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Robin Wright Covers Harper’s Bazaar UK April 2016

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Robin wears Ralph Lauren Collection dress and Tiffany & Co jewellery on the subscribers’ edition cover, styled by Charlie Harrington and photographed by David Slijper for Harper’s Bazaar

Robin Wright covers Harper’s Bazaar UK April 2016 issue and she looks lovely on it. If you are a fan of Netflix House of Cards series, then you will know all about Robin’s Character – Claire Underwood, the power hungry, first lady of the United States of America, and if you don’t watch House of Cards, I suggest you binge on it now, or no, binge on it after reading this post.

I admire Robin’s character in the series. She is so strong and fierce, it is captivating. I am a huge fan of the series, and I finished watching all 4 seasons, and looking forward to the 5th. One thing that captivates me about the show, apart from the intense story line, and how crazy the Underwoods are, is Claire’s amazing style. Her stylish dresses that fit like a glove, and her lovely hair cut makes me envy her. This woman is a show-stopper and she knows it.

I am loving the Ralph Lauren dress she has on the subscribers cover, and the pose is giving me life, and I see myself grabbing this issue most definitely. I can’t believe this woman will be 50 years old next month (April), she looks like a 30-year-old woman. Don’t you think?

 

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Robin wears Max Mara top and Tiffany & Co cuff on the newsstand cover, photographed by David Slijper

I am also loving the main cover, I think Robin looks beautiful on this issue, the Max Mara top looks amazing, but I think I prefer the subscribers cover. The pose and the dress she has on there is everything.

What do you think of both covers? Which do you prefer?

Drop me a comment, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading.

 

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16 responses

  1. I think she is really gorgeous. I love her princess bride dress. It is beautiful. Looking forward to have a copy

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