Friday, March 9, 2018

Camila Cabello, Elle Fanning & Aja Naomi King on the April 2018 Cover of Glamour Magazine

Camila Cabello, Elle Fanning and Aja Naomi King takes the April 2018 cover of Glamour magazine. On the cover which was shot by Simon Robins, it showcases the beauty looks of three women of different backgrounds & tones. I like this cover as it is continuing the conversation as to why we need to see more diversity everywhere. You can continue below to read an excerpt from Aja, Camila and Elle's interview. For more on their feature, visit and pick up a copy on newsstand. 

Tripp NYC by Daang Goodman shirt, $27. Hanro bra, $98. Balmain skirt.

Aja on beauty diversity:
When you’re growing up in [minority] communities, you begin to question whether you are beautiful. And when you see an image of yourself being reflected from a magazine or a commercial or show, and that person is being touted as beautiful, then you get to look at yourself and think, Oh, that means me too.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi dress.

Camila on her album and #1 single 'Havana':
It’s super cool that 'Havana' is doing this thing in the U.S. and all over the world while there’s an anti-immigrant sentiment going on. It’s my form of sneaky rebellion. That song is based off being an immigrant: 'My heart is in Havana, take me back to my Havana.' So many people are singing to [my lyrics], and it just breaks down barriers, whether people know or it not.

Rodarte Spring 2018

Elle on working with female directors:
Reed is one of my favorite people in the world. I felt so safe having her behind the lens. As women, there’s just a camaraderie, an understanding of each other. And shooting with Sofia when I was so young—it was very special to get to see a big movie set run by a woman, to see what’s possible, the respect. I would love to direct one day too. Women have so many stories to tell. Why ­haven’t we been able to for so long? We’re just starting.


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