On the Monday of Scarlett Johansson's cover shoot, chaos loomed over Manhattan, thanks to winter storm Nemo that hit over the weekend plus the start of New York Fashion Week. But Johansson arrived unfazed and on time at Ramscale Studios with one request: Coffee-Mate Fat Free Hazelnut Creamer. Because she was training for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which started filming last month, the actress stuck to a strict diet — the creamer was her only vice. One cup later, she was off, donning lace Dolce & Gabbana, patent leather Miu Miu, and red mesh Giambattista Valli. Chatting all things fashion with MC's Nina Garcia, Johansson noshed on a peanut butter Rice Krispies treat before changing into her own BDG jeans and vintage cardigan. Heading home for some rest on her only day off — her schedule at the time required eight Broadway performances of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof each week — she graciously bid adieu in her raspy, low voice and sped off, the very picture of balancing-act perfection. —Ashley Ross
Johansson in a Dolce & Gabbana dress and David Yurman and Eternamé rings."Txema Yeste"
Clutch $1,880, Olympia Le-Tan; net-a-porter.com."Courtesy of Company"