Scarlett Johansson In Harper Bazaar UK January 2010

In the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, Scarlett Johansson talks about her off-duty work in Africa, and her passion to change others’ lives for the better. Oh, and of course, she looks smoking hot there. “You do gain a certain perspective when you see how people get by with so little and how they’re […]

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In the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, Scarlett Johansson talks about her off-duty work in Africa, and her passion to change others’ lives for the better. Oh, and of course, she looks smoking hot there.

“You do gain a certain perspective when you see how people get by with so little and how they’re just happy to have simple things like a well with clean water nearby,” said Scarlett, who’s the latest face of Mango. “I felt lucky just to live somewhere that has running water. Suddenly a toilet seems such a luxury. It’s miraculous! You really are thankful for the small things.”

If a toilet seems luxury, Scarlett must have had a field day at the fashion shoot. Photographed by Alexi Lubomirski, the January issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK sees Scarlett dressed up in RED clothes and accessories – including special edition jewellery by Solange Azagury Partridge – Dolce and Gabbana, Yves Saint Laurent and Oscar de la Renta, and dressed down in T-shirts by Gap and Converse trainers.

Read all about her adventures and quest to change peoples’ lives in the January 2010 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, which hits news stands on December 7th. But right now check some photos from the gallery below after the jump. [via TheInsider]

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