Nicole Kidman is taking over the world, one baby step at a time! From stunning red carpet appearances to her much-awaited film, Bombshell, there's nothing this diva will ever do that will not faze us.
This time, the beaut turns cover star for Tatler Magazine's exciting 2020 issue and we're floored by her chicness! Take a look:
Hollywood titan Nicole Kidman saddles up for the New Twenties as the cover star of the January issue, to mark the new decade. As her new film, Bombshell, opens with a bang (based on the sex scandal that rocked Fox News, the jewel in Murdoch’s empire) Kidman opens up to Tatler about taking risks, finding love again and a future of big little highs. Here she wears a jersey blazer over a taffeta shirt (both by Fendi), a vintage Chanel pearl necklace and a felt top hat by Lock & Co. Hatters (a favourite of the royals). Photographed by @jackwaterlotstudio and styled by @sophiepera; with hair by @italogregorio and make-up by @mollyrstern. At the link in bio, read an abridged version of the full interview that will appear in the January issue, on sale Thursday 5 December.
Styled by Sophie Pera, Nicole stuns in this red-hot Fendi ensemble. Her look was accentuated with accessories by The Hirst Collection and Lock Hatters.
Check out some more looks from the cover story here:
January cover star Nicole Kidman presides over a multi-decade long career and some pretty flawless portrayals – everyone from Virginia Woolf to a Parisian courtesan in Moulin Rouge to the titular role in Grace of Monaco and one of Henry James’s susceptive heiresses in The Portrait of A Lady. Here, Kidman is dressed in a lamé ensemble by Dior haute couture, photographed by @jackwaterlotstudio and styled by @sophiepera. At the link in bio, read an abridged version of the full interview that will appear in the January issue, on sale Thursday 5 December.
In the interview, January cover star Nicole Kidman, dressed in a satin and velvet cape by Giorgio Armani, talks about the loss of her father, Dr Antony Kidman, the scientist who died in 2014; a death that she still feels keenly. She shares a memory of the immediate aftermath following his death, when she was crying and her daughters tried to comfort her. ‘My three-year-old said, “But you’re not going to be sad like this tomorrow, are you?” That’s when you realise, y’know, you have to be OK. Because they need to know that they’re safe, that their mother isn’t going to fall apart.’ She adds, ‘Inside? I was beyond shattered. But I had to rally.’ Photographed by @jackwaterlotstudio and styled by @sophiepera. At the link in bio, read an abridged version of the full interview that will appear in the January issue, on sale Thursday 5 December.