Friday, May 21, 2010


photo credit: Alexi Lubomirski for Harper's Bazaar

As so often happens in Hollywood, as in life, there's nothing like a little outspokeness to move a girl from  Darling to Diva in the public eye; a lesson Katherine Heigl learned all too well over the past few years.  A few overly candid interviews, a couple of questionable movie choices and America's newsest sweetheart found herself America's newest punching bag.  Not a fan of negative stories, I kind of tuned it all out. To be honest, until I read the cover story in June's Harper Bazaar I had forgotten how much I liked her.  The interview coincides with her latest film, of course, but it mostly focuses on her adoption last year of her daugter Naleigh, her decision to leave Grey's Anatomy for good and the kind of shifting priorities that many women in their 30s (even those of us without an Emmy or 6 dogs) can relate to.

And to top it off, she models some really pretty vintage-inspired clothes.  

photos: Alexi Lubomirski for Harper's Bazaar

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