Hayden Panettiere shows off her staple cotton threads in this new shot for Cotton‘s The Fabric Of Our Lives television campaign.
The 23-year-old Nashville actress shot the commercial on location in the city which showcased key pieces from her closet including Missoni, Valentino, J. Brand, Ralph Lauren Denim, and Anthropologie.
Hayden shared about the experience, “It’s a lot easier to play a character on TV than to play yourself, even in a thirty-second commercial. I mean, off the set, I am basically a blue jeans kind of girl — as long as they’re cotton, of course.”
Check out her thirty-second commercial below!
Hayden Panettiere – The Fabric Of Our Lives Commercial
“Even when I’m not filming, I always do my lashes,” Hayden shares. “Even if you don’t have time for anything else, mascara makes your eyes stand out. I love Neutrogena’s Healthy Length mascara because it makes my lashes look twice as long and and beautifully healthy.”
Hayden Panettiere shows off her tattoo on the May 2013 issue of Glamour magazine, on newsstands April 9th!
The 23-year-old Nashville star opened up to the glossy about her boxer boyfriend Wladimir Klitschko, the meaning of her tat, and how she stays out of trouble. Check it:
On meeting her boyfriend: “Life is like a lunchroom at school. In this industry you’ve got little individual tables of actors, singers, rap stars, this, that, the other. But it’s a big industry that also encompasses anyone in the public eye. An acquaintance of ours did a coffee-table book, and the proceeds went to genocide prevention. We met at the party for the launch of the book; we’ve been friends for five years — we’ve never not been close.”
On being a good girl in this industry: “It’s not that I didn’t go to clubs, have my picture taken. I was 16 years old. I was experimenting just like any kid. But I had friends and family around me to yank me back when I was heading in the wrong direction. Every turn that I made, somebody was waiting for me to fall on my face and catch it on film. The thing that really saved me was that I still had that healthy fear of my parents — I still had a midnight curfew at 18!”
On the meaning of her tattoo: “It’s Italian: Vivere senza rimpianti. When I was younger, I was upset, and my dad said he wanted to show me something. He slammed one door of the bathroom, and the closet door popped open — it was a trick with the air. He said, ‘Whenever one door closes, another one always opens.’ So my tattoo means ‘Live without regrets.’ It’s not that you don’t regret things in life, but you at least try to learn from them. It’s misspelled too [accidentally, as rimipianti]—so I literally have to live by that advice!”