Elle Fanning sips on an iced coffee while out on Friday (July 22) in Studio City, Calif.
The day before, Elle‘s older sister, Dakota, was seen working up a sweat while she hit a gym in New York City.
Earlier in the week, Elle took to Instagram to announce her latest collaboration with Tiffany & Co.Elle joins Lupita Nyong’o and Natalie Westling for the jewelry company’s latest Legendary Style campaign.
“Proud to share my @tiffanyandco collaboration for the #legendarystyle campaign with creative partner @therealgracecoddington,” Elle captioned the below picture.
Recently, Elle opened up about being a California girl at heart in V magazine’s latest issue.
“I was born in Georgia. My sister [Dakota Fanning] started first, so she went out with my mom to test it out. Me and my dad stayed behind. Then my sister got all this stuff and was doing movies and we were like, I guess we have to move to L.A. We just stayed. That’s my home. I mean, I was so young. I’m a California girl,” she explained.
Elle Fanning heads to a private fitness studio for a weekend workout in Los Angeles on Saturday (July 9).
The 18-year-old actress recently spoke with Independent about her new film Neon Demon, citing it as one of her favorites.
“This is one of my favourite films that I’ve ever done,” she shared. “It’s just so different and, I think, very relatable in a funny way. Relatable to me being the age I am, and being a girl; that obsession with beauty, it’s a very intense thing.”
Elle added, “There’s a fantasy world in it. Jesse’s kind of like Dorothy who comes to Oz and is seeing all these things happen, but Nic let me incorporate a lot of things that are true to me as well. Lots of things were from personal experiences; but then also, like, very exaggerated. I’ve never had Keanu Reeves shove a knife in my throat in real life [laughs].”
“Some of it’s true but it’s an exaggerated truth,” Elle recently explained to Evening Standard about her latest film, Neon Demon. “There’s dark in everything but especially in the modelling world where it is all about people judging you by your appearance.”
She adds, “There is definitely a truth to it, when people are saying no to you just because of the way you look, or your body type. That is very harsh.”
Earlier in the night, Elle made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where she played a fun game of Catchphrase. Watch below!
Also pictured below: Elle and Abbey stopped by Amazon’s Style Code Live and AOL Build Series that day.
Elle Fanning Plays Catchphrase on Tonight Show 6/22/16
FYI: Elle is wearing a Gucci gown and Christian Louboutin shoes at the premiere. She is wearing a Rochas dress for the daytime press. She is wearing an Alexander McQueen bustier, trousers, and belt on the Tonight Show. Abbey is wearing a Julien MacDonald dress, Loeffler Randall shoes, and John Hardy jewelry at the premiere. She is wearing Kurt Geiger London shoes and John Hardy jewelry for the daytime press.
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Elle Fanning looks incredibly chic while on the cover of V Magazine‘s pre-fall issue, on newsstands July 14.
The 19-year-old actress opened up about moving to LA with her older sister Dakota, what she learned from her co-stars and how social media is impacting beauty. Check it:
On who the Neon Demon truly is: “We realized, as we were filming, who the Neon Demon was. I thought it was L.A. or the models, but actually it’s kind of…me. But it’s also beauty. Beauty can be your demise. And this is so prevalent now because of social media and apps that make you look a certain way. People really care about the way they look—all the time.”
On following in her sister Dakota‘s footsteps: “I was born in Georgia. My sister [Dakota Fanning] started ?rst, so she went out with my mom to test it out. Me and my dad stayed behind. Then my sister got all this stu? and was doing movies and we were like, I guess we have to move to L.A. We just stayed. That’s my home. I mean, I was so young. I’m a California girl.”
On learning from her co-star Abbey Lee Kershaw: “In a weird way I kind of idolized [Abbey Lee] when I was young because I loved fashion. She had to teach me how to do the walk for the casting scene. I thought she was just walking, and she was like, ‘No, there’re rules to it. You can’t move your arms. Lean back. Make your legs look longer.’ It’s so intense.”