Cameron Diaz Graces the Cover of June Vogue
Posted on May 15, 2009
Actress Cameron Diaz graces the cover of the June issue of Vogue. She was photographed by Mario Testino. In the photo above Cameron is wearing a Rag & Bone 100 percent organic-cotton cardigan and a Tibi one-shoulder bathing suit. In the Vogue interview, Cameron talks about driving, her childhood, labels and her upcoming film, My Sister's Keeper.
On Visiting Her Cuban Grandmother in Tampa, Florida: "Spending a month in Tampa with your Cuban grandmother is like-well, we weren't allowed to go outside, because you would either get kidnapped or break an arm." More C.D. laughter. "So you spent a lot of time inside, playing cards, eating steak and rice and beans and drinking RC Cola and watching soap operas. It was a bit of a void for a few weeks, and then we would end up at an island in the Gulf that we'd go to, and we would be there for a week and a half, and that was just glorious."
On Labels: "People who put labels on themselves limit themselves," she says. "If you are a woman who's been labeled as a sex symbol, for instance-I mean, I am not saying that's the label people would apply to me. But if you see yourself that way, inevitably you get to a point when you are no longer a sex symbol. And if you can't move past that, you're putting a limit on yourself; you're arresting your development. And that's where I think a lot of women get in trouble."
On My Sister's Keeper, "It's about falling in love. It's about all different kinds of love. Parents falling in love with their children. Children falling in love with their parents. Falling in love for the first time. Falling in love with being a teenager. All of the things that you fall in love with, that our hearts give way to over a lifetime, and then the heartbreaks when those things get taken away."