Amber Heard Has 'A Certain Kind of Something' Lensed By David Slijper For Harper's Bazaar Taiwan

Amber Heard Has 'A Certain Kind of Something' Lensed By David Slijper For Harper's Bazaar Taiwan

Amber Heard Has 'A Certain Kind of Something' Lensed By David Slijper For Harper's Bazaar Taiwan

Actor Amber Heard is styled by Sarah Gore Reeves in ‘A Certain Kind of Something’. David Slijper is behind the lens for Harper’s Bazaar Taiwan April 2019.

Amber Heard’s ex-husband Johnny Depp has reportedly sued her for $50 million in a defamation suit over an op-ed that she wrote in the Washington Post in December 2018, further detailing her experiences with Depp.

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Joshua Jordan Captures Nastya Abramova In Artisan Luxury Looks For Harper's Bazaar Turkey January 2019

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Model Nastya Abramova is styled by Sarah Gore Reeves in noble origins, artisan pieces stamped with futuristic twists. Photographer Joshua Jordan is behind the lens for Harper’s Bazaar Turkey January 2019./ Hair by Keith Carpenter; makeup by Ayami Nishimura

Freida Pinto Is Lensed By David Roemer In 'Grazie Millionaire' For Vanity Fair Italy November 2018

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Danny Boyle’s Oscar-winning ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ (2008) lifted India-born Freida Pinto to global fame. Bottom line, Freida Pinto is the Mumbai girl who made it big in Hollywood and also the first Asian woman to take the cover of Vanity Fair Italy.

Pinto covers the November issue styled by Sarah Gore Reeves in Chanel, DSquared2, Chloe, Max Mara and More. Cartier jewelry accents Frida’s western-inspired looks lensed by David Roemer.

Pinto’s latest film is ‘Love Sonia’, directed by Tabrez Noorani, who was a line producer in ‘Slum Dog’. ‘Love Sonia’ was a decade in the making as the harrowing account of two sisters who lost their innocence when one sibling is sold by her debt-ridden father. Sonia Pinto plays the role of Mrunal Thakur who traveled to Mumbai to rescue her sister Preeti, played by Riya Sisodiya.

Director Noorani was inspired to make ‘Love Sonia’ after learning about human trafficking in Los Angeles in 2003. Girls, one of them a young Indian, were found in a shipping container from China. The director became an activist in human trafficking of girls and has participated in multiple brothel raids.