Thursday, October 11, 2018

Claire Foy on the November 2018 Cover of Vogue Magazine


Claire Foy has been on the promo trail for her new film 'First Man' and she is the November 2018 cover star of Vogue magazine. On the cover which was shot by David Sims, Claire is wearing  SAINT LAURENT FALL 2018 and MARIA TASH earrings. In the issue, she talks motherhood, her upcoming films and more. Continue below to read some excepts from her interview. For more on her feature, visit Vogue.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 


Gucci dress, clutches a chain-link Janis Savitt necklace.


On what she needed for work after giving birth:
No one had ever said to me that I could ask for anything before, that I could say that I needed a trailer with a bed in it. That was completely new to me. But then, on the other hand, I went back to work and I had a life outside. That was also really, really important.

On her daughter:
It’s amazing seeing them discover everything for the first time. She’s very like a border collie. She needs to run outside. She loves pulling faces. And then everybody goes, ‘Oh, another actor in the family? I don’t want people to put that on kids. I mean, when I was a kid I was just told to shut up—it was quite nice.

On The Girl in the Spider’s Web being connected to the Time's Up movement:
The movement can’t be something just used as a tool to market a movie. I’d be ashamed. It’s not ‘of the moment. That massively diminishes what activists and feminists have been saying all along. It just so happens now people are listening.

On her plans for the upcoming holiday:
I’m going to go festively mental. I love twinkling lights. Decorate the whole house! Christmas becomes less exciting as you become older. Then suddenly when you have a child you go, ‘You’re excited! It’s great!



Alexander McQueen delicate leather-eyelet dress and zippy jacket. Ear cuffs by Anita Ko and Maria Tash. Bracelets by Herm├Ęs and John Hardy.

Credit: Vogue.com


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