Eiza González se comió al mundo con su sesión de fotos para Vouge

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Eiza González no sólo es una belleza latina en Hollywood, además aprovecha su popularidad para dar fundamentales mensajes a todo el mundo.

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Last day💕 Thanks Sundance !#ParadiseHills

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Prueba de ello fue la sesion fotográfica que tuvo para la revista Vogue en donde celebraron al talento femenino en el planeta del espectáculo y las hicieron visualizar como genuinas diosas a todas, sin embargo Eiza la rompió.

En su cuenta de Instagram la actriz reveló un par de fotografías de la sesion y le agradeció a la revista y al fotógrafo Carnet Juliendys.

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@juliendys🥀🥀 beautiful art for @voguemagazine

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En conferencia para Vouge, Eiza reveló como es el cine típico de México:

Otras artistas como Bruna Marquezine, la hermosa actriz brasileña, participaron en dicha sesión.

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In our April issue, the women we have assembled, including @brunamarquezine (above), live in places like Berlin, Seoul, and Shanghai. They are massively famous in their casa countries, and, in many cases, well on their way to that kind of fame in countries we more typically think of as entertainment powerhouses. But bringing them together is not intended to make a statement about crossing over from the periphery to the center; it is about the new center, which is everywhere and nowhere at once. Travel is easier and cheaper than it 11 was; films and TV shows from around the world are accessible in an instant. Netflix alone currently offers about 35 foreign-language shows that will stream straight to your laptop, and plans to host up to 100. Broadway is a testing ground for the West End, and vice versa, with Sydney and Melbourne not infrequently triangulating the transatlantic (and transpacific) theater trade. Social media make a certain kind of fame unrestricted, cut loose from subway posters or network television. We live in global times, and these are the faces of the new world order. Tap the link in our bio to read the full cover story. Photographed by @mikaeljansson, styled by #CamillaNickerson, written by Gaby Wood, Vogue, April 2019

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La bellísima actriz británica de 30 años, Vanessa Hobbs, además lució alucinante para la revista.

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@vanessa__kirby will soon appear in Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, and Kirby’s mission in that pelicula was to make sure her character was not your average sex symbol. “She’s as much of a fighter as the men,” she elaborates. “I was wearing polo necks and trousers—I mean, you literally don’t see any skin at all. And it was important to make sure she is never saved by the man. Even if it’s on a subconscious level, a thirteen-year-old girl might walk out of the cinema and feel, ‘Oh, I’m as capable as my brother.’ ” All of this was Kirby’s idea, and, she says, she “felt heard”: “I think it’s a really different time.” Tap the link in our bio to read more from our April issue cover story. Photographed by @mikaeljansson, styled by #CamillaNickerson, written by Gaby Wood, Vogue, April 2019

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Dawn Richards, la talentosa cantante norteamericana, impresionó a todos con un outfit entre nativo americano y africano.

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@dawnrichard’s new album, New Breed, sheds light on a local tradition that’s been a part of Richard’s family for decades: the Mardi Gras Indian parade, a result of a kindred partnership that formed centuries ago between Native Americans and Africans in what’s now considered Louisiana. “The one thing they had in common was the art of dance and the art of sewing: the garb, the costumes, and that became the communication between the cultures that led the Mardi Gras festivities for us,” says Richard. “Mardi Gras was Carnival for white people who had money and black people couldn’t be a part of that. They wouldn’t let them participate in it,” Richard says of the origins of the practice. “Black people would come out in their garb and show each other what ward and what tribe sewed the best. They’d create these incredible ceremonies with each other, and it gave them an identity where it had been stripped away.” Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photo by @weguap

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