Dress up your hope
Actress Polina Kutepova’s daughter is doing fitting for the Tatler ball at the atelier Chanel.
The big fitting is tomorrow, today we’re just having dinner next to the Élysée Palace. The restaurant is trendy, bourgeois and carries Chanel’s name – Le Gabriel. Nadia the debutant is nineteen but looks something like fourteen. She studies International Relations at the Higher School of Economics and the dinner for her is like an exam: she speaks French to the waiter and tries to smile even more. Her prominent mom Polina Kutepova hasn’t arrived yet, and the girl feels a bit uneasy without her approval. She is nervous and she’s got a stomach ache – and among of all the lobster choices in the Michelin menu Nadezhda chooses rice. Tomorrow I’d ask her mother: “How did she grow up?” The actress would reply: “Like grass. We were basically strict about one thing – keeping the young lady away from the theatre dressing room because the future of theatre kids is predetermined, they do not know any other life.”
Mom said so
A rare case ‒ russian woman refused maternity leave. Actress Olga Kurylenko is speaking on the baby’s father, fame and the career to envy.
Olga Kurylenko has long been tired of being called a Bond girl. He had too many girls – one in each place. Аnd she is a married (for the third time) woman with high self-esteem. Our previous meeting in Paris was very nice, in a model agency on the Madeleine Boulevard where everyone treated her like a queen. Now we are in London, at The Goring hotel. I hope precious minutes of communication will not be stolen by requests for taking selfie with the star. Fortunately