Thursday, September 17, 2015

Lupita Nyong'o on the October 2015 Cover of Vogue Magazine


Lupita Nyong'o is gearing up for the December release of the highly anticipated new 'Star Wars' movie but for now you can catch the actress fashion slaying on the October 2015 cover of Vogue magazine. On the cover which was shot by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, Lupita is wearing a VALENTINO FALL 2015 COUTURE gold & red sheer pleated gown.

Lupita switches up her hairstyle from time to time and this was no different. Her beauty look is flawless on the cover and throughout her fashion spread. In the issue she talks about living in America & being from Africa, her acting skills, fashion, filming and more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview & to see her fashion spread. For more on Lupita's feature, visit Vogue.com and pick up a copy on newsstand.  


Gaultier Paris lace bodysuit and satin skirt.


On living in Nairobi:
"I wasn’t allowed to go to school. We were basically locked up in the house. The curtains were shut all the time, and we were just burning papers. I was definitely exposed to some extreme situations. Tragedy is something that I have known and that I have tried to accept as part of life. But I don’t dwell on it. . . . OK! I need to powder my nose!”

On her acting skills:
“My training at Yale is the core of the actor that I am. Before that I was just going on instinct . . . having my imagination take over. But Yale taught me that it’s about giving yourself permission to pretend.”

On filming 'Queen of Katwe' in Uganda & people looking like her:
“One amazing thing about filming in Uganda was that on the first day of rehearsal we were all barefoot. I looked down and all the feet were my complexion. That had not happened to me before. I was reminded that I’m actually not that special. There are lots of people in the world who look like me.”

On America & Kenya:
“I definitely feel there’s a lot of America in me. The idea that you can be self-made is very vibrant in America. You can do anything that you want to do. That spirit pushes you on. But it took me leaving Kenya to really appreciate the glory of the place. I will always be a child of Kenya.”



Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci Haute Couture lace dress, earrings, and bag. Tiffany & Co. necklace.



Schiaparelli Haute Couture velvet dress.   



Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda sequined cape.  


Chanel Haute Couture beaded dress and Chanel Fine Jewelry earrings. 



Dior Haute Couture silk-faille coat and Dior Fine Jewelry bracelet.


Atelier Versace embroidered–chain mail dress and chiffon headband.   



Maison Margiela “Artisanal” designed by John Galliano dress and heels.



Valentino Haute Couture velvet dress and headpiece.



Credit: Vogue


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