8 January 2018   No Comments

Olivia was seen outside Chateau Marmont on January 5th, 2018 in Los Angeles, Ca. She looks pretty! We added 19 high quality photos to the photogallery.

5 January 2018   No Comments

New beautiful outtakes from the 2017 New York Times Photoshoot by I Tiner guys! I guess this was the last photoshoot of last year! She looks simply gorgeous in these! Love how she does her make-up lately, less is more! Check out the new 17 good quality photos in the Photogallery.

5 January 2018   No Comments

Olivia was seen taking a walk and grabbing coffee with Jason on January 3rd, 2018 in New York City, NY. They look cute! We added 27+ high quality photos to the photogallery.

3 January 2018   No Comments

New interview of Olivia by Bee Shapiro and portrait by I Tiner for The New York Times! Read the interview below and take a look at the high quality photo by clicking on it!

Olivia Wilde, 33, is known for her work as an actress, but these days she is trying on multiple roles. Recently she was the executive producer of “Fear Us Women,” a documentary that follows a volunteer soldier in the YPJ, an all-female Kurdish army. Also keeping her busy: acting in and producing the crime drama “A Vigilante,” out later this year, and touting True Botanicals, a skin care line she has invested in. Born in Manhattan, raised in Washington, D.C., and now living in Brooklyn, Ms. Wilde uses her days off to pop into the Brooklyn Museum for First Saturdays or to do hip-hop yoga in Union Square. Find out more about her wellness and beauty routine, below.

When I meet Olivia Wilde in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, I find her in a big bay window seat at one of her favorite local spots, the sunlit Maison May café. She orders a latte, we spill out the contents of her bag to talk about her favorite things— including the beauty essentials from natural skin-care brand True Botanicals, for which she is chief brand activist—and we immediately get deep into politics. If I walked away from my conversation with her thinking one thing, it was this: Even in a world getting exponentially more informed every day, Wilde makes smart, involved, and well-read look cooler than ever.

Skin Care

I do enjoy the ritual of my morning. It helps me wake up psychologically as much as physically. I wash with True Botanicals Hydrating Cleanser — it’s really gentle. Then I spritz on some of the Nutrient Mist. Of all the True Botanicals products, it’s one of my favorites. It always smells amazing. I use the brand’s face oils, too. If I’m having breakouts, I use the one they have for clearing up skin, and then the tinted SPF. If I’m running around, I like Ursa Major Essential Face Wipes because they clean and moisturize at the same time.

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22 December 2017   No Comments

Olivia attended Lingua Franca x La Ligne PJ Party Celebration on December 20, 2017 in New York City. She looks so comfy and pretty! We added 2 photos from the event to the photogallery!

22 December 2017   No Comments

Olivia was seen taking a walk in Soho wearing a “Impeach” Christmas sweater on December 20, 2017 in New York City. As always, she looks fab and she rocked that sweater! We added 19+ high quality photos to the gallery.

18 December 2017   No Comments

Olivia got coffee with Coveteour in Brooklyn to talk about politics and beauty. She was also photographed by J. Rosenberg for the occasion. We added 15 high quality photos to the gallery. She looks gorgeous in them, check them out and read the article below!

When I meet Olivia Wilde in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, I find her in a big bay window seat at one of her favorite local spots, the sunlit Maison May café. She orders a latte, we spill out the contents of her bag to talk about her favorite things— including the beauty essentials from natural skin-care brand True Botanicals, for which she is chief brand activist—and we immediately get deep into politics. If I walked away from my conversation with her thinking one thing, it was this: Even in a world getting exponentially more informed every day, Wilde makes smart, involved, and well-read look cooler than ever.

And it’s in her blood. Wilde’s mother, Leslie Cockburn, is running for Congress in Virginia (and aren’t we all particularly pumped about women running for office in Virginia these days?), and Wilde talked excitedly about the inspiration she derives. No wonder, then, her unusual title with True Botanicals.

“I’m not interested in just being the face for the company,” says Wilde, who was the spokesmodel for Revlon from 2011 to 2016. “Chief brand activist is more of a proactive role, it’s about helping other people find it, and to stand up for the values that the whole company was based on. Whether that’s writing op-eds, doing a TED talk, just talking to every woman I meet about alternatives, it’s sort of all-inclusive.”

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