November 2019 – “When you have hope the whole world can change before your eyes.”
Committed for ten years now in empowering millions of children to build a better future through education, Bvlgari and Save the Children celebrate their partnership by launching the new #GiveHope campaign, shot by photographer Rankin.
Lily Aldridge, Ursula Corbero, Alicia Vikander, Lady Kitty Spencer, Laura Harrier, Eva Green, Nieves Alvarez, Maria Pedraza, Carina Lau, Isabella Ferrari, Maya Henry, Nadine, Kristina Bazan, Lilly De Wittgenstein, Emilia Schuele, Paolo Stella, Evangelie Smyrniotaki, Mario Casas, Karena Lam, Svetlana, Aseel Omran, Candela Pelizza, Giulia Maenza, Ginevra Bulgari, Carlota Bulgari, Bvlgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin and Rankin himself have posed for the charity campaign, joining Bvlgari and Save the Children in their ambition to give a tangible hope to the most vulnerable children. A dream so far shared by the over 300 celebrities involved in the cause since the beginning of the partnership.
Do you own a pair of ice-skates? And What are your feelings about ABBA? We sat down with Alicia Vikander, the star of Netflix’s Earthquake Bird, to test her Nordic-ness in a game of How Nordic Are You?
Oscar winning actress, Alicia Vikander the star of ‘Tomb Raider’, ‘The Danish Girl’ and now Netflix’s new thriller film, ‘Earthquake Bird’ joins GLAMOUR UNFILTERED and opens up about standing up for herself in sex scenes and how she is glad she had an ‘inner compass’ at the beginning of her career to deal with the, ‘moment when you were afraid.’ Speaking in a rare and personal interview to GLAMOUR the Swedish born actress also shares the biggest earthquake in her own life, quitting ballet and how it felt like, ‘I had created this horrific moment of letting people down.’