Rachel graced the cover of December’s issue of Grazia (France), with a very gorgeous new photoshoot by Diego Uchitel. We have digital scans and more photos added in our gallery.
Kate posed for international animal rights nonprofit Animal Equality‘s Their Voice Summer 2018 issue, and also opened up about her thoughts on equality, Pose, and veganism.
On what inspired her to become vegan: “I have always been an animal lover and was a vegetarian for a while off and on. When I read my friend Kimberly Snyder’s book called The Beauty Detox Solution it solidified my belief that we aren’t meant to consume animal products (whether you’re an animal lover, activist or not). Learning about the process that our bodies go through to digest meat and dairy was eye opening for me. My love of animals and animal activism has grown over the years so it was a no brainer for me to become a vegan. It took me a little while to fully give up cheese; otherwise, it was easy.”
On Pose: “Pose is a show that features the largest LGBTQ cast and crew, on and off camera. It explores the ballroom culture in NYC in the 1980’s. I’m excited to be a part of a series that will educate people about an amazing community that has been marginalized for so long. It’s funny and heartbreaking, but at the end of the day the show is about family and how no matter where you come from or what gender you may be, we all just want to belong to something and feel love.”
On advocating for animal and human rights: “I feel it is my moral obligation to give a voice to animals because they cannot fight for themselves. They do not choose to be ripped from their families or trapped in cages their entire lives. If we aren’t trying to help others (whether human or animal) and give back in some way, then we shouldn’t expect the world to be a very nice place to live.”
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Our gallery was updated with scans of Shape Magazine, that brings Kate on cover. The beautiful photoshoot is also used on our new layout! Check it:
Kate is gracing the cover of Shape magazine in its May issue. On the interview, she explains why she decided to go vegan.
Thanks to her new marriage, a healthier way of eating, and animal advocacy work she’s passionate about, Kate Mara has found her bliss zone.
We updated our gallery with the photoshoot and the behind-the-scenes video screen captures. You will find scans added asap!
Lots of people talk about living in the moment, but only a few master the experience. Kate Mara is one of them. “I’m not a person who plans ahead,” says the actor, 35. “I enjoy the here and now as much as I can. I’m at my best when I’m not worrying about the future.”
That strategy is clearly a winning one, because Kate’s life these days is pretty fantastic. Last summer she married her boyfriend of two years, actor Jamie Bell, becoming stepmother to his 4-year-old son. “I love knowing that I have a partner for life,” Kate says. “I feel very proud to call Jamie my husband and to have made that commitment to him.” Her career is also soaring. Kate is starring in the movie Chappaquiddick, and she’s playing a leading role in Pose, a groundbreaking musical drama debuting this summer about life in New York City in the 1980s, featuring the biggest transgender cast ever on a TV series.
She spoke to the magazine about her desire to help create conversations among people.
“I feel a moral obligation to make things that somehow create conversations among people. I think that is the whole point of art anyway, whether it is film or a painting, or whatever, to bring people together and to talk. I’ve done quite a few political projects, but to me it doesn’t have to be, it can be emotional in a lot of ways. Right now with this new series [Pose] Ryan Murphy is breaking a lot of ground with an amazing trans cast that really does reflect that conversation of what’s happening in today’s world.”
For more from Kate, visit TheHeroineMagazine.com.
Kate is currently on cover of Haute Living, for its July/August issue. Photographed by John Russo, she talked about Megan Leavey, her love for animals – and the work she and Rooney do on Humane Society, growing up watching musicals, football, the upcoming Chappaquiddick, her friendship with Ellen Page and their movie Mercy and, obviously, Jamie.
You can find the full interview below, and also on Haute Living website. Also, the pretty photoshoot is already added in our gallery. Scans will be added as soon its available – the magazine is set to be on stands next July 4th!
On current Elle magazine issue there’s an interview with Julien Dossena, the artistic director of Paco Rabanne, featuring a pretty new picture with Kate Mara. He’s talking about the new Paco Rabanne line, more metallic, minimalist, boyish.
He remembers Kate calling him requesting a dress for using on Met Ball. We have added scans in our gallery.
For this year’s Met Ball, actress Kate Mara requested a custom version of the sheer minidress made of smoky plastic disks from Dossena’s fall 2015 collection. “She is that kind of woman I love, with an efortless and boyish elegance,” Dossena says of the actress, who follows her turn in House of Cards with a clutch of films Morgan, Megan Leavey, and Chappaquiddick. The Met Ball fitting took place via Skype, while Dossena was on his iPhone at a bar, which seems apropos given both his wired-up MO and the inherent futurism of Paco Rabanne. Mara loved the functionality of her bespoke outfit. “Usually, you’re in some sort of a gown that’s hard to move in,” she says. “But this was very soft and light.”