Actress Emily Blunt, co-star in The Devil Wears Prada, adorns â€œThere Will be Beautyâ€, the extravagant editorial of the May 2009 issue of Vanity Fair Magazine.
The British-born actress, who was photographed by Michael Roberts, models Victorian-era exquisite, lavish and romantic ensembles. Some of the clothing choices include frilly and lacy ball gowns, evening dresses and other attires by haute couture labels including Dior, Gaultier, Lacroix, Armani and Chanel.
Implications - The editorial taps into scenes from the movie Titanic, especially the images where Emily Blunt is lying down on the elegant sofa. The author of the featured Vanity Fair editorial says that "amid gloom and disaster the couture collections may be more vital than ever."
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