Helena Bonham Carter News Archive
We can't stop staring at this cover!
The actress looks SCULPTED (look at those cheekbones!!!) in the Mert & Marcus shot, giving us some stunning cleavage action in a two-toned Ralph Lauren dress with ruffled puff sleeves.
Everything about this image is a DELICIOUS feast for the eyes!
Now comes the impossible task of waiting patiently for the spread. Sigh.
[Image via Mert & Marcus/British Vogue]
Who are we kidding? We can still spot Helena Bonham Carter from a mile away.
The eccentric actress showed up to the Save The Children charity bash in the UK wearing a a tight-fitting gray and silver Vivienne Westwood dress, which showed off the girls magnificently, black flat combat boots, a fabulous fro, her favorite Lulu Guinness lips purse, and, oh, did we mention her Carmen Miranda sunglasses?
Birds and fruit on a pair of shades? Sure, why not. It's not like we expect anything less from her, really.
Crazy glasses or not, HBC's still a badass b-tch!
[Image via XposurePhotos.com.]
She looks like a character STRAIGHT out of a Tim Burton film, LOLz!
And it's not TERRIBLE…
But we were expecting something a tad more put together from Miz. Carter!
Even her hair looks like its about to explode out of its up do!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Helena Bonham Carter was spotted strolling along the streets in West Hollywood on Monday, looking a little worse for the wear after what we're sure was a night of outrageous partying after the Golden Globes.
Well, we would think that except her hair looked almost exactly like it did when she stepped onto the red carpet at the ceremony.
So, um, we guess she meant to do that?
But this is Helena we're talking about–she's known for doing the unconventional thing, and doing it well!
The Les Miserables actress wore a red sweater, floral print skirt, and ruffled jacket during her outing, and accessorized with black Uggs, about a dozen random necklaces, and black Prada tote.
Her hair looked like the ideal bird's nest, but when doesn't it?
Keepin' it real!
[Image via Shazam/Ramey Pix.]
But who cares! It’s not her movie anyway! Lolz!
Helena Bonham Carter went to the BFL London Film Festival at London’s Odeon Theatre on Wednesday night to support her partner Tim Burton and his film Frankenweenie.
Helena's black pumps and trusty Lulu Guinness handbag complemented the frock perfectly.
It was such a hit the first time, we totally understand why she would want to wear it again.
[Image via Lia Toby/WENN.]
… And Helena Bonham Carter is a vapid, little rich bitc*!
We are enthralled with Prada's latest advertisement mini-film.
This Roman Polanski directed joint features Ben Kingsley reprising his Whackness therapist role (we like to think), and HBC as Sir Benny's poor, lonely client.
It's simple, artistic, and has a satisfying and amusing finale.
Enter a Pradalicious therapy sesh (above)!
Our favorite wacky dresser Helena Bonham Carter is in the May issue of Interview magazine doing what she does best: lookin' cray cray!
Seriously, she's SO having a Bjork moment while wearing that swan hat. Ha!
For her interview, Tim Burton's leading lady sat down with Harry Potter co-star Daniel Radcliffe and talked about fashion, aging and her life's philosophy.
Here are some HIGHlights:
On wearing different color shoes to the Golden Globes:
"I looked at the dress and I thought, It's not gonna be well received, so let's just distract. At least you've got some control, you know?"
"It was a result of those two shoes. Marc said, 'Let her wear different shoes.' Juergen Teller is a great photographer. He's brilliant."
"All I'm into is dressing up. I love dressing up. It's like what we do for our job, get paid to dress up. So I carry on doing it in life, and I do put on a bit of clothing, and the clothing changes how I feel."
“It's so much better when you get older. I think you physically fall apart. But mentally, it's so much easier.”
On her attitude towards life:
"F*ck it" is my guiding philosophy.”
Ha! We love us HBC!
Check out more pics of the Dark Shadows star in the gallery (below)!
[Images courtesy of Interview.]