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(Scans) American Cinematographer

This month’s American Cinematographer features the film “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and, naturally, Saoirse. The images in which we can see her have already been posted to our gallery, but I thought you might want to read the entire article on the film, so here you go:

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Saoirse’s Interview with Elle

Saoirse has recently talked to Elle Magazine about about choosing complex characters, her Bridesmaids birthday party plans, and her unbridled love of brogues. Read the interview below:

How would you define your style? How has your stylist Grace Moore helped it evolve?
You know about Grace! Oh, that’s so nice! She’s one of my best mates. If an Irish designer is good at what they do—and there are a few in particular: Simone Rocha is one who is doing so well at the moment, Tim Ryan is another great designer—I want to wear them. I think about what I wear. I also feel like this is what everyone says, but I wear a lot of casual stuff. I wear jeans mostly, and trousers. I found that I started to dress an awful lot like my mom, so I wear a lot of ’90s, long, floral dresses now, and a lot of print shirts and jeans. That’s what I’m most comfortable in. And brogues. [Kicks up a leg to show off her lace-up shoes] I have so many brogues! And I wear them whenever I can. If I could convert people to brogues, I’d be so happy.

When Wes Anderson sent Ralph Fiennes the script for ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, he told the actor, “Just read the script and tell me who you want to play.” He couldn’t do that with you—unless they considered you for Tilda Swinton’s character?
Listen, if there’s a character that has a birthmark in the shape of Mexico on her face, there’s no contest. It was always going to be Agatha for me. But I still couldn’t quite believe it when my agent called me and said that Wes Anderson wanted to send me the script to read.

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