Thursday, August 18th
New to MyCloset.com?
Susan Sarandon and Eva
Swapping Alaia and DVF with Your Mom
When controversial artist Robert Mapplethorpe photographed a buck-naked version of Susan Sarandon’s daughter in the late Eighties, the tot seemed stunned to be out of wardrobe. That was the first pin up for brown eyed, apple cheeked Eva Amurri – now, just as cute – but she’s filled out quite a bit physically.
“I love Diane, she is unbelievable.” Says the 21-year-old actress in a figure hugging Diane Von Furstenberg white dress, alongside Sarandon at DVF’s Fall ’07 runway show. “I like Prada, Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga, Proenza Schouler,” Amurri tells MyCloset.com. “Classic clean cuts. Not too trendy, things I can keep in my closet a few years.” Her favorite shoes are Balenciaga and her best jeans are tied between Club Monaco and Rock & Republic skinny styles.
“She’s a gorgeous girl, isn’t she?” Her beaming mother asks. In turn, MyCloset.com inquires what style advice the Oscar winning star has bestowed.
“I wouldn’t even attempt, are you kidding me?” Sarandon says. “Not at all. She’s the one who lays out my clothes and tells me… take off your sweats and start looking at what you’re wearing.”
Born October 4, 1946.
Attended Catholic University of America Drama School from 1964-1968, where she met and married Christ Sarandon.
Four Academy Award nominations in the 1990s and best actress for Dead Man Walking in 1995. Her first Academy Award nomination was for Louis Malle's Atlantic City in 1980.
In 1996 was chosen by People (USA) magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful in the world.
Received the "World Lifetime Achievement Award" at the 2006 Women's World Award in New York.
Former “Ford” Model.
She keeps her Oscar in the bathroom.
One of eight women to carry the Olympic flag at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games' opening ceremony in Turin.
Is a UNICEF goodwill ambassador.
Born March 15, 1985 in New York City, NY.
In February 2001, Eva and her mother starred together as a daughter and mother in an episode of Friends.
Had a minor role in the 2002 film, The Banger Sisters as Susan Sarandon’s daughter.
After graduating from high school in 2003, Eva started studying anthropology at Brown University (class of 2007).
In 2004, appeared in Saved!, which remains her largest role to date.
If she could meet and hang out with three people alive or dead for a day, she would have tea with Jimi Hendrix, Coco Chanel, and Einstein.
Currently working on Fred Durst’s The Education of Charlie Banks in New York.