I think ‘beautiful’ is a wild understatement when looking at Olga Kurylenko’s photos from her appearance last night at the New York Moves Magazine 2013 Spring Fashion Cover party held in NYC. I gotta admit, when you read the cover article & learn that she’s actually pretty smart, it makes her even more sexy & beautiful. Simply amazing!
We should note that Olga currently stars in the box-office blockbuster “Oblivion” along with Tom Cruise & Morgan Freeman (hits theaters on Friday!). She’s also the star of writer & director Terrence Malick’s latest flick “To The Wonder” opposite Ben Affleck.
Checkout Olga’s full interview & layout on the magazine’s site! We’re going include a few juicy snippets that help to shed a light on Olga’s brains as opposed to her beauty:
Olga gets deep about modern life:
“We constantly pass by things that are given to us that are miraculous or beautiful, but we’re hurrying with our heads buried in something actually not very important. We don’t even look up anymore, if you look at people, we all look down. We look at our phones. We’re either tweeting or Facebooking or chatting or texting – in the meantime, life is happening and we don’t see anything.” Her English-by-way-of-French turns dreamy and musing. “I think people often don’t notice the miracles because they’re concentrated on the wrong thing. Everything in the media is turning us away from miracles and turning our heads in another direction.”
Olga might be a closet feminist?
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“It’s definitely harder. I’m very happy that I modeled, but maybe if people didn’t know I did, it would have been easier. The fact is people were aware, so I did struggle more.” The truth is, beauty doesn’t preclude brains, despite what we’re told. “It comes from society and our education. Especially before women had more rights, men basically ruled, and of course the only thought a woman had to be a perfect woman – in the sense of being a desirable woman under the wing of a man. To marry a man and to be covered. To be a perfect wife and to have children. That’s how the genders have been raised for centuries. The man is the smart one, the strong one, and all the woman needs to do is be desirable. A woman didn’t need to be smart. All she needed was to be cute, clean, young et cetera, et cetera. In a way, thank God for feminism!”