Foundation Grant Chosen one Emerald Fennell Guides Herself on the Front of W Magazine's Chiefs Issue

 Foundation Grant Chosen one Emerald Fennell Guides Herself on the Front of W Magazine's Chiefs Issue 





In the last of three covers for W Magazine Volume 2 The Chiefs Issue, on stands April sixth, Foundation Grant named chief, Emerald Fennell, guides herself as a lady wearing a hide managed robe and long gloves who is all the while interesting and terrifying, whimsical and wicked, and frequenting her own home. She is a character Fennell both made and exemplified for the shoot, fairly reflecting the mind-set of her component first time at the helm and Institute Grant assigned film, 'Promising Young lady.'




Emerald Fennell on inspiration for the character she created for the Issue: “She could be eccentric and diabolical. I wanted her to be simultaneously fascinating and frightening: a desperate housewife with nowhere to go; her whole existence has become an occasion to impress the Amazon deliveryman. Judging from her appearance, assumptions will be made. Is she a perv? Or a voyeur? Or just a person with malevolent intentions? Maybe she’s just a loser. A female loser is still ignored by the world. And that intrigues me.”

Emerald Fennell discusses the questions of humanity explored in Promising Young Woman: “Everybody thinks they’re a good person. My question for Promising Young Woman was, what do you do if normal, ‘good’ people are doing bad things? Most movie villains are sociopaths, and while sociopaths are fascinating outliers, most bad acts are committed by people who truly believe they are good.”





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