Jennifer Lawrence, the mesmerizing star of “No Hard Feelings”, is the luminous focus of Interview Issue 549, her charisma captured masterfully by Collier Schorr’s lens. Looking effortlessly chic in an Alaïa swimsuit paired with L.A. Apparel sweatpants, Lawrence paints a picture of relaxed luxury on the cover.
Stylist Mel Ottenberg’s keen eye dresses the Hollywood starlet in a stunning array of designs, including pieces from the creative minds of AMI Alexandre Mattiussi, Rick Owens, Alexandre Vauthier, Loewe, ERL, Wolford and Bottega Veneta.
With impeccable hair styling by Shay Ashual and flawless make-up by Fulvia Farolfi, Lawrence’s radiance is further enhanced. Alicia Torello’s skillful manicure completes the picture, while Javier Irigoyen’s innovative set design, in collaboration with Hen’s Tooth Productions adds a touch of enchantment.
In an interview with Interview Magazine, the Oscar-winning actress opened up about her return to the big screen, her experiences with motherhood, and her foray into the world of comedy. The interview, conducted by fellow actress Cameron Diaz, offered a candid look into Lawrence’s life and career.
After a brief hiatus, Lawrence has made a triumphant return to Hollywood with her latest film, “No Hard Feelings“, an R-rated comedy where she plays an Uber driver who dates an awkward teenager for money. This marks a departure from her previous roles, and Lawrence expressed her excitement about exploring the genre of comedy. She described the experience of filming “No Hard Feelings” as a blast and expressed her admiration for the film’s director, Gene Stupnitsky, known for his work on “The Office“.
Lawrence also discussed her experiences with motherhood and how it has influenced her career decisions. She explained that having a child has helped her to be more selective about the projects she takes on, weighing whether they are worth being away from her child for extended periods. She also expressed gratitude for her husband, Cooke Maroney, whom she described as the greatest father in the world.
In addition to her acting career, Lawrence has also ventured into the world of production with her company, Excellent Cadaver. She explained that the company’s name is an old mafia term for a hit on a celebrity, and she liked the aggressive and masculine connotations of the phrase. The company, which she started with her best friend Justine Ciarrocchi, focuses on empowering new filmmakers and widening the scope of who gets opportunities in the industry.
Throughout the interview, Lawrence’s passion for her work and her commitment to maintaining a balance between her career and personal life were evident. Despite the challenges that come with fame and the demands of Hollywood, she remains dedicated to her craft and excited about the opportunities that lie ahead.