Vogue December 2014: Amy Adams and Tim Burton Reimagine The Red Shoes

True Blue “I like the way she acts,” says Paul Thomas Anderson, who directed Adams in The Master. “I like the way she looks, the way s...

True Blue “I like the way she acts,” says Paul Thomas Anderson, who directed Adams in The Master. “I like the way she looks, the way she holds herself.” Oscar de la Renta midnight blue silk crepe de chine dress.  Hair: James Pecis; Makeup: Mark Carrasquillo; Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, December 2014 (Vogue.com)
My fave actress Amy Adams, graces the cover of Vogue December 2014. I'm loving the accompanying photo-story, a reimagining of The Red Shoes.

A trained ballerina, Adams stars here in a reimagining of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Red Shoes, with her Big Eyes director, Tim Burton, as the cobbler whose shoes ensorcell a young girl. Schiaparelli Haute Couture blue gingham corset dress, underskirt, and white blouse. Grishko pointe shoes. On Burton: costumes by Hannah Teare.

Fashion Editor: Grace Coddington
Hair: Julien d’Ys for Julien d’Ys; Makeup: Aaron de Mey for Sephora
Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, December 2014
Giambattista Valli Haute Couture dress with macramé embroidery. On Burton: costumes by Hannah Teare.
The magic shoes bring the dancing girl to a cliff, where she is transformed into a bird. Leibovitz looked to Barbara Bazilian’s 1997 retelling of Andersen’s fairy tale.

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