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By Jess • November 23, 2015 • 0 Comments

An emotional Christian Louboutin told the audience at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards how he refused to cancel his trip to London after the Paris terror attacks because he will not “live in fear”. The French shoe designer presented the first of the night’s prizes, for best design, alongside actress Jessica Brown Findlay. It went to Anna Fleischle for Hangmen at the Royal Court.

Fighting back tears, he said: “I cannot hide the fact that it is very difficult for me to be on stage tonight. “For those who don’t know me, I’m Christian Louboutin. I’m a French citizen, born, raised and still living in Paris.

We have added x42 photos of Jess at the event last night (November 22nd)

By Jess • April 22, 2014 • 0 Comments

Jessica Brown-Findlay wears open-toed sandals while heading out of MediaCityUk after her appearance on BBC Breakfast in London, England on Thursday afternoon (April 17). The 24-year-old actress chatted up her new BBC mini-series, Jamaica Inn.

“The gothic side of Jamaica Inn excited me. I’ve always loved things like ‘Wuthering Heights’ and ‘Jane Eyre’ where you see the darkness of how people react in really forbidding landscapes,” she recently shared with Telegraph.

Jessica added, “There is an incestuousness to the story. Joss wants to protect her deep down, but he’s also a sexual threat. Mary has to show him she’s no pushover and he sort of respects that. Ultimately she holds up a mirror to him, makes him see who he really is….I wasn’t looking for anything fluffy. So often you read a script and the women are just sitting there reading a book or doing a tapestry. But these women go out and do something. There is a fearlessness to them.”

    

By Jess • February 17, 2014 • 0 Comments