Jennifer Lawrence Covers Vogue UK November 2012
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  • Jennifer Lawrence Covers Vogue UK November 2012
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    Jennifer Lawrence lands her first ever Vogue cover, starring on the magazine's November 2012 issue, the UK edition. In the accompanying interview, the 22-year-old actress talks about her childhood, fame and being criticized for her curvy figure.
  • Jennifer Lawrence Covers Vogue UK November 2012
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    Jennifer Lawrence lands her first ever Vogue cover, starring on the magazine's November 2012 issue, the UK edition. In the accompanying interview, the 22-year-old actress talks about her childhood, fame and being criticized for her curvy figure.
  • Jennifer Lawrence Covers Vogue UK November 2012
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    Jennifer Lawrence lands her first ever Vogue cover, starring on the magazine's November 2012 issue, the UK edition. In the accompanying interview, the 22-year-old actress talks about her childhood, fame and being criticized for her curvy figure.
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    Impressive fashion photography by Robert Earp • Robert Earp is an international award-winning photographer with 21 years of experience in capturing a full spectrum of people, products and places.
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    Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron graces the cover of British Vogue where she chats with one of the magazine's writers about motherhood, career and more, but not before channeling her inner diva for a glamorous photoshoot with Vogue. Check out excerpts of Charlize's interview and a selection of snaps from her shoot, next!
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    Kirsten Becken is no stranger to the regular Ben Trovato follower, being featured twice, with her last story, Alice in Wonderland, published on Ben Trovato in June. To read more about the Düsseldorf based photographer's background and inspirations, check out our interview with Kirsten from earlier this year. This time she's back with a story packed with gorgeous fall/winter fashion worn by the gorgeous Marie Nasemann from Redseven. Styling for Diary was done by Cäthe Klein, and hair and makeup by Phuong Thai. "Diary was inspired by Miss Marple (Agatha Christie's crime novels), and the english high class society," Kirsten says about the story. 8CBFUV9YNMDT
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