04.01.12

Elle Fanning For Teen Vogue February 2012

Elle Fanning graces the February 2012 cover of Teen Vogue wearing a red lace Miu Miu dress.

You will be pleased to know that the teen who you vote Best Dressed Teen of 2011 isn’t wearing any nude dresses in her editorial.

She wears a pink Carven dress, a scarlet Red Valentino dress, a pink Bebe top, a salmon Christopher Kane dress and a check Prada dress.

At 13 years old the talented actress has already landed a Marc Jacobs campaign, has already worn countless Couture looks on the red carpet, sat front row at Chanel and Rodarte plus she has many magazine covers under her stylish belt.

In her interview she talks about falling in love with Ryan Gosling, her big sister Dakota and dressing her age.

You can read more of Elle interview over at TeenVogue.com. Here are some extracts:

On her acting method: “I never really pull from experience. I just sort of make believe. That’s why I like acting. You can create or imagine anything. It’s not like I’ve fallen in love but I’ve had crushes and things.”Read More…

Jessica Szohr For Teen Vogue February 2010

Jessica Szhor is the last main member of the “Gossip Girl” cast to have a solo Teen Vogue cover.

Her February 2010 cover sees her wearing one of my favourite looks from the BCBG Max Azria Spring 2010 collection. I also loved the red Versus safety-pin dress below.

The self-proclaimed “jeans and tee shirt girl” is refreshingly down-to-earth in her interview.

She opens up about her modest attitude towards fame, her relationship with Ed Westwick, and her big screen debut this April in the spring-break thriller “Piranha 3-D.”

Click here for information on the February cover and behind the scenes footage from the shoot.

On her Gossip Girl co-stars and double-dating with them: “I’ve heard horror stories form other actors about egos, people who don’t get along, but we’re all friends. There are people from this job who will be in my life for a very, very long time… Sometimes we double-date with Penn [Badgley] and Blake [Lively], or Leighton [Meester] and Sebastian [Stan]. We all hang out.”

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Taylor Momsen For Teen Vogue September 2009

Whether we like it or not, it seems the rock chick look Taylor Momsen is forcing down our throats is here to stay for a while.

This is evident in her Teen Vogue September 2009 editorial shot by Patrick Demarchelier.

I’m surprised they didn’t soften her like they did with Miley Cyrus. Instead they played up to the moody teenager Jenny Humphrey she plays in Gossip Girl, dressing her in edgy looks and accessorizing with studded bracelets and necklaces.

My favourite look is the Gucci Fall 2009 look below, but that picture only appears in the outtakes.

In her interview Taylor shares that she’s been acting professionally for more than a decade, yet music has always been her first passion. She recorded most of her album before signing a deal with Interscope.

“I wanted to have it all done so I could say, ‘Here’s who I am, either you like it or you don’t.’” As for her writing process, she holds nothing back admitting, “My lyrics are my diary—you’re hearing every detail on my life.”

Here are some more extracts from her interview:

On relating to other teens: “I live a very adult life: I have two different careers; I’m on tour. What am I going to do, hang out with the high school kids? I just can’t relate to what they talk about—it seems so petty.

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Emma Watson For Teen Vogue August 2009

Emma Watson graces the cover of Teen Vogue August 2009 cover looking gorgeous wearing a D&G satin top and embroidered bell-shaped skirt from the Fall 2009 collection.

The young star has a lot to look forward to these days. The sixth installment of the Harry Potter films, “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”, hits theaters this month.

The seventh book is being split between two films, which means the actress is currently promoting one movie, shooting another, and in pre-production on a third. “I dont think I’ve ever been this tired in my life!” she says.

I LOVE Emma’s editorial which sees her wearing BCBG Max Azria, D&G, Erin Fetherston, Burberry, Moschino Cheap & Chic and Monique Lhuillier.

Emma doesn’t seem to be desperate to grown up like a lot of Hollywood stars *coughs Miley Cyrus coughs*, but she seems to have a maturity beyond her years.

On starting college to study English Literature and art: “I probably sound like a paranoid nut, but I’m doing this because I want to be normal. I really want anonymity.”

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Miley Cyrus For Teen Vogue May 2009

For the first time ever, I’m totally in love with Miley Cyrus. Her cover and editorial for the May 2009 edition of Teen Vogue, has her looking cute, and age appropriate.

I love the hippy/bohemian feel to the shoot, the daisy’s in her hair, and the picture of her on a horse.

Miley will begin shooting her first dramatic film this summer, a role Nicholas Sparks (author of The Notebook) wrote specifically with her in mind. “I’d like to do something like Revolutionary Road or Garden State next,” Miley muses. “I definitely want to be more challenged.”

Here are some more extracts from her interview:

On her fellow Hollywood stars: “Jude Law is so adorable in ‘The Holiday’, Javier Bardem, is so sexy, and Gerard Butler. You’ve seen him in ‘P.S. I Love You’, right? My favorite. I bawled my eyes out. Scarlett Johansson. She is, honestly, the most beautiful girl I’ve ever seen. I went to ‘He’s Just Not That into You’ with Justin, and I was covering his eyes. I’m not a huge Rob Pattinson fan. Girls aren’t really in love with Rob; they’re in love with Edward.”

On love at first sight: “I believe in love at first sight. It just hasn’t happened to me. The first time I saw Justin, I walked right by him. Love doesn’t come from attraction, but from somewhere deeper. [Justin] is my best friend.”

On writing with BFFs Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, or Taylor Swift: “Demi and I are the most alike. I like to keep my friendship separate. Otherwise, competition starts.”

This issue hits newsstand April 14.

You can shop Miley’s shoot by buying her See by Chloe floral smock dress from Net-A-Porter’s US site for $600, or the international site for £345/€445.



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