Supermodel, activist and Puerto Rican beauty Joan Smalls wears lean, fierce fashion drama from Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Dodo Bar Or, Givenchy, Valentino and more, styled by Lilli Milhiser. Billy Kidd is behind the lens for Porter Edit September 6, 2019. Gillian Brett conducts the interview.
Model Felice Noordhoff is styled by Charles Varenne in an abundance of SAINT LAURENT PAR ANTHONY VACCARELLO with dashes of Prada, Max Mara, Versace and more for ‘Paris Mon Amout’. Billy Kidd is behind the lens for Numéro France September 2019.
Top model Isabeli Fontana flexes some serious muscle, styled by Charles Varenne in body-beautiful, sexy bomb looks. Photographer Billy Kidd is behind the lens for Numéro France April 2019./ Hair by Dennis Gots; makeup by Natasha Severino
Top model Sora Choi appears with South African-born, Australian singer, songwriter, actor, and Internet personality Troye Sivan, styled in big-game spots by Woo Lee. Photographer Billy Kidd joins the fashion hunt for W Korea March 2019./ Hair by Dennis Gots; makeup by Kathy Jeung
Rising model Linda Helena is styled by Leila Smara in ‘Hysteria’, lensed by Billy Kidd for Vanity Fair France September 2018./ Hair by Sebastien Bascle; makeup by Lloyd Simmonds
As for the history of the female condition known as ‘hysteria’, we share this article from Psychology Today: ‘Hysteria’ and the Strange History of Vibrators
Small-screen actor Rashida Jones explains to Olive Wakefield that her privacy is paramount and fame is not her motivating force. Hence, Rashida Jones doesn't pursue roles in big movies, as the personal price is too high. Simply stated, she would rather dance, Jones explains in Porter Edit May 18, 2018. .
Photographer Billy Kidd captures Jones, styled in tailored menswear looks styled by Katie Mossman./ Hair by Brent Lawler; makeup by Dotti
It's a given that an female actor today will be asked about sexism in Hollywood, and Jones weighs in with her thoughts. When writing a decade ago, Jones became very frustrated about the feedback on her female characters. 'She's not likeable enough' was a common criticism. Men can have a string of negatives that make them strong, powerful and intoxicating. But women are taught to be nice, Jones reminds us for the 1000th time.