Belfast Telegraph

Friday 11 July 2014

Emily VanCamp in edgy shoot

Emily VanCamp

Emily VanCamp looks cool and edgy in pictures for Nylon magazine.

The actress may look like a sweet all-American girl thanks to her blonde hair and cute looks, but just like her role on TV show Revenge, there is more to her character.

On the cover of Nylon magazine, Emily looks edgy in a graphic print, monochrome top, striped red and black skirt and a preppy jacket.

She might look like butter wouldn’t melt, but Emily insists she’s not the typical “girl next door”.

"I wouldn't have labelled myself that way,” she told the magazine.

“I just think I had the look to play those characters. I was a good kid, but I definitely had my moments of rebellion."

In a spread inside, the 27-year-old continues to show off daring looks.

Silky kimono-print pyjamas feature in one snap, with Emily wearing round sunglasses to accessorise and her blonde hair is mussed up.

In another picture, the star sits on the floor wearing a red baseball cap, glittery maroon skirt and white crop top with monochrome jazz shoes.

A further snap shows Emily in a baggy 3.1 Phillip Lim grey sweater and bejewelled sunglasses, with her hair falling scruffily over her face.

The Revenge actress is often papped looking gorgeous when she is out, but Emily is still finding it hard to deal with the intrusion of photographers.

"It should be illegal for people to stalk you with cameras. It's really invasive. How do you enjoy a moment? I see how people spiral out of control,” she vented.

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