We have added x02 photos from the Forbes photoshoot, also check out this wonderful interview with Blake, she talks all about Preserve and how it has always been a dream of hers. Beautiful, inspirational interview.
We have added x4 MQ photoshoot pics of Blake taken by photographer Guy Aroch for Gucci earlier this year …
Blake Lively gazed into the eyes of her husband Ryan Reynolds at the Angel Ball at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan last night (October 20th). The parents-to-be – who are expecting their first child – celebrated their second wedding anniversary last month. The glowing 27-year-old took the plunge in a yellow long-sleeved gown, and she accessorised with Ofira Sandberg jewelry.
Ryan, who turns 38 on Thursday has been considering several names for his unborn child. ‘On the plane over here I was trying to think of baby names,’ Ryan told Canada’s eTalk. ‘I don’t want a name that’s anything pretentious or, like, Hollywood-y. So I’m going with Excalibur Anaconda Reynolds…that’s if it’s a girl.’
Blake said ‘I never knew what I wanted to do for a living but I knew I wanted to have a lot of kids because I had come from a big family, so it was always important to me. So it’s just the excitement of that finally being here.’
Last Friday, Lively – born Brown – shared snaps from her autumn-themed outdoor baby shower on her lifestyle/E-commerce website, Preserve.us.
‘With a new baby on the way there is so much to do! ‘But before experiencing the joy of 3am screams, seemingly impossible amounts of poop and having a favorite shirt covered in reflux…there are presents to open, onesies to dye, there is cake to serve, advice to be shared and all around celebration to be had. And that we did.’
We added photos from the event last night and the Preserve Baby Shower Shoot to the gallery …
Blake Lively has revealed that she is expecting her first child with her husband Ryan Reynolds!!! She announced the news on her website, Preserve, alongside a photo of her cradling her small bump. Lively, 27, and Reynolds, 37, met on The Green Lantern in 2010 and married in a small, private ceremony in Charleston, South Carolina in 2011.
The (HQ) photo, taken by the Gossip Girl star’s brother Eric Lively, was accompanied by a statement about family and photos of other pregnant women. It read:
“Preserve at its core is about family. ‘Family’ is the single word our founder, Blake built this home on.
“We have something for men, for women, for the old, but we realised, we don’t have anything for the new.
“With family on our mind, we looked to the origin of it all – to the women in our lives who are right there, at that special moment; at the creation of family.”
The couple have spoken frequently about wanting children and their desire for similarly large families to the ones they grew up in. Blake told Marie Claire magazine: “If I could spit out a litter of kids, I would.”
Huge Congratulations from all your fans at BlakeLivelySource.Com
We have created an album for Preserve.us Promotional Photos and added x3 new abstract shots of Blake (and Ryan) cute! Plus an outtake from a 2009 photoshoot with Michael Thompson for Allure magazine.
We have added x2 photoshoots by photographer Guy Aroch. One from last year with her “Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants” cast mates for Entertainment Weekly and the other a more recent shoot for Grazia …
Red lipstick can leave any woman even more powerful. And to prove this idea L’Oréal Paris met none other than Blake Lively, Eva Longoria, Jane Fonda, Julianne Moore, Freida Pinto, Laetitia Casta, Sonam Kapoor, Ines De La Fressange, Zoe Saldana and other prominent actresses in a amazing essay recorded by Julien Lutt.
The photos are part of the new line of lipsticks Pure Red, Color by Richie, the French brand campaign. With completely different beauties, all posed with rouge lips and made it clear that a remarkable mouth can indeed highlight the feminine force!
The collection, which will feature different shades of red, will be launched in September in the United States and major European countries.
We have updated the recent Vogue/Mario Testino shoot with HQ versions.. enjoy!
Blake Lively is launching her latest venture, a website called Preserve, with a Vogue cover and feature, as one does. We have added the Vogue cover and some absolutely stunning photos by Mario Testino to the gallery …
Blake Lively brings her unerring eye, Southern roots, and love of storytelling to her latest venture—a Web site called Preserve. Jonathan Van Meter heads West to meet up with the Gossip Girl turned Internet entrepreneur.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is one of those startling American places where “purple mountain majesties” becomes gloriously real, no longer a patriotic abstraction from a song learned in grade school. But it is also home to some of the most expensive real estate imaginable—great, logged-up monuments to show-business wealth and fame. Oh, give me a twelve-bedroom, fourteen-bath home, where the buffalo still sort of occasionally roam!
Blake Lively has never been here until today, but when I meet her in the soaring lobby of the Amangani resort one evening in late May she is dressed as if she has taken the landscape into consideration. Not many women can wear denim overalls, strappy Louboutin stilettos, and a Navajo-blanket poncho and get away with it, but Blake Lively can. When I compliment her, she describes the look as “if Sling Blade and Pocahontas had a baby.” Lively has a tendency toward deadpan humor, often delivered with a laconic stare that can make it difficult to figure out whether she is joking or not. “When I say something funny, I don’t laugh,” she says, “so my friends are always like, ‘Hahahahaaaa!’ so people know. When I’m not with them, I always think, This person doesn’t know I’m funny; they just think I’m a jerk.”
Lively, who is back from Cannes, where she was obliged to make appearances as a L’Oréal “ambassador,” as well as stroll the red carpet with her husband, Ryan Reynolds, for the premiere of his film The Captive, is both jet-lagged and feeling unwell. “I ate some mystery meat on the plane, and I feel poisoned,” she says. As we head out to the car that will take us to dinner in town, she says, “Do you mind if I sit in the front? I get motion sickness.” Pause. “God, I’m like a toddler. I hope you have Cheerios in your bag.” And then, once in the car: “Now, to be triply annoying, I have to make a work-related call. I’m so sorry.”