OK! magazine is a ubiquitous British celebrity news and lifestyle magazine and is the world’s biggest celebrity lifestyle magazine, boasting over 30 million readers and going out to 20 different countries. Starting as a monthly publication, it became so big that it now goes out every week. It covers celebrity lifestyles, news, weddings, drama, and the like. While it can be dangerous to follow the ups and downs of celebrity trends and gossip too closely, diving into a publication like OK! with a critical and active mind can certainly prove enjoyable and beneficial for some.
In any case, OK’s recent March issue happens to feature OROGOLD quite prominently. Not only does it give detailed information and a flattering assessment of the brand, it also features a story on actress Alice Eve being declared the face of OROGOLD’s 2016 campaign.
Alice Eve is a prolific and gorgeous actress who was born in London in 1982 and started her stunning acting career around 2004. She’s currently married to her high school sweetheart, the financier Alex Cowper-Smith, as of 2014. She’s been in a variety of TV dramas, especially earlier in her career. She’s also starred in multiple comedy films and has also acted in stage plays such as Tom Stoppard’s Rock ‘n’ Roll at the Royal Court theater. Presently, Alice lives in London and Los Angeles and is getting ready to co-star next to Kevin Costner in the drama Criminal, to air next month.
Other interesting facts about Alice are that she has what’s called “heterochromia,” which simply means that her eyes are different colors. Her left is blue and her right is green. She doesn’t try to follow the norm, and instead, embraces her eyes. Her actions have helped encourage women around the world understand that it is okay to celebrate their individuality, and what they look like. She will certainly make a lovely representative of OROGOLD this year.
The article announced her crowning as the OROGOLD brand’s face for a year and also featured our Madison Avenue store in NYC, and how our stores treat customers like VIPs, often offering champagne, caviar, chocolates, and complimentary skin consultations.