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posted by Sushi on 04 Oct 2017


posted by Sushi on 04 Oct 2017

From marriage to IVF to antidepressants, Chrissy Teigen, the irrepressible queen of TMI,opens up about, well, everything.

Chrissy Teigen doesn’t hold back.

If you’re one of the 22 million people who follow the model-turned-mogul on Twitter or Instagram, chances are you know this already. Teigen’s goofy, witty, and occasionally raunchy revelations—on topics ranging from her rogue bikini line to the time she hangover-vomited into a bag of Cool Ranch Doritos—are like an online master class in keeping it real, circa 2017. True, as I drive to my interview with Teigen on a summer afternoon in Los Angeles, I’m aware that some skepticism is in order, that in this age of meticulous self-branding, so-called authenticity is often just another pose. But Teigen serves up ample evidence that her trademark openness comes naturally.

First, there’s her choice of venue: Instead of meeting at the Chateau Marmont or at L.A.’s latest vegan hot spot, she wants me to come hang at her house. (That would be Rihanna’s former place, a sleek five-bedroom high on a ridge in Beverly Hills.) When I pull into the driveway and her security guard walks me inside, Teigen looks up from the kitchen sink, where she’s been cleaning out the ears of 19-month-old Luna, her daughter with singer-songwriter John Legend. Within five minutes she’s giving me a tour of her bedroom and closet and even her bathroom, where the toilet is equipped with a motion sensor so that the lid pops up as soon as we walk in. (“It knows me!” she mock-boasts.) Teigen has recently admitted to cutting back on drinking, yet we’re both deep into a glass of rosé when she makes the first of several mentions of her uterus, telling me that it will soon be implanted with a frozen embryo, as she and Legend attempt to have a second child using IVF.

“Sometimes I don’t even realize I’m oversharing,” says Teigen, 32, before we move on to the subject of her anti­depressant medication.

Whatever Teigen’s strategy (or lack of one), it’s clearly working. Since her début in 2010 as a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, she has turned herself into not just an Internet sensation but also a food guru and TV co-host—she’s currently on Lip Sync Battle alongside LL Cool J—with an assortment of fashion and beauty gigs on the side. Most recently these include a buzzy makeup collaboration with Becca Cosmetics for the brand’s Glow Face Palette—containing blush, highlighter, and bronzer shades Teigen selected—as well as a Revolve clothing collection with instruction labels featuring irreverent one-liners like “pls send nudes.”

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posted by Sushi on 04 Oct 2017

Chrissy is on the cover of the November issue of InStyle US. Doesn’t she look drop dead gorgeous? *heart eyes*

You can find outtakes of her shooting down below & don’t forget to read her interview here.

   
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Photoshoot Pictures > 2017 > US InStyle (November 2017)

 


posted by Sushi on 28 Sep 2017

 Chrissy was on set of a photoshoot for Revolve. She’ll have her own collection called ChrissyXRevolve which will be available soon so stay tuned for more informations!

(Revolve Instagram Stories)

Chrissy via Instagram

 


posted by Sushi on 13 Aug 2017

Chrissy is the face of the new ALCxIntermix line called “On Duty”. Check out the commercial pictures below ↓

  
 
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Photoshoot Pictures > 2017 > #ChrissyOnDuty – IntermixXA.L.C (August 2017)

  
 
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Photoshoot Pictures > 2017 > #ChrissyOnDuty – IntermixXA.L.C (Behind The Scenes)


posted by Sushi on 19 Jul 2017
CHRISSY TEIGEN ON FOOD, BABY BLUES AND HOW SEX WITH JOHN ARE WHAT LEGENDS ARE MADE OF

Do you roll your eyes whenever a skinny model swears she loves junk food and never works out? Chrissy Teigen feels your pain.

Cover girl, food writer, TV host and social-media maven, Teigen is the first to admit she diligently exercises and watches her diet, and is sceptical about those who say they do otherwise. “Models notoriously love to say they love eating pizza, and I always thought that was annoying. It’s, like, we’re not stupid.”

But the wife of Grammy-winning musician John Legend and mother to their one-year-old daughter, Luna, is just as scathing when she catches herself unwittingly spouting the same spiel. “When I hear myself say those things, I’m, like, ‘I am that annoying girl that I hate.’”

Reality, of course, is rather less glamorous, reveals Teigen, who was born in Utah to a Norwegian father and Thai mother. “I love eating bad [stuff] but, obviously, I can’t eat like that all the time. And I’m not Instagramming or Snapchatting my workouts so it does seem like I might just eat bad food and never work out.”

It is this sort of truth-telling, of course, that has endeared Teigen to her fan base, which includes an army of 20 million or so followers on Instagram and Twitter. She may have first found fame in the pages of Sports Illustrated, but it was on online networks that Teigen has become something of a cultural phenomenon.

The star is one of the most adept social-media users on the planet, her well-crafted posts combining piercingly witty observations and comebacks with images from her personal and professional life, which run the gamut from glamorous to goofy. In 140 characters or less, she also routinely schools trolls such as British host and gadfly Piers Morgan (her response when the latter implied that boxer Muhammad Ali had said more racist things than President Donald Trump is a masterclass in the art of the subtweet). Underscoring it all is a self-deprecating candour and infectious sense of humour that is pithily captured by her Twitter bio, which reads: “Yes, I agree that I have kind of an odd face.”

In a media landscape dominated by hyper-curated depictions of perfect lives, this 31-year-old model has somehow cultivated an air of authenticity—a quality now deemed so rare, it’s become a marketing buzzword—and expanded this into a career. As one of the key online “influencers” making food fashionable as never before, Teigen parlayed her food blog into a bestselling cookbook last year, but is taking her time to write a second one because she does not want it to seem like “just a celebrity cookbook, or recipes that we don’t really love—I want to make sure if I include a recipe, people have seen me make it for John and my family 10 to 15 times”.

As a model-slash-foodie, Teigen could make a killing if she endorsed a branded diet. Instead, she acknowledges how complex and contested nutritional science is today, and the fact that the same approach may not work for everyone. “Because everybody is different, right? For me, I can eat candy all day and not gain a pound, for some reason. But if I have one sandwich, it goes straight to the belly. So I think you just find what works for you. I don’t want to promote anything because the second you do that, people think it’s going to work for them, and it may not. So that’s why I never really talk about diets or workouts.”

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posted by Sushi on 19 Jul 2017

We finally have some outtakes of Chrissy’s cover shoot for Harper’s Bazaar Singapore! She looks stunning with those bangs, don’t you think? 🙂

  
 
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Photoshoot Pictures > 2017 > Harper’s Bazaar Singapore (August 2017)


posted by Sushi on 17 Jul 2017

Chrissy is on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Singapore (August 2017). Watch the video below for some behind the scenes footage!


posted by Sushi on 17 Jun 2017