Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is the Star of Harper’s Bazaar UK September Issue alongside Carine Roitfeld’s Fashion Icons.
Supermodel Rosie Huntington Whiteley is the star of Harpers Bazaars UK September issue on newsstands now. The always important issue which features Carine Roitfield’s annual selection of Fashion Icons has already received ample buzz due to the appearance of controversial couple, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Whiteley adds yet another dimension of intrigue as she boldly fronts the elusive issue.
Photographed by Alex Lubomirski and styled by Miranda Almond the model turned actress and businesswoman gives a look of enchantment in Alexander McQueen attire. With a relaxed pose enamored with glamour, Rosie mesmerizes. Inside the issue, the editorial spread mesmerizes with enchanting scenes, and luxurious style selections shot against a whimsical forest backdrop.
Rosie also sits down with the mag’s editors to chat about everything from her modeling career to business endeavours.
Rosie Huntington Whiteley on being Independent:
I’ve always wanted to work. ‘I’ve always wanted to be independent. In life, you get these opportunities and then you have to work really hard, you have to show up, you have to be professional and you have to make something of the opportunity rather than squandering it.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on her View of Celebrity Endorsements:
I think everybody is so used to celebrity endorsement that feels inauthentic, but I’ve worked for lingerie brands since I was 17.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on her Passion for Business:
Modelling has been so good to me and I’ve been incredibly lucky, but now being on set is the least fulfilling part,’ she says. ‘What I really love is rolling my sleeves up, being in those design meetings, going to the business meetings, creating a brand from grass roots, being able to have input and a say, and offering my advice and my opinion on things.’
Check out more images of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Harpers Bazaar UK September 2017 Cover Story below and stop the mag’s site to read more.