Exclusive Preview: Christina Ricci Covers Oyster Magazine, Is Really Small

Our favorite Addams-Family-star-turned-retro-TV-stewardess Christina Ricci covers Oyster this month! In the fashion mag's newest issue, which hit newsstands today, the adorable Ms. Ricci talks about the benefits of being super-small (fitting in an airplane's overhead compartment), her Pan Am on-set pranks (playing dead), and her tendency towards on-stage panic attacks. Check out our preview of the cover shoot, styled by Stevie Dance and photographed by Gregory Harris. We're really digging the 1960s-good-girl-gone-a-little-bit-bad vibe of the spread, a theme often associated with the Pan Am actress. Aside from the airplane period drama being set in the early 60s, those Twiggy lashes were legit made for doll-eyed Christina.
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Our favorite Addams-Family-star-turned-retro-TV-stewardess Christina Ricci covers Oyster this month! In the fashion mag's newest issue, which hit newsstands today, the adorable Ms. Ricci talks about the benefits of being super-small (fitting in an airplane's overhead compartment), her Pan Am on-set pranks (playing dead), and her tendency towards on-stage panic attacks. Check out our preview of the cover shoot, styled by Stevie Dance and photographed by Gregory Harris. We're really digging the 1960s-good-girl-gone-a-little-bit-bad vibe of the spread, a theme often associated with the Pan Am actress. Aside from the airplane period drama being set in the early 60s, those Twiggy lashes were legit made for doll-eyed Christina.
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Our favorite Addams-Family-star-turned-retro-TV-stewardess Christina Ricci covers Oyster this month!

In the fashion mag's newest issue, which hit newsstands today, the adorable Ms. Ricci talks about the benefits of being super-small (fitting in an airplane's overhead compartment), her Pan Am on-set pranks (playing dead), and her tendency towards on-stage panic attacks.

Check out our preview of the cover shoot, styled by Stevie Dance and photographed by Gregory Harris. We're really digging the 1960s-good-girl-gone-a-little-bit-bad vibe of the spread, a theme often associated with the Pan Am actress. Aside from the airplane period drama being set in the early 60s, those Twiggy lashes were legit made for doll-eyed Christina.