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The “Smash” singer/actress rocks a range of high-end garb in the Justin Hollar shot spread, as she’s adorned in pieces from clothiers such as Nellie Partow, Nicole Miller Artelier, Emilio Pucci and GAP throughout the fashion spotlight.
Below is a rundown of Miss McPhee’s dazzling outfits included in the magazine. For more, be sure to pay a visit to NYLON!
To see Katharine wearing a double-layered top with Nicole Miller Artelier over a shirt by Nellie Partow paired with A.F. Vandervorst pants and Belle Noel earrings – Click Here!
To see Katharine wearing a dress by Emilio Pucci, a GAP tank top and a multi-coin Mixology NPV necklace – Click Here!
To see Katharine wearing a red Nellie Partow dress, denim pants by Hudson Jeans and Morgenthal Frederics sunglasses – Click Here!
The 28-year-old singer/actress donned an array of stylish ensembles for the flirty Norman Jean Roy shot spread lining the pages while dishing about everything from her NBC program to being a Los Angeles native.
Highlights from Miss McPhee’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Allure!
On not appearing to be a Los Angeles native:
“I’ve always been told that I don’t seem like a Los Angeles native. I think that comes from my family and from the people in my circle. It’s important to be polite—to make someone feel like they’re the only person in the room.”
On her post-Idol career plotting:
“There had been so many parts that I didn’t get or came so close to getting. After a pilot I was in didn’t get picked up, I remember crying that nothing’s really clicking, nothing’s ever going to happen.”
On her ‘Smash’ character’s evolution:
“In some of the later episodes, we get to see Karen stick up for herself and have some strong interactions with people instead of being meek. I really relate to that, because I see myself as someone who’s finally grown into being more sure of her thoughts and opinions.”
Celebrities and good causes go hand-in-hand, and Katharine McPhee is teaming with Malaria No More for a new campaign called “Dream Big.”
The initiative has been set up to raise awareness and funding to help end the massive malaria-related deaths in Africa.
Ms. McPhee explained, “I share a dream with Malaria No More, and that’s to see a day when no one is dying from malaria.”
“Until that day comes, I’m committed to fighting the disease and look forward to helping kids in Africa have a greater chance at achieving their dreams.”
Folks interested in helping the cause can get involved by visiting the Malaria No More website and text messaging donations.
Emily Baer, Laura Savage, and Katharine McEnery sing I Know It’s Today from Shrek for Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre’s After the Show Cabaret Series on July 31st 2010.