21
Jul 2013
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Liv Tyler is heading to Tv for the first time to star opposite Jennifer Aniston’s fiance Justin Theroux in an adaptation of the 2011 novel The Leftovers. The actress will reportedly play a woman targeted by a cult in the small-screen version of Tom Perrotta’s book, about suburban residents left behind when the biblical Rapture prophecy is fulfilled and millions of people are whisked off to heaven.Theroux has signed up to play a police chief in the Hbo pilot, alongside Christopher Eccleston, Ann Dowd and Amanda Mason Warren.

Source: Contactmusic.com

10
Jul 2013
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This season’s chicest ’60s-inspired pieces could have been fashioned with Liv Tyler in mind. The actress talks to Tom Shone about her independent life choices, the importance of good manners and why she is really an old-fashioned girl at heart.
I’m very unfashionable at the moment,” says Liv Tyler apologetically, over brunch at one of her favorite haunts in Manhattan’s West Village. “I go through periods where I pay a tremendous amount of attention to fashion, then I get mad at it and don’t read magazines, don’t look at the collections. I’m in one of those moments right now,” she smiles. “And then I get mad at myself because I don’t know what’s going on and I don’t have anything new.”
The actress’s version of “nothing new” may not be quite as impressive as her friend Helena Christensen’s (“She has a closet to die for”), but she still turns heads in a floral Marni dress (“My only summer purchase”), worn with a Chloé cardigan and Lanvin flats. On the table between us sits a Stella McCartney faux-croc Grace shoulder bag – her one indispensible item with which she recently shared “a Brokeback Mountain moment. I was like: ‘I cannot quit you!'”
Inside the bag are some credit cards and loose cash, two Chanel lipsticks, one iPhone and one BlackBerry, with which she has a tortured, ambivalent relationship. “I can’t quit this baby, either,” she says, fishing it out. “Someone’s always trying to find you. I’ve just started to go, ‘F*** all of you, I’m not going to be on your schedule. I don’t want to be reached every second.’ People want immediate answers. It’s nice to really think about things…” – she searches for the right word – “…digest them.” Continue reading…

Source: Net-A-Porter.com

1
Jul 2013
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We want to wish Liv a very happy 36th birthday! We hope that all her wishes come true and that she spends a wonderful day with her beloved ones!

23
Jun 2013
News & Gossip  •  By  •  Comments Off on Tyler Tackles Partygoer Over Camera Glasses

Actress Liv Tyler tackled a woman at Stella Mccartney’s fashion preview in New York City over fears she was filming the event using her futuristic glasses. Tyler was among the A-listers who turned out in support of the designer’s Spring 2014 presentation at Jefferson Market Garden in Manhattan, alongside the likes of Madonna, Naomi Watts and Cameron Diaz. However, she was riled when she spotted a guest wearing Google Glass, a head mounted computer display in the form of spectacles, which is currently in development by the Internet giant.
According to New York gossip column Page Six, Tyler asked the woman if she was filming the revellers, reportedly saying, “Is that a camera on your glasses? That’s scary. Are you filming right now?” The woman denied she was recording the party, and MCCartney’s public relations chief Stephane Jaspar was forced to step in to clear up the confusion. He explains, “I think it is always better to let someone know first if you are filming if you carry around new technology on your face… and yes, that’s why I stepped in. The woman proved friendly and nice… it was just a little bit awkward.”

Source: Contactmusic.com

9
Jun 2013
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Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Dracula, The Tudors), Liv Tyler (The Lord of the Rings) and young Les Misérables actor Daniel Huttlestone are all set to star in the coming-of-age story London Town, says Screen Daily.
Co-produced by Cargo Entertainment, Dutch Tilt Film and Killer Films, the film is a music-infused story of a teenage boy who goes to London to find his estranged mother after she sends him a cassette tape of The Clash’s White Riot.
Derrick Borte, who previously directed 2009s The Joneses, is helming the film with the screenplay coming from Kirsten Sheridan and Sonya Gildea, with a rewrite by Matthew Brown. Filming to scheduled to kick off this summer.

Source: Movies.ie

5
Jun 2013
News & Gossip  •  By  •  Comments Off on Liv Tyler’s beauty product obsession

Liv Tyler is “obsessed” with beauty and skincare products. The actress is known for her flawless complexion and striking features. She loves products and has such a vast knowledge of them that she is considering starting her own cosmetics company in the future.
“I’m obsessed with beauty – seriously, one of my dreams is to write a book about beauty secrets and do a skincare line,” Tyler told intothegloss.com. “Having said that, I haven’t even begun to venture down that road, but since I was a very young teenager, I would collect masks and moisturisers, and when my girlfriends would come over, I’d be giving them ideas for what to do to their skin. I still do that all the time.”
The Armageddon star shared her tips for glowing skin. Her everyday grooming routine is simple, and she prefers a more natural make-up look to a heavily made up face. “My whole thing about skincare is starting from the inside, out. There’s no cream that’s going to make you beautiful. That being said, I think that exfoliation is the key to beautiful skin, I really do,” she continued. “With make-up, I like to look like I don’t have make-up on. I think I have a face that can take a lot of product. On movies, it’s always interesting because, the way my eyes are, if you do a strong eye on me, you have to keep putting it on. “It’s the way my face reflects light or something, but I can take a lot of make-up. But I usually don’t wear very much, especially when I’m not working.”

Source: The New Zealand Herald

30
May 2013
Interviews  •  By  •  Comments Off on Liv Tyler “Into The Gloss” Interview

“I’m still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up. I always wanted to be a singer—my whole life, all I ever did was sing around the house. [Modeling and acting] all happened so young, before I even had a chance to really think about it. But I love what I do… People are always telling me how much they loved Empire Records. We had so much fun making that movie. I was so young—16 or 17. I still had a tutor! [Laughs] I wasn’t really thinking about [making a fashion statement]. But those were my boots in the movie! Actually, we got into a huge fight, because I had this whole outfit planned, and then the night before filming, [the studio] said they wanted me in a mohair sweater and a plaid miniskirt. It was something about how they wanted to soften my look [photo 15], but being a rebellious teenager, I was mad. I was like, ‘Are you fucking kidding me? Really? Fine, screw you, I’m gonna wear my boots with it!’ Well, that’s what I said to myself.
Everything has changed so much in fashion and beauty since the Nineties, when I was starting out. I remember going to the Stealing Beauty premiere, and I loved Dolce & Gabbana so I reached out to them to borrow a dress and they sent me one. I think I had my hair done. But I would go to things all the time where I did my own hair and makeup. Or, when I did Inventing the Abbotts with Joaquin Phoenix, we were dating at the time, and I threw on this red Prada dress with my weird vintage coat for the premiere. I remember Gwyneth [Paltrow] came to the premiere for Armageddon and danced with me at the after-party and she had no makeup on, this little slip dress and no bra, and maybe flip-flops. It was just a different time. There weren’t as many paparazzi, the red carpets weren’t what they are now—there’s a lot of scrutiny going on and the maintenance is intense! Think about seeing Julia Roberts on the red carpet in the late 80s and early 90s in a suit with no makeup on, and that was OK. I sort of miss those days a little bit. Continue reading…

Source: IntoTheGloss.com