Jessica Chastain covers the November issue of Glamour, and tells the glossy that becoming well known a bit later in life was a blessing. “I would have been a disaster,” she says about becoming famous at a younger age. “If I was 19 and I had the attention that I’m getting now, I would have just said stupid things. I would have partied more. All these expensive dinners and people giving me champagne? All these stupid things that we criticize 19-year-olds for doing when they’re famous, I would have done.” The actress who is set to appear in three films this season: Interstellar, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them, and A Most Violent Year, also talks fashion. “Especially for me, fashion is not just about, ‘My butt looks good in this dress,’ Chastain says. “To me, fashion is like going to a museum. I see designers as artists. It’s the same thing for me as painters. I love Sarah Burton’s McQueen, wild designers like Riccardo Tisci from Givenchy. Armani’s been doing some insane dresses [that are] like wearing a painting. Comme des Garçons’ are sculptural.” Move over, Vanessa Friedman. There’s a new redhead in town. The new issue of Glamour hits stands nationwide on October 14th or digitally HERE.