Nick Knight Flashes 8 Hollywood Female Actors In 'Shina A Light' For British Vogue February 2019

Nick Knight Flashes 8 Hollywood Female Actors In 'Shina A Light' For British Vogue February 2019

Nick Knight Flashes 8 Hollywood Female Actors In 'Shina A Light' For British Vogue February 2019

Nick Knight brings his imagemaker brilliance to the pages of British Vogue’s February 2019 issue with ‘Shina A Light’ on eight female actors. They include Carey Mulligan, Felicity Jones, Gemma Chan, Laura Harrier, Michelle Yeoh, Nicole Kidman, Rosamund Pike and Yalitza Aparicio styled by Kate Phelan./ Hair by Sam McKnight; makeup by Laura Dominique

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Carey Mulligan Talks Hollywood's Aversion To Immoral Women, Lensed By Sebastian Kim For Porter Edit Nov. 2, 2018

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Carey Mulligan Talks Hollywood's Aversion To Immoral Women, Lensed By Sebastian Kim For Porter Edit Nov. 2, 2018

English actor Carey Mulligan is known for playing complex, headstrong heroines, but in real life Mulligan often worried that she was in over her head. Mulligan is styled by Natasha Royt in heritage-style knits and cozy coats from Sacai, Vanessa Bruno, The Row, Prada, Acne Studios and more.

Sebastian Kim is behind the lens for Porter Edit November 2, 2018. Emma Sells conducts the interview.

We now expect articulate conversations in Porter Edit, and Mulligan’s is no different. On multiple fronts, Hollywood women are speaking out.

Her latest film, Wildlife, is directed by actor Paul Dano, who co-wrote the script with his partner, Zoe Kazan (both long-time friends of Mulligan). Based on the novel by Richard Ford, it’s set in 1960s Montana and charts the breakdown of the marriage between long-suffering housewife Jeanette (Mulligan) and her husband, Jerry (played by Jake Gyllenhaal). “I just thought she was such a rarely seen character,” says Mulligan. “She has an affair, she makes mistakes, she’s not perfect. You don’t see women messing up like that and being human, really. I’ve done jobs before where there’ve been interesting parts of the character that have been smoothed and removed in the edit like Botox, and the director says, ‘Yeah, we tested it and [the audience] really don’t like it when she’s not nice.’ Morally objectionable choices seem to be filtered out quite a lot for women. Not for men. For men, it’s quite sexy and cool that they’re craggy and stinking of smoke. But for women, it’s like ‘Oooh, no.’”

Emma Summerton Eyes Carey Mulligan In Fashion Extravagance For Vogue Australia January 2017

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'Mudbound' actor Carey Mulligan covers the January 2018 issue of Vogue Australia, styled in couture looks by Christine Centenera. Emma Summerton is behind the lens, flashing the froth in 'Carey'./Hair by Serge Normant; makeup by Dick Page

Emma Summerton Eyes Carey Mulligan In Fashion Extravagance For Vogue Australia January 2017

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'Mudbound' actor Carey Mulligan covers the January 2018 issue of Vogue Australia, styled in couture looks by Christine Centenera. Emma Summerton is behind the lens, flashing the froth in 'Carey'./ Hair by Serge Normant; makeup by Dick Page

Carey Mulligan Wears Heavenly 'Feathers' By Richard Phibbs For Harper's Bazaar UK January 2018

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Carey Mulligan Wears Heavenly 'Feathers' By Richard Phibbs For Harper's Bazaar UK January 2018

Actor Carey Mulligan covers the January 2018 issue of Harper's Bazaar UK. Miranda Almond styles Mulligan in heavenly, confectionery glamour for 'Feathers', lensed by Richard Phibbs./ Hair by Earl Simms; makeup by Zoe Taylor

Carey Mulligan had a major role in the Netflix film 'Mudbound' -- an exceptional film imo -- and is quotedin her interview about rumors of a real-life lynching taking place in Atlanta in July 2016.

“It was so crazy because, you know, that feels historical and it wasn’t. I think because I live in London, I suppose I have an idea that we’re all very multicultural and everyone is very accepting and I had no idea the extent to which racism is still rampant in America… I was naïve to how bad it is still today.”