really charming, we couldn’t help thinking she was in over her head. She’s a very appealing actress in a lot of ways, but this was not the role for her and we suspect Woody Allen is not the director for her. Throughout the entire movie she looked like she was waiting for a cue.
Anyway, enough talk of her talents. Let’s discuss how she looks.
Dolce & Gabbana
Rachel McAdams featured in the February 2012 issue of Glamour magazine photographed by Alexei Hay.
On playing silly characters: “I like playing silly. I’m very silly as a person, but quality silliness on-screen has more of an art to it. Harrison Ford, whom I was in Morning Glory with, has mastered that dry funny better than anyone.”
On falling in love on a movie set: “A set may seem like a good place for romance, but I don’t think it’s very conducive; it’s too distracting. Every relationship I’ve had with a coworker has come after the fact, because you wind up actually spending a lot of time with those people promoting the movie.”
Dress, Dior; pearl hairpin, Chanel; diamond and platinum bracelet, Stephen Russell.
Top, skirt, Dolce & Gabbana; diamond and platinum necklace, Tiffany & Co.; shoes, Giuseppe Zanotti Design.
Bodysuit, Prada; bracelets, Tiffany & Co.
Sweater, briefs, Louis Vuitton.
These are kind of fun. They play on her image of a smart, pretty girl without lapsing into too much sultriness. Not everything here suits her, though. We have never seen anyone wear that Prada bodysuit without making her look wider and the granny panties in the cover are pretty silly-looking.
[Photo Credit: glamour.com]