Thursday, February 8, 2018

Alicia Vikander on the March 2018 Cover of Vogue Magazine


Alicia Vikander will be on the promo trail soon for her new Lara Croft film and you can catch her on the March 2018 cover of Vogue magazine. On the cover which was shot by Steven Klein, Alicia is wearing LOUIS VUITTON SPRING 2018. In the issue, she talks doing things that she is afraid of, Lara Croft, the Time's Up movement and more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview & to see more images from her fashion spread. For more on Alicia's feature, visit Vogue.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 




On being told how to look for movie auditions:
It became very apparent how vulnerable I was. It was very not me, but I did curl my hair, and I did put on a pair of heels. As a younger woman, with much less self-confidence and not knowing you don’t have to do something. . . . If everyone else says this is what you do, then who am I to question it?

On being part of the 'Time's Up' movement:
It was such a community that came together. I got on the phone with Natalie, whom I’d never met, and Reese. Suddenly I felt like I made a lot of new friends. One thing that really got to me in their initial email was the fact that—because women are not as well represented in all industries—we often have to fight for jobs. The competition is so tough that instead of getting to know each other and working together, we learned at an early age to compete for that single spot. So then to get on the carpet yesterday and feel like I had actually made friends with the other actresses and people I admire, it was really cool.

On doing things she is afraid of:
That feeling has brought me to a lot of projects. Like I don’t really know how to approach a character or a story, and that excitement mixed with fear makes me want to wake up really early and work.



Tom Ford jumpsuit. Jennifer Fisher earrings.



Louis Vuitton Spring 2018


Credit: Vogue
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