Queen Sophie Turner Now Follows 'The North Star' Lensed By Yelena Yemchuk For Porter Edit May 31, 2019

SOPHIE WEARS THEORY BLAZER, SHIRT AND PANTS WITH FRANKIE SHOP COAT LENSED BY YELENA YEMCHUK.

SOPHIE WEARS THEORY BLAZER, SHIRT AND PANTS WITH FRANKIE SHOP COAT LENSED BY YELENA YEMCHUK.

Queen Sophie Turner Now Follows 'The North Star' Lensed By Yelena Yemchuk For Porter Edit May 31, 2019

‘Game of Thrones’ star Sophie Turner tells Porter Editor that she’s taking married life day by day, “floating at the moment” in the days after her not-so-secret May 1 in Las Vegas marriage to Joe Jonas.

Natasha Royt styles Turner in tailored neutrals fit for leading roles in ‘The North Star’, lensed by Yelena Yemchuk for Friday’s May 31, 2019 issue. / Hair by Christian Wood; makeup by Romy Soleimani

Jane Mulkerrins conducts the Porter Edit interview.

Amanda Murphy Is 'Lady of the (Hollywood) Hills, Lensed By Zoey Grossman For ELLE US March 2019

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Top model Amanda Murphy is styled by Natasha Royt in botanical and painterly prints from Stella McCartney, Balenciaga, Michael Kors Collection, Dries Van Noten, Louis Vuitton and more. Photographer Zoey Grossman captures Amanda at Hollywood’s Shahl House for ‘Lady of the Hills’ in ELLE US March 2019./ Hair by Luke Chamberlain; makeup by Lisa Storey; set design by Danielle Von Braun

Oumie Jammeh Is Gambian Goddess In 'Nature Made' By Cole Sprouse For ELLE US March 2019

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Oumie Jammeh Is Gambian Goddess In 'Nature Made' By Cole Sprouse For ELLE US March 2019

Gambian-Swedish model Oumie Jammeh is styled by Natasha Royt in Chanel, Chloe, JW Anderson, Salvatore Ferragamo and more for ‘Nature Made’. Intricate crochet and macrame—on tank dresses, swinging skirts, and cover-ups—appear at home, as Oumie exlores the pristine wetlands and rocky coast of Southern California. Cole Sprouse is behind the lens for ELLE US March 2019./ Hair by Pasquale Ferrante for Label.M; makeup by Kristi Matamoros for Hourglass

MONSE's Laura Kim + Fernando Garcia Bring 6 Pet Rescue Groups To Pre-Fall 2019 Lookbook Campaign

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MONSE designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia take a charming and fresh approach to the brand’s Pre-Fall 2019 collection, teaming up with six New York’s pet rescue organizations Animal HavenBest Friends Animal SocietyBideaweeRescue CityRescue Dogs Rock, and Social Tees to promote adoption of rescue dogs. Models (and proud owners of rescued dogs) Catherine McNeilLameka Fox, and McKenna Hellam are stars of the lookbook captured by fashion photographer Fabien Montique, with styling from Natasha Royt. /Makeup by Katrina; hair by Naeemah LaFond

Checking in at the MONSE Instagram, we learn that @lyft and @petchauffeurnyc got all the pups to the fashion shoot What a fabulous idea!!

Carey Mulligan Talks Hollywood's Aversion To Immoral Women, Lensed By Sebastian Kim For Porter Edit Nov. 2, 2018

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Carey Mulligan Talks Hollywood's Aversion To Immoral Women, Lensed By Sebastian Kim For Porter Edit Nov. 2, 2018

English actor Carey Mulligan is known for playing complex, headstrong heroines, but in real life Mulligan often worried that she was in over her head. Mulligan is styled by Natasha Royt in heritage-style knits and cozy coats from Sacai, Vanessa Bruno, The Row, Prada, Acne Studios and more.

Sebastian Kim is behind the lens for Porter Edit November 2, 2018. Emma Sells conducts the interview.

We now expect articulate conversations in Porter Edit, and Mulligan’s is no different. On multiple fronts, Hollywood women are speaking out.

Her latest film, Wildlife, is directed by actor Paul Dano, who co-wrote the script with his partner, Zoe Kazan (both long-time friends of Mulligan). Based on the novel by Richard Ford, it’s set in 1960s Montana and charts the breakdown of the marriage between long-suffering housewife Jeanette (Mulligan) and her husband, Jerry (played by Jake Gyllenhaal). “I just thought she was such a rarely seen character,” says Mulligan. “She has an affair, she makes mistakes, she’s not perfect. You don’t see women messing up like that and being human, really. I’ve done jobs before where there’ve been interesting parts of the character that have been smoothed and removed in the edit like Botox, and the director says, ‘Yeah, we tested it and [the audience] really don’t like it when she’s not nice.’ Morally objectionable choices seem to be filtered out quite a lot for women. Not for men. For men, it’s quite sexy and cool that they’re craggy and stinking of smoke. But for women, it’s like ‘Oooh, no.’”