Viola Davis Goes Natural Glam for ‘LA Times’

Fresh off of her SAG win, Viola Davis is feeling like a natural woman in the Hollywood spotlight. Everyone wants a piece of her after bringing home several awards and nominations for her role in “The Help,” and the sought-after actress decided to give us her natural self in a spread for the “LA Times.”

Viola looks stunning rocking a natural fro and fashions by some of the biggest designers around in the dramatic shoot. The 46-year-old wore a Jason Wu sculpted dress and a Costume National fox fur poncho in one scene, followed by a Theirry Mugler lace suit with velvet trim. The fitted high-neck Marchesa dress with long-sleeved lace arms and organza flower details on the shoulders is also breathtaking.

In the interview, Viola talked about “Blooming Brilliant, and liking underrated actors, saying:

“Human life is about a culmination of moments, and 99 percent of those are quiet but powerful. I am always interested and intrigued with watching that.”

We’re intrigued to hopefully watch her snag an Oscar in a few weeks.





Posted by Brande Victorian on Feb 6, 2012 of Vibevixen.com

I honestly did not recognize her. If the title did not say Viola Davis, I would have never known. She looks absolutely stunning in the LA Times photo shoot. I absolutely love the dresses and you know I love the ultra short chic crop. Work it Miss Davis…You are truly NaturalistaGLAM inside and out!

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