ELLE US has just unveiled their nineteenth annual Women In Hollywood Issue.
To be released as their November Issue, this years Women In Hollywood Issue features Sex and the City’s Sarah Jessica Parker as the cover star.
The actress who stars at the one and only Carrie Bradshaw is gracing the cover of the major American publication in an ode the greatest and most celebrated women in Hollywood today.
At age 47, cover star SJP, wore a Calvin Klein crepe halterneck white body-con dress with cut-out panels and a House of Lavande necklace, making her sapphire eyes glisten against the blue backdrop.
Whilst Emma Watson, starlet of Harry Potter and various other big projects such as the new movie The Perks of being a Wall Flower, wore a black bandeau top with white double-face skirt complete with thigh slit, both from Calvin Klein.
Up and coming young-adult actress Elle Fanning wore a white silk peplum top and white silk trousers also from Calvin Klein.
Best known for her role in Super 8 last year, the actress who is Dakota Fanning’s younger sis is making her name well known in the fashion industry for her imacculate style and taste.
The shoot was inspired by the works of Award winning and much acclaimed designer Oscar De La Renta and legendary designer Calvin Klein.
ELLE describes the awards as: “honoring the trailblazing actresses and directors who not only represent the best of big-screen glamour but create the greatest American art form. These are the icons, legends, and up-and-comers that are preserving Hollywood’s grand tradition of sparkle and shine.”
A fair tribute to past and future actresses as the real artists of Hollywood. Past actresses include, Kate Bosworth, Jennifer Aniston, Elizabeth Olsen, Naomi Watts and Freida Pinto to name a few. Each year the breakthrough actresses and directors are celebrated for their work in the film industry, and each year the competition gets harder and harder.
So it’s exciting to see who will feature in next years Women in Hollwood Issue since the talent becomes harder to match every year.
If SJP isn’t your thing, pick up the alternative cover of The Help star, Octavia Spencer, who talks openly about beating the industry bullies to get where she is today.
Photos: Courtesy of Elle