Pamela Anderson Poses For Cedric Buchet In 'French Evolution' Interview In Porter Magazine #33 Summer 2019

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Pamela Anderson Poses For Cedric Buchet In 'French Evolution' Interview In Porter Magazine #33 Summer 2019

Canadian-American actor, model and environmental-animal rights activist Pamela Anderson now lives in the south of France. The forever-blonde bombshell isn’t just channeling Brigit Bardot in her ‘French Evolution’ photo shoot, lensed by Cedric Buchet for Porter Magazine #33 Summer Escape 2019. Styled by Maya Zepinic, Anderson now lives in France. / Hair by Karim Belghiran; makeup by Pep Gay

Pamela Anderson is living her own best life, always moving to the beat of her own drum. At the time of her interview with Vassi Chamberlain, a large part of the interview was devoted to her year-old relationship with French team soccer player Adil Rami.

Damaris Goddie Is Lensed By Cedric Buchet In 'Out Of The Blue' For Porter Magazine #26 Summer 2018

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Dutch model Damaris Goddrie is styled by Cathy Kasterine in 'Out Of The Blue', on location in Chefchaouen, Morocco, perched amid the Rif Mountains. Photographer Cedric Buchet captures Damaris for Porter Magazine #26 Summer 2018./ Hair by Lyndell Mansfield; makeup by Pep Gay

Penélope Cruz Rewrites Fairy Tales, Lensed By Cedric Buchet For Porter Edit February 16, 2018

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Penélope Cruz Rewrites Fairy Tales, Lensed By Cedric Buchet For Porter Edit February 16, 2018

Actor and activist Penélope Cruz talks to Mark Smith about her process of becoming Donatella Versace for her US TV debut as the sister of murdered designer Gianni Versace. Cruz is happy to be back in Madrid, after living in London last winter during the filming of Kenneth Branagh's 'Murder on the Orient Express'. Cruz says she's constitutionally unsuited to gray days and an early nightfall, as it affects her brain. 

Cruz became the first spanish woman to win an Academy Award, for her 2008 role in Vicky Cristina Barcelona, a film written and directed by Woody Allen and produced by Harvey Weinstein.  We'll talk Cruz's Hollywood women experience in another post, but must share Penelope's resourceful way of dealing with gender roles between her own daughter and son. 

“Fairy tales matter so much because these are the first stories that you hear from the mouths of your parents,” she says. “So, when I read fairy tales to my kids at night, I’m always changing the endings – always, always, always, always. F*****g Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty and all of this – there’s a lot of machismo in those stories. That can have an effect on the way that kids see the world. If you’re not careful, they start thinking: ‘Oh, so the men get to decide everything.’”

Cruz’s subversive fairy-tale heroines, she says, are prone to declining proposals of marriage, or making the proposals themselves. An example? “In my version of Cinderella, when the prince says, ‘Do you wanna marry?’ she says, ‘No, thanks, ’cos I don’t want to be a princess. I want to be an astronaut, or a chef.’” Cruz laughs wickedly and closes an imaginary book.

Penélope Cruz is styled by Barbara Martelo in 'Female Fortitude', lensed by Cedric Buchetfor Porter Edit February 2016, 2018.

Edita Vilkeviciute In 'Plage Blanche' By Cedric Buchet For Vogue Paris June-July 2017

Edita Vilkeviciute In 'Plage Blanche' By Cedric Buchet For Vogue Paris June-July 2017

Top model Edita Vilkeviciute makes another hot weather, sensual woman appearance in 'Plage blanche', styled in white femininity by Geraldine Saglio. Cedric Buchet is behind the lens, capturing Edita for Vogue Paris June/July 2017./ Hair by Marc Lopez; makeup by Petros Petrohilos