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Saturday 23 August 2014

Michelle Williams in fantasy fashion shoot

Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams looks gorgeous in a new shoot for AnOther magazine.

The spread in AnOther magazine is in keeping with the actress' newest film role as Glinda the Good Witch in Oz the Great and Powerful.

Michelle has posed as eight different characters for the cover - along with the caption 'There's No Place Like Home' standing beside the gorgeous images.

The title on the cover gives a big clue as to what the interview inside entails. According to AnOther magazine, Michelle's cover shot is accompanied by a "candid interview... leading us on a journey through her unusual past homes, from childhood onwards."

The stunning magazine images were taken by Willy Vanderperre with styling for the shoot by Olivier Rizzo.

In one black and white shot, Michelle is looking pensive wearing an haute couture black sheer panelled dress accessorised with large hooped earrings and an embellished head piece.

In another image, the Hollywood star is seen in a more relaxed pose, wearing ripped jeans teamed with a grey jumper as she perches on a wooden stool.

An exclusive film with Michelle will premiere on anothermag.com tomorrow, with the spring/summer issue of the magazine released on Thursday.

Despite her turn on AnOther magazine's cover, Michelle recently rebuffed claims she is a trendsetter, and insisted she dresses for comfort rather than style.

"A style icon?" Michelle exclaimed to the British edition of Glamour magazine. "I'm not a style icon. My life is a car pool, pyjamas, and not showering every day. My real life is very different from this."

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