ERIC ROBERTS, SOPHIE MONK, Lost 100 Pounds

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ERIC ROBERTS, SOPHIE MONK, Lost 100 Pounds
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RUNWAY BEAUTY
Hot New Summer
Products & Expert
Beauty Tips
RUNWAY REPORT
Up & Coming Designers
You Should Know
Learn how to
be a SELF-MADE
MILLIONAIRE!
from the woman
who did it herself
HOLLYWOOD’S SECRET
LONG LOVELY LASHES
CELEBRITY INTERVIEWS
ERIC ROBERTS,
PROJECT RUNWAY
Designer RAMI KASHOU,
our Cover Girl
EXCLUSIVE
WHO NEEDS MEN?
EVERYTHING
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How an Author
Lost 100 Pounds
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SOPHIE MONK,
the latest in film, tv & music!
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On the Cover:
Runway Beauty
Hot New Products
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94 Sophie Monk Interview
Report
54 Runway
Amsterdam
Fashion Week 2011
to become a
154 How
Self-Made Millionaire
From the Woman Who
Did it Herself
Secret
146 Hollywood’s
Revealed: How to Get
Long Lovely Lashes
you
194 Everything
need to know about
Plastic Surgery
Jamesons
178 Jenna
Weight Loss Tips
After Having a Baby
16 Sjoebeck Line
Malibu Lifestyle
Photographer: Nerijus Paluckas
Celebrity Interviews:
132 Eric Roberts
Expert Beauty Tips:
32 Monae Everett
174 Jennifer Gotzon
104 Nina Sutton
158 Alana Stewart
116 Riccardo Maggiore
162 Yasmin Spain
150 Stacy Branden
Celebrity Image
Consultant
170 Michael Avmen
82 Extreme Anti
Aging Remedies
89 Ease Unsightly
Veins for Spring
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28 Dr. Simoni
3-D Face Lift
86 Dr. Chasin’s
Circulatory tips
Designer Interviews:
Exclusive Articles:
141 Rami Kashou
182 Fat to Skinny
How an author
Lost 100 Pounds
135 Nicolita Swimwear
70 Teeki Swimwear
100 Maggie Coloumbe
80 Onanong Swimwear
177 Allen Robateau
166 Ruth Tarvydas
76 Who Needs Men?
Runway Entertainment:
126 Lil’ Mirkk - Not Your
Typical Rapper
130 Margo - The Freshest
Pop Star Around
18 Donald J. Pliner
Comfort and Style
22 Utta Body Sculpture
Transform Your Body
Without Plastic Surgery
Runway Beauty:
92 Jane Iredale
25 Sorme Cosmetics
45 Organic Pharmacy
Runway Summer 2011
In This Issue
Photographer: Aida Danshvar
41 Weight Loss:
Starshape
Nikki Haskell
110 The Hottest New
Cleanse Available:
Ritual Cleanse
36 Our Celebrity
Fragance Picks:
Jordin Sparks
Halle Berry
112 Summer Color
Inspirations
120 Celebrating Art:
Tsinghai
Giving Back:
186 4 m.a.m.a. earth
191 Young Musician’s Foundation
187 Regency Club Fashion
Show Luncheon
188 Hope In The City
190 Touch of Country &
Braveheart Women
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Photographer: Pekka Oksanen
Model: LeeAnna Vamp
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Photographer: Nerijus Paluckas
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Sophie started making a name for herself in
Hollywood, taking on supporting roles in film and on TV,
including appearances in music videos. Date Movie was
her first debut feature role on the silver screen, quickly
followed by Click with Adam Sandler, where she played
David Hasselhoff’s flirtatious secretary. Click debuted
number one on both the US and Australian box office
charts. She said that working on that film with Adam
Sandler was one of the highlights of her career.
You also may have seen her American television
debut in a 2007 episode of the Golden Globe AwardWinning HBO series Entourage, where she has a
steamy sex scene with Vincent Chase (played by Adrian
Grenier). With the exception of her role in the horror flick
The Hills Run Red, Sophie’s become mostly known for
her sex appeal and blonde comedic type performances. I
asked her if she was content as a sex symbol or if she’d
like to conquer more dramatic roles. She responded, “I’d
love to branch out, but comedy and sexy stuff is what
fits me best. I don’t look like the victim girl next door,
although, in life, I am so unsexy, and unlucky when it
comes to love.” Her favorite role she’s played, so far in
her acting career, was Hard Breakers (out now) she says,
“Because it’s like me.”
A philanthropist and supporter of many charities,
Sophie personally dedicated herself to giving back to our
country. She knew she could do more than just donate
money. She spent time visiting our US troops, touring
with Steve Irwin and Bon Jovi. They traveled to several
danger-zones in Iraq, entertained our soldiers, boosted
morale, took pictures and signed autographs. One can
only imagine what that’s like. She said, “It was the most
amazing experience of my life. We don’t realize how
much they are going through.”
In 2007, Sophie posed nude for the animal rights
organization PETA, promoting vegetarianism. She
told me that she became a vegetarian when she was 17
because, “I decided I didn’t like eating flesh.” She says
her favorite foods are seafood and ice cream, but not
together of course. Ironically enough she turned down
a $1 million offer from Playboy, obviously not because
she’s against posing nude, but it was partially because
she felt the timing wasn’t right. She did tell me that
it may still be a possibility for her down the road. To
date, Sophie’s favorite modeling job was working for
Pepsi. “They were such kind, fun people.” Her favorite
endorsement was a bio-fit bra campaign.
at first sight, she’s recently announced in January she’s
become engaged to her boyfriend businessman Jimmy
Esebag, (20+ years her senior). His company ‘United
Licensing Group,’ owns the rights to the Playboy brand,
and also works with Elite Modeling Agency. She said
she’s dated a lot of people in the industry, and testifies
that they tend to have their heads in the clouds. Her and
her fiancé originally met over a work deal that she passed
on, and they ended up staying friends for a while, which
only later budded into romance.
In the past, she’s had some breakups with
celebrities that have subjected her to the scrutiny of the
public, (romantically linked to names like Benji Madden
and Ryan Seacrest). Having to explain her personal life
to the world isn’t one of the greatest perks to working in
entertainment, although she’s aware that it comes with
the territory. “Your private life is not private. It’s worse
for whoever is in my life. I’m tough as nails now, been
through it all. When it affects my family and loved ones,
then it breaks my heart.”
One of her latest endeavors has been filling in
for Jackie O (while she’s on maternity leave); for the
number one Australian morning radio program the Kyle
and Jackie O show, on 104.1 2DayFM. “I totally love
radio. You forget that millions of people are listening.
So I tend to say some silly stuff. I have foot-in-mymouth disease.”
When I asked her if she is currently working on
any music projects or has any future music plans, she
said, “I’m currently meeting about it. I was burnt out,
but now I miss it. I was touring for 4 years straight.”
She’s always working on many projects, including
joining our team here as Marketing Director and partner
at Runway Magazine Inc.
Constantly on the move, she says, “It never stops,
which I’m grateful for… pilots, shows, and modeling for
endorsements, I live in a suitcase.” Like any normal
woman, she hopes to settle down in the near future. “I
just want to laugh every day and be happy.” Stay on the
look-out for Sophie. In person, she’s a true sweetheart,
down-to-earth and low-key. She prefers lounging in
sweats all day rather than being made up. This sexy
Aussie beauty is about to take her American film and
television career to the next level.
Article by Bo Nicole Capener
While she confided that she doesn’t believe in love
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You can be on any cover of any magazine, What made you pick RUNWAY?
The people really get fashion and are open to the celebrities’ image they want to portray, it’s a positive magazine, with a hot name.
Now that you are a partner of RUNWAY, with Title “Marketing Director” What is your Vision of the magazine?
Also, what will you bring to the table.
After meeting the team, they aren’t trying to prove anything and such down to earth people, and really want to make this
magazine work, I have so many friends in the industry that trust me and will contribute, and will be apart of this. It’s a very
generous mag that gives respect, and doesn’t trick or argue with people, they want to make everyone happy, James Buccelli, the
owner, is so honest, very rare in this game, celebrities can trust him.
Where do you see Runway in five years under your direction?
Very high end, the team I have around me work with people beyond my level and they are going to be a part of this, I have
been offered to be part of other mags but haven’t been interested, this magazine is going to take off, and I want to be a part of
passionate people that all have their eye on the prize. And want to show celebrities and fashion in the way they want to see their
creativity. No one else does that. People will put their guard down and give more with the attitude Runway Magazine Inc gives. I’m
genuinely excited about the potential of this mag.
Photographer: Darren Tieste
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Photographer: Carsten Witte
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