January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reunite for Rodarte lookbook

Mad Men co-stars January Jones and Kiernan Shipka have reunited for Rodarte’s new lookbook.The actresses, who played mother-daughter duo Betty and Sally Draper on the hit TV series, which ran from 2007 until 2015, have been tapped by designers Kate and…

Mad Men co-stars January Jones and Kiernan Shipka have reunited for Rodarte’s new lookbook.

The actresses, who played mother-daughter duo Betty and Sally Draper on the hit TV series, which ran from 2007 until 2015, have been tapped by designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy to appear in the spring/summer 2020 campaign for their fashion label.

Posing in front of a painted landscape background, one portrait shows January and Kiernan standing side-by-side while sporting strapless silk floral gowns and with white pearls dotted throughout their hair, while another sees them posing in dramatic ballgowns.

Taking to Instagram to upload the images, January wrote alongside one of the snaps, “Casual family portraits are so back in.”

And the photographs caught the attention of the pair’s former Mad Men co-stars, with Christina Hendricks, who played Joan Holloway, noting, “When was this?!! So dreeeeeeemy (sic),” and Alison Brie, who portrayed Trudy Campbell, posting, “HOLY. S**T.”

However, January and Kiernan aren’t the only celebrities to appear in Rodarte’s latest imagery, with actresses Kirsten Dunst, Margaret Qualley, Gabrielle Union, Lili Reinhart, Helena Howard, Rowan Blanchard, and Yalitza Aparicio, as well as Haim musicians Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim, rapper Kilo Kish, and singer-songwriter King Princess also featuring.

The photoshoot was helmed by photographer Daria Kobayashi Ritch and styled by Shirley Kurata and Ashley Furnival. Regarding the decision to unveil portraits rather than a runway presentation, Laura told Vogue that they wanted to merge their interests in fashion and art.

“As we’ve become more confident and comfortable in our design voice and really seeing what our personality is within the design world, it’s been really nice to think artistically about creating a world behind each collection,” she shared.

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Rowan Blanchard: ‘Hands off my eyebrows!’

Actress Rowan Blanchard bats away makeup artists when they get too close to her eyebrows – the only part of her face she won’t touch.The A Wrinkle in Time star refuses to pluck, tweeze or shape her gorgeous brows.”I literally don’t do anything,” she te…

Actress Rowan Blanchard bats away makeup artists when they get too close to her eyebrows – the only part of her face she won’t touch.

The A Wrinkle in Time star refuses to pluck, tweeze or shape her gorgeous brows.

“I literally don’t do anything,” she tells Refinery29. “I’ve never trimmed them or tweezed them. I’ve had a lot of makeup people try to and I say ‘no’ so quickly. That’s one part of my face I actually feel comfortable with, so I don’t want to change that.

“My brows are like, ‘F**k yeah, this is me baby!’ If you saw my dad, you’d understand my brows. We’re Syrian and Armenian, so that’s why I have them.”

Although she has been pretty adamant about leaving her eyebrows untouched, the 16 year old admits she would consider altering them in one dream scenario.

“I’ve always wanted to dye it (hair) platinum blonde, like Angelina Jolie in Girl, Interrupted. No one will let me, but I really want to,” she shares. “Maybe I’ll get there after I turn 18. I’ll go platinum blonde and shave my eyebrows off.”

Until she reaches adulthood and can go wild with her look, Rowan will be experimenting with different styles through cosmetics.

“I definitely play a lot with makeup,” she shares. “Beauty is something that… is just so infinite, but also, so dictated by what we want to look like. It’s always been something I’m fascinated by, like using the face as a place to paint.

“I think there’s something very advantageous about makeup, but it’s also a way to manipulate gazes, which I’m constantly trying to deal with and play with, like how do I make people look at me like this, or how to make them not look at me.”

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