Andrew wears a Thom Browne coat and pants. Calvin Klein Collection sweater, $395, and shirt, $195. Emma wears a Calvin Klein Collection dress. Marc by Marc Jacobs hat.
McQ Alexander McQueen dress. Joomi Lim necklace
Emma wears a Marc Jacobs dress and hat. Andrew wears a Burberry London suit, and shirt, $195.
Topman blazer, $320, and pants, $130. Marc by Marc Jacobs shirt, $178. Calvin
Emma wears a Prada jacket. Andrew wears a Calvin Klein Collection suit, and Calvin Klein tie, $30.
Don't they just look adorable together?
If you want to read the rest of the interview you can read it below. (It's a bit long but you won't even notice).
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Podem ler o resto da entrevista em baixo. (É um bocado longa, mas nem sequer vão notar).
TEEN VOGUE: Emma, you've been working pretty much nonstop ever since Easy A, and Andrew, you had a breakout role in The Social Network. But a big comic-book adaptation is a whole different level. What drew you to this project?
ANDREW GARFIELD: It took me a month to decide if I wanted to do the screen test, but ultimately it was a no-brainer. I've been a fan of Spider-Man since I was a kid, and I just knew that if I got the chance, there was no possibility of saying no. But there's always a pressure about it, of wanting to honor the thing that you care so much about. It's like a great relationship; it's like taking care of a child, or—
EMMA STONE: You're so intense!
AG: No, I'm not. You get it.
ES: [Laughs] I get it.
TV: Emma, did you feel the same way?
ES: The idea of it was incredibly daunting. But I really liked the scenes that they sent me, and when I looked into the story of Gwen Stacy, which is epic and tragic and incredible, I loved it so much. Something was telling me that I needed to be her. And then I tested with him, and that sealed the deal. Because meeting Andrew, and working with Andrew—cover your ears, Andrew, earmuffs—
ES: It was one of the greatest experiences I've ever had.
AG: [Laughs] Yes! Fooled her.
ES: Really, the way he is as an actor is just completely different from anyone I've ever worked with. I never went to school for this, so getting to be a sponge off certain people is very vital to me.
TV: And what was your first impression of her?
AG: It was like I woke up when she came in. She was the last person to screen-test, and I was so bored of it by then that I was mucking about—I'd been pretending I was Tom Hanks or Seth Rogen. And then she came in, and it was like diving into white-water rapids and having no desire to hang on to the side. Throughout shooting, it was wild and exciting. I couldn't help but try to stay with her, keep pace with her, and not let her get away. [Laughs] Like an animal preying on a smaller animal, but a wily smaller animal.
ES: [Giggling] Shhh. That is enough.
TV: In this movie, you play high school students. What were you two actually like in high school?
ES: Well, I was homeschooled in seventh and eighth grades, and I moved out to L.A. when I was fifteen.
TV: So, no prom?
ES: I did go to prom with a friend. Mostly we just sat there like, "So, this is prom."
AG: My school in England didn't have prom. But I did go to a mixed school, girls and boys, so that was exciting. I got into quite a lot of trouble, but I was also very navel-gaze-y as well. Broody.
TV: If you'd had senior superlatives, what do you think they would have been?
ES: Mine might have been Loudest, or probably Class Clown. Do you agree with that?
AG: Yeah, I do.
ES: So I say Class Clown, and you say Class Clown? That's what I end up with?
AG: All right, Perfect Everything then.
ES: Oh my god. [Both laugh]
AG: Is that better?
ES: That's so much better.
TV: What's his?
ES: [With an English accent] Biggest Brooder.
AG: I don't know what I would have been. Class Clown/Biggest Introvert? I had an equal measure of both. What would you give me?
ES: I would give you Best Thinker.
TV: Did either of you have high school sweethearts?
AG: I had an unrequited love. She actually quoted a Spice Girls song to ask me out and then dumped me after about four hours.
ES: That's so romantic, because I was a huge Spice Girls fan.
AG: It took me several years to get over it.
TV: Both of you started acting when you were pretty young. What do you think drew you to the stage?
ES: For me, it was all childhood anxiety and panic attacks. Being able to do improv, to just make things up on the spot and be funny or sad or whatever I was feeling, and to have it be OK, was super helpful. To this day, that's why I love it so much.
AG: I can relate to that, for sure.
TV: And Emma, you have another big movie coming out this fall, right? Gangster Squad?
ES: Yes, it's based on a true story about a mob boss, played by Sean Penn. I'm the girl on his arm, but then I start fooling around with one of the cops who's trying to catch him.
TV: That's your Crazy, Stupid, Love costar Ryan Gosling?
ES: Yes, Ryan again.
AG: That freaking dreamboat ... I think I'm more attracted to Ryan Gosling than any woman could ever be. [Emma laughs] I think about him so often. I'm not joking!
ES: Here's a little insight into Andrew's psyche.
AG: I have a proper man crush. Years ago, we did a screen test together, and he was just so inspiring. He reminded me of what I imagined Pacino and De Niro were like back in the day, that kind of truthful, visceral, lived-in acting. I was like, That's what I want to follow.
TV: So it was pivotal then. [To Emma] And you've actually worked with him.
ES: Right. So just, like, ditto. [Everyone laughs]
TV: Emma, I have to ask about your hair color—
AG: Why? Why is that important?
ES: I think that people—
TV: People don't usually get to experience—
ES: —all different hair colors, and they don't get to find out what it's like to feel like a different person.
AG: Oh my god, this is one thing about being a girl that I will never understand. It's like hearing a different language.... Well, how do you feel?
ES: I have liked being blonde lately because I was blonde when I was little. So whatever I'm going through is easier because I look in the mirror and I look like I did when I was a kid. But people do always ask that. They ask who is my style icon, what's the one thing that I can't leave my house without. I'm always like, "My clothes!" I can pretty much leave without anything. It's fine as long as I'm not naked.
AG: I don't get asked that—
ES: You get asked interesting, poignant questions because you are a boy.
TV: It's sexism.
ES: It is sexism.
AG: Oh, come on.
ES: [Points to Andrew] I get asked about relationships and stuff a hell of a lot more than this one does.
AG: That's true.
TV: What do you say?
ES: I say I don't talk about my personal life!
This week is going to be dedicated to Emma Stone and there will be only a couple more post about her style till Sunday. Hope you like it as much as I do making them!
Esta semana vai ser dedicada à Emma Stone e por isso podem contar com mais dois post sobre o seu estilo até ao final da semana. Espero que gostem destes posts tanto como eu de os fazer!
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