New Stephanie interview with The New Potato
Written by Colleen on April 06, 2014

From start to finish, what would be your ideal food day?

Just coffee to start. Honestly, a little fresh squeezed juice and really good espresso with milk. I am not a breakfast lover. About an hour later, I will happily consume a perfect croissant, a scrambled egg and some fruit or yogurt, but just a bit. The rest of the day is a moveable feast involving Bobby’s kale and mushroom paella, the most perfect lamb kabob ever made from Bukhara (in Delhi), tacos from everywhere around the world, and a plate of French fries. For dessert I will consume an absolutely perfect square of dark chocolate.

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H-wood actress in Varanasi
Written by Colleen on February 07, 2014

Hollywood actress Stephanie March stood mesmerized on the ghats, before going for a boat ride across the river Ganga for the famous Subah-e-Banaras, on Thursday. On her first visit to Varanasi, the actress of Mr And Mrs Smith fame, which also starred Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, spent some time on the ghats, watching the rituals in awe. “It is an amazing experience, so peaceful. I also went for the Ganga Aarti last evening, which was special for me as I dedicated it to my aunt who passed away recently,” says the actress, who wishes to explore the city during her three-day stay. Stephanie was in Amritsar before she landed in Varanasi.

Mention Bollywood and her face lights up instantly. “I love Hindi films! Recently, I saw Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and I should say that it was one of the finest films that I have seen in recent times. Farhan Akhtar is really good in the film,” she quips, surprising us with her familiarity with the Indian film industry.

With several cross-over films happening in India, Stephanie says she is open to being part of the trend. “I would love to work in such a film, especially if it stars Farhan Akhtar, who is my current favourite,” she says with a smile, and heads for the boat ride.

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New interview with Elle about Rouge!
Written by Colleen on December 07, 2013

So what was the makeup like for you on ‘SVU’?
Stephanie March: We found that lawyer makeup is pretty good everyday makeup, but then at the end of the night, I’d want to meet my husband for dinner and Becca would give me a great lip.
So on set makeup isn’t that much different from real life makeup?
SM:No, not really. But what I’ve learned is that makeup well applied can really last all day. I’ve had makeup on for 17 hours with minimal retouching. Once it’s on me and I start I don’t want to be touched again. Especially with HD, there’s no reason why your on-camera makeup should be different than your everyday makeup.

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W Magazine article about Stephanie’s new beauty bar!
Written by Colleen on December 04, 2013

Rebecca Perkins and Stephanie March bonded on the set of “Law and Order: SVU,” where Perkins ran the makeup department and March starred as Assistant District Attorney Alexandra Cabot. “You have to have a good amount of trust in the person who’s doing your makeup,” says March. “You have to be comfortable. I have super sensitive skin—and I am sensitive to the amount of time it takes to make me up, particularly with a 5:30 a.m. call time! All I wanted was someone who was skilled, calm, and respected my time. The instant I met Becca I knew I could sit back and let her take over.”
The bond has proven strong. Two years after leaving the show, the two have teamed up again to open Rouge New York, a six-chair makeup bar in New York’s SoHo. Offering a menu of makeup looks (You…Only Better, Bold Choice, Total Polish), Rouge also offers false lash application, tattoo cover, and brow and lip waxing. “Why do men get to sit in a relaxed, classic environment sipping a whiskey and getting a shave while women are forced to sit in the middle of a mall or facing the street with wax on their lip during grooming services?” reasons March, who says a Campari cocktail will be served to all age-appropriate clients. As the two furiously prepare the space for its December 11th opening, they point out a tiny bullet hole in the corner of the storefront window. “A sign will fill the whole window, so no one’s going to notice it,” says Perkins. “But we’re thinking of keeping it—a little Law and Order DNA.”
Email appts@rougeny.com.

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Stephanie at The Moet & Chandon Suite At The 2013 US Open – Day 10
Written by Colleen on September 06, 2013


Stephanie March Dot Com Gallery > Events > 2013 > Sept 4th: The Moet & Chandon Suite At The 2013 US Open – Day 10


Stephanie on The Daily Shot – Clip
Written by Colleen on August 31, 2013


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