June 4, 1975, Los Angeles, California, United States
I'm a woman, and anytime you tell a woman that she looks nice, it's not going to upset her.
From a series for WSJ Magazine (November 2015)
A large part of the work of an art editor, a journalist, is the investigation and I love that !
For the celebrities I spend hours to find the photographers, all the photographs and the story of a series, some words about the photoshoots, where and when they were published.
Sometimes, I still look for the Why? but the answers are always the same, to promote a movie, to do the buzz, by exhibitionism and overall to remind they exist, see me!, love me!, but they pose rarely with the talent and the passion of our Muses, the Art Models.
I found beautiful these three series made by three photographers specialized in celebrities. They knew how to direct her and capture her feminine essence. I'm sure they don't care how famous she is what gives true photographs.
"Inside the magazine, Angelina poses in black and white images featuring cozy sweaters and dancer style bodysuits styled by fashion editor Anastasia Barberi with creative direction by Magnus Berger. Hair by Adriotha Lee, Make-up by Toni Garavaglia.
For the title’s Innovators Issue, Angie was captured by Peter Lindbergh for the occasion, resulting in an arresting black and white portrait shot. The recently released cover certainly makes us appreciate Lindbergh’s zero Photoshop aesthetic."