The Crown star Claire Foy takes the cover story of American Vogue Magazine‘s November 2018 edition captured by fashion photographer David Sims. Styling is work of Camilla Nickerson, who for the session selected looks from top brands such as Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, Alexander McQueen, Gucci, Miu Miu, Prada, and Louis Vuitton. In charge of beauty were hair stylist Duffy, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni for Cle de Peau Beaute, and manicurist Ama Quashie. Set design is courtesy of Max Bellhouse, with production from Laura Holmes Production. Tailor Della George.
“The movement can’t be something just used as a tool to market a movie, I’d be ashamed. It’s not ‘of the moment,’ – that massively diminishes what activists and feminists have been saying all along. It just so happens now people are listening. Lisbeth finds the world very confusing, and finds emotional relationships with people incredibly confusing. Her sense of justice is more than most people’s.” – Foy for Vogue US, on When The Girl in the Spider’s Web movie.