Writer Naomi Wolf delivers a smashing interview with Madonna as Madonna: The Director’s Cut for Harper’s Bazaar December 2011.
Tom Munro focuses his lens on one of the ultimate Smart Sensuality women and actress Andrea Riseborough, a leading actress in M’s new film’ W.E.’. Arianne Phillips styles the shoot.
“I think my behavior and my lifestyle threaten a lot of social norms, like the movie does,” (Madonna) observes. “I think there are a lot of parallels and connections.” For her star, Andrea Riseborough, it was liberating to work with such a powerful woman on a female-centric film. “I was interested in the strong, interesting person apart from the public persona, and I was not disappointed,” she says of Madonna. “I found it hugely fulfilling.”
Granted, Naomi Wolf is writing, but this interview may be the first time we’ve read the term female-centric in the popular press. Anne of Carversville didn’t invent this term, but we have a Google stronghold on the terms ‘female-centric values’, which represent the core of our editorial and life philosophy.
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