Thursday, March 17, 2016

Drew Barrymore on the April 2016 Cover of Marie Claire Magazine

Drew Barrymore has done well as an actress but has proved that she can do more by writing a book and making her 'Flower' beauty line & 'Flower Films' companies profitable. As the April 2016 cover star of Marie Claire magazine, Drew shows you her next move. On the cover which was shot by David Slijper, Drew is wearing a MARC JACOBS SPRING 2016 one-shoulder sequin embroidered dress which was topped off with a bold red lip. In the issue, discusses self promotion, trying to do it all, celebrity friendship and more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. Visit for more on her feature and pick up a copy on newsstand on March 22nd. 

On fame and celebrity friendship:
'I've never felt comfortable with this, sort of, camaraderie of famous people.  I've known Poo Poo [Cameron Diaz] since I was 14 years old. We just happened to know each other before her career started, and I was working in a coffeehouse trying to refigure out my life. So in a weird way, it doesn't even count with us.'

On making an effort: 
'I went to parent's night, and I wore some lipstick and concealer, and I thought the people at school looked at me kind of differently.  I normally come with acne, and Ugg boots, and I thought they were like, 'Oh that's nice, she made a little bit of an effort.'

On trying to do it all: 
'I really had to tell myself, You can do everything, but you will have to do them at different moments. And you can do a lot in the same moment, but you can't do everything in the same moment.  It was a good lesson that you will just have to prioritize and put some things over here for a little while.'

On being self-taught: 
'It was prompted a little bit by a fear of I don't want to end up being 25 and not having ever educated myself in any way.'

On self-promotion: 
'I try really hard to keep my Instagram personal and sweet, and use it in a way to engage with people so that I can talk about work stuff, but [self promotion] is so not who I am.'

Credit: Marie Claire magazine

No comments


Post a Comment