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Friday, November 22, 2013

Gerard Butler: A Charming Actor #FashionMenWomen

Gerard James Butler (born 13 November 1969) is a Scottish actor who has appeared on film, stage, and television. A trained lawyer, Butler turned to acting in the mid-1990s with small roles in productions such as the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), which he followed with steady work on television, most notably in the American miniseries Attila (2001).

In 2003, Butler played André Marek in the adaptation of Michael Crichton's Timeline. He garnered critical acclaim for his work as the lead in Joel Schumacher's 2004 film adaptation of the musical The Phantom of the Opera. In 2007, Butler gained recognition through his portrayal of King Leonidas in the film 300. Since then, he has appeared in projects including P.S. I Love You (2007), Nim's Island (2008), RocknRolla (2008), The Ugly Truth (2009), Gamer (2009), Law Abiding Citizen (2009), The Bounty Hunter (2010), and Olympus Has Fallen (2013). He also voiced Stoick in How to Train Your Dragon (2010).

Butler was born in Paisley in Renfrewshire, Scotland, the youngest of three children of Margaret and Edward Butler, a bookmaker. Of Irish descent, he had a strict Roman Catholic upbringing.

Butler spent most of the first year of his life in Montreal, Quebec. His mother returned to Scotland with him, from Quebec, when her marriage broke down, when Gerard was aged 18 months.

Butler attended High School in Paisley, rose to position of Prefect (and later Head Boy) at St Mirin's & St Margaret's High School and achieved respectable grades — good enough to win a place to study at law at the University of Glasgow. He also attended Scottish Youth Theatre while a teenager.

Butler did not see his father again until he was 16 years old, when Edward Butler called to meet him at a Glasgow restaurant. After this meeting, Butler cried for hours, and recalled of it later:
"That emotion showed me how much pain can sit in this body of yours; pain and sorrow that you don’t know you have until it is unleashed."

Butler became close to his father after this reunion. Around the same time, he also accepted Glasgow University's offer to study law. During his time as a student, he became the President of the Law Society and sang in a rock band called Speed.
While a 22-year-old student, Butler's father was diagnosed with cancer and died. This caused Butler's lifestyle to spiral out of control. He would say of this period in his life:

"I had gone from a 16-year-old who couldn't wait to grasp life to a 22-year-old who didn't care if he died in his sleep."
Upon graduation, he won a position as a trainee lawyer at an Edinburgh law firm. However, his lifestyle remained unrestrained and he frequently missed work due to his partying antics. One week before he qualified as a lawyer, he was fired.
At the age of 25, and an unqualified lawyer, Butler moved to London to pursue his dream of becoming famous. He admitted:
"When I started out, I'm not sure I was actually in it for the right reasons. I wanted very much to be famous."

Unable to win any acting roles immediately, he worked in a variety of jobs including a waiter, a telemarketer and a demonstrator of how toys work at fairs. Whilst in London, he met an old friend from his teenage days in the Scottish Youth Theatre, who was now a London casting agent. At that time, he was her boyfriend and her assistant. She took him to an audition for Steven Berkoff's play of Coriolanus. The director said of Butler's audition:

"When he read, he had such vigour and enthusiasm – so much that it made the other actors seem limp – that I decided to cast him in the ensemble."

Now aged 27, Butler had his first professional acting job. Less than a year later, he won a part in a theatre adaptation of Trainspotting, which he performed at the Edinburgh Festival. Aged 30, Butler decided to move to Los Angeles; there he won parts in Dracula 2000, Tomb Raider 2, Dear Frankie, and Phantom of the Opera. The director Vadim Jean said:
"I have never seen anybody work so hard to make their career happen."

Despite the early yearnings for fame, Butler would tell the Daily Telegraph in a 2009 interview:
"I did expect to succeed and I did have faith that I would. In reality, though, it has turned out to be something very different to what I wanted. It’s the work and not the adulation that has proved to be the most fulfilling."

In London, Butler held a series of odd jobs until being cast by actor and director Steven Berkoff (who later appeared alongside him in Attila (2001)) in a stage production of Coriolanus. He was cast as Ewan McGregor's character Renton in the stage adaptation of Trainspotting, the same play that had inspired him to become an actor. His film debut was as Billy Connolly's character's younger brother in Mrs. Brown (1997).

His film career continued with small roles, first in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) and then Russell Mulcahy's Tale of the Mummy (1998). In 2000, Butler was cast in two breakthrough roles, the first being Attila the Hun in the American TV miniseries Attila (2001). The film's producers wanted a known actor to play the part but eventually chose Butler. He was cast as Dracula in Dracula 2000 (2000).

He then appeared in Reign of Fire (2002) as Creedy and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003) as Terry Sheridan, alongside Angelina Jolie. In the role of Andre Marek in the big-screen adaptation of Michael Crichton's novel Timeline (2003), Butler played an archaeologist who was sent back in time with a team of students to rescue a colleague. In 2003, director Joel Schumacher was deciding on the principal casting for the film The Phantom of the Opera, a film adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical of the same name, and thought of Butler, whom he had seen earlier in the film Dracula 2000, to play the title character. Butler, who had had no musical experience other than singing in a rock band while he was studying to be a lawyer, was surprised at the interest, but immediately began taking singing lessons with a vocal coach. He then did an acting audition with Schumacher, and a singing audition with Lloyd Webber, both of whom were impressed by his performance. Despite the film receiving mixed reviews, Butler was praised for his performance.

Butler at the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway

Other projects that followed include Dear Frankie (2005), The Game of Their Lives (2005) and Beowulf & Grendel (2005).
In 2007, he starred as Spartan King Leonidas in the Warner Bros. production 300, which is often described as his breakthrough role. Butler, who said he "wanted to look really strong" in the film, trained with a high-intensity workout for four months prior to the film's shooting.

Butler on the set of the film The Bounty Hunter, 2010
In 2007, he also appeared in Butterfly on a Wheel co-starring Pierce Brosnan and Maria Bello, which aired on network TV under the title Shattered, and in the romantic comedy P.S. I Love You with Hilary Swank. In 2008, he appeared in Nim's Island and RocknRolla. In 2009, he starred in the Mark Neveldine/Brian Taylor film Gamer, The Ugly Truth and Law Abiding Citizen, which he also co-produced. In 2010 he starred in the action/comedy The Bounty Hunter with Jennifer Aniston, and did a voice-over for the 2010 animated film How to Train Your Dragon as Stoick the Vast.

On 15 and 16 October 2010, thanks to the popularity of his role as Spartan King Leonidas and the use of his lines during athletic events at Michigan State University, he was a guest at their Midnight Madness and homecoming American football game.
On 18 December 2011, while filming Chasing Mavericks, Butler was hospitalised after he was pulled under big waves. Subsequently, he was taken to Stanford University Medical Center and later released.

On 19 August 2011, NME reported that while filming Playing for Keeps, Butler was writing songs and in the process of recording an album. Marilyn Manson, Jack Black and Johnny Depp were said to be advising him on becoming a rock star. However, in a 2013 interview with Parade, when asked if he had spoken with Manson or Depp about Rock music, Butler stated that "I've never had conversations with Marilyn Manson or Johnny Depp. Though any conversation with either of them would be awesome!"
Butler starred in the action thriller Olympus Has Fallen, which was released in 2013 and co-stars Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman. While filming Olympus Has Fallen, Butler says he broke two bones in his neck, but did not realize until he had an MRI scan.

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Marni Spring Summer 2014 Womenswear Collection #FashionMenWomen

Marni Spring Summer 2014 Womenswear Collection

For the spring summer 2014 season Marni delivers on expectations by creating a collection close to their own buyer, but at the same time eye-catching enough to recruit new fans to the label. Prints are simply said multidimensional, from a modern rendition of the retro flora drawings (coming with a sentiment of the far east) it quickly moves into the 3rd dimension. Where flowers come alive displayed in a most intricate manner, opposite to the equally fascinating geometric proposal of the 3d-effect. These inspirational view of the print, lets you think of the time invested in the creation of these pieces. With that labor of design the new women's collection can easily be listed as the most fascinating celebration of the season seen during the fashion weeks month.

Presented during Milano Fashion Week the audience was introduced to more than thirty new pieces. The essential black and white while often comprising monochrome looks, are also mixed with elegant nuances of summer's sophisticated pallet.
A strong need on today's markets for classic pieces is certainly met, yet challenged in a forward direction with a splendid introduction of sportswear inspired elements.

Models: Anna Luisa Ewers, Anouk Hagemeijer, Ashleigh Good, Carla Ciffoni, Chiharu Okunugi, Cristina Herrmann, Drake Burnette, Elisabeth Erm, Emma Oak, Eva Berzina, Holly Rose, Irene Hiemstra, Irina Kravchenko, Irina Liss, Julia Nobis, Julie Hoomans, Kate Goodling, Katlin Aas, Ksenia Malanova Nova, Leona Binx Walton, Lera Tribel, Maartje Verhoef, Madison Leyes, Magda Laguinge, Maggie Jablonski, Maja Salamon, Malaika Firth, Ophélie Guillermand, Paulina King, Sun Feifei, Tian Yi, Tilda Lindstam, Zlata Mangafic

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Star Trek’s Chris Pine by Yu Tsai for Esquire #FashionMenWomen

Star Trek’s Chris Pine by Yu Tsai for Esquire

Star Trek's Chris Pine grabs the cover story of Esquire magazine with a recent shoot by fashion photographer Yu Tsai. Elegant styling is work of magazine's fashion editor Olie Arnold.

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Twilight by Koty 2 for Design Scene #FashionMenWomen

Twilight by Koty 2 for Design Scene

Twilight story captured exclusively for Design Scene by the talented Koty 2 Photostorytellers with the the lovely Ula from MagTeam Agency. For the styling the photography duo teamed up with Różena Grey who also delivered the eye-catching hair and makeup. Ula is clad for the session in pieces from Marni for H&M, Stefanel, Natalia Duda, and Puma Dassler.

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A British Stud Who Captures The World #FashionMenWomen

He is one and only male model who preferred to be called a stud.

He doesn't care about what other people may say, or ashamed of his action in front of the camera, but instead, he captured the international scene by storm.

A liberated man with nothing to hide because he has a physique, charm and heart for people who loved him.

He liked what it takes to be called a total male performer and adoring male Adonis.

His name is Paddy O'Brian.

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