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Rowan Blanchard & Tommy Dorfman Support a Good Cause at NYFW

Rowan Blanchard & Tommy Dorfman Support a Good Cause at NYFW

Rowan Blanchard and Tommy Dorfman attend Tiffany & Co.‘s celebration of its 2018 Save the Wild Collection on Saturday (September 8) in New York City.

The event supported the #KnotOnMyPlanet campaign benefiting the Elephant Crisis Fund and Wildlife Conservation Network. The collection in its entirety donates 100% of profits to the respective funds supporting the conservation of each species.

Some of the other stars at the event included Bria Vinaite, Sami Miro, Kelsey Absille, Jordan Barrett, and others.

FYI: All of the women are wearing Tiffany & Co. jewelry. Rowan is wearing a Victoria, Victoria Beckham blazer and pants. Tommy is wearing a Tiffany & Co. necklace, bracelets, and rings.

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Dove Cameron, Rowan Blanchard, & Annalise Basso Sit Front Row at Adeam's NYFW Show

Dove Cameron, Rowan Blanchard, & Annalise Basso Sit Front Row at Adeam's NYFW Show

Dove Cameron, Annalise Basso, and Rowan Blanchard snag front-row seats at the Adeam fashion show!

The Descendants star, the Slender Man actress, and the Girl Meets World star attended the event held during New York Fashion Week on Saturday (September 8) in New York City.

They all kept it classic in black and white looks – Dove in a long-sleeve black top with white pants, Annalise in a layered white dress, and Rowan in a short-sleeve black top with striped pants.

Annalise and Rowan – who shared a super sweet hug – added a fun pop of color to their outfits with their pink shoes, and Dove followed suit with her bright pink lipstick.

They were joined by Fifty Shades Darker‘s Bella Heathcote.

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Rowan Blanchard & AJ Michalka Show Off Their Denim at J Brand's New Collection Launch

Rowan Blanchard & AJ Michalka Show Off Their Denim at J Brand's New Collection Launch

Rowan Blanchard and AJ Michalka team up at the launch of J Brand‘s Fall 2018 collection!

The Wrinkle in Time star and the Aly & AJ singer put their styles on display at the intimate concert event held at Zebulon this week in Los Angeles.

They were joined by HAIM, Elsa Hosk, Ireland Baldwin, Luka Sabbat, Gillian Jacobs, Lottie Moss, Stephanie Shepherd, Langley Fox, and Hayley Law.

The event, which supported Planned Parenthood, featured performances from Charlotte Lawrence, Rainsford, and Twin Shadow.

FYI: Rowan is wearing Swarovski.

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Rowan Blanchard Shares Her Number 1 Beauty Tip

Rowan Blanchard Shares Her Number 1 Beauty Tip

Rowan Blanchard always looks amazing and is giving a little insight into how she keeps her skin looking flawless!

The 16-year-old actress recently signed on as a brand ambassador for Bliss and shared that she loves doing face masks.

“I feel like skincare is my time,” she told Teen Vogue. “That time to relax, lean into routine, and do something that’s really healthy for your skin… I have been trying to do multiple masks a week—trying to get that good skin glow! So, I’ve been using the Mighty Marshmallow one, too as well as an exfoliator.”

As for her top beauty tip – don’t pick at your face!

“Don’t pick at your skin! Because I do that… and then I get acne scars,” Rowan added. “My problem is that I like to pick blackheads. Don’t do it.”

Rowan Blanchard Explains Why She Doesn't Want to be Called An 'Activist' Right Now

Rowan Blanchard Explains Why She Doesn't Want to be Called An 'Activist' Right Now

Rowan Blanchard is often referred to as an activist, however, she’s doesn’t want to be anymore.

The 16-year-old actor opened up about why on her Instagram account after discussing the term in her new cover story with L’Officiel magazine.

“I have been feeling uh dysphoric about the term activist and it’s accessibility and appropriation,” she starts out. “It maybe feels more reductive than progressive.”

Rowan continues that she feels the term “is maybe more of a dead end when its used as a marker of celebrity tokenism and forced upon marginalized identities so that they can do more work than the rest of us.”

“Maybe don’t call me an activist right now, even though I have used that word as applicable to myself before, language changes, and maybe its not my word right now,” she shares. “Thanks for listening.”

In her feature, Rowan discussed why the term was irritating to her at this moment in time.

“I guess what’s irritating about the context of the word ‘activist’ is that so many of my friends whose identities are more fragile and more destructed by this [Trump’s] administration are forced to have the word activist attached to them just because they’re trying to survive and be who they are,” she said.

“They might be trans because that’s who they are, but if they speak about that they’re automatically a trans activist and so on. That’s what makes me feel weird about the term—who gets to decide to be an activist, and who just has to be one because they’re forced to fight?”