Sofia Vergara is the star of September’s “naked” issue of Women’s Health magazine.
“Here’s a lady, 45, having the capacity to demonstrate her body,” the “Modern Family” performer said of her element. “Dislike some time recently, when it was quite recently young ladies who might make the front of a magazine.”
As per the magazine’s editorial manager in boss, Amy Keller Laird, the group at Women’s Health needed to discover a cover star who might engage a worldwide crowd ― as the issue will show up on remains crosswise over five landmasses, in 15 nations ― and be enabling.
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“The objective is to indicate truly sure, solid ladies in their own skin,” Keller Laird stated, per Women’s Wear Daily. “Step one was discovering somebody who might reverberate far and wide, and there’s just a couple of individuals who do that.”
Vergara, conceived in Colombia and named to Forbes’ rundown of best procuring global stars a year ago, was one of those individuals. And keeping in mind that the stripped issue may appear as though it’s centered around physicality, exposure, for the magazine, is a more extensive idea.
“We are taking a gander at bareness not simply truly and physically, but rather rationally, inwardly, allegorically,” Laird included. “We needed to try to take the idea and not be completely mushy about it.”
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Concerning Vergara, she’s at a phase in life in which she’s grasping change.
“I’m 45,” she told the magazine. “Regardless of the possibility that you need to, as of now in your life, you can’t be great. It isn’t so much that you detest it, or that you’re vexed about it, however it is our world.” So she’s not taking a stab at something impossible. “We’re evolving. I see it transpiring. I need to look my age, however I need to look incredible. I think on the off chance that you are fixated on this ‘I need to look more youthful’ thing, you will go insane.”