Thursday, 2 May 2019

Big Little Lies Stars Grace The Cover Of InStyle Magazine

 The stunning stars are promoting the highly anticipated season two of their hit HBO drama Big Little Lies.

 Reese Witherspoon, 43, Nicole Kidman, 51, Laura Dern, 52, Zoe Kravitz, 30, and Shailene Woodley, 27, each went retro glam on individual covers of the style magazine for its June issue.
 A vintage 1950s vibe permeated the fashion and styling of the stunning glossy photos and the five stars are featured on two solo covers each.
 'I like to make people laugh,' Reese said. 'ZoĆ« tells jokes too. Nicole carries around a bag of snacks with rock-hard old-lady candies, giving out peppermints and butterscotches.'

'Shai is just chill. And Laura gets delirious and starts making up musicals ... It’s truly one of the greatest experiences of my career.'
Reese's first cover features the Oscar winner in a terracotta colored blouse with a pussy bow tucked into plaid high waisted shorts.

The second shot shows a scene a bit truer to her gossipy on-screen character and portrays Reese chatting on a retro aqua telephone while wearing a spectacular black dress with sheer lacy sleeves and a scattered floral pattern.

Co-star and co-producer Nicole Kidman looks as youthful as ever on her first cover with her strawberry blond tresses pulled into a fun half up hairdo that is tied at the tip with a pastel blue ribbon.

 Nicole has collected award after award for her role as Celeste in the drama.
The Australian star donned a teal textured blouse with a high neck that is ruffled along the collar, hem and edges of the sleeves. The top was paired with a while skirt with coral and purple flowers.

Moving outside for another costume change, the beauty fixes a piercing gaze on the camera in a longsleeve red Balenciaga dress with the logo of the label printed in white text and swirling around the garment.

'[Working with these women has been] astounding because I've learned so much. We all come in with our own set of skills,' Kidman remarked.

Adding: 'There's great listening and great contributing and great compromise, but actually, in the end, it's just a great allegiance. The show itself is its own force.

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