Elsa Pataky Hits The Cover Of T Australia

Elsa Pataky Hits The Cover Of T Australia

T Australia: The New York Times Style Magazine’s Structure issue is on sale today, featuring Spanish actor, Elsa Pataky on the cover.

In a revealing interview, Pataky shares her strategies for a work-life balance having completed her most gruelling film to date and details finding her flow in Byron Bay –
canteen duty and all.

The shoot captures Elsa’s formidable presence and shows her for the feminine powerhouse she is. The
accompanying profile is a beautiful sketch of the multifaceted actress who, at almost 46, has returned to work and is preparing for the biggest year of her career.

Katarina Kroslakova, publisher and editor-in-chief of T Australia, said of Pataky: “This issue’s cover star is not only accomplished and beautiful, she’s as fierce as she is friendly. At the end of our shoot, it felt as if we’d been friends for years. We traded stories about our children and talked fashion and fast cars. Elsa even taught me some Spanish — namely, how to tell the kids to hurry up and get in the car.”

Despite her growing list of accomplishments, Pataky said she has never had an overly ambitious game plan. “I always say, ‘Make little goals and make them happen, and that will give you the strength to keep going,’” she said. “I never dreamed of being a huge star; I wanted to be an actor.” But with her star once again on the rise, Pataky said: “Success is what feels right for you — makes you feel confident. For me, my family is also success.”

Elsa Pataky fronts the Structure issue, the theme dismantles the subjects in order to study the sum of their parts. Kroslakova added: “I find comfort in structure — in systems, routines and benchmarks — particularly so as we approach the halfway point of an unpredictable year.”

The theme explores Elsa’s strategies for work-life balance to the DNA of a cocktail, reduced to three essential components, and onto the bond shared by watchmakers and architects. The issue then abandons structure altogether in a fashion shoot defined by soft knits and fluid forms and looks to the flipside of structure, asking if bucking routine might offer a chance for growth.

Also featured are: Ethan Hawke, Patricia Urquiola, Omar Musa, Saweetie, Virginie Viard and Kid Cudi.




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