Amandla Stenberg wears a blue and white dress while attending the Chanel Fine Jewelry dinner on Thursday (June 2) at the New York Public Library in New York City.
The 17-year-old former The Hunger Games actress was joined at the event by Dakota Fanning, who stuck to the black and white theme going on with many of the other attendees.
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While Dakota was in the Big Apple for the fashion event, her younger sister Elle was supporting another brand in London!
Candice King hits the red carpet with a big smile for the AltaMed Health Services’ Power Up, We Are The Future Gala held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on Thursday night (May 12) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 29-year-old Vampire Diaries actress joined activist Amandla Stenberg at the event, which recognized the philanthropic contributions of several distinguished honorees and women.
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“craccolaMomma’s first carpet in a looooooooong time. I think I said “um” like 10 times in one sentence. Thrilled to go to my first event after having a daughter in support of empowering young women. #wepowerup #momlife #carpetsweats,” Candice wrote on Instagram afterwards.
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Emma Roberts turns heads in a violet ombre gown at the 2016 Met Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (May 2) in New York City.
The 24-year-old Scream Queens actress wowed in a colorful Tory Burch halter-top ombré chiffon plissé gown in shades of amethyst and lavender, embellished with heat-sealed Swarovski crystal-rock fabric gown, Edie Parker clutch with Norman Silverman Diamonds.
Amandla Stenberg was also seen walking the red carpet in a custom Calvin Klein Collection merlot satin evening jacket, bandeau and trousers.
This year’s Costume Institute Gala Benefit – celebrating the opening of the Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology exhibition – is co-chaired by Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, and Apple exec Jonathan Ive.
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Amandla Stenberg wears a fun shirt while attending the Jeremy Scott x Coachella party 2016 Coachella Music Festival in Palm Springs, Calif.
Also in attendance at the big party were Peyton List and Spencer List, Katy Perry, designer Jeremy Scott, models Sami Miro and Stella Maxwell, Frances Bean Cobain, Sky Ferreira and Halsey.
The Coachella bash also celebrated the launch of Hoppr by Absolut, which is a new mobile web-app that transforms online connections into real life experiences by allowing users to open up their house parties to other guests in their area.
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Jaden Smith arrives at the Calvin Klein Desert Warehouse Party with Sarah Snyder on Friday (April 15) in Palm Springs, Calif.
The 17-year-old star and his 19-year-old girlfriend joined a host of celebs at the kickoff event, including 17-year-old actress Amandla Stenberg.
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Jaden and Sarah headed to Indio for the 2016 Coachella Music Festival that same day, where Jaden took the stage as a guest performer with musician Lido.
He climbed on top of Lido’s piano while he sang for the crowd.
Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed couple up for the carpet at 2016 WE Day California held at The Forum on Thursday (April 7) in Inglewood, Calif.
The super cute hubby-wife duo was joined by Demi Lovato, Joe Jonas, Voice winner Jordan Smith, New Girl‘s Max Greenfield and Hannah Simone, singer Paula Abdul, Glee alum Darren Criss, actress Amandla Stenberg, and Room star Jacob Tremblay.
WE Day is a celebration of youth making a difference in their local and global communities.
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Yara Shahidi sets up the style game as she arrives at the 2016 Black Girls Rock! show held at New Jersey Performing Arts Center on Friday night (April 1) in Newark, New Jersey.
The 16-year-old black-ish actress was joined by her on-screen sister Marsai Martin, activist Amandla Stenberg and Bunk’D‘s Skai Jackson.
Amandla received the Young Gifted & Black Award at the show, which airs April 5th on BET.
The Black Girls Rock! event honors the achievements made by Black women and girls, will also honor R&B musical icon Gladys Knight, writer/director/producer Shonda Rhimes, The Walking Dead actress Danai Gurira, and Black Lives Matter founders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi.
FYI: Skai wore a Christina Alcalay ensemble with SJP Collection shoes. Amandla wore a Moschino suit. Yara wore a Longchamp jacket, Norma Kamali jumpsuit and Jimmy Choo shoes.
Rowan Blanchard and Amandla Stenberg give us so much inspiration as they appear on the “The New Progressives” cover of Interview magazine.
The 14-year-old Girl Meets World star and 17-year-old Hunger Games alum opened up to the glossy about the social causes most important to them. Check it:
Rowan on being inclusive: “Part of the reason is because I couldn’t sit with the cool girls. I’m not even kidding. In middle school there was literally a spot for the cool kids to sit. You could only sit there if you were cool, and I wasn’t. So I would go read Hugo Cabret under the slides. All my friends were literary characters. So that’s so important to me, that a girl on Instagram doesn’t see a group of girls and feel intimidated. No girl should feel scared to be friends with other females. I was. I lived in fear of other girls. I remember saying, in seventh or eighth grade, “I only hang out with boys, because girls are really scary and mean.” Because of this whole image of perfection in friends groups, I was really scared that other girls hated me, that I wasn’t pretty enough or cool enough or I didn’t have enough Instagram followers or whatever. But finding female friendship was such a monumental point in my life. And I never want somebody to feel like they have to re-evaluate them- selves to join my friends or to join any friend-group.”
Amandla on the intersectionality of gay rights and feminism: “I oftentimes receive the question, ‘What do you think is the most important social issue to focus on?’ Or, ‘What’s the most important component of identity? Is it gay rights or race or feminism?’ And I’m like, ‘Well, they’re all intertwined. It’s all one conversation at the end of the day. You can’t just pick one.’ I mean, people experience all kinds of prejudice because of all different parts of themselves. And that doesn’t make one part more important than the other. We live in a society that does not openly accept every kind of human being. And so the result is when you are yourself and someone who’s marginalized, it becomes a revolutionary act—just being comfortable in your own body and being comfort- able speaking, sharing your ideas. It’s really amazing and also, like, kind of sad. [laughs] I hope one day it’s not revolutionary just to be yourself, but I think that the work that’s being done around identity and personhood is so important.”
For more on Rowan and Amandla, visit InterviewMagazine.com.