Friday, November 9, 2018

Emily Blunt on the December 2018 Cover of Vogue Magazine


Emily Blunt is taking on the role of 'Mary Poppins' and she is bringing the beloved character to the December 2018 cover of Vogue magazine. On the cover which was shot by Annie Leibovitz, Emily is flying high in CHRISTIAN DIOR and a LONDON UNDERCOVER umbrella. In the issue, she talks all things Mary Poppins. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Emily's feature, visit Vogue.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 


Eric Javits hat. Erdem dress. Right: Fendi top, skirt, and cape (in hand). Gigi Burris Millinery hat. Erdem socks. 


On Mary Poppins:
She’s a superhero. You could say she’s some sort of angel. She recognizes what people need, and she gives it to them, yet they discover something about themselves in the process. I don’t think she concerns herself with what she is. There’s nobody else like her—which she quite likes.

On not watching Julie Andrews version of Mary Poppins:
I knew that if I watched Julie Andrews’s version, maybe I would take the edge off of what my instincts were telling me to do. Also, I didn’t want to be completely intimidated by the brilliance of her voice.



Dior shirt and skirt. Alexander McQueen corset belt.

Credit: Vogue


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