Scarlett Johansson, famous for her chic fashion sense and effortlessly blonde hair, has undergone a complete makeover for the 40th anniversary edition of W magazine. Just in time for Halloween, the actress is stunning in a 90s Gothic ensemble that highlights her impressive curves.
Scarlett Johansson has undergone a goth-inspired transformation for the cover of W magazine’s 40th anniversary edition. The actress is almost unrecognizable with her two-toned black and white hair, reminiscent of the infamous Cruella de Vil, and a nose ring. Her edgy look is enhanced by wing-tipped eyeliner, bold red lipstick, and diamond rings on her fingers. Scarlett confidently pulls up her cleavage-baring Dolce Gabanna silk lace dress, worn over a matching bodysuit, embodying the ultimate bad girl persona.
The well-known performer is recognized for her effortlessly beautiful blonde locks and timeless fashion sensibility. In a moody bar setting, she sits with a glass of whiskey over ice while gazing intently into the camera of renowned photographer Steven Klein, who captured the shot. Additionally, Scarlett proudly displays her wrist tattoo, which was acquired earlier this year. The tattoo is a homage to New York City and takes on the appearance of a bracelet adorned with a charm that reads ‘I Heart NY’.
Scarlett has landed a new role as she graces the cover of a magazine, coinciding with the completion of her latest movie, Hitchcock. The interview delves into the 90s era, and Scarlett isn’t shy about expressing her dislike for turtleneck sweaters, a once-popular trend. Despite their practicality, Scarlett finds them “horrible” and believes that even men don’t like anything around their necks besides her hands.
The scene where the actress portrays Janet Leigh’s iconic death in the shower is a standout moment. Leigh won a Golden Globe for her performance as Marion Crane in the 1960 suspense/horror movie. In addition, Scarlett shares that Jurassic Park is her preferred film from the 90s.
The November issue of the fashion magazine features Scarlett as the cover girl. She reflects on her childhood fear of clowns and dolls like Chucky but admits that Jurassic Park was a mind-blowing experience and she believed that it could happen in real life. Scarlett also pays tribute to the late comedian Chris Farely, who she says was her favorite person of that era. The publication celebrates its 40th anniversary this November with four alternative covers featuring Keira Knightley, Mia Wasikowska, Rooney Mara, and Scarlett. The actress recently completed filming Hitchcock, where she plays Janet Leigh, famously “killed” in the shower scene of the 1960 suspense/horror film Psycho.