"A homosexual man is a man 100%. He does not need to dress homosexual. When homosexuality is exhibited to the extreme — to say, ‘Ah, you know I’m homosexual,’ — that has nothing to do with me. A man has to be a man."
After 40 years in fashion, Giorgio Armani takes John Arlidge on a catwalk parade of Prada snobs, Versace sluts, cosmetic surgery — and reveals he’ll never dress gay (NI) Paul Stuart © News International
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"I never felt directly pressurised by anyone — but indirectly for sure. You’re playing a role where your body is getting or not getting you work and all the other girls are really thin, so it was something I was conscious of but not to an unhealthy extent"
The former model is underpinning her environmental credo with a new venture selling everything from granny-knitted bobble hats to some odd homeware. (NI) Camera Press
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"When I was flung from living a normal life to something that’s not normal, I was scared"
Actress, singer and former model Agyness Deyn, 32, was born Laura Michelle Hollins in Greater Manchester, and followed her friend, the fashion designer Henry Holland, to London. She left modelling to pursue a film career, and lives in Los Angeles. Last year she separated from her husband, the actor Giovanni Ribisi. Here she speaks about all the things she has learned (NI) Camera Press
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"Working gives me energy, it makes me feel alive."
Michael Douglas relaxedly chooses the roles, he likes to play. And he likes adventures and to play the bad ones. Douglas looks back on his career, chats about his son who wants to be an actor, his favourite leasure activities and the incitements to do his latest movies and productions. (AD) Action Press
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"I’m not terribly ambitious. I’m not a pusher. I love acting and I feel incredibly fortunate that I do something I love and support my family, but I don’t think I would be happy trading what I have for a bigger career."
After shooting to television fame two decades ago in Pride and Prejudice, Jennifer Ehle opted for a less dramatic life. Now that she has a commanding role in the film version of Spooks, her cover is blown. (TMG) Action Press
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"I've grown into a better, more independent, confident person just because I'm a woman. "
January Jones on 'Mad Men', remembering the characters, crew, set, costumes, her favourite scenes, ten years of development and the future (AKR) Action Press
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"Every day's a milestone"
It's rare to read her name without seeing the word 'sexy' in the same sentence but the actress is so much more than that. She talks about the thrill of the stage, Woman In Gold - and why she regards 'sexy' as "such an easy, lazy" label. (PA) action press
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"I’m notorious for not answering emails."
Zara Phillips, 33, talks about marriage to Mike Tindall and getting fit for the next Olympics (NI) Camera Press
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"I feel really good about being a little bit elusive. It’s paid off"
House of Cards’ Claire Underwood is everyone’s favourite TV ice queen. Robin Wright talks acting tough and why she’s not afraid of turning 50 (NI) Redux
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"The McQueen Savage exhibition took my breath away. I felt like I was stuck in his brain."
The Glee actress on playing house with Sam Smith and her rebellious punk phase. (BF) action press
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