Monday, September 27, 2021

Editorial: Lupita Nyong’o for Glamour Magazine’s December’14 Issue

Kenyan actress, Lupita Nyong’o might’ve seemed M.I.A for a little while now, but she’s resurfaced to grace the cover of Glamour US Magazine’s December’14 issue celebrating the Glamour 2014 Women of the Year.

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In an accompanying interview for the shoot, Lupita discusses her acting abilities, as well as her influences growing up, saying;

“Oprah played a big role in my understanding of what it meant to be female and to really step into your own power. I wouldn’t even call her a role model; she was literally a reference point. You have the dictionary, you have the Bible, you have Oprah.”

The star also revealed how she feels about her impact and contribution to the industry – oft dubbed as “The Lupita Effect” – saying;

“I’ve heard people talk about images in popular culture changing, and that makes me feel great, because it means that the little girl I was, once upon a time, has an image to instill in her that she is beautiful, that she is worthy… Until I saw people who looked like me, doing the things I wanted to, I wasn’t so sure it was a possibility. Seeing Whoopi Goldberg and Oprah in The Color Purple, it dawned on me: “Oh—I could be an actress!” We plant the seed of possibility.”

Lensed by Tom Munro, Lupita is styled into pretty, printed pieces by Christopher Kane and Miu Miu with a distinct ’60s twist, including a multi-coloured floral dress to blue-hued dresses embellished around the neck. Team SPICE also loves the white cover ensemble, which is adorned by a glittering set of over-sized earrings.

See all the shots below and view the full interview here;

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Image source: Elle.com

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