Drew Barrymore: The Height of Fashion
Drew Barrymore is Harper’s Bazaar February 2007 covergirl. Two covers will be circulating this time around. One will feature Drew in a black asymmetrical one strap dress. The other of Drew can be seen below, she’s atop a NYC skyscraper in a beautiful white flowy dress (looks like another asymmetrical with a shawl). Both pictured below. Absolutely gorgeous shots. Here are some choice quotes from the interview:
- On her past crushes: “The guys I had crushes on growing up were Ted Koppel and David Letterman.”
- On her dream collaborator Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat): “I like smart, weird, funny and sharp.”
- On having dated Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti for five years: “The longest I’ve ever been with someone was like two to three years, so I’m in uncharted waters. Right now I’m more into championing him as a human being than gushing love for him.”
- On making her relationship last with Fabrizio: “You have to reinvent your relationship if you want to continue being together. Right now I’m in a phase of ‘I’m not even your girlfriend. I’m your best friend who is madly in love with you.’ I’m really interested in watching him right now.”
- On their busy schedules being a blessing: “There have been days when we’ve been like, ‘Man, if we could just come home every night and eat Chinese on the couch and watch movies.’ But then you get into that routine and you’re like, ‘God, I miss missing you.’ ”
- On being a bit more carefree: “Don’t take life so seriously. Don’t take the movie industry too seriously. Don’t take your relationship so dammed seriously all the time. Laugh more! Laugh your ass off!
- On struggling with her weight: “I constantly battle with my weight. I want to eat whatever I want and get away with it, but I can’t.”
- Her advice for Lindsay Lohan: “I know Lindsay, and I like her very much. You just have to try to be as graceful as you can. You know, you flub, you flub. And that’s life. … I think, do what you want, but just be professional.”
Surprise! Another romantic comedy! Drew‘s latest film Music and Lyrics co-starring Hugh Grant opens Valentine’s Day. The film tells the story of a washed up singer (Grant) that is given a couple days to compose a chart-topping hit for an admiring teen sensation. Though he’s never written lyrics in his life, he sparks with an offbeat younger woman (Barrymore) with a flair for words.
Hey look, it’s the case of the Photoshop-ing and floating hand again! Thinning her out, of course…