Scarlett Johansson, who is known for her impeccable fashion sense and naturally blonde locks, has recently transformed her look for the 40th anniversary issue of W magazine. The actress looks absolutely mesmerizing in a Gothic-inspired outfit from the 90s that accentuates her curves, just in time for Halloween.
The latest cover of W magazine’s 40th anniversary edition features Scarlett Johansson, who has been transformed into a goth-inspired beauty. With her black and white hair, nose ring, and wing-tipped eyeliner, the actress is almost unrecognizable. She exudes an edgy vibe with bold red lipstick and diamond rings on her fingers, enhancing her overall look. Scarlett boldly pulls up her Dolce Gabanna silk lace dress to reveal a matching bodysuit, embodying the ultimate bad girl persona. Her transformation is reminiscent of the infamous Cruella de Vil, making her an alluring sight to behold.
The famous entertainer is renowned for her flawlessly stunning golden tresses and everlasting fashion sense. She’s depicted sitting in a dimly lit bar, holding a glass of whiskey with ice, and staring intently at the lens of acclaimed photographer Steven Klein, who immortalized the moment. Furthermore, Scarlett proudly flaunts her fresh wrist tattoo, which pays tribute to the Big Apple and resembles a bracelet embellished with a charm that spells out ‘I Heart NY.’
Scarlett has scored a fresh gig where she is featured on the front page of a magazine that has coincided with wrapping up her latest flick Hitchcock. During the interview, she reminisces about the 90s and boldly admits her distaste for turtleneck sweaters, which used to be trendy back then. Scarlett straightforwardly asserts her disdain for them as she finds them to be “awful.” She quips that even men loathe anything hugging their necks except for her hands.
One of the most memorable parts of the movie is when the actress reenacts the famous shower scene from Janet Leigh’s character’s death. This scene earned Leigh a Golden Globe for her performance as Marion Crane in the 1960 thriller. Scarlett also reveals that her favorite 90s movie is Jurassic Park.
Scarlett graces the cover of the upcoming November issue of a renowned fashion magazine. In the interview, she candidly talks about her childhood phobias, revealing her fear of clowns and dolls, especially Chucky. She also shares her thoughts on the groundbreaking movie, Jurassic Park, which left an indelible impression on her mind. Scarlett pays homage to the late comedian Chris Farely, reminiscing about her fondness for him during his heyday. The magazine marks its 40th anniversary this November with four distinct covers, featuring Keira Knightley, Mia Wasikowska, Rooney Mara, and Scarlett herself. Fans of the actress can look forward to her upcoming film Hitchcock, where she portrays Janet Leigh, the iconic actress who met a tragic end in the infamous shower scene of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 horror classic Psycho.