Today I’ve scanned an old issue of Elle Belgium (okay, not that old, it’s from September 2007 so it’s only 1 year old) for our viewing pleasure. The photo used inside the magazine was used in Elle France (thanks Kazou) and Elle Russia (thanks Mirik) last year was well. But the cover is brand new and I must say that I love it to bits!!!
Unfortunately, this is the Dutch speaking version of Elle Belgium. And I don’t speak Dutch. So, do we have any candidates for a translation?
Oh, and, by the way, the BAFTAs 2008 coloured photo had already appeared in Night and Day last February (thanks Lorna).
It’s a claim that’s horrified the Sisterhood. But here one female author dares to argue that it’s true…
VESPER LYND Played by Eva Green in Casino Royale, she was Bond’s banker with a secret.
Feminist credentials: Vesper was Fleming’s first Bond girl, and one of his best. She’s a beautiful British agent who has been sent to help Bond – much to his chagrin – in his mission to confound the villainous Le Chiffre. After falling for her, he discovers that she’s been spying for the enemy. Rather than betray him, Vesper kills herself.
Feminist rating: 6/10. It takes a certain guts to betray Bond.
Most likely to say: ‘I can advance you ten million francs.’
Least likely to say: ‘You don’t mind that I betrayed you do you, James?’
Read more about the book and see what they have to say about other Bond girls at the Mail Online website.
Eva’s black dress at this year’s BAFTAs was one of the most talked about themes here this past week, especially because she chose to wear a white version of it in Moscow and Madrid. So to keep up with the BAFTAs theme, I’ve uploaded a photoshoot taken this year at the prestigius awards ceremony.
James David Louis is a hair stylist who lives in Dubai.
I have worked on all kinds of famous people – Michael Schumacher and his brother Ralf, Carolina Herrera, Mariah Carey. Kofi Annan is a gentleman, very quiet when I did his hair, he is very polite, a very nice person. I have done the hair of Marlene Jobert and her daughter Eva Green. Eva is a natural blonde but I first made her a brunette, the colour she was for Casino Royale.
Source: The National
Get to copy Eva’s red lipstick look!
Sophie Harley’s stunning contemporary take on an ancient style Algerian Love Knot necklace claims a starring role in the forthcoming James Bond movie, Quantum of Solace, to be premiered 31st October and on-screens from November 08.
Sophie Harley, London based celebrity designer, was approached by the film production team to produce this important piece for the sequel to Casino Royale.
The intricate necklace combines Sophie’s strongest inspirations to create a piece of jewellery that is both ancient and contemporary in style. Incorporating ancient symbols, philosophy and iconography, the piece is as intriguing as the plot and has captured the eyes, minds and hearts of a worldwide audience.
Following the approach from the Casino Royale Bond team, the Algerian Love Knot was born. The piece is seen on leading lady, Vesper Lynd (Eva Green), and will be featured in the forthcoming new movie as central to one of the underlying plot lines.
To celebrate the launch of the new film, Sophie has produced a GBP15,000 solid 18ct gold and diamond encrusted version of the Algerian Love Knot necklace, alongside the original version of the love knot seen in the film, available at a retail price of GBP1,940 (sterling).
The Algerian Love Knot necklace is a beautiful and intricate work of art combining ancient goldsmithing techniques with bold contemporary design. The love knot is also an ancient symbol of enduring and eternal love.
Each piece is hand crafted in Sophie’s London studios, supply is limited and available to order direct from Sophie Harley Design on +44(0)207-430-2070 or via website: http://www.sophieharley.com.
I’ve added 4 new pictures to one of my favourite Eva sessions ever! I know several of you (hello George!) will agree with you.
As promised a couple of days ago, I’m putting the “Franklyn” behind-the-scenes available for download here at EvaGreenWeb.com in Quicktime format. Thanks to HAS!
Interviews with Gerald McMorrow and Sam Riley and bts footage
By the way, don’t worry because I’m working on other improvements for EGW very soon. Please have patience!
LONDON (AFP) — The first public screening of the new James Bond movie will be the highlight of this year’s London Film Festival, which will bring a host of world premieres and top stars to the British capital.
Daniel Craig’s second outing as the British spy in “Quantum of Solace” will be screened in central London immediately after the film’s world premiere finishes there on October 29.
The 52nd annual London Film Festival, which runs from October 15 to 30, will screen some 189 feature films and 108 shorts, including 15 world, 20 European and 119 British premieres.
But the return of Bond is likely to be the most anticipated event, with ordinary fans given a chance to see agent 007 minutes after the end credits roll for the showbiz stars at the premiere.
Penelope Cruz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Omar Sharif, Eva Green, Liam Neeson and Michael Sheen and Colin Firth are among the stars expected at the event.
Our dark, mysterious and modern-day Cinderella is back in a brand new stunning Dior ad that is on the back page of Vogue UK October 2008. Thanks to Kazou for sharing it with us!
This time Dior is promoting the Midnight Poison Elixir, not the perfume.
In cooperation with perfumer François Demachy, Dior recently launched their three new versions of already existing perfumes in form of an elixir. These are three magical perfumes Midnight Poison, Hypnotic Poison and Pure Poison, which were presented in form of an elixir and are available in well-known bottle shapes and colours in amounts of 30 and 50 ml, with atomizers.
The Midnight Poison Elixir will seduce you with new aromas of caramel and vanilla. It’s a new fragrance.
Midnight Poison was the fifth fragrance in the Christian Dior Poison saga, which began with the release of the original, now-iconic Poison fragrance in 1985 and continued with Tendre Poison in 1994, Hypnotic Poison in 1998 and Pure Poison in 2004. Last year’s entry was created by perfumers Jacques Cavallier and Olivier Cresp, and features notes of mandarin orange, bergamot, black rose, patchouli, amber and French vanilla.
Eva said she dislikes what she considers strong “old lady” scents and often goes without fragrance, but noted she’s smitten with Midnight Poison. “It’s quite fresh compared to the other Poisons – it’s younger, fresher, like the commercial,” she said.
Looks like Bond may have a meeting with someone and they give him a photo of Vesper with her Algerian boyfriend. The second trailer for “Quantum of Solace” was released today (or at least its Spanish version).
Here’s a shot:
Here is a MegaUpload version.