The Dress That Changed My Life
Harper's Bazaar Australia|October 2019
The Dress That Changed My Life
“Doing a fitting reminds me of being a little girl in Sydney. My mother would sew all of my dresses, and she would stand me up on the table to make sure the hem was just so.”
Alison s. Cohn

No dress has ever changed my life. Marrying my husband, Keith [Urban], having children — those things changed my life. Nevertheless, the fairytale aspect of wearing couture is a glorious sidebar to my career. Golly, it is still lovely to me. I always say, “I’m going to the ball” when I’m walking a red carpet, because it really does have that Cinderella quality.

When you’re nominated for an award, you’re very emotionally invested. But last year after the Emmys and the Golden Globes [at each of which Kidman took home an award for best actress for Big Little Lies], going to the Oscars as a presenter was just plain fun.

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October 2019