Actor James Norton photographed by Tom Munro for L’Uomo Vogue.
James Norton is the latest actor to grace the glossy pages of L’Uomo Vogue. The English actor was photographed by Tom Munro (2b Management) for the occasion. Promoting War and Peace, Norton appears in images styled by Robert Rabensteiner. Tackling current designer fashions, the actor is captured in Alexander McQueen, Bottega Veneta, Santoni and more.
James Norton makes quite the style statement in a pair of pants from Bottega Veneta.
James Norton cuts a sharp figure in an Alexander McQueen coat.
James Norton Recent Press
James Norton is all smiles as he sits on a panel for Masterpiece’s Grantchester during the PBS segment of the 2016 Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour.
In hot demand, James Norton has been making the press rounds recently. From promoting Grantchester to War and Peace, Norton has stepped up his tailored game in sharp, smart numbers. Embracing key separates, Norton is a brilliant example of classic style, pairing sports jackets with clean dress shirts and even the simple tee.
James Norton wears a check suit to attend the BAFTA Los Angeles Awards Season Tea, which was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles, California on January 9, 2016.
James Norton dons a sharp herringbone blazer as he poses for pictures at a screening of War and Peace in West Hollywood, California.
James Norton Poses for Interview Magazine
James Norton photographed by Mark Rabadan for Interview magazine.
Photographed by Mark Rabadan, actor James Norton recently appeared in a photo shoot for Interview magazine. Discussing his portrayal of Prince Andrei Bolkonsky in War and Peace, Norton shared, “There is something very intriguing and enigmatic about both of them, whilst appearing to be really cruel and callous towards their loved ones. Everyone’s drawn to Andrei.”
Going casual for an Interview photo shoot, James Norton is styled by Fannie Schiavoni.
@luomovogue and I did a shoot inspired by Bowie a couple months ago and it hit stands today. i just wish the man himself could’ve seen how he influenced my generation.
Photographer: Mark Segal Stylist: Robert Rabensteiner
Gerade mal 3km entfernt von Burg Rabeneck, befindet sich die Burg Rabenstein hoch über dem Ailsbachtal. Neben einer Falknerei gibt es dort noch eine Gutsschenke, die Burg selbst ist heute ein Hotel mit Tagungsstätte, aber auch zahlreiche Mittelalter-Veranstaltungen finden dort im sogenannten “Keltendorf” statt. Die Entstehungszeit der Burg dürfte 1175-1200 sein und sie ist meiner Meinung nach immer einen Besuch wert.