Karlie Kloss looks chic in a denim look on the cover of Lucky magazine’s October 2014 issue.
On social media: “Growing up, I never spent much time online. It wasn’t the way I was wired. But I’ve become much more savvy—and not just me, but the whole world.”
On her in-flight essentials: “I love a flight where there’s no Wi-Fi, no distractions. My ability to sleep on airplanes is my proudest skill, I always bring an eye mask and an extra pair of socks in my purse, and I put them on before we take off. I get a window seat, and I take my six-plus feet of limbs and curl up into a ball.”
On her famous cookies: “The night before photo shoots, I wasn’t going out to dinner or partying, so to pass the time, I’d make cookies with my red KitchenAid mixer It was my therapeutic evening routine. I was convinced that the only reason I kept getting booked for jobs was because I brought fresh-baked cookies with me.”
For more from Karlie, visit LuckyMag.com.
Colton Haynes is quite possibly the hottest crier ever in this brand new fashion feature for the latest issue of VMan magazine.
The 26-year-old Arrow star was styled by Nicola Formichetti and photographed by Steve Klein in the spread that features him donned in Diesel’s best “bad boy leathers of the season.”
Colton tweeted, “Gettin wild in the new issue of @vman . By the dream team @formichetti @skstudly @diesel”
In case you missed the news, Colton is the new face of the brand for their Fall/Winter 2014 campaign. Check out the rest of the photos below!
For more on Colton, visit VMan.com.
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Cara Delevingne looks picture perfect on the cover of the October 2014 New Royals issue of W magazine.
Here’s what the 22-year-old model had to share with the mag:
On being nude in public: “As a child, I loved being naked. My parents would have to force me to be dressed because otherwise I’d take my clothes off and run around the supermarket. Nudity was liberation to me. Freedom. My entire family is pretty nudist-y. We went to nude beaches a lot. I always wondered why the men on nude beaches had the smallest penises.”
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Ariana Grande graces the October 2014 cover of Marie Claire magazine, on newsstands September 23!
The 21-year-old actress/singer opened up to the glossy about her early music, playing Cat on Victorious, and more. Check it:
On early ambitions: “I was 14 years old and ready to make an R&B album. I was like, ‘Where is that Mary J. Blige collab? Where is that Natasha Bedingfield writing session? Where is my session with India.Arie? I’m ready. Let’s go.’ I wrote this song called ‘Higher,’ and the lyrics were too sexual, too mature. And my mom was like, ‘This is a great song, but damn, you’re too young for this.’”
On hiding behind her Nickelodeon character: “People liked her and they accepted her and they thought that I was like her. So I used to pretend to be a little more like her than I actually was.”
On her first single “Put Your Hearts Up” not doing well: “I was like, ‘Guys, there has to be a really distinct difference between me and my character.’ And we did that with ‘The Way.’ I dyed my hair back to brown. I made out with a rapper in the video. I made the point I wanted to make. And I was excited to do so after so many years of pretending to be somebody else in front of a lot of people.”
For more on Ariana, visit MarieClaire.com.
Juno Temple lets her curls go free on the inaugural cover of Heroine magazine.
Interviewed by her Horns co-star Daniel Radcliffe, the 25-year-old actress chatted about her role in Maleficent, young Hollywood, and her accent skill. Check it:
On playing with accents: “That’s my favourite actually [Southern accent], but Boston was hard. Johnny Depp playing Whitey Bulger was just one of the most amazing transitions I’ve ever seen. He had these crazy contact lenses in his eyes that almost reminded me of lizards so when you were acting with him you were genuinely quite freighted, but he was lovely, so encouraging. And then Scott is just the perfect circus ring leader, he was so excited and so passionate about what he was doing.”
On young Hollywood: “I think things happen for a reason, you’re not going to get every role. Like you say, there are some truly extraordinary young women actresses right now like Jennifer Lawrence, Mia Wasikowska, Elizabeth Olsen… You watch them and you forget sometimes that you’re even watching them. They are so young but know the craft in such an old way, and I love that so much. So if the job doesn’t go your way you’re just as excited to see the film anyway. Also, I’m still at a stage where sometimes I look eighteen, some days people tell me I look fourteen which is a bit of a shock… and then sometimes I look twenty five.”
On shooting Maleficent: “Yeah, I mean shooting Maleficent was like that because so much of it was CGI, so I spent most of my time in a giant white room wearing a wetsuit with ping pong balls all over it. I had all these ink dots all over my face and I was filming with a ten foot tall version of Angelina Jolie’s face. I did think, ‘This is a bit mad.’”
Lily Collins lets her new bob hairstyle take center stage on the October 2014 issue of Marie Claire UK.
The 25-year-old actress opened up to the glossy about Gossip Girl, her last name and more. Check it:
On losing out on a Gossip Girl role: “I tested for Gossip Girl. I wanted to be in it so badly, I thought at the time it was the end of the world. Now I think, ‘Well I would have got pigeon-holed, have had to move to New York, leave high school and be signed away for six years. I wouldn’t have done the films I’ve done, and everything would have been so different.”
On peers Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence: “It’s definitely not normal. There are preconceived ideas about them and the media wants to prove them wrong or find fault in them. They feel that, because they’ve known them since they were young, there is an ownership of their personal life. Jennifer and Kristen have done such a great job of navigating that; they’re witty, strong, funny, cool, young women. It’s really just nice to see that it’s possible to go through something like that and still be genuinely awesome people.”
On not using her last name: “When I first met with agents I was asked, ‘Well, what makes you so special? Everybody in LA is a cousin or a daughter of someone.’ At the beginning, that was the most interesting thing about me. Now I’ve done eight films, it’s an afterthought. I get kids who say, ‘Oh, I love your movie, but my mum loves your dad.’ It’s really nice to be able to share that with him, but it doesn’t define who I am career-wise.”
Lily is also pictured below running a few errands in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon (September 9)
Demi Lovato looks like a fierce warrior on the cover of the latest issue of Fault magazine!
The 22-year-old entertainer, styled by Avo Yermagyan, opened up to the glossy about her album, charity work, and what it’s like being a role model. Check it:
On the sound of her record: “Everything that happened on the album happened organically. Nothing was really planned in terms of “I want a dance song” or anything like that- it just kind of happened! It’s exciting to show people a different side of myself.”
On her charity projects: “Well these projects were really born out of my relationship with my fans, where they are able to look up to me no matter what they’re going through. I really like being there for them in that way. I pride myself in being a role model but I’m not perfect- I curse like a sailor and I sometimes make mistakes but at the same time I want to be what I know my little sister and that younger generation needs.”
On being a role model: “I use to get frustrated that just because I wanted to sing, I was automatically expected to be a role model. But I had to grow up and realise that no matter what I do I’m going to be somebody’s role model. It’s true what they say- “with great power comes great responsibility”- and everybody’s career is different but for me, I had to grow up and embrace it rather than resent it, as that only made me resent my career.”
For more on Demi, visit Fault-Magazine.com.