Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Tracee Ellis Ross on the February 2018 Cover of Glamour Magazine


Tracee Ellis Ross continuing to make a name for herself in Hollywood & fashion. The actress can be seen on the February 2018 cover of Glamour magazine. On the cover which was shot by Patrick Demarchelier, she is rocking a color block knit dress with LOUIS VUITTON SPRING 2018 sneakers. In the issue, she talks her mom Diana Ross, loving yourself, her Black-ish character 'Bow' and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview and to see her fashion spread. For more on her feature, visit Glamour.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 


Marc Jacobs Spring 2018


On her Golden Globe win & 2018 Image award nom:
There’s the personal gratification: I have dreamt of moments like these since I was a little girl, accepting my Oscar in the mirror. So it’s a dream come true. Oh my God, I made it. Pinch me. But what has been way more impactful for me is the larger meaning…. When another woman or another woman of color has a win, I feel like it’s my win. I feel like it’s a ceiling breaking open. And so the nominations, even the win, really feels like it’s not mine. It’s like something becomes more possible.

On Black-ish & her character Bow:
It is, and Black-ish is told through [Bow’s husband] Dre’s eyes, so it is very traditional in that sense. But I am not wife wallpaper in his world. The tendency, in the old paradigm of how you look at a sitcom wife, is to say, 'Isn’t it incredible that she’s also a doctor?' And it’s like, No, what’s incredible about her is that she’s a doctor, wife, mother, person—at any given point she can be any of those things. She’s very fully-formed.

On seeing her mom Diana Ross win the Lifetime Achievement award at the AMA's:
The Diana Ross we all know kind of doesn’t hold a candle to the mom that I have, in her extraordinary ability to love. What was most impactful about that moment to me was that my mother was receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award for her career, and the most important thing to my mom was to have her entire family onstage with her. My mom had my nieces and ­nephews—her grandchildren—dancing around her. Whenever we go see her show, that’s what happens. That’s the way I grew up, dancing onstage while my mom was singing. Just like walking on the stage and tapping her on the butt, and like, “Mom, Mom.” My mom holds her family and a career and nourishes both things.

On where she sees her life going:
I have to take some time to dream some new dreams. I feel like there’s a treasure hunt in front of me. A treasure hunt that is speckled with and seeded by a deep-rooted wild freedom. 






Marc Jacobs Spring 2018 and Louis Vuitton Spring 2018 sneakers


Credit: Glamour magazine
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