Claflin gives an interview to Flare magazine. He talks about his role in Love, Rosie, his favorite romantic comedies, and advice he’s gotten.
The best advice is be yourself and don’t let love change you. Because I think people get so wrapped up in it, they kind of lose themselves, who they are and what’s important to them. But I think love should support you—it should make you a better you, not change you.
July gives an interview to Flare magazine. She talks about making a film version of The First Bad Man, social media, and fashion.
I loved to think about that while I was writing it. It has suspense, romance, great big reveals—it has it all. But the truth is, I don’t want to direct it and I don’t really want anyone else to do it because it’s so rare that a movie makes a book better. I think once I finished the book I was done with that idea, it served its purpose.
Palermo and Huebl appear on the cover of the February 2015 issue of Flare magazine. They talk about how they knew they were meant to be.
I had a feeling that she would be The One from early on. Six years later, I finally asked her to be my wife.
Hunnam gives an interview to Flare magazine. He talks about his childhood and projects he’s working on.
There was a loneliness to growing up like that. I had to fill up my days and create a life for myself, which forced me to use my imagination and cultivate a dream of what I wanted my life to be. I don’t think I would have pursued my career in film with quite as much vigour had I not had those years for it to become concrete in my mind that this is the only thing I want to do.
Jacobs appears on the cover of the January 2015 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about her past.
I was really, really broke, and I slept on this chair that folded out into a bed. I was at the stage where all my friends were worried about me.
Dormer appears on the cover of the December 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about getting a role in The Forest, being an actor, and her Game of Thrones co-stars.
I’m just an actor! I was a daydreamer as a kid. I want to act because of whatever artistic bone is in my body. I want to explore what it is to be alive. I just want to make good sh-t.
Rocha appears on the cover of the November 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about knowing her designers, blissful ignorance, and faking it till you make it. Rocha is also a guest editor for Flare.
A lot of designers give models a little thing here and there to thank them for their work. My first was a Louis Vuitton bag that the casting director presented to me on bended knee in this very regal way, saying, “Here, Coco, I hand you a gift.” I just blurted out, “Wow, this is my first real Louis Vuitton bag!” I thought it was a reasonable thing to say—my mom was a flight attendant, and she’d bring me imitations from Asia all the time—but now I look back and think it’s probably best not to admit to having a knock-off designer bag.
Kaling appears on the cover of the October 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about wanting kids, the benefits of being single, and sexism in the television industry.
Of course I’m riddled with doubts like every other creative, neurotic person, but if you don’t display them all the time, you’re seen as overconfident. I’ve worked in television for 10 years straight. If I were a man, it wouldn’t be considered strange [to have confidence] at all.
Moretz appears on the cover of the September 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about fashion, boys, and which parts are hardest in films.
Just put me in whatever is fun and interesting, things that I won’t be able to wear when I’m 30.
Ora appears on the cover of the August 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about makeup, the Rimmel collection, and people comparing her to Rihanna.
There’s always competition. I definitely feel it. I thrive off of it. I love it. I don’t look at it as a competition, I look at it as a form of energy.
Hale appears on the cover of the July 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about country music, being on a reality show, and her dreams.
It’s very scary being open, being vulnerable, putting yourself out there at the risk of failing. The scariest part is working so, so hard for something and then it not paying off, but that almost doesn’t even matter to me anymore. Making the album was the best experience of my life.
Page appears on the cover of the June 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about the possibility of producing and directing, being gay, and LGBTQ rights.
I feel more creatively inspired than I have in years and I’m sure it has to do with a lot of bricks being taken out of the backpack.
Mendes appears on the cover of the May 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about her favorite film actresses, body conscious clothes, and why she hates skinny jeans.
I’m always in dresses, in skirts—I think they’re so easy. People are always saying, ‘I love jeans, they’re so casual and easy,’ but I think jeans aren’t easy. They’re my worst nightmare.
Clarke appears on the cover of the April 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about Game of Thrones, her childhood, and her role in Terminator.
This is the most physical transformation I’ve ever done. But I haven’t done anything before this—I’ve done Game of Thrones and that’s about it. With Dany, it’s all CGI dragons, so not much training is needed.
Hudgens appears on the cover of the February 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about working with directors, taking on more mature roles, and her fans.
Now it’s adults, and not even those who have kids, who actually know me. It’s kinda cool because people my age are actually seeing my work and appreciating it.
Boulud gives an interview to Flare magazine. He talks about his book DANIEL: My French Cuisine, New York’s culinary scene, and presentation when dining.
I was not so concerned with trying to make a home cookbook; I wanted to translate what the restaurant DANIEL means today. I wanted to show that after all those years in New York, I am still very French; I think we should all have something that we hold on to.
Williams gives an interview to Flare magazine. He talks about style and collaborating with people.
When you collaborate with people it’s almost like a crash course on their minds and skill set. It allows me to learn and get better. Phoebe Philo is another brilliant mind who has chosen to take her lifestyle and make that the muse of her work. She’s the king right now. Does Holt Renfrew sell Céline?
Heard appears on the cover of the September 2013 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about keeping her relationship with Johnny Depp private, her film Paranoia, and how she chooses a role.
[The script] doesn’t say that these characters are ‘sexy.’ I’m not picking them because of that. I take roles that are interesting, and scripts that have female characters with depth.
Knightley appears on the cover of the December 2012 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about Anna Karenina, playing Anna, and growing up in the public eye.
When I was very young, I was hounded by these hideous men. What they wanted was the picture of me falling out of the club. They weren’t going to get that out of me. No, I chose very, very deliberately not to, because I couldn’t bear the idea of giving in to them. It takes a stubbornness.
Lawrence appears on the cover of the June 2011 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about being a wild child, her athletic build, and Oscar parties.
I went to the Vanity Fair [Oscar] party for a cool 15 minutes. And then I took off. I’m like a little old lady. I’m always tired around midnight! I mean, it was cool to see Elton John, and I met Billy Crystal, which was amazing, but yeah, I’m mostly just kind of uncomfortable.
Grimmelmann gives an interview to Flare magazine. She talks about her favorite designers, moving around a lot, and what she likes to read.
Since I study international relations, I read everything from history to political theory, but I really enjoy reading, so I have literature too. I read fiction a lot and memoirs. Also my old flat mate was a screenwriter. Our entire flat consisted of books and DVDs.
Jones gives an interview to Flare magazine. He talks about hats, awards, and his acceptance speech.
I don’t feel like me without a hat, I become complete. It’s the T-shirt of hats, for morning, noon or night, Marlene Dietrich or Johnny Rotten.
Belle gives an interview to Flare magazine. She talks about what super powers she wants, Angelina Jolie, and growing up in the spotlight.
It’s never been difficult for me because I think it comes with the job. If you can’t handle it, it’s the wrong career choice. Any job has pros and cons. Luckily I have a really strong family and friends to keep me grounded.