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https://plus.google.com/116358203964665308761 Grzegorz Karbowski : What makes a hair icon? Hillary Clinton's stylist speaks out (CNN)There's beauty in the luster of a...
What makes a hair icon? Hillary Clinton's stylist speaks out

(CNN)There's beauty in the luster of a woman's hair -- its heft and weight, its sheen and shimmer, the way it flicks behind her with the sway of her walk, or rises imperiously swept back from her face.

But there is also artifice. A part of her, and yet not her in the way hands and lips undeniably are, her mane lies in that interstitial space between adornment and essence, between authenticity and artifice. That's what drew me to hair as a boy in Ireland: the chimerical quality, the ability it had not just to define, but to create a person.

I saw in the personal style of Brigitte Bardot and Catherine Deneuve the ability of hair to augment -- maybe even define -- star power. They made claims about themselves through their hair. And I realized, so could I.

Finding perfection

As a child, it seemed to me that there were uniforms for special occasions.

And the most special occasion was Mass. All of the women in their best outfits, similarly and immaculately coiffed. All the same except one lady, with her bold, bleached hair, her unending eyelashes.

Each week, I'd think to myself, "How could someone be so beautiful?" She stood out, demanded we pay attention to her. And we did. Or at least I did! I was totally captured.

She wasn't a star—she worked at the bakery—but she commanded our attention. I was six or seven.

My curiosity was piqued, too, through film; the ladies of the Golden Age -- Mae West, Greta Garbo, Barbara Stanwyck, Marilyn Monroe -- each with hair more perfect than the last. (Of course I didn't know this at the time, but they all wore wigs!)

The perfection I found absolutely magnetizing.

I moved to London in the early seventies. By this time, hair was strict. Structured. I remember encountering a woman named Bambi -- one of these characters that figured heavily as an early inspiration to me, although I'm not sure she could pick me out of a lineup.

She was a part of the Piccadilly Circus crew and had all of these extravagant hairpieces. It was nothing short of magic, and I wanted to have a hand in making magic. Always have done, always will.

When I started doing hair, my first instinct was, "Good God, why must they make this so complicated!"

To me, hair is quite simple. It should not distract, it should enhance. No fuss. Within seconds of seeing someone's face, I see what is unique and special about them, and it is my duty to help draw attention to that. I'm always looking for the beauty that's already there—and it's always there.

A coif for revolution

Thousands of women have come to me to sit before a mirror and ask me to help enhance their beauty—indeed, I see what I do as no less than that. Are their expectations fair?

To snip and shear, tousle and tease something they see inside themselves into the wider world? I can only do so much, they have to do the rest, I often say in that conspiratorial huddle of the hairdresser's chair, but I can help.

I'm just one way station in the history of hair doing just that. The bobs of the Roaring Twenties allowed women the unthinkable—an edge of masculinity.

They bound their breasts and cropped their hair and danced with men and broke free of Victorian confines. Coco Chanel and Louise Brooks lead the scandal of female rebellion, with bouclé and tweed underscored by the freedom of cropped hair.

When in the sixties the hippies let their hair down, streaming tresses over peasant dresses, the flutter of tangled hair that slipped to the waistband of bell-bottom jeans, it was no less of a cultural event.

If she curled her hair, was she appropriating a bourgeois form of cultural viability, aligning herself with, say, a pro-war sensibility?

 If she straightened, or wore an Afro, was she suppressing and rejecting such an impulse? Was it possible to read hair for these sorts of cultural cues?

Of course it was. And is.

The next generation

Today it is the flexibility of hair, that there is no norm, which defines us. Now, ladies like Jennifer Lawrence and Rihanna move seamlessly back and forth between short and long, blond and brunette, as did Linda Evangelista and Madonna before them. Uniformity is the enemy.

Even someone like Hillary Clinton, who cares less about her hair than most people, and for whom nothing at all should detract or distract, allows me to remain flexible in what works. I've gained her trust, and given her one less thing to think about.

I'm not, nor have I ever been, interested in "the next big" anything—particularly as it relates to hair. I'm interested in making women feel beautiful -- and reminding her that she already is.
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https://plus.google.com/106600775058853084227 Fred Parvaneh : Hushidar Mortezaie, often referred to as “Hushi” was born in Tehran in 1972, and immigrated to the Bay...
Hushidar Mortezaie, often referred to as “Hushi” was born in Tehran in 1972, and immigrated to the Bay Area of Northern California in 1975. He moved to NYC in 1994 for 10 years and now resides back in California, living between Los Angeles and the Bay Area.

Mortezaie’s discourse is a mixed media of collage, painting, illustration, installation art, and primarily fashion, which together fabricates a head to toe cultural critique that negates and celebrates branding along with the satire of pop culture and mass consumption.

Mortezaie states that “Beyond Glamour, Power, and Contradiction is the shared consciousness of ages, of beauty, pain, and perseverance.” His experiences as an immigrant working in fashion and the arts has been shaped and nurtured by the closeness to his culture preserved through his family.

During the nineties , Mortezaie’s role as a buyer/curator for Patricia Field helped lead to the Rave and Japanese Anime phenomenon in the U.S, with its Hello Kitty repercussions and virtual anime effects that reverberate today. His collaboration with Michael Sears in their NY boutique gallery, Sears and Robot, was a pop pun on American commercial retail corporations that translated popular culture into pop couture fashion and art.

These works spanned from a Ronald McDonald pastiche worn by supermodel Linda Evangelista in Italian Vogue to Iranian slogan and Persian miniature handpainted fashion worn by Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City; to collage print tops on Brad Pitt in the motion picture Fight Club.

Singers such as Madonna, Britney Spears, and Beyonce transferred his visual messages to the masses.

His work has been featured in WWD, W magazine, Italian Vogue, ID, Elle, Bidoun, Harper’s Bazaar, and also on BBC,Persian and UK, as well as “All Things Considered” on NPR with Madeleine Brand.

Hushidar’s work prompted the rise of Iranian calligraphy on textiles and Middle Eastern style in global fashion through his pioneer celebration of his heritage at a time when most hid their identity in both a pre and post 9/11 world filled with prejudice. Selections of his work exhibited include Kashya Hildebrand gallery, NYC, Morono Kiang Gallery, LA, Southern Exposure, SF, and at the Vane Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. His focus in defying convention through the use of stereotype as armour, ornamentation, and packaging are constants that have evolved but are mainstays in his representational and decorative conceptual art.
His deep love for his heritage and future hopes for the children of the Iranian Renaissance continually inspire his work and life.


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https://plus.google.com/102899098443252128986 Надежда Кормщикова : Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista, Claudia Schiffer e Christy Turlington. US Vogue, Setembro de 1993...
Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista, Claudia Schiffer e Christy Turlington. US Vogue, Setembro de 1993.
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https://plus.google.com/115234118672495251156 BlueSkyNorth Art Gallery : Legendary 90's Supermodels! Karen Mulder, Helena Christensen, Linda Evangelista & Cindy Crawford for...
Legendary 90's Supermodels! Karen Mulder, Helena Christensen, Linda Evangelista & Cindy Crawford for Versace (1991). Thanks to #‎lalindaevangelista
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https://plus.google.com/109355328937186761490 MONICA ANICA : Throwback Thursday Vogue Italia February 1989 Model(s): Linda Evangelista Photographer: Steven Meisel...
Throwback Thursday

Vogue Italia February 1989 

Model(s): Linda Evangelista
Photographer: Steven Meisel

#fashion #vintagefashion #fashionphotography #artofashion #fashionblogger
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https://plus.google.com/113809265374048074682 Sheila Ballarano : #NEW YORK #MonicaBellucci 💋: "if I stay with my wife, will you understand me, "your honor, I have two...
#NEW YORK #MonicaBellucci 💋:
"if I stay with my wife, will you understand me, "your honor, I have two walking alcoholics
ones from conneticut and ones from new york, and they "both with to give fashion "statements...

STEPHANIE SEYMOUR has sought to clarify  the comments that she made last week - including that the new guard
of models should be known as "Bitches of the moment" - which promptly erupted into "supermodel-gate" following Kendall Jenner's response.
and gigi hadid...and its "vogue anatomy, and this lovely drink is for all of you, straight down model hell "lane, and its park avenue,

in a slight moment of "Im famous, stephanie seymour, and the gods and thrones, that reign upon her,
has caused her to have to admit to "all guilts, and this cartier is for you on an open stage...

and I am retracting that statement for you miss stephanie seymour by telling "you with an open drink in my hand to "say fuck you
and fuck you to the world and the whole model industry...and this cat walk was made for you...and its vogue,
and how sweet and charming it is, to be you and any of you, and where did you learn how to a model, and where did you learn how to
be a model, "instagram teach you how to do that,
if I hit this button here, does it make you "talk and walk the fashion runway at the same time too with it, because
behind "linda evangelista and this whole model row "of models, "none of you are "models under any of your current
"booking managers, "talent agency managers, vogue specialists, "talking analyst and spokes people, because it all equals
one thing, and "how I would to hate to be you...
 "worthless, and self becoming is what this whole model industry is behind me, and to be "you and "half of you, and somebody said, find me prada, and how
I wish, I could be you, and to be a "model is to be "you...
and karl has asked for forgiveness, and has reached new horizons of what hes calling chanel, and the current model industry

vogue rome paris for you monica bellucci...
#MonicaBellucci 💋:
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https://plus.google.com/117292505354067841150 KATTAPULT Services : White Shirts and Spaghetti Straps Are This Season’s It Couple Image: Getty/GVK/Bauer-Griffin/Contributor...
White Shirts and Spaghetti Straps Are This Season’s It Couple

Image: Getty/GVK/Bauer-Griffin/Contributor

Nineties fashion has been trending for some time now. There’s something about the era that taps into a special place in our sartorial souls. Maybe it’s the memory of the economic boom that actually got people shopping. Perhaps it’s the surfeit of now-iconic ads featuring (uncontested) supermodels like Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Claudia Schiffer and Stephanie Seymour. Whatever the case may be, we have been referencing Cher Horowitz’s incredible closet for some time now — the latest and greatest instance being the spaghetti-straps-over-white-tee look. 

 

A photo posted by For Shopping Lovers (@4shoppinglovers) on Jun 19, 2016 at 3:06pm PDT

We should mention that we’ve updated the combo slightly. The lingerie trend and 90s fashion trend have now become one (but were they ever separate, really?). Pull a Kendall Jenner and upcycle your skimpy festival look by reversing the standard layering order of your bra and T-shirt. The model paired her lust-worthy Anine Bing lace bralette with a white tee, Citizens of Humanity jeans, a tapestry jacket and black boots to create a chic ensemble miles away from her nearly nude Coachella outfit. It’s all about increasing the opportunities we have to wear our favorite pieces, especially those usually relegated to sleepwear.

 

A photo posted by Kendall Jenner (@kendalljenner) on Apr 16, 2016 at 5:50pm PDT

When the weather won’t abide jackets of any nature, add interest to the pairing by teaming an accented bustier (peplum, lace, bright lining) with boyish bottoms. Complement the look with bright, standout accessories.

 

Had to put my cool shades on after the day I had! So happy it’s all over. I hope you all get up to something great this weekend 

A photo posted by Nash Wynter (@awynterstyle) on May 28, 2016 at 1:06pm PDT

For those who favor minimalism over maximalism, keep it super simple with a tailored silk tank (a specialty of Alexander Wang’s) and a cropped take on your typical Hanes.

 

White tee allowance

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Polish off the look with a choker or, on cooler days, a plaid overshirt for some serious 90s vibes. (And to think we used to gripe when mom and dad forced us to layer for the sake of modesty.) Click through the slideshow below to shop this essential summer look.

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The fashion set continues to reference Cher Horowitz's incredible closet, the latest example being the spaghetti-straps-over-white-tee fashion trend.
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https://plus.google.com/116777505072221344109 Amandeep Singh : Stars speak on Aishwarya Rai Bachchan --------------------------------------------------------------...
Stars speak on Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
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Julia Roberts – “Aishwarya Rai is the most beautiful woman in the world”

Roger Ebert(film critic)- “Aishwarya Rai is not just the first, but also the second most beautiful woman in the world”

Rekha – “Among the models I admire, I find Aishwarya is the best. I disagree with the media that she is ‘plastic’. I find her very expressive.

Linda Evangelista(Supermodel) – “She’s stunningly beautiful.”

Shobha De – “I think Aishwarya Rai is quite a star.”

Shah Rukh Khan – “It’s sad that things didn’t work out with Ash in Chalte Chalte. But believe me, I bear no ill will towards her. I feel very proud of the fact that when you go to London, France, Germany, the only two Indian names people recognise are Aishwarya Rai and Amitabh Bachchan. Amitabh Bachchan has been there for so many years and he’s wonderful. But Aishwarya Rai is our contemporary, younger than many of us. She’s perhaps done less work than me and to still be the international face of Indian cinema is great.”

Shah Rukh Khan(on the Chalte Chalte controvery) – “See, people will keep saying that I don’t work with her because I’m Shah Rukh Khan and supposedly a big star and powerful enough to say no to her. Yes, I didn’t want to work with her for a year. And it wasn’t for any reason I can attribute to her. It’s just that I felt embarrassed after what happened. ”

Rekha – “I will fight for her like a tigress if need be. She looks unbelievable in the promos of Umrao Jaan. I don’t know how it will do commercially. But I’m hoping and praying that this film does for Aishwarya Rai what Umrao Jaan did for Rekha, and more. My heart goes out to Ash. She’s been around for so long and yet not been there. That’s how it was with me…until I did Umrao. It seemed improbable that a Tamilan girl talking Urdu would work. Similarly this South Indian girl should realize her potential in Umrao. She doesn’t need to go to Hollywood to prove herself. She’s our own. Why Bride & Prejudice? Who are these people from outside trying to tap Ash’s potential? She’s our treasure. It’s time we acknowledge her.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali - “Most of Ash is lost in her beautiful face. So directors keep focusing on that and her acting skills aren’t put to use. She is a director’s actress. I believe I have brought out the best in Ash. She is a wonderful friend, and we get along like a house on fire. We can chat for hours, or not say a word, and be comfortable.”

John Abraham – “Honestly when you think of beauty, you think of Aishwarya Rai.”

Bipasha Basu – “Besides, to be successful, one needs to be content in life. Today, if I want to be Aishwarya Rai, I cannot be her. The same stands true for Aishwarya [to be Bipasha],” says the actress. ”

Akshay Kumar – It’s been a beautiful experience(on working in Khakee.) There was an unfortunate accident during “Khakee”. Too much has been said and written about what I did to help her and Tusshar Kapoor after the mishap. So I don’t want to talk about it, except to say that I did only what was right.”

Salman Khan - "She is a good girl. Respects her parents. I am a bad boy.”

Ismail Merchant - Aamir Khan has great potential, as does Shah Rukh Khan. As for Aishwarya Rai, they worshipped her in Cannes last year.

Rajkumar Santoshi – “I couldn’t have imagined anyone making a more convincing Mahalaxmi. It’s one of the most interesting women characters one has seen in recent times,” elaborates the director of Khakee.

Sushmita Sen – “I think there is definitely a very huge price to pay when you are as beautiful as Aishwarya Rai is. There is huge price to pay when your entire projection has always been that of perfection. So even if the poor girl does something, as sneeze in public, it’s news, and it’s bad news… So I really wish that media would give Aishwarya Rai a break because I think a girl goes through a lot of pressure all the time from everybody from the Madame Tussauds, to the world press, to English movies etc. It just like that the world is expected out of Aishwarya Rai. She is just a girl, she will take her time and I am sure she will come out of it.”

Sushmita Sen - ‘I am proud of Aishwarya. She has given every Indian a reason to be proud. ”

Pooja Batra – “The way Ash has come up and taken the entire world by storm is a good thing for all of us Indian girls.”

Beyonce – “”I’m a fan of a few Bollywood films. I have seen Devdas and Lagaan , both great films. I loved Devdas — the actress was amazing! I cried towards the end of the film,” she reveals.”

Sanjay Leela Bhansali – ““It’s the past now. A lot of incidents happen in life that ideally shouldn’t, so we’d rather not mull over it, over and over again. I can’t undo what happened, neither can Aishwarya, but we can look past it, and we’ve done that. I’m glad the misunderstanding happened, because we are closer to each other today. That does not mean that all my future films will have Ash but, yes, if there’s a story that needs her, I know she’ll be there.”

Dino Morea – “I wouldn’t mind being bodyguard to a lot of ladies, actually. But, yes, I find Jennifer Lopez very pretty and like her a lot. I’d like to be JLo’s bodyguard! Coming back home – it would be Aishwarya,”

Karan Johar – On Ash’s appearance on Koffee with Karan “Aishwarya was a tough cookie. She was unflappable. That’s what’s beautiful about her. The way she handled me was perfect.”

Viviek Oberoi – “Of course she has a beautiful face but she’s even more beautiful inside. in her soul. I also admire the dignity and strength with which she lives her life”

Atul Kasbekar(photographer) – “She’s stunning. You can put your light anywhere and shoot her, and she’ll look good. There are very few people who land on this planet genuinely believing they’ve come with a certain destiny. They are the chosen few. I’m willing to wager that Aishwarya genuinely believes that God has given her so much that she shouldn’t fritter it away., Again, I say this in the most positive way,.She may not say this aloud, but Aishwarya has, from day one, known where she’s headed and worked towards it.”

Zayed Khan - “For lack of better words, Aishwarya is truly fantastic. It doesn’t happen often to too many people, but I can say that I’m a firm believer in God. I made a wish to work with her, and He made it come true for me. I don’t know how someone can know Aishwarya and not like her. After knowing her, I realised what a wonderful person she actually is, and I’m glad I saw that side of her, or else it would have been a complete disappointment.”

Gurinda Chadha(director of Bride and Prejudice) – “”I think she’s going to be very particular about showing her body and about any kind of physical, intimate scenes. Because she’s a good Indian girl at heart.”

Martin Henderson(co star Bride and Prejudice) - “I have a soft spot for her. It’s not because of her beauty,though she is very beautiful. I like the side that isn’t seen.The real Ash is a sweet girl. She reminds me of an old fashioned movie star-So glamorous… I think I was lucky to get to know a side of Ash that alot of people never see,I mean the image of Ash is this huge movie star which she is in India is one thing,and I think that was compelling,but you know I was lucky to spend time with her and get to know the other side of her which is a really sweet,very sensitive,and really loveable person,she giggles a lot”

Sneha Ullal – “Aishwarya Rai is the complete Indian beauty and it’s a huge compliment when I am compared to her.

Abhishek Bachchan (on KNK shooting experience) – “A huge mob kept chasing us around Nariman Point. It was so frustrating because we could not get any work done, but it was also a good ego boost. But then I would look over to my right and see Ash and realise why they were all there.”

Rituparno Ghosh – “I was never interested in her as a person. But during the shooting of Chokher Bali I got to know her as an extremely emotional and intelligent person. She has the rare ability of surrendering to the director.”

Simi Garewal – “Ash is as beautiful inside as she is outside. It’s difficult for people to digest that. So they conveniently conclude the sweet exterior hides a devious inner life.”

Keira Knightley – “I’ve heard that Aishwarya Rai is the most beautiful woman in the world,”

Emraan Hashmi – “a conventional looker like Ash would be my idea of sinful beauty.”

Divya Dutta – “The minute Ash walks in, we are transported into another time zone”.

Priyanka Chorpa(on who is the face of India) - “Aishwarya Rai is. Look at her beauty and popularity! It crosses geo-political boundaries. I’ve a long way to go before I can be considered the face of India.”

Preity Zinta – “It’s great; nobody is making a hue and cry about going to Hollywood. Ash is doing films there, she’s beautiful and talented and I hope she makes a mark for herself. I hope she opens the doors for Indians on a global platform. I’m happy and excited for her and I wish her all the best. Entertainment is becoming global.”

Sanjay Leela Bhansali – “Aishwarya is one of the most intelligent persons I’ve met. Her grasping power is extraordinary. She is all there. Always. Thinking. Questioning. She does her homework in the car on her way to the set. She is very graceful too. Even if I asked her to run down the stairs, she would do it so rhythmically that I would be awe-struck. I didn’t have to work too much on her.”

Hrithik Roshan – “I’ve just started working with Ash. She’s looking stunning. It’s very nice working with someone who is so beautiful, talented, down-to-earth and easy to talk to. Let’s hope we can live up to the expectations.”

Sanjay Gadhvi(Director, Dhoom 2) – “Aishwarya is not only extremely beautiful and attractive but also very sexy, hot and immensely talented. And there’s nothing that’s come in the way of her progress – no audiences’ mental blocks, no over-expectations, no nothing. Ash’s oomph has added to the sexiness of Dhoom 2. The truth is that the camera just loves Ash.”

Hrithik Roshan – “I have to say that I had judged her wrong. I felt really foolish at that…Sometimes beauty just takes over so much of the other talents. She’s someone with a lot more mettle than just what shows on her face. I was quite shocked to see the kind of intelligence she lends to her characters. It was quite a task matching up to the world’s most beautiful face. In ‘Akbar Jodha’ I will make sure that I take my character very seriously, and turn the tables on her so that she will be inspired by me, just as I was by her in ‘Dhoom 2”.

Will Smith – “She has a powerful energy. She doesn’t have to say anything, she doesn’t have to do anything. Whatever she wants to make, I’m there.” … “I really wanted to work with her in Hitch but she was shooting for Bride and Prejudice at the time and she couldn’t do it,” he said.

Will Smith – ‘‘She’s the mould that God made the first woman from.’’

Stunt coordinator Steve Griffin - “Because of her dance history, she moves well and remembers choreography easily. We put a sword in her hand and she just flowed, the next thing was to tet her aggression up to make it look like she would kill somebody. I believe her to be a natural born action hero.”

Fight choreographer Dion Lam (Spider-man 2, The Matrix 1, 2 and 3) - “Aishwarya is faster than any other actress I’ve ever taught. Very smart and intelligent. If she does action films, she will become a true super-hero.”

Rajiv Menon – Director of Photography (Guru), Director (Kandukondain Kandukondain) - “On the whole I personally believe that you always have to light your heroine like a queen and this is not very difficult with an actor like Aishwarya Rai. What was important was to make her look touchable. So the skin would always look light and not overdiffused. A little bit of shine and a little bit of grease actually helped.”

Preity Zinta - “What is unfortunate when you are an actress is that everyone thinks they have access to you personal life. Take Ash as a case in point, why is everyone on this hate mail trip as far as she is concerned? I know one thing about her that she has conducted herself with such dignity, whatever her position in the numbers game. And people are out judging her in the newspapers and magazines and formulating and airing opinions without even knowing her or what she is going through. I was so disturbed yesterday when I read something on the internet that I actually posted something on the site and asked everybody to back off. I feel protective. Besides, today it is her, tomorrow it might be me.”

Urmila Matondkar – “Age is no bar … Aishwarya Rai who has crossed 30 is getting more films. In fact, film actresses become more popular after crossing the age of 30.”

Akshaye Khanna - “When someone asked me about the kind of woman I would like to marry, I simply said that she would be someone like Ash. She is talented and beautiful, anyone would like to marry a woman like her.”

Skah rukh khan: “now the tulip will never smell as sweet by any other name, you will have to know it by Aishwarya Rai”

Meghna Kothari(co star Bride and Prejudice) – “I remember the song we four sisters in the film had to sing. Ash and me were hugging and swinging around. For a moment, I lost my balance because I got lost looking into her eyes! Suddenly, I thought of Devdas and Ash on that jhula. She is so gorgeous; for a moment, I was taken aback.”

Preity Zinta – “Aishwarya.I get along very well with her. I was on the world tour with her three years ago from then we became very close friends. Despite the fact that she’s on top she is very down to earth. Success never goes to her head, her head is always on her shoulders. I have worked with other actresses and get along with Manisha, she is very nice and Mahima is like my elder sister she is sweet and I love her. Rani and I work well and, I’m friends with Gracy and Priyanka but we don’t go to each others houses or call each other. The only actress I visited at her home or called sometimes is Aish . This year when she returned from her world tour we were on the same flight we chatted and had a great time. When her leg broke, I visited her. I recently went to her brother’s wedding. Aishwarya is the only close friend I had.”

Gulzar (Kajra Re lyricist) – “A lot of songs become successes. But only few become a rage. I now so many people who keep going back to ‘Kajra re’ because of Aishwarya’s dance. The song was a success more because of Aishwarya’s dance than my words.”

Mani Ratnam - “I was quite happy with what Ash did in Irruvar. I thought she was quite remarkable, given that it was her first film and in a language (Tamil) that she did not know. In Guru she was speaking Hindi, so it must have been much easier on her. She has done the role with a lot of dignity and poise. She remained very close to the character and has done it with ease. In a film that is based on Guru she stands tall and strong.”

Vidya Balan - “Aishwarya was a dream co-star… an absolute delight, and someone I look up to. To even suggest she had my role cut is so ridiculous. I was aware of the extent of my role from the start. I did Guru for the pleasure of working with Mani. There are moments in the film where Aishwarya needed to reach out to me emotionally. She did it so spontaneously she won me over.”

Vaibhavi Merchant(choreographer) – “I feel Ash and I are lucky for each other. We did ‘Aankhonki gustakhiyaan’, ‘Dil dola re’ and ‘Kajara re’ together, all of which have been big hits. In Umrao Jaan we’ve had a lot of fun working together, although I still feel Devdas was the toughest project I’ve ever undertaken, especially the diya sequence. Ash has been trained in Bharat Natyam, not Kathak, but most of the steps in Umrao Jaan came from Kathak. However, she picked up the steps quite well, she even did a 15-minute sequence at a stretch. Though she was sceptical at first about being able to do it, she managed well finally.”

Bipasha Basu – “In Bollywood, I like Kajol, Manisha Koirala and Tabu. Also Aishwarya Rai, who I feel, is a complete actress, just like old-time actresses.”

Abhishek Bachchan – “I was dreading this flight to Mauritius.We were going to shoot the title song Kuch Na Kaho. I said Oh God please dont let me sit next to her…..She was right next to me and I said this is it, I am finished. The woman sleeps like a Ms.World as well, I mean she sleeps perfectly (imitates her posture)…and she is out. I couldnt sleep the entire flight because I was petrified that she is going to wake up in the middle of the night for some water and I’m going to be like (imitates himself) {laughs}..She is never going to want to romance me after that in the song. The next time she sees me like in a romantic scene she is going to see this troll sleeping next to her!”

Santosh Sivan – “it’s so easy to judge her until you meet her then you get the real picture.”

Vidya Balan – “Aishwarya Rai is the epitome of grace; I admire the way she conducts herself. She is by far the most dignified woman I’ve ever met in my life. She is humble to the core.

Vidya Balan – “Aishwarya Rai banged on my door,walked right in and said “Thought I should drop in and say Hi” I was blown away by her warmth.There was no need for her to have done that.She is Aishwarya Rai for god’s sake. But the beauty of her is that she is so level-headed and normal. I just love Ash.It is ridiculous to say that she is insecure about me.She has been here for too long and achieved too much. Come on yaar what is she going to be insecure about?”

Sabyasachi Mukherjee (designer) – If Aishwarya Rai walks down the ramp in a certain sari, you’d have one million web requests the next day for the very same sari. It’s juvenile not to accept that.

Mickey Contractor(make up artist) – My best work so far has been with Ash in bits of Taal and Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya, Rani in K3G, and Kajol in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Bekhudi. I have wanted to do the Kajre Re look on Ash for a long time. She has done films without make-up, like Mani Ratnam’s films, but never in commercial cinema. That too, this was an item number.

Kangana Ranaut: “I just can’t stop looking at her. She’s gorgeous. I wonder how anyone can be so beautiful. I’m dying to see her in “Umrao Jaan”. What a fabulous birthday gift she has received from J.P. Dutta.”

Madhavan – “Though I don’t follow Bengali I saw Ritu’s Chokher Bali and flipped for Ash. If only he’d make me look half as good.”

Divya Dutta - “I always imagined her to be snooty. But one day when I was sitting quietly in a corner, she came up to me and inquired after my health. She is a caring person and shares a brilliant rapport with everyone,” says Divya.

Sir Ben Kingley - “It was a pleasure working with Aishwarya in The Last Legion, and her fans are in for a big surprise. She is an excellent and outstanding actor. She is a shining example of beauty from India and I’m sure we will be seeing her in more Hollywood movies real soon,”

Amitabh Bachchan - “Aishwarya is my son’s choice and our choice as well, and we are very happy with that. She’s a simple, traditional and a home-loving individual, warm and endearing. Her inner beauty is far greater than her much-renowned outer beauty. Abhishek’s choice shall be our choice and our happiness,” he says.

Will Smith – “I would do anything that Aishwarya Rai will be part of. I love her so.”

Preity Zinta – “Out of Kareena, Rani and Aishwarya, Aishwarya’s my favourite, because I did a world tour with her and enjoyed working with her. Also, I’ve worked with her for years, and we have a good equation, whether my film’s a hit or flop, or whether hers becomes a hit or flop, nothing changes. Some people, when their film becomes a hit, they become too arrogant to speak and when their film flops, they’re full of love. Aish hasn’t changed from the day I met her.”

Karan Johar – “Abhishek is luckier. Ash is a rare combination of beauty and dignity. She’s not that lucky. He’s luckier to have her.”

Leena Yadav, director of Shabd – “Well, I think Ash has her brand of sensuality which is dignified and tasteful.”

Shreya Ghoshal – “I met Aishwarya several times during the film and she was just wonderful. Extremely polite and charming.

Vaibhavi Merchant – “After Madhuri Dixit, Ash is the only dancer who can carry off classical as well as folk dance with grace. She can express very well. Rarely can someone dance and express well. Some people are technically fantastic but don’t have expressions going for them. Ash is a balanced performer; one of the best dancers today.”

Minissha Lamba – “She’s the only woman who has handled every crisis in her life with utmost dignity and poise. Whether it was the highs or the lows, she’s always held her own and always been so dignified.”

Kiranjit Ahluwalia – “When I heard Aishwarya Rai is going to play my character I was very pleased. Of course I had seen her films, like Devdas. She’s so beautiful and such a good actress.”

Colin firth – “She is a beautiful and talented person. It was a great experience working with her,” Firth said excitedly.

Deepika Padukone - Critics believe, you’ll be the next Aishwarya Rai? “Super. She’s my icon, I would love to be like her.’’

Shiamak Davar - “I love Abhishek and Aishwarya, not because they are stars but for the kind of people they are. Whenever they come to my institute, they spend more time talking to the crew and the people around than with me. I like people who give respect to others around them, despite their status, that means a lot to me,”

Ben Kingsely - “It was a pleasure working with Aishwarya in The Last Legion, she’s a shining example of raw Indian beauty and more importantly she fits the role of Mumtaz well.”

Vidya balan - ‘’ she’s the epitome of grace. We hardly had scenes together in Guru. But on many occasions I felt she was my sister. I truly admire the way she conducts herself. Even her sneeze is written about. That can’t beeasy.’’

Claude Lelouch – ‘I think Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is magnificent!’

Abhishek Bachchan – “Being married to Aishwarya is like being married to your best friend. She’s someone I love spending time with and I think that is one of the most basic criteria one should consider before getting married to the one you love.”

Hrithik Roshan – “Aishwarya is one of the most selfless actors I’ve ever worked with. She gives her heart and soul to every film she works on and always aims at looking at the larger picture. She has always done what is best for the film as a whole, not just for her part or her character in the film. As I said, she is a totally selfless actor and it is an absolute treat working with her.”

Ashutosh Gowariker - “Aishwarya is the most professional actress I’ve worked with. She never brings any guests to the sets, or even her cell phone for that matter. To me, she is the quintessential princess… Straight out of Amar Chitra Katha… The distressed princess waiting in her chamber… Aishwarya has the elegance and the beauty. Calling her beautiful is an understatement.”

Sonu Sood - “One of the most striking things about Aishwarya is that she’s a thoroughbred professional and a dedicated actress. I have played Aishwarya’s brother in Jodhaa Akbar, It’s been great working with Aishwarya. If I had to recollect a specific scene that I will always cherish, it would have to be the swordfight. It was brilliant for many reasons. First, it was superbly directed by Ashutosh Gowariker and second, having Aishwarya as my opponent in the scene turned out to be fantastic. Whatever she does, she does with supreme grace and dignity.”

Sanjay Leela Bhansali – “Aishwarya will always be very special for me. On camera, my God, she generates so much power. Her eye colour changes according to the mood of the scene. There was no sense of oneupmanship between her and Madhuri during Devdas. No negative, looking-over-theshoulder kind of attitude. I’d love to work with Ash again. She’s as capable of bringing out the best in me as I am. We’re bonded beyond films. After the fire on the set of Black, she was one of the first people to call me. She put aside our differences and connected with me when I was in distress…”

Peeya Rai Choudhary - “She’s one of warmest, most supportive, most geniune people I’ve worked with. As an actress, she’s constantly learning and never content with her performance. As a person, she doesn’t believe in getting too close to someone within a very short span of time. Namrata, Meghna, Sonali and I lived with her for almost a month in London during the making of Bride And Prejudice and we had a blast. She is a very down-to-earth girl at heart.”

Mickey Contractor(make up artist) - “I’ve known Aishwarya since she took her baby steps in the world of fashion modelling. I’ve worked with her since her first Hindi film Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya to her most recent releases. I even dressed her for her marriage, so I’ve been an intergral part of her professional and personal life. She’s amazingly unfazed in the thickest of commotion. A calamity make strike yet Aishwarya will be the most calm person around. I admire her logical thinking in tough situations. She has no airs whatsoever. As an actress, her potential is still untapped, I think.”

Ram Gopal Varma – “In Sarkar Raj, Aishwarya plays a very strong part with negative shades. I’m completely changing her image, cutting her beauty down. And she’s shocked me with her performance. Without too many rehearsals and certainly without attending any pre-shoot workshop, she stood up to Amitjiand Abhishek in every scene. She will shock audiences. Nobody would expect a looker like her to portray such a dark character. I want to project her as the opposite of what Sanjay Bhansali did. Her beauty won’t be enhanced by filters and lighting. She’ll be totally without make-up. That’s when I think she looks her best.

Hrithik Roshan - “I can’t dispute that. It’s so true. Ash and I share a fabulous rapport. It’s always fun to work with a co-star who isn’t selfish. We both gave so much of ourselves to Jodhaa Akbar. Aishwarya has been one of my most helpful co-stars. I really cherish working with her. She is an incredible actor and an even better co-star. And since all three of us-Abhishek, Aishwarya and I-are friends; we’ve great fun even when not shooting.”

Jay Sean – ’’ And also of course there are some very beautiful Indian girls like Aishwarya Rai [of Bride & Prejudice]. She’s a stunning girl.’’

Manwa Naik(co star BnP) – “Ash was like an elder sister to us. She never made us feel out of place for being new in the industry. She welcomed us and took really good care of us on the sets and made us feel quite comfortable with her hospitality.”

Shyam Benegal – “Kareena and Ash are the actresses, who have proved it that along with captivating looks, they are also capable of terrific portrayals. They have, in fact, emerged as very strong performers today. I would really like to work with them.’’

Alisha Chinai(Singer) “I have sung only one song for Aishwarya. But look at the impact.”

JAGMOHAN MUNDHRA – ‘’She has extremely expressive eyes that speak from her soul. She is able to show her emotions without using words to spell out her feelings. I found her brilliant in her technical knowledge of the camera; her intuition and experience whilst giving shots is excellent. I remember when she first heard the story and the concept of the film she was immediately very keen to do the project and made special allowances by shortening her personal holiday to give me dates. Her complete trust in me added a burden on my shoulders which I appreciated and I am glad that I was able to live up to her expectations. I hope the world is able to see beyond her beauty.’’

Shweta Bhardwaja – “I am obsessed with her and was very sad to know that she got married,” said the 21-year-old, adding “If I would have been a boy, I would have definitely married her.”

Rituparno Ghosh ‘’I think I share a special bond with Aishwarya. We have done two films together and we connected very well. Soha, Koko (Konkona Sen Sharma) and Abhishek are like kids to me because I am so close to their parents. But Ash is different. She is practical, understanding, sensitive and very, very intelligent. Nowhere close to the fancy prima donna she is made out to be.’’

Deepika Padukone – ‘’From the female lead, only Aishwarya Rai at the moment is dominating in Bollywood having come from the modeling background. A few more like Dia Mirza, Celina Jaitley and Sushmita Sen too have made a mark. Will you be as lucky as they are?
Hopefully. Ash is someone I definitely look up to. She is someone I’ve really learnt a lot from and I used to watch her endorsements, her films and her modeling career right from the time she started off when I was very little and young. I also remember watching her when she won the Miss World. If my career goes the same way as Aishwarya’s, it’s going to be a huge compliment for me.’’

Hema Malini – ‘’ I don’t know how she is in her personal life. But I believe that unless you are good from inside, the beauty will not show on your face.”

Bipasha Basu - “No filmmakers of Hollywood are willing to sign any Bollywood actor without a screen test apart from Aishwarya. They seem to know no Hindi film actors, not even Amitabh Bachchan,”

Bipasha Basu - “I am intelligent enough to realise that women are always secondary in this male dominated industry. Look at the way Shah Rukh Khan, Salman and Aamir are still going strong. But we actresses can never even dream of such an inning. The only actress in Bollywood who has been able to beat this system is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. You can call it her luck or just being at the right place at the right time, but the fact is that she has achieved this feat. In fact her fame goes beyond Bollywood as she is the only one who is recognised in Hollywood. This is something, which can’t be said for even SRK or Big B.”

Madhuri –‘’ It was wonderful. Even when we did the film together, we had bonded well. And I believe dance brings people closer. Aishwarya is a very sweet person . And doing Dola re with her did bring back some pleasant memories of the days when we shot for Devdas together. Dola re is a very beautiful song for which a lot of energy and movements are needed. Shiamak Davar has choreographed it all over again and it was a pleasure doing the number with the same energy that was required the first time around. There were a lot of dancers and several new movements. People loved it.’’

Deepika Pandukone –‘’ I admire the way Ash has handled her career. It’s not been easy for her as she’s always faced a lot of criticism and speculation, which is absolutely unfair. I know what she is going through and what she could be feeling. At the same time she’s always dealt with it boldly and kept smiling through it. If I am compared to her, it’s truly a compliment to me.’’

Madhuri – She adds, “I was also watching Aishwarya perform after long. I must say, Ash has matured so much as a dancer since we last danced together for Devdas. She’s getting better and better. ’’

Rituparno Ghosh – “So was the case with Aishwarya Rai. She hadn’t done serious roles until Choker Bali and Raincoat. But after that, she got recognition for her versatility and was offered more films from different genres.”

Brendan Fraser – ’’ I haven’t seen any Bollywood films, But I have heard about them. And I do know of Aishwarya Rai.’’

Ana Singh – “There’s going to be no Aishwarya Rai for 200 hundred years. She inspires me to go beyond myself.”

Rudradeep Chakraborty – ’’ Ash, as beautiful as the Taj, is a perfect choice for Humayun’s Tomb. It helps that she just played a Mughal queen, so there will be a brand familiarity. I hope she always visits the tomb in her Jodhaa costumes. And she must surely ask careless couples not to write their names on the wall. They will surely listen to her.’’

Kabir Bedi – “She is the best known of the Bollywood group. I’d say that Aishwarya has done a remarkable job of marketing herself very well there,”

Nicole Kidman – ’’ I’m a fan of Aishwarya Rai and her film Bride & Prejudice. I got to meet Aishwarya for the first time at the 2005 Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World dinner held in New York City. I think she’s beautiful! I cannot comment on the industry, but I like the emotions and the dance that the Indian movies involve.’’

Kareena Kapoor - “I love the way she carries herself and the roles she’s choosing after marriage. I’d like to follow that pattern when I get married.”

Katrina Kaif –‘’ I think Aishwarya is extremely talented. I like the way she conducts herself. I enjoy her movies and I think she is an icon of Indian cinema. I think Aishwarya is cool.’’

Deepika Padukone – ‘Undoubtedly, it’s Aishwarya Rai who has been invigorating my spirits. Well, she has been a model right before commencing her career as an actress and these attributes gets us closer’.

Kareena Kapoor – “Aishwarya Rai has become has become very particular after marriage with Abhishek Bachchan. She has a vivacious personality and ravishing smile. She manages her personal and professional life very well. She is also very particular about filmmakers and directors with whom she wants to work.”

Freida Pinto – ‘’The only Bollywood film person they know of there is Aishwarya Rai.. she is very famous.’’

Dev Patel – ‘’I have a crush on all Bollywood actresses, especially Aishwarya Rai and Deepika Padukone. I am too star struck.’’

Zeenat Aman - “Aishwarya is a global diva… she is gorgeous and very talented… enormously talented.”

Rituparno Ghosh – “For some sequences, I would consult her before retaining it in the script. She was extremely particular about her continuity details. She made notes in her copy of the script. Her hairdresser and make-up person helped her work out details before she faced the camera. Her major obstacle in becoming one with her character, Binodini was her stardom. But she overcame that to give a memorable performance.”

Rituparno Ghosh – “A lot of people are waiting for her [Aishwarya] to fail. In my opinion, Ash has not only given one of her finest performances but also one of the best in cinema. She will be remembered in Chokher Bali not only because she is Aishwarya Rai but also because she has become Tagore’s Binodini.”

Shamshad Begum – ‘’And I was really touched when a young girl like Aishwarya Rai came and met me.”

Salman Khan – ‘’Dragging somebody’s name with whom I have no connection, and who is happily married to a nice guy, is not just embarrassing, but disgusting. Relationships work and sometimes they don’t, that’s life.’’

Ana Singh - ‘’ You’re not just a star, but a constellation of stars for inspiration.’’

Hema Malini “Whoever is on top is the dreamgirl. I feel it is Aishwarya Rai,”

Sanjay Leela Bhansali says, “Aishwarya Rai is a perfect face. With make-up, without make-up, you just can’t go wrong with her!”

Mallika Sherawat - ‘’ Ash makes waves all her own. She’s one of a kind!”

Jagmohan Mundra on Ash’s performance in Jodhaa Akbar - “She is fabulous in the film. She is the epitome of dignity, pride a nd feminine grace. After watching the film, I messaged her, conveying how much I liked her performance. I am a Marwari from Rajasthan and could completely see a Rajput princess in her.”

Ashutosh Gowariker – ‘’Aishwarya, for me, belongs to a fairytale. She is a quintessential princess and by far one of the finest actresses we have. She is extremely professional.’’

Shiamak Davar – ”I would love to have her as she is the best and we go back a long way. I have been her teacher and worked closely with her on TAAL and numerous stage shows. For me she is a true blend of total perfection, total beauty and a complete performer. It would have been ideal if her busy schedule would have permitted her to do this show. I would have been the happiest person”.

Priyanka Chopra – ‘’ God must have taken a vacation to make Aishwarya Rai. We mortals were made in a day.”

Javed Akhtar – “Aishwarya is beautiful, but she is not being cast because she is a classic beauty. It is more her personality that comes through. Nobody can really know someone like Aishwarya. There are layers to her personality apart from certain amount of vibrancy. I think Aishwarya is perfect for Amiran’s character.”

Rekhaa - “She was fabulous in Sanjay Bhansali’s Devdas. Everyone wondered how she would compare to Suchitra Sen’s performance as Paro in Bimal Roy’s Devdas. But, I’m sure comparisons with me will stop after Umrao Jaan is released. I think she will do ample justice to the role which I’m sure she has enjoyed doing. I’m really looking forward to seeing the film.”

J.P dutta – “Ash has surpassed the levels that I had set for her. My brief to her was that she should think of herself as Ameeran, the girl child with tears in her eyes and smile on her face and not as the glamorous Umrao Jaan.”

Vikram – “Yes, it was quite an experience. I’m a good fighter, but not quite the dancer. I’ve always felt that Madhuri Dixit was the best dancer ever. But then, I saw how Aishwarya held her own in Devdas. I thought it was fantastic. So, while shooting for Raavan, I just forgot my own steps and kept staring. Every hero from the south wants to work with her at some point in his career. I got my opportunity finally. It’s wonderful that I’m making my Hindi debut with her. It’s strange how every Miss World and Miss Universe enters movies. But who has had the lingering impact of Aishwarya? She has some kind of an enduring aura. Over the years, she has really evolved as an actor.”

Abhishek Bachchan – “she is just that beautiful. And it’s not just her physical beauty. When you get to know her as a person she is trillion times more beautiful than what she looks. She is always been someone who is very genuine. Even before we got married, she was very genuine and real.
We come with a lot of preconceived notions about her. But one is just astounded by the humility and how down to earth she is.

Kareena Kapoor – I would like to be myself. there is a deep respect for Aishwarya because her body of work is so great. She is the face of India abroad. So I definitely do respect her but as far as emulating her is concerned, i have my own way of looking at things and I know where I stand.
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THE LANGUAGE OF MILFs
Ever since the early nineties, when Cindy Crawford emerged as one of the original supermodels (along with Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, and Linda Evangelista), Crawford has been building a career that has endured now for twenty-five years. Crawford, believe it or not, turns fifty next year. She's married and a mother of two teenagers, a son and a daughter. Years before the idea of "branding" yourself became the clichés they are today, Cindy Crawford was a major brand with multiple platforms. She not only was a founding member of the "supermodel" world; she was also the first model to use modeling to build a multi-prong business empire. She wasn't just walking the runway and doing magazine covers; she also made it big in TV, hosting House of Style on MTV; she created a fitness video; she published a calendar that sold bazillions of copies.

On her fame Cindy remarks: I did not get into modeling to become famous. It was not like now. Fame is so different now. Fame used to be associated with a certain kind of success. Now fame is just fame. With no weight behind it. Crawford talks about how she didn't live a crazy, dancing-on-tables model life. She's the opposite of Kate Moss. "I was always reading a book backstage. In some ways I missed out on things, and maybe I should have taken more chances, but I never wanted to put myself in a bad position. I said no too often…I should have said yes more."

Cindy has mastered the language of MILF and in the GQ article purrs on having just come from an interview with Howard Stern, and how she was disappointed—at his good behavior. "I was all prepared for him to be filthy and ‘go there,’ but he was nice. It kind of threw me off." … I like Howard. I was all ready…"

#MILF #CindyCrawford #NaomiCampbell #LindaEvangelista #KateMoss
Cindy Crawford: My Brand Is “MILF Next Door”
The all-American model on her new book, learning from Cara Delevingne, and her wish for Howard Stern to be raunchier
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