Scarlett Johansson has a new interview with WWD while at the Tod’s Handbag Launch at Paris Fashion Week. In the interview, she talks about preparing for her upcoming Broadway role, her fondness for Tod’s, and dressing for her shape.
She says of preparing for ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’, “That’s pretty all-encompassing, and it’s pretty much taken all my brain space.”
She adds that she’s been a fan of Tod’s for a long time, saying, “I’ve loved Tod’s for a long time, they’ve always been very generous, and I’ve worn their stuff for a long time. It’s wearable, comfortable and classic.”
She also talks about the difficulty of dressing for her body type, saying, “I think every girl has their difficult part of their body that’s difficult to dress. For me it’s always been about being petite and curvy. There are certain styles I’d love to wear, but I just have to come to terms with the fact that I just don’t look good in like a sack dress, it’s just not going to happen….As you get older you learn more about your body and what looks good on you. It’s weird for me, because I’ve been photographed for so long…and sometimes you look back at those red-carpet pictures, and you’re like, ‘What was I thinking?’ I think everyone has that, maybe not on that scale…but everybody has their shameful red-carpet moment.”
Scarlett Johansson recently gave an interview about the Avengers’ family.