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Rooney Mara is still on her world subjugation tour — erm, we mean, promoting The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo — so yesterday she stopped to let the good people of Italy know just how she would prefer them to worship her. And she did it in perhaps the girliest dress we’ve seen her wear yet: a classic Valentino red.
Rooney Mara‘s fashion hits just keep on coming!
Rooney Mara‘s red carpet style for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo premieres can be summed up as not-so-basic black (and sometimes white). In keeping with this, last night she stepped out for the Paris premiere in a Louis Vuitton number that truly straddled the line between pretty and cool.
This week the Obamas wore awesome things, Elizabeth Taylor‘s jewelry sold for a whole lot of money, and Courtney Love got evicted. We also learned that Meryl Streep is a total kickass feminist, and that Fashion’s Night Out is unfortunately here to stay.
Vogue put Rooney and Kate Mara on this year’s best dressed sisters list, and last night the stylish siblings battled it out on the red carpet.
Rooney Mara is officially the cover model of the moment. One year ago, the actress appeared as The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo‘s Lisbeth Salander on the cover of W. This year she’s scored a trifecta of sorts: first Vogue, and now Dazed & Confused and Allure.
We feel like we should warn you now, everything about the photos that you’re about to see is so severely pretty it almost hurts.
First we had the sneak peek and now we have the real thing! Rooney Mara‘s Vogue cover, profile, and spread are all here and we’ve hand selected the best (read: strangest) parts all for your viewing pleasure!
Confirming rumors from last month, Rooney Mara is indeed Vogue‘s November cover girl — and the cover is really, really lovely.
Rumor has it that Vogue‘s November issue is going to look very different from September and October. Reports are circulating that Rooney Mara, star of the upcoming film The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, will be front and center on the fashion magazine’s cover.
Rooney Mara as the title character in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo series may well be the most hotly debated casting decision of the last decade. The role of gamine-meets-punkrock hacker Lisbeth Salander typically divides fans into two camps: those who believe Swedish actress Noomi Rapace is, was, and forever will be Salander, and those who, well, could care less. And now Mara’s full transformation into Salander has finally been revealed — on the cover of the February issue of W, no less.
We always wondered how magazines within the same publishing houses avoided putting the same celeb on the same cover in the same month. And we found out this morning that at Conde Nast, it’s Graydon Carter‘s way or the highway.