Some new promotional images of Outlander season 01 surfaced earlier today, and you will find them now in our gallery. All pictures are from Nick Briggs.
Written by admin on July 22 2015
Caitriona is featured on August issue of Glamour Italy magazine, in a oh-so-gorgeous photoshoot taken by Luca Babini back in March. I just got my copy and you can find HQ scans added in our gallery, plus some behind the scenes photos taken from Babini twitter.
The article was translated, thanks to Aimee and you can read it below:
Glamour Italia: August 2015
By Caterina Clerici
I TRAVEL THROUGH TIME
Caitriona Balfe, the Outlander’s star,is hitting the big time in Hollywood. And after shooting with Clooney and Julia Roberts, she’s ready to return to Scotland. With specific ideas, some style tricks and few regrets.
One thinks that some things can happen only in an episode of Sex and the City. Instead you can just walk in the West Village in New York with Caitriona Balfe (pronounced Catrina; it’s a Gaelic name) to suddenly glance at your side a coach with the advertising of Outlander, where she is the leading actress, exactly what it happens to Carrie in the unforgettable theme song. But Caitriona does not stumble: she mirrors herself in her image and smiles. “Thanks to the photo editing the scene seems almost heroic”,she says. “But looking at it I can only recall that my ass was freezing that day in the mountains of Scotland”. After leaving Ireland at 15 years old, entering the fashion industry as a model, last year she has been mentioned by Entertainment Weekly among the twelve Hollywood’s rising stars. Thirty-five years, 1.77 cm tall, a perfect body, icy stare and reminiscent features as Cate Blanchett, one of the actressess she likes more.
Written by admin on July 18 2015
LA Times – In homage to the San Diego Comic-Con conventions of the past, The Times’ Hero Complex set up a studio inside the hallowed falls of SDCC to produce tangible photos taken by a Polaroid Land Camera from the late ’60s. Much like the comics collected over the many years of SDCC’s long reign, eash image is a unique creation and celebration of pop culture. Eschewing the flash and using only San Diego sunlight to illuminate each subject, here’s a photo gallery collecton of what we created, and who stopped by.