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Model: Lucky Blue Smith

Photographer: Sebastian Kim

GQ, January 2016


The Daring Issue

Harper’s Bazaar November 2014 issue. Photo by Alexi Lubomirski


Giorgio Armani Privé dress; Cartier earrings and bracelet


Maison Martin Margiela bustier and Donna Karan New York skirt


Posing alongside The Kiss, a sculpture by Romanian-born sculptor Constantin Brâncuși


Altuzarra bodysuit and skirt; Cartier earrings


Balmain bandeau; Philip Treacy hat and Cartier ring


Versace dress and sandals ; Cartier ring and bracelet


Schiaparelli Haute Couture dress



Actress Anne Hathaway is the November 2014 cover star of Harper’s Bazaar US, posing in an Armani Prive gown on the cover photographed by Alexi Lubomirski. Inside the “Daring” issue, Anne stars in a feature made with creative direction by George Lois where she even wears a heart-shaped bustier with the words “I love you” decorated on top. She says about being daring, “I am getting more daring now—I’ll wear my mom jeans in public that haven’t been tailored ‘just so’ yet, just because they feel good.”

Hathaway tips a daring hat to, number one, Tilda Swinton. “Tilda is it, but she’s so cool about it. She’s so cool, she’d be like, ‘Oh, it’s not daring. I just did it.’ Hmm, Jonathan Demme”—who directed Hathaway to her first Oscar nomination, for Rachel Getting Married—“he’s still my mentor and hero. And Matthew McConaughey is the most daring man I know. He never judged himself along the way, and it’s all come together for him so wholly and deeply. He is totally himself.”

Special Tribute to Liz Tilberis

Harper’s Bazaar, July 1999 issue. Tom Cruise’s cover was the last cover approved by Liz before her death just 3 months prior. All ad revenue went to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund. Models, photographers, stylists, make-ups artists, etc., donated their time for free. There are no editorials. It is the one issue which features the solidarity of the fashion industry for an icon.


Illustrations by Karl Lagerfeld


Obituary by Cartier


Christy Turlington photographed by Patrick Demarchelier


Guinevere Van Seenus photographed by Craig McDean, clothes by Yohji Yamamoto


Naomi Campbell photographed by David Bailey clothes by Versace


Left: Linda Evangelista illustrated by Mats Gustafsson; Guinevere Van Seenus photographed by Richard Burbridge


Nikki Uberti photographed by Terry Richardson, clothes by Dolce and Gabbana


Anne Catherine Lacroix photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadinanne, clothes by Balenciaga


Erin O’Connor photographed by Patrick Demarchelier., clothes by Calvin Klein


Natalie Portman photographed by Robert Bromann, clothes by Moschino; Cindy Crawford photographed by Mary Ellen Mark, clothes by Malo; Rita Wilson photographed by Sante D’Orazio; Milla Jovovich photographed by Cliff Watts, clothes by Tommy Hilfiger