Nicole Kidman Shines Brightly In Collier Schorr Images For Vanity Fair US May 2019

Nicole Kidman Shines Brightly In Collier Schorr Images For Vanity Fair US May 2019

Actor Nicole Kidman covers the May 2019 issue of Vanity Fair US. Samira Nasr styles Nicole — who is barely recognizable with the pixie hairdo — in images by Collier Schorr. / Hair by Recine; makeup by Mark Carrasquillo

The ‘Big Little Lies’ star reflects on her career, her marriage, her faith, and the sisterhood of her hit TV show, telling all to Krista Smith in ‘Nicole Kidman Burns Brighter Than Ever’.

Anok Yai + Kris Grikaite Pose In 'Le Rouge Et Noir' By Collier Schorr For Vogue Italia January 2018

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Models Anok Yai and Kris Grikaite are styled by Marie Chaix in ‘Le Rouge Et Noir’. Photographer Collier Schorr is in the studio, making the dramatic red and black capture for Vogue Italia January 2019./ Hair by Holli Smith; makeup by Diane Kendal

Saskia de Brauw Talks Resort 2019 'On the Waterfront' By Collier Schorr For NYT Style Travel Issue Nov. 11, 2018

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Top model Saskia de Brauw is styled by Vanessa Reid in ‘On the Waterfront’, a collection of utilitarian separates layered for a spirited exploration of sand and sea. Saskia is on location in East Hampton, against the backdrop of Three Mile Harbor. Collier Schorr captures Saskia for The New York Times Style Magazine November 11, 2018 Travel Issue./ Hair by Ramona Eschbach; makeup by Francelle Daly

Louis Vuitton Ambassador Michelle Williams Wearing LV, Lensed By LV Photographer Collier Schorr is Just Coincidence

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Writing for the New York Times , fashion director and chief fashion critic Vanessa Friedman posts this headline: Vanity Fair's September Cover Sells Something. And Not Only What It SaysMichelle Williams, Louis Vuitton and the aesthetics of brand synergy. 

For starters, writes Friedman, the imagery of a makeup free, minimal and unadorned Williams is confrontational in its own way, reflecting the aesthetic of Vanity Fair's new editor Radhika Jones. The cover is a pivot away from Vanity Fair's prior days "kind of arch celebrity-meets-intellect fantasy."

Michelle Williams Talks Her New Marriage, Hollywood Women's Fight For Equal Pay & Power In Wolf Packs

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Actor Michelle Williams covers the September 2018 issue of Vanity Fair Magazine, lensed by Collier Schorr with styling by Samira Nasr. The cover story titled 'I Never Gave Up on Love': Michelle Williams on Her Very Private Wedding and Very Public Fight for Equal Pay' tells you where the interview with Amanda Fortini is moving. 

To update the equal pay discussion consummated after the Vanity Fair interview went to press, Michelle Williams will receive the same salary as Sam Rockwell on a new FX series about director-choreographer Bob Fosse and his dancer-muse-third wife Gwen Verdon. 

Williams inherited the queen for a day crown for unequal pay in January 2018, when headlines confirmed that she made less than $1,000 for her 'All the Money in the World' re-shoots (post bad boy revelations about Kevin Spacey, whose role was replaced by Christopher lummer , while her co-star, Mark Wahlberg, made $1.5 million. The shocking news of the incredible pay disparity between two successful actor broke  in the midst of the Time’s Up awards season. The outcry was so intense that it inspired Wahlberg and the agency that represents both actors, WME, to donate fees to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund.

'A private humiliation became a public turning point."~ Michelle Williams

Fortini picks up the story for the September issue: