Tina Fey graces Vogue’s March 2010 cover (pics, video)
Comedienne Tina Fey looks gorgeous (and overly Photoshopped) on the March 2010 cover of American Fashion Bible Vogue. An interview with the 39-year-old actress is always a delight so here are some highlights on what she opened up about:
On her knowledge about fashion: “I feel like any understanding I have of clothes and their impact came from the theater. I worked in the costume shop at UVA, and then later, when I was a writer at SNL, I became good friends with Dale Richards and Tom Broecker, the guys who do the costumes. Everything I know about proportion and detail and period—as opposed to real-life fashion, all of which I find fascinating—I learned from those guys.”
On normal girls: “I feel like I represent normalcy in some way. What are your choices today in entertainment? People either represent youth, power, or sexuality. And then there’s me, carrying normalcy.” Pause. “Me and Rachel Ray.”
Of the cleavage-baring Prada dress on the cover: “I am a fan of the deep V. These are the things I learned from my friends who are cutter/drapers… I wear a deep V. Because it makes the triangles go the right way. Not good on me? Spaghetti straps. It looks like when you tie up a roast before you put it in the oven.”
What do you think of Tina’s Vogue cover? Fail or win?
WATCH: Behind-the-scenes video on the set of the March 2010 cover shoot
For more pictures and interview, visit Vogue.com.