Kirsten Dunst Covers Gotham Magazine’s Fall Fashion Issue



Kirsten Dunst is a fashionista. The actress fronts Gotham magazine’s Fall Fashion issue.

In this special issue, Dunst is interview by fellow actress, Julianne Moore. Dunst chats it up about career goals, being a kid star, not letting fame get to her head and much more.

On her current role as Peggy in the hit FX series, Fargo:

“The first season was outstanding. I loved the writing and the way it was shot. Then I got two episodes for the new season with [creator/writer] Noah Hawley, and I knew that whatever trajectory Peggy was going on, it was going to be one of the nuttiest characters I’ve ever played… She’s trying to break out of Minnesota and become a celebrity hairdresser.”

On the movie role she feels was the closest to her own character:

“When I was 16 and did Bring It On. I was that girl. It was like me being in high school as myself. It wasn’t a stretch at all. I was a cheerleader, my best friend was a cheerleader. I wasn’t in competitions, but I watched them on TV.”

On being a child actress:

“The influence of how I was raised was the best career advice, because being a child actress can really be unhealthy for your psyche. But my mom always sent me to normal school, so I never missed out on the prom or field trips or any of that stuff.”

On her future career in directing:

“I might be doing that next year… We’re in the rewrite phase [of the script], and we have an actress. It’s almost all together, but I can’t fully talk about it yet.”

On her upcoming, much anticipated movie Midnight Special:

“It’s about a young boy, my son, who has special powers. It reminds me of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. I think Jeff Nichols is one of the best young directors of our time. I’ve wanted to work with him for a while, so I fought to be in this movie.”

On what she would be if she wasn’t an actress:

“Definitely something creative, like a painter or photographer or a fashion designer.”

On her greatest fashion influencers:

“I don’t think I’ve ever gotten advice. It’s more that I had really good influences. When I was 16, I was working with Sofia Coppola, who is one of the chicest women I’ve ever met. And my mom was always into fashion. She lived in Germany for 10 years and had a lot of old Kenzo in her closet.”

On being the first major celebrity to wear Rodarte:

“I have worked with these stylists, Nina and Claire Hallworth, since I was very young, and they introduced me to Rodarte’s clothes. Then I met [designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy] and we became fast friends. Now we’re making a movie together, and we start in a week.”




Credit: Rene & Radka


Posted on August 23, 2015, in ENTERTAINMENT NEWS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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