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Teen Vogue Magazine February 2014

Teen Vogue Magazine February 2014

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  • 1. dreamy dresses for Valentines Day WAYSTOBRIGHTEN YOURLOOK style fresh spring FEB #nofilter 6TIPSFOR PERFECTSKIN ARIANA GRANDEon boys, bullies & her breakout year LIGHTEN UP! the hot new hair color that works on everyone we MEET ARIANA! enter for a chance, p. 22 ROCKY dreamy dresses for Valentines Day 263WAYSTOBRIGHTEN YOURLOOK spring EXCLUSIVE! style fresh sprin HANGIN g HANGIN WITH ’’ WITH RIHRIHAANNNNAA IN BARIN BARBBADOS ’ ADOS ’
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  • 8. 14Masthead 20@teenvogue Cast your ballot! 22Cover look Get the scoop on our cover shoot with Ariana Grande. 24Letter from the editor Wired! 26Contributors Meet Michelle Cameron, A$AP Rocky, Aura Friedman, and Christian MacDonald. 28Trending Your feedback on our November 2013 issue. 32Fashion at work: Clare Brown Meneely Gettoknowthemanager ofsocialmediaanddigitalcommu- nicationsforMaybellineNewYork. 34My world: Jane Aldridge The Sea of Shoesstylebloggertalks valentine traditions,springmust- haves, and more. february 2014 continued 12➤ 6 FEBRUARY 2014 TEENVOGUE.COM CHRISTIANMACDONALD FASHION p. 116 blonde 3.0 people watching 37Skirt supreme Demure, ladylike skirts get an ultramodern update. 38French toast Guests clad in Chloé attend an L.A. soiree celebrating the label’s spring collection. 40Girl of the moment: Alia Penner This fearless artist makes her colorful, multidimensional mark. 42Lucky strike Digital fashionistas at TeenVogue’s AG Jeans Blogger Bowl share their social media tips. teen vogue view 47Hot stuff February fashion news. 50Taylor made Kick the winter blues in cheery Keds from Taylor Swift’s latest collection. 52The edit: Sheena Smith Learn what our accessories director is crushing on for Valentine’s Day. people are talking about 71Boy wonder Say hello to Gattlin Griffith, who landed a coveted role in Jason Reitman’s Labor Day.
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  • 14. SEBASTIANKIM.Details,seeInThisIssue. 12 FEBRUARY 2014 TEENVOGUE.COM . BEAUTY&HEALTH february 2014 continued 6➤ 72#thenewgirls Filmsandtunes from a fresh batch of leading ladies. 74Dana’s diaries: Austin’s power Teen Vogue’s Dana Mathews kicks it with Austin Mahone in Miami for the exclusive on his debut album. beauty & health 79VIP status Bookbeautyappoint- mentswithHannahBronfman’s newapp,getperfectskin,andmore. 82Caribbean queen TeenVogue’s ElaineWelterothmeetsRihanna inBarbadostotalkabouthernew roleasthefaceofM.A.C.VivaGlam. 85Crimson crush Be my valentine! Ten ways to sport red this winter. fashion & features 86East Enders Suki Waterhouse and Max Cocking reimagine plush sixties style in London. p. 94 the voice 94The voice ArianaGrandehasblownup asthegirlwiththepowerhousepipes. Theactress,singer,andsongwritergets honestabouthercrazy,charmedlife. 100Creep show That provocative pic can quickly go from your phone to a pedophile porn site. Teen Vogue reports on yet another reason to think before you sext. 104A$AP nation Rapper,fashion aficionado,andultimatecoolguy A$AP RockygivesAnthonyRotunno alookintohisstylishworld. 110Good food gone bad Wait—eating “healthy” can be bad for you? 112My funny valentine Kiss and tell! We’re head over heels for these sweetheart-inspired finds. 116Blonde 3.0 Meet five models who took their look to the next level with the season’s It hair color. 122In this issue last look 124Snapshot: Madison Love Take a peek inside this rising songstress’s totally tricked-out dorm room.
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  • 16. For subscription inquiries, please write to TEEN VOGUE, P.O. Box 37730, Boone, IA 50037-0730, or, visit, or call (800) 274-0084. For reprints, please e-mail or call (717) 505-9701, ext. 101. For reuse permissions, please e-mail or call (800) 897-8666. Address all correspondence to TEEN VOGUE, 4 Times Square, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10036, or call (212) 286-2860. Editor in Chief AMY ASTLEY Creative Director Marie Suter Fashion Director Gloria Baume Managing Editor Leigh Ann Boutwell Senior Fashion News Director Jane Keltner de Valle FASHION Bookings Director Lara Bonomo Accessories Director Sheena Smith Senior Fashion Market Editor/Special Projects Editor Mary Kate Steinmiller Senior Associate Accessories Editor Gisella Lemos Assistant Fashion Market Editor Sarah E. Pillai Accessories Market Assistant Samantha Greenspan Fashion Assistant Sarah Brody Accessories Assistant Kirby Marzec FASHION FEATURES Assistant Fashion News Editor Victoria Lewis Fashion News Assistant Media Brecher BEAUTY AND HEALTH Beauty and Health Director Elaine Welteroth Assistant Beauty Editor Phillip Picardi FEATURES Style Features Director Andrew Bevan Senior Entertainment Editor Dana Mathews Features Editor Jessica Pels Editorial Assistant Liana Weston ART Art Director Sarah Waiser Designer Erin Hover Art Assistant Hannah Chung PHOTO Photo Director Rhianna Rule Associate Photo Editor Jacqueline Ladner Assistant Photo Editor Mary Fletcher PRODUCTION Production Director Nicole Stuart Research Chief Marni Okun Copy Chief Joanna Citrinbaum Assistant to the Editor in Chief Alexandra Thurmond Assistant to the Managing Editor Avery Spofford TEENVOGUE.COM Editorial Director Naomi Nevitt Social Media Manager Drew Elovitz Associate Editor, Features Casey Lewis Associate Editor, Fashion Features Julia Rubin Associate Producer Joshua Bartky Assistant Editor, Beauty Eden Univer Editorial Assistants Marianne Dabir, Claire Knebl Senior Public Relations Director Erin Kaplan West Coast Editor Lisa Love Paris Editor Fiona DaRin CONTRIBUTORS Lawren Howell, Havana Laffitte, Camila Lopez de Carrizosa, Nancy Rohde, Bee Shaffer Artistic Director ANNA WINTOUR
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  • 20. Associate Publisher Advertising Director Senior Executive Director, Brand Development Senior Director, Finance and Business Operations Executive Director, Creative Services Executive Development Director, Beauty Executive Development Director, Fashion and Retail Executive Director, Beauty Account Director Fashion Account Director Associate Business Director Associate Business Manager, Executive Assistant to the Vice President and Publisher Creative Director, Advertising Director, Retail and Consumer Insights Associate Beauty Merchandising Director Associate Retail Merchandising Director Senior Manager, Digital and Community Development Senior Marketing Manager Fashion Merchandising Manager Merchandising Manager Designer Special Events Manager Associate Brand Development Manager Promotion Assistant Chairman Chief Executive Officer President Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer President, Condé Nast Media Group and Chief Revenue Officer Chief Administrative Officer Chief Technology Officer EVP, Chief Integration Officer Drew Schutte Managing Director, Real Estate Robert Bennis SVP, Market Research Scott McDonald SVP, Business Development Julie Michalowski SVP, Human Resources JoAnn Murray VP, Corporate Communications Patricia Röckenwagner VP-CN, Licensing John Kulhawik VP, Strategic Sourcing Tony Turner VP, Digital Platforms Hal Danziger VP, Human Resources Paul E. Wolfe VP, Special Projects Patty Newburger VP, Corporate Communications Joseph Libonati VP, Corporate Partnerships Josh Stinchcomb VP, Marketing Solutions Padraig Connolly Executive Vice President Vice President, Consumer Marketing Vice President, Planning and Operations Vice President, Consumer Marketing Promotion Vice President, Marketing Analytic President EVP, Chief Operating Officer Sahar Elhabashi EVP, Programming and Content Strategy, Digital Channels Michael Klein SVP, Business Development and Strategy Whitney Howard VP, Technology Marvin Li VP, Marketing Mei Lee Toria Garrett Ezra Sean Alvarez Stacy Greco Mark Okean Lindsay Leaf Andres Gutierrez Jee Ahn Judy Sage Jennifer Jacques Siegert Tova Heiney Jill Carey Brooke Delott Amirah Heath Gillian Avertick Catherine Makk Angelique Reed Cieja Springer Colleen O’Connor Lauren Ruddy Sheena Meekins Melissa Bizzak Kiera Lewis Kelly Mytrowitz Melanie Rivera Baileigh Johnson S.I. NEWHOUSE, JR. CHARLES H. TOWNSEND ROBERT A. SAUERBERG, JR. John W. Bellando Louis Cona Jill Bright Joe Simon SVP, Operations and Strategic Sourcing David Orlin SVP, Corporate Controller David B. Chemidlin SVP, Finance Jennifer Graham SVP, Editorial Operations Rick Levine SVP, Digital Technology Nick Rockwell SVP, Editorial Assets and Rights Edward Klaris VP, Manufacturing Gena Kelly VP, Planning and Strategy Shen-Hsin Hung VP, Digital Product Development Chris Jones VP, Human Resources Nicole Zussman VP, Digital Operations & Monetization Christopher Guenther VP, Insights and Brand Strategy Daniella Wells VP, Finance Judy Safir Monica Ray Gary Foodim Matthew Hoffmeyer Gina Simmons Christopher Reynolds Dawn Ostroff EVP, Motion Pictures Jeremy Steckler EVP, Chief Digital Officer Fred Santarpia VP, Digital Video Operations Larry Baach VP, Revenue Operations Jason Baird VP, Production Jed Weintrob VP, Scripted TV Gina Marcheschi VP, Branded Content & Sales Marketing Anissa E. Frey JASON WAGENHEIM Vice President and Publisher ADVERTISING SALES ASSISTANTS MARKETING AND PROMOTION BRANCH OFFICES Published by Condé Nast Condé Nast Media Group Condé Nast Consumer Marketing Condé Nast Entertainment Published at 4 Times Square, New York, NY 10036 Northwest Director Monica Fitzsimmons (415) 955-8291; Midwest Director Lauer Bâby (312) 649-3503; Los Angeles Director Lizet Alvarez (323) 965-3744; Southwest Manager Milligan Media, LLC (214) 368-2001 Alessandro and Rinaldo Modenese Managers, Italy Via M. Malpighi 4, 20129 Milan; tel.: 39-02-2951-3521; fax: 39-02-204-9209 Jessica Heinmiller, Sue Warda, Natalie Mahdavi, Ashley Shaffer
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  • 22. Share your photo on Instagram @teenvogue #tvinstawards. BOOGEORGE;PAULMAFFI;SplashNews;SEBASTIANKIM;PETERKRAMER/NBC/ NBCNewsWire/GettyImages;GUYLOWNDES;TheCoveteur/;PEGGYSIROTA. 20 FEBRUARY 2014 @teenvogue 1 @austinmahone @justinbieber @mileycyrus @niallhoran @cmoretz @cocorocha @justinbieber @zendayamaree @caradelevingne @justinbieber @mileycyrus @nickjonas @kendalljenner @laurenconrad @lenadunham @taylorswift @chungalexa @manrepeller @victoriajustice @zendayamaree @badgalriri @cocorocha @katyperry @teddysphotos @champagnepapi @cocorocha @kyliejenner @therealsarahhyland @bellathorne @ddlovato @karliekloss @laurenconrad @cherlloyd @emmaroberts6 @harrystyles @ritaora @arianagrande @badgalriri @beyonce @justinbieber We’ve nominated the best Instagrammers on the planet for our inaugural Instawards. See who made our list, then vote and share your ballot with us.We’ll start revealing the winners on January 1! INTRODUCING THE TEEN VOGUE INSTAWARDS! Fill out this ballot. BEST SELFIES BEST #OOTDs BEST SHOES BEST USE OF VIDEO BEST BACKSTAGE FAN FAVORITE FUNNIEST BEST #TBTs CUTEST PET PICS BEST BEAUTY VOTE! SNAP! UPLOAD! 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Show us who you’re rooting for! Take a photo of the page. Clockwisefromtopright:
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  • 24. 22 FEBRUARY 2014 CoverLook Get the inside scoop on Teen Vogue’s cover shoot with Ariana Grande. hile it may look as if we took a trip to a dusty desert for Ariana Grande’s very first Teen Vogue cover, we were actually 40 minutes outside Hollywood at the famed Veluzat Motion Picture Ranch in Santa Clarita, California. A location for hundreds of films, TV shows, and music videos, the set—decked out by the Teen Vogue team with silver palm trees and neon-painted tires—was the perfect backdrop for Ariana’s chic- meets-Southwest shoot. The special “prop” that completed the fantasy? A veiled chameleon named Camo, whose species is native to Yemen and Saudi Arabia. Ariana was completely fearless about posing with Camo for photographer Sebastian Kim and seemed to love every minute. “I am thrilled to be on the cover of Teen Vogue because I grew up reading it,” the songstress said. “I was extra excited when I heard it was the February cover because I knew I was POLKA-DOT PRINCESS On the cover: Ariana wears an Emporio Armani dress. Juicy Couture necklace. On right wrist: Eddie Borgo bracelets, $290 y each. Above: Sportmax sweater. Peter Pilotto skirt. Carven dress. Jimmy Choo shoes. Details, see In This Issue. PHOTOGRAPHER: SEBASTIAN KIM. FASHION EDIFF TOR: MICHELLE CAMERON.CC w MEET ARIANA! ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A TRIP TO MEET ARIANA ON TOUR AT TEENVOGUE.COM! SEE PAGE 122 FOR DETAILS. WIN
  • 25. going to wear a lot of pink—for Valentine’s Day!” As the sun started to set, the light was perfect and so was the mood: Ariana smiled as she sang along to her favorite tunes (see her playlist, at right) in her signature high notes. Nothing stops a beauty and her beat. Like most celebrities, Ariana has her signature look down pat. But for Teen Vogue, the singer was game to do some beauty experimentation. Hair whiz Teddy Charles transformed Ariana’s princess curls into a kittenish sixties style inspired by Brigitte Bardot. “There was a lot of back- combing!” Teddy says of the voluminous look. But the real fun began in the makeup tent, where Madonna’s greatest hits played full blast. Perhaps it was the Material Girl who inspired beauty pro Tyron Machhausen to reach for an audacious pink lip color. “Ariana was skeptical at first,” he admits, “so I let her put it on herself. She liked it instantly!” To complement her bold lip, Tyron kept the rest of her makeup clean, skipping liner altogether in place of a few generous coats of mascara on her top and bottom lashes. Lastly, stylist Michelle Cameron rushed in with a hair bow, tying the girly look together. Says Teddy: “That was the finishing touch—and Ariana adored it.” In the end, the star was beautiful enough to woo her on-set crush. “She fell in love with Camo. She kept calling him her boyfriend!” Tyron says. Lucky guy! 1.“La Isla Bonita” by Madonna 2.“Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus 3.“Don’t Touch My Tomatoes” by Josephine Baker 4.“Give It 2 U” by Robin Thicke ft. Kendrick Lamar 5.“Dance (A ) Remix” by Big Sean ft. Nicki Minaj ARIANA’S PLAYLIST Pop star and Instagram star? Yes! Ariana, who at press time was one of the top five most-followed people on Instagram, will be guest-posting on Teen Vogue’s account (@teenvogue) for one day in January. Check for more details. ARIANAGRANDE GET HER LOOK CoverGirl Bombshell Volume by LashBlast Mascara, $12, and y LipPerfection Lipcolor in Siren, $7. Target. p ARIANA’S TEEN VOGUE TAKEOVER Ariana Grande @ArianaGrande Had such a fun shoot with @TeenVogue today. Can’t wait for y’all to see the pics. Thank you, guys, for having me. Getting a hand from one of her besties, Jones Crow Performing at the American Music Awards, where she won New Artist of the Year Clockwisefromtopleft:JONSHOER(3);KEVINMAZUR/AMA2013/WireImage/Getty Images;courtesyofCoverGirl;LUCASVISSER;courtesyofArianaGrande. Camo strikes a pose. @
  • 26. 24 FEBRUARY 2014 Letterfrom theEditor WIRED! SOCIAL MEDIA ISSUE A legendary makeup artist, with the emphasis on artist. Breathtaking! For a daily dose of ballet, I turn to the wildly talented American teenager Miko Fogarty. I love her whether she’s in a tutu or a flamenco dress! She has 62K fans and counting.... t Teen Vogue, we pride ourselves on our digital prowess. We have more than 5 million followers across our multiple social platforms—thanks, guys!—and a big fat Klout score, plus a thriving new YouTube channel. And you know we were among the first to toot the horn of many a blogger (Bryanboy, Style Rookie, Sea of Shoes, and Man Repeller, we’re looking at you). Even though Teen Vogue and its editors aree superactive 24/7 on each platform, every February we challenge ourselves to deliver an extra-special social experience. This issue is packed with interactive goodies to bring you deeper into our world: cover girl Ariana Grande’s Teen Vogue Instagram takeover; our new Instawards (please vote!); Insta- faves sidebars so you know who we’re following; Twitter chats galore; Insta-specific beauty tips to glam up all those new-year selfies; and so much more. Mainly there is a lot of fun to be found on the Internet—but in virtual life, as in real life, something menacing can lurk in the shadows. Please read our warning on sexting (“Creep Show”) and you will have yet another compelling reason to avoidr ever taking or sending, or even simply storing, compromising photos on your phone or computer. We love our Teen Vogue girls ande want to spare you from making a mistake that could haunt you online for a long, long time. a @PATMCGRATHREAL @MIKOFOGARTY“CREEP SHOW,” PAGE 100 FOLLOW AMY! @amytastley on Instagram and Twitter INSTAGRAM FAVES @patmcgrathreal @mikofogarty @thecoveteur @mistyonpointe @manrepeller @kellywearstler @badgalriri Clockwisefromtopleft:JASONKIBBLER;TESH/;courtesyofMikoFogarty;courtesyof ErinWakeland;JUERGENTELLER/courtesyofCéline;ROBKIM/GettyImages;JENNIFERLIVINGSTON. “A$AP NATION,” PAGE 104 I posted photographer Juergen Teller’s ad for Céline, above left, because I find the image charming and I am a big fan of model Daria Werbowy (@dotwillow). Double- charmed when reader @erin_wakeland responded with her lovely homage, above right. At Teen Vogue Fashion University @AM@ YTASTLEY @ERIN_WAKELAND READER INSTA-ART!
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  • 28. EDITOR: ALEXANDRA THURMOND Contributors michelle cameron Stylist Michelle Cameron definitely had her hands full for this issue. Not only did the Canada native style our Ariana Grande cover and story (“The Voice,” page 94), but she also worked her magic on hip- hop artist–cum–fashion icon A$AP Rocky (“A$AP Nation”). In other words, Michelle is not afraid to mix things up. “It was nice to create looks from a blend of brands and designers,” she says. “High, low, new, and old.” The fashion force got her start working at a photography agency in London and considers her big break to be assisting industry heavyweight Edward Enninful. She has since lent her sartorial talents to prominent glossies from W toW Vogue México, as well as the runways of New York Fashion Week. What does Michelle love most about her job? “It keeps you on your toes,” she says, “which is good for me because I’m just five foot one!” NobodyisgoingtosuspectthatI dbeinTeenVogue, con fessesstylishrenaissancerapperA$APRocky,starofour“A$AP Nation”feature.“Butthemagazineisinfluential—Istudieditto getfashionknowledgeandtofigureouthowtoadapttothe world.”Withanumberonedebutalbum,hisownA$APgear, andmodelgirlfriendChanelImanbyhisside,Rocky’sdone morethanadapt—he’sstoodout.(Nottomentionthatthe humble cool kid counts Raf Simons, Jeremy Scott, and Alexander Wang among his friends and idols. “Fashion brings us together,” he notes.) So what keeps him on top? “I just want to have longevity and leave behind a legacy,” he says. “But I’ve always got a good trick up my sleeve.” @PHARRELL INSTAGRAM FAVES @pharrell @haimtheband @chaneliman @fkatwigs Fashion’s flyest power couple, Chanel Iman and A$AP Rocky @HAIMTHEBAND “A$AP NATION,” PAGE 104
  • 29. FEBRUARY 2014 27 When colorist Aura Friedman landed her first beauty gig at age 15, it wasn’t exactly by choice. “I was in high school and I needed a job, so I went door-to-door at my local strip mall until I got hired at a hair salon,” explains the Miami- and San Diego–bred pro. Her experience at the salon led to cosmetology school, where she had to make the choice: color or cut? “Cutting is more geometry and architecture, whereas color is like being a cook who doesn’t necessarily follow recipes,” she says. “That’s how I am with every- thing! I know the rules, but I like making my own mixes.” Now Aura is New York City’s coolest color master, revamping hair for the fashion set (her clients have included Sky Ferreira, Aline Weber, and Soo Joo Park) and transform- ing up-and-coming models into supers at Sally Hershberger Down- town salon. And with the Instagram hashtag #blondingbabes, she even convinced Teen Vogue beauty and health director Elaine Welteroth to go lighter, which inspired this month’s “Blonde 3.0” story. “At the end of the day, it’s not just about hair color,” Aura says. “It’s about creating a persona.” christian macdonald aura friedman For Los Angeles born photographer Christian MacDonald, the camera has always held a certain magnetism: When he was growing up, his mother worked as a photographer’s agent, and his first job was in a studio. “I did whatever odd task that might come up—I even pulled weeds in the parking lot,” he says of his initial foray into the industry. “I remember racing through all the remedial chores so I could tag along with the assistants, observe them, and go into the darkroom.” Clearly his legwork paid off. In “Blonde 3.0,” Christian turned his artful lens on five fair-haired fresh faces. “Teen Vogue is its own genre,” he says. “It runs the wholee spectrum, from lightness to sophistication. There are so many possibilities—it’s not unlike youth itself in that way!” Christian revels in the unpredict- ability of life behind the camera: “You never know where you are going to go, or who you are going to meet, or what the next assignment will be.” Exciting, indeed! Fromtop:WINNIEAU;courtesyofSallyHershberger;LUCASVISSER;CHRISTIANMACDONALD;nocredit.Oppositepage, clockwisefromtopleft:JONSHOER;JASONKIBBLER(2);courtesyofHaim;TAYLORJEWELL;courtesyofPharrellWilliams. “BLONDE 3.0,” PAGE 116 SECRET WEAPONS From top: Sally Hershberger Keratin RX, $24. Christophe Robin Shade Variation Care Baby Blond, $42.
  • 30. TEENVOGUE.COM Clockwisefromtopleft:GIAMPAOLOSGURA;JOSEPHSZABO;BOOGEORGE. 28 FEBRUARY 2014 ‘The S Word’ made my day—it is the best article Teen Vogue has published since I started reading this magazine. More, please! Daydree Vendette VIA THEMAGAZINEREVIEW.COM It’s great to see a young star like Demi Lovato using her celebrity to give hope to others through charity work. @urbannatures VIA TWITTER I really loved seeing “The S Word.”As a young feminist, I feel strongly about slut shaming and am very happy you included an article that will educate girls and make people think twice before using the term, even as a joke. Emma Gahart VIA E-MAIL I appreciate that Teen Vogue tackles controversiale topics such as slut shaming, but I think you left out an important part of the problem. Some girls try to fight slut shaming by dressing and behaving provocatively, but their misguided activism won’t contribute to equality. They’re trying to support a good cause and just don’t know how, and I think the article could have helped them. Anonymous VIA E-MAIL Thank you so much for bringing attention to the important issue of slut shaming. Too many girls simply accept society’s criticism of female sexuality rather than realize these attitudes shouldn’t be tolerated. Vickie Lin VIA E-MAIL I loved the Fashion at Work spotlight on Cristi Zuniga—I took every word she said to heart! Thank you for introducing me to a new role model, and keep the Fashion at Work columns coming. Katy Huff VIA E-MAIL YOUR FEEDBACK ON OUR NOVEMBER 2013 ISSUE Trending EDITOR: ALEXANDRA THURMOND Demi Lovato [‘Fierce Factor’] is a beautiful being. She truly is amazing and such an inspiration—love her! Luiza Mikayelyan VIA FACEBOOK I really enjoyed November’s ‘Amazing Grace’ piece. The antique silhouettes in sophisticated fabrics were juxtaposed perfectly with the wild Welsh countryside. Three cheers for a seamless, stylish story! Allie D. VIA E-MAIL “The S Word,” photograph by Joseph Szabo
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  • 33. WRITE, POST, TWEET, OR INSTAGRAM! @teenvogue Submissions should include the writer’s name, address, and daytime phone number and be sent by e-mail to or by mail to Trending, Teen Vogue magazine, 4 Times Square, New York, NY 10036. Submissions may also be placed by commenting one,, or, or by posting on Instagram @teenvogue. Submissions may be edited for length and clarity and may be published or used in any medium. All submissions become the property of Teen Vogue and will not be returned.e Check back next month, when editorial director Naomi Nevitt takes the hot seat! Elaine Welteroth BEAUTY AND HEALTH DIRECTOR ASK AN EDITOR All your questions, answered by us! @Maybelline: Whatareyourtop threemakeupmust-haves? Elaine Welteroth: IfIwere strandedonadesertedisland, I’dwantatop-notchconcealer, ava-va-voomymascara,and,of course,apopoflipcolor. @arianamireya: Wherewasyour first internship? EW: Ebonymagazine—itwasmybigy break!Asanintern,Ihelpedbuildthe beautydepartmentfromthegroundup. @essie: Areyoulovingpastelordarknails thisseason? EW: Dependsonthedayandmymood! RightnowI’mfeeling@essie’sicyBarba- dosBlueoramidnightnavylikeAfter SchoolBoyBlazer. @markgirl: What’sthemostunique beautytipyou’vepickedup? EW: @GeorgiaMJagger just taught me how to extend the life of an old, dried- up mascara: Put the tube in hot water. Genius! @eiffeltyler: Whatdoyoulovemost aboutyourjob? EW: Theabsolutebestpartofmyjobis interactingwithreadersviaBack-to- SchoolSaturday,FashionUniversity,and onsocialmedia! @madison_badgley: What is your go-to outfit? EW: Boyfriendjeans,ablazerlayeredover agraphictee,andmyCélinebootiesthatI scoredatthelast@Bergdorfsshoesale! @iliana_petrou: Whatbeautyproducts shouldeveryteenagegirlhave? EW: EveryteenshouldownaBBcream. Ilove@Maybelline’sDreamFreshBB. @dellingraham: Whatdoyourecom- mendtohaveclear,healthyskin? EW: Never,evergotobedwithout washingyourface!And@Clarisonicis greatfordeep-cleaningcloggedpores. @NicoleCoppins: Whatadvicewouldyou givetofutureTeenVogueemployees? EW: Hardwork,humility,andsheer passiontrumpall. #READERGRAM Emma Istvánffy BUDAPEST, HUNGARY Alana Fuscardo COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA Teen Vogue! It is so fresh and always features the latest g trends, and I love that the yy articles are honest and inspiring. @EMMAISTVANFFY I’ve been reading Teen Vogue since I was 13, g e and I’m still getting a g subscription seven years g g later. I love that it p y encourages female strength and g empowerment and g inspires me to take more p risks with my style! p ELAINE’S FAVES Essie Nail Color in After School Boy Blazer, $9. Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Colour powder, $58. p Hard work, humility, and sheer passion trump all SUBMIT A PIC We want to see you with your latest issue—Instagram @teenvogue #readergram and you could be featured here! @ALANAFUSCARDO Clockwisefromtopleft:LESLIEKIRCHHOFF;courtesyofAlanaFuscardo;courtesyofEmmaIstvánffy;courtesyofChanel;courtesyofEssie. @Ela ineWelt eroth I absolutely adore
  • 34. TEENVOGUE.COM32 FEBRUARY 2014 EDITOR: JANE KELTNER DE VALLE CLARE BROWN MENEELY AGEAA : 28 HOMETOWN: Richmond,Virginia JOB: “I’m the manager of social media and digital communications for Maybelline New York.” studied communications and theater at Christopher Newport University, which came in handy for my career—a social media job is a lot like theater, because you’re essentially building brand charac- ters! During grad school at Syracuse Uni- versity I got my first big break in the indus- try. One of the requirements for graduation was to intern, so I worked at an agency called Deep Focus, covering social media accounts for AMC’s Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and The Walking Dead. Starting there opened my eyes to the business. I landed my current job through [former Teen Vogue beauty and healthe director and current Lucky editor in chief]y Eva Chen. We have a shared love of social, and she introduced me to the then direc- tor of public relations at Maybelline New York. Now I manage the brand’s Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and Tumblr accounts. The first thing I do every day is check my e-mail and survey all social media platforms. I see what’s happen- ing and what people are saying, then do a massive amount of reading. If there’s a new must-have app, for example, I need to make sure I know about it, try it out, and see if I can apply it to Maybelline New York social. After this, I’ll reach out to influenc- ers and bloggers to get them talking about our latest products online—a big part of my day is relationship-building. GIRL ABOUT TOWN “I never want to feel like I’m stuck in the office. So anywhere I have Internet, I’ll go!” Clare says. She wears a BLK DNM coat. Sandro sweater, $320. Isabel Marant jeans. Kelly Wearstler necklace, $350. Nanette Lepore bag, $278. Gap oxfords, $60. Details, see In This Issue. PHOTOGRAPHED BY SHANITA SIMS. FashionEditor:GisellaLemos;hair,CynthiaAlvarezatEpiphanyArtistGroup,Inc.;makeup,JessicaSmallsatEpiphanyArtistGroup,Inc. FashionatWork i
  • 35. clare’s social media tips 1. Start a conversation. Before sharing, ask yourself, Why should you care? and Why should you share? Create content that is compelling to others. 2. Have a distinctive voice. Instead of posting “Check this out!” with a link, say something unique about what’s happening in the world. 3. Positivity rules. No one likes a sad social presence. Being nice and happy is key! I’m always at our events, doing live social media coverage, and keep- ing up on which items are performing best. I usually highlight those on Instagram, where I also like to give glimpses into our office culture. Then on Pinterest we have tons of boards with cool content, from photos of our models to images of New York City. A lot of what I do on Twitter is engaging with other people—responding in our fun voice, giving tips, letting them know where to buy products. To me, it’s important to maintain a two-way dialogue and to make sure it doesn’t feel like a robot is talking to you but rather a friend. My mantra is ‘Think before you tweet.’ You can’t lose sight of the brand and what it stands for. I proofread everything 30 times before I press the ‘tweet’ button! I like to get inspiration from the city, so I make it a priority to step outside the office to see what’s pulsing, to listen to conversations, and to talk to people about beauty. Our company is young and fun, and I like to be with people who are reflective of that lifestyle, so I often find myself around college campuses to feel the tone and pace. Anyone who wants a career in social media really has to live and breathe it. I never know what the next day will bring!” CLARE’S MUST-HAVES Delia Langan Jewelry bracelet, $54. Maybelline New YorkYY Baby Lips Electro lip balm in Strike a Rose, $4. y p Jimmy Choo flats. @KARLIEKLOSS GLAMOUR SHOT Raoul pullover, $375. L.L. Bean Signature shirt, $59. MF by Meghan Farrell necklace. INSTAGRAM FAVES @karliekloss @tibipr @sarahkjp @myleik @paperfashion When people tweet at me, I will respond. There’s a person behind this account who cares Clockwisefromleft:SHANITASIMS;courtesyofKarlieKloss;courtesyofDeliaLanganJewelry;courtesyofMaybellineNewYork;STEPHANIEDINKEL. @M aybell ine
  • 36. bookclub “Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon.e Recently I was very inspired by the Kenzo book—I collect vintage Kenzo.o I really like Hans Feurer’s campaign photography for the house.” BE MY VALENTINE “I get my mom and sister Equipment pajamas and Serge Lutens perfume. To receive? A sushi dinner!” ALDRIDGE JANE The Sea of Shoes style blogger talks Valentine’s Day traditions, Instagram guilty pleasures, and spring must-haves. MyWorld EDITOR: JANE KELTNER DE VALLEEDITOR: JANE KELTNER DE VALLE 34 FEBRUARY 2014 hollywood crushes “The first time I saw Roman Holiday, Iy thought Gregory Peck was the most beautiful man I’d ever laid eyes on. I still think that! Current crush is Bill Skarsgård from Hemlock Grove.” BILLSKARSGÅRD Clockwisefromtopleft:courtesyofJaneAldridge/SeaofShoes(2);STEPHANIEDINKEL; courtesyofEquipment;courtesyofSergeLutens;DAVIDSCHULZE/Netflix.Details,seeInThisIssue. puppy love “I have two Chihuahua mixes named Jimmy and Melanie. My mom has four Chihuahua rescues that are like an extended family.”
  • 37. see more. UNLOCK A SLIDE SHOW OF JANE’S FAVORITE LOOKS FROM HER BLOG WITH OUR INSIDER APP FOR IPHONE, OR VISIT TEENVOGUEINSIDER.COM ON YOUR MOBILE BROWSER. INSTAGRAM FAVES @margaret_zhang @dustincarrington @stone_fox_bride @steviegolightly @kachimo CHIC FLICK “Eyes of Laura Mars is a favorite movie of mine—I adore the ultraglamorous portrayal of the seventies fashion scene!” @DUSTINCARRINGTON @MARGARET_ZHANG Svilu sweatshirt, $450. Swedish Hasbeens sandals, $235. worldly beauty “I went to Seoul not too long ago and got addicted to Korean beauty products: lip colors by TonyMoly and collagen sheet masks by Etude House.” closet case “I live in gray sweatshirts from the thrift store. For spring I love trapeze dresses with Swedish Hasbeens shoes.” spindoctor “I’ve been really into a Lucio Dalla track called ‘Washington.’ And I’m a huge Tina Turner fan, so I’ve been sneaking in songs, like her cover of ‘Let’s Stay Together,’ when I DJ.” Clockwisefromtopleft:ColumbiaPictures/courtesyEverettCollection;courtesyof@margaret_zhang/;courtesyofDustinAalders; STEPHANIEDINKEL;courtesyofSwedishHasbeens;courtesyofNecco;JORGENANGEL/Redferns/GettyImages;courtesyofTonyMoly;ERICAMCCARTNEY. SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST “Being from Texas, I have a Tex-Mex addiction. I’m also a candy fiend—I love Necco wafers and black licorice.”
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  • 40. @n icoleric hie Nicole Richie palling around with Rosie Huntington- Whiteley @ RosieH W PeopleWatching Clad in Chloé, these L.A. fashionistas give their California cool a French twist at a soiree celebrating the label’s spring collection. Vashtie @vashtie Had an incroyable time hanging out with @chloefashion at their superchic private party! I look forward to now cuddling with my hotel bed! Vashtie spins hip-hop jams. Rachel Bilson takes in the fashion show. Los Angeles sister band Haim rocks out. Makeup artist Kali Kennedy and musiciany Soko Instagram ao pre-party pic. 38 FEBRUARY 2014 A Chloé spring 2014 look french toast Clockwisefromtopleft:DONATOSARDELLA/GettyImagesforVogue;CHARLEY GALLAY/GettyImagesforVogue;courtesyofSoko;DONATOSARDELLA/GettyImages forVogue;ALEKSKOCEV/;DONATOSARDELLA/GettyImagesforVogue. @ chloe @hai mtheb a nd
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  • 42. PeopleWatching lia Penner resides in California, but her mind is in Oz. “I can’t really imagine painting anything that isn’t colorful,” she says. “My brain doesn’t work that way. Gray? What is gray?” A painter, illustrator, designer, and photogra- pher, Alia combines surreal elements with motifs like stars, dots, and rainbows to create bold, bright works plucked straight from a dreamscape. Starry purple skies frame a blue mountain vista in the psychedelic backdrop she painted for Anna Sui’s spring 2014 runway show, and oversize eyeballs pedal unicycles in a commercial she helped develop for eyewear purveyor Warby Parker—only two of Alia’s many creatively chic collaborations. Most recently, Katy Perry commissioned her to customize a piano for her home. But, of course, this isn’t just any piano: It’s a seafoam-green Steinway inspired by Fabergé eggs and decoupaged with vintage-style roses, a classic confection befitting the pop princess. Aliaalsowears her art on her sleeve—literally.In2011she designedadresscollectionthat was soldat Frenchboutique Colette,and she now has a collaboration withAustralianbrand Romance Was Bornfor a fashion line featuringherwhimsical prints. Nextupforthisprolificpainter? Technicolor dream- mobiles. “We’re all driving in cars every day; it seems crazy to me that more aren’t painted,”she says. “I love color—why not bring more of it into the world?”—AVERY SPOFFORD Rainbow bright! This fearless L.A. artist makes her multidimensional mark. a 40 FEBRUARY 2014 @ alia_po p KALEIDOSCOPE COOL Alia wearing her beda - spread, surrounded by her paintings. At right: a work from her architecture postcard series. Clockwisefrombottomleft:courtesyofAliaPenner;AMANDACHARCHIAN;courtesyofAliaPenner(2);ROBINMARCHANT/WireImage/GettyImages;nocredit. Flower power with Tennessee Thomas, Alexa Chung, and Sarah Sophie Flicker at the Anna Sui show In a Romance Was Born jacket with Arrow de Wilde at the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party Putting her signature touch on Katy Perry’s piano
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  • 49. ViewEDITOR: JANE KELTNER DE VALLE SPOT CHECK Katie Grand LovesKK Hogan coin purse, $195. Details, see In This Issue. HOT STUFF ANGELOPENNETTATT/courtesyofHogan We break down the freshest fashion news for February. FEBRUARY 2014 47 ➤
  • 50. View KATIE GRAND LOVES HOGANTalk about a perfect match! For her third season collaborating with heritage brand Hogan, überstylist and Love magazine editor in chief Katiee Grand created a seriously covetable collection, including chunky creepers and heart-embellished iPhone cases. “I like to keep it personal,”she says.“If I don’t like the products myself, I can’t convince other people to like them!” NEWDESIGNER:STELLAJEAN Katie Grand Loves Hogan shoes, $425. This Haitian-Italian designer, far left, is making a splash with her vibrant African-inspired fabrics. Pair one of the eye-catching full skirts with a classic striped shirt for a look that’s guaranteed to be street-style gold. Clockwisefromtopleft:ANGELOPENNETTATT/courtesyofHogan;LUCA TOMBOLINI/WWD(2);SGPItalia;courtesyofHogan.Details,seeInThisIssue.
  • 51. Ever wonder what it’s like to have a job at one of fashion’s most buzzworthy stores? Meet 22-year-old Ryan Trautman (at right). She’s a stylist at the ultracool LF Stores, which is known for updating vintage clothes and selling small boutique brands. “I get to handle amazing pieces,” says the California native, who was signed as a model at 14 and has worked everywhere from Los Angeles to New Zealand. In other words, the girl knows fashion. And at LF? “It’s a dream!” she says. SHOPGIRL Rijntje wears Big Star Jeans overalls, $122. j j g Assembly New York top, $272.k Marc by Marc Jacobs sneakers, $268. y Marc Jacobs stores. TOPTREND Add a dash of tomboyish charm to your wardrobe with the season’s easy overalls. FENDI FUNJewelry designer Delfina Delettrez teamed up with the storied Italian fashion house for a line of playfully surreal earrings, bracelets, rings, and brooches. Fendi ring, Fendi, NYC. TopTTTrend:JASONKIM;FashionStylist:DoriaSantlofer;hair,KaylaMiCheleusingSassySecret;makeup,VincentOquendoforNars. FendiFun:courtesyofFendi.ShopGirl:JESSICAHAYE&CLARKHSIAO;hairandmakeup,GloriaNotoforChanelBeauté.
  • 52. View hen I was a kid, I had a pairofwhiteKedsf I wore everywhere,”TaylorSwift reminisces. So when the iconic brand approached the pop star, now 24, about collaborating,she jumpedatthechance.“It’scoolto bepartofsomethingwithsucha legacy,” she says. For spring the collection draws inspiration from Taylor’s own wardrobe. And though she has undergone some major style changes over the years—from cowboy boots– wearing teen to 1960s-inspired glamour girl—Keds have been a mainstay. Her fashion advice? “Try everything! What you keep going back to is your style.” —VICTORIA LEWIS Kick the winter blues in a pair of cheery Keds from Taylor Swift’s latest collection. Taylor Swift in her favorite red Keds w Inset:FameflynetPictures PRINTED MATTAA ER Taylor Swift for Keds sneakers, $55. y PHOTOGRAPHED BY STEPHANIE DINKEL. web extra! FOR MORE FROM OUR INTERVIEW WITH TAYLOR, VISIT TEENVOGUE.COM. taylormade
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  • 54. INSTAGRAM FAVES @kellywearstler @delfinadelettrez @dannijo @eddieborgo @alisonloujewels View LOVE LETTERS “I can never have enough pillows! This beaded one by Jonathan Adler would be perfect on the chair in my office.” Jonathan Adler pillow, $198. LIP SERVICE “Most of my daily essentials can fit into a pouch. I carry one in my handbag so I don’t have to dig around for makeup or a pen—it’s all in one place.” Diane von Furstenberg pouch, $85 for set of three. BLING RING “Right now I’m all about keeping my jewelry simple. This Dior ring is feminine and easy to mix in with other pieces.” Dior Fine Jewelry ring, select Dior boutiques. SHEENA SMITH the edit PUCKER UP “A lipstick flash drive! What’s not to love? It’s a fun design and useful to store information.” Aéropostale lipstick USB, $20. LUCKY CHARMS “Jennifer Fisher’s jewelry is downtown-cool but still personal. This pendant—a key to my heart—is so unique. It’s the perfect gift for the one you love!” Jennifer Fisher charm, and chain, $220. @sh eenas m ith THE WRITE STUFF “I’m always taking notes: direction for an upcoming shoot, ideas for story concepts, or inspiration from a book I’m reading.” Archie Grand notebook, $11. Clockwisefromtopright:STEPHANIEDINKEL;courtesyofAéropostale;courtesyofJenniferFisher;STUARTTYSON;courtesyofJonathanAdler; courtesyofPentax;courtesyofDior;courtesyofDelfinaDelettrez;STEPHANIEDINKEL;PHILOH/,seeInThisIssue. @DELFINADELETTREZ Sweet talk! Teen VogueTT ’s accessories director shares what she’s crushing on this Valentine’sVV Day. SNAP HAPPY “My father loves photography and taught me how to develop film when I was young. It may be the kid in me, but I find actual cameras to be quite charming.” Pentax camera,
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  • 73. PeopleAre TalkingAboutEDITOR: DANA MATHEWS CHECK HIM OUT Gattlin wears a Boden shirt, $42. Calvin Klein Underwear T-shirt, $38 for pack of three. Vans chinos, $40, and sneakers, $45. Details, see In This Issue. PHOTOGRAPHED BY MICHAEL HAUPTMAN. wasbusycompetinginoneofthe biggestrodeosinthenation,”15-year- oldGattlinGriffithremembersofthe timeheauditionedforalong-shotpartin thedramaLaborDay.Soundsunusual, buttheSantaClarita,California,nativeisa fourth-generationtrickriderandan accomplishedequestriangymnast.He alsoplaysonthesoccerandfootball teamsathishighschoolinLosAngeles. Andhe’sanactor—areallygoodone. Infact,Gattlin’sarrestingperfor-rr mancehashadcriticsbuzzingsincethe movie’sscreeningattheTorontoInterna- tionalFilmFestival(TIFF).Buthe’sno strangertostarringalongsideHollywood heavyweights—morethanfiveyearsago, heplayedthesonofAngelinaJolie(or “Ms.Jolie,”ashecallsher)inChangeling. Thistimearound,Gattlinholdshisown againstKateWinsletandJoshBrolinas Henry,akidwhohelpsanescaped convicthideoutwithhismother.“It’sa coming-of-agestoryofaboyturninginto ayoungmanandtakingcareofhismom,” hesays.“Ithinkanyteenagerwhoreads thatcanunderstandwhathe’sfeeling.” WhenthefilmwasshownatTIFF, Gattlinwatchedtheaudiencereacttohis lines(hiscomedictimingisperfect).“I usedtogoinforDisneyauditionsand they’dtellme,‘You’recuteandnicebut justnotfunny,’”hesays.“Soitwasgoodto hearpeoplelaugh!”Itcertainlyseemsasif Gattlin’shavingthelastlaughnow.—D.M. i FEBRUARY 2014 71TEENVOGUE.COM Stylist:SashaKelly;hair,CaileNobleforJohnFrieda;makeup,GloriaNotoforChanelBeauté.Inset:DALEROBINETTE/ParamountPictures. web extra! SEE OUTTAKES AND READ MORE FROM GATTLIN’S INTERVIEW AT TEENVOGUE.COM. Say hello to scene-stealer Gattlin Griffith, who landed a coveted role in Jason Reitman’s Labor Day. In a scene with Kate Winslet @ga ttlingri ffith
  • 74. Catch the films and tunes that feature a fresh batch of leading ladies. #THENEWGIRLS VAMPIRE ACADEMY Vampires are back—only this time they’re taking a bite out of school and wearing lipstick. Zoey Deutch (at left), Sarah Hyland, and newcomer Lucy Fry round out the cast, bringing this eagerly anticipated adaptation of the best- selling book series to life. Well, almost.... FOR FANS OF: Mean Girls, Twilight, Easy A ENDLESS LOVE This romantically tragic tale of the rebellious heartthrob (Alex Pettyfer) falling for the wide-eyed girl next door (Gabriella Wilde, at right) is the perfect unconventional Valentine’s Day rom-dram. A surprising twist makes the movie, inspired by the novel and the film of the same name, a must-see even your boyfriend will enjoy. FOR FANS OF: The Notebook, Dirty Dancing, Romeo & Juliet PETITE MELLER Although the quirky French singer may be small in stature, her jazz-infused indie-pop songs are larger than life. We’re smitten by Petite’s childlike charm and sophisticated flair for out-there music videos, which we can’t wait to see more of this spring. FOR FANS OF: Yelle, Regina Spektor, Joanna Newsom JETTA The Liverpool singer-songwriter got her foot in the door after singing backup for CeeLo Green and Paloma Faith, but killer confidence and powerful vocals are what set her apart. With an upcoming debut release, Jetta’s unique hybrid of rock and soul is bound to be at the top of your playlist. FOR FANS OF: Florence + the Machine, Emeli Sandé, Ellie Goulding —LIANAWESTON Fromtop:QUANTRELLCOLBERT/UniversalPictures;courtesyofTheWeinsteinCompany;DUDIHASSON;JULIANMARSHALL. People Are Talking About
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  • 76. TEENVOGUE.COM74 FEBRUARY 2014 Dana Mathews kicks it with Austin Mahone at The Hit Factory to get the exclusive scoop on his debut album. unning to catch my flight to Miami, I was hit with a major wave of déjà vu: Five months ago I flew to the tropical city to spend a weekend with the boys of One Direction for their September cover story (airport sprint included), and now I was heading back to jam with another of my favorite pop stars, Austin Mahone. Looking casual ina stenciledtee,dark-washjeans,andred-and-white Versace kicks, the 17-year-old star gives me a big hug when I arrive and makes me feel right at home inthe studio—the legendary Hit Factory,a mecca for the music world’s elite that’s known for its killer acoustics. In fact, he moved from Texas to Miami about a year ago (with his mom in tow) to record his highly anticipated debut album, due out this spring. “I record nowhere but Miami—it’s a good environment to write songs and collaborate,” Austin reveals,playing chords as we sit on the bench of a r AUSTIN’S POWER ➤ Dana’sDiaries MIAMI HEAT Austin Mahone invites us to Florida. PHOTOGRAPHED BY LUCIE HUGARY.YY
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  • 81. Beauty& HealthEDITOR: ELAINE WELTEROTH CITY SLICKER Hannah wears nail art by Hana 4, Vanity Projects for Dior. Dior clutch. Details, see In This Issue. PHOTOGRAPHED BY JASON KIM. Get Beautified! It girl and bona fide spa junkie Hannah Bronfman puts the most coveted hot spots right at your fingertips. VIP STATUS annahBronfman,26,isthe kindofgirleveryonewants onspeeddial.Whenshe’s notDJingA-listpartiesor dishingupthelatestorganicrecipe forfashion-insiderfriendsather sunnyNewYorkCitypad,she’s scoutingtopsalonservicesforher newventure—which,shehopes,will “revolutionizethewayyoubook beautyappointmentsforever.” h FEBRUARY 2014 79TEENVOGUE.COM FashionEditor:GisellaLemos;hair,LauraPolkoatMargaretMaldonado;makeup,VincentOquendoatSeeManagement;manicure,Hana4forDior. ➤
  • 82. he brilliant idea struck when Hannah found herself desperate for a last-minute manicure, furiously thumbing through Yelp reviews and calling salons to no avail. Within a year, she and cofounders Annie Evans and Peter Hananel launched Beautified, an easy-to-use, must- download app that gets you into top-rated salons and spas when you need them: right now. Think OpenTable for the on-the-go beautyenthusiast. Business savvy—and style—come naturally to Hannah, the daughter of media tycoon Edgar Bronfman, Jr., and seventies screen siren Sherry Brewer. Though the newly minted entrepreneur does admit she became a beauty guru by default. “I used to be in the NBA—the nail biters anonymous club,” Hannah deadpans. “It was really bad. In order for me to stop biting my nails, I had to get manicures once a week.” And so her nail-art obsession began. These days, Hannah books all her appointments through the app. (She swears by Vanity Projects for one-of-a-kind nail art, blowouts from Frédéric Fekkai, the Red Carpet Facial at Tracie Martyn, and Sam Brocato’s formaldehyde-free smoothing system.) But when it comes to sourcing inspiration, there’s one other app she simply can’t live without: “If you’re creative and looking for ideas, there’s no better place to find them than Instagram.” Like! —ELAINEWELTEROTH Beauty &Health yy ❤ MAKEUP GURU: @CTILBURYMAKEUP Charlotte Tilbury is the backstage authority on sultry, gorgeous liner and lipstick. Tag along to see her current muses and secret weapons. BESTOFBEAUTY:INSTAGRAMEDITION INSTAGRAM FAVES @miraduma @traceycunningham1 @georgiamayjagger @ciaomanhattan2012 HANNAH’S MANI MUST-HAVES From top: RGB Cuticle Oil,B $20. p Dior Vernis Nail Lacquer inr Bouquet and Porcelaine, $24 each. Nordstrom. q t see more. CHECK OUT HANNAH’S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TOP BEAUTY SERVICES IN YOUR AREA USING OUR INSIDER APP FOR IPHONE, OR VISIT TEENVOGUEINSIDER .COM ON YOUR MOBILE BROWSER. ❤ MANI PRO: @MPNAILS Riding backseat in the car with Miley? Just another day for nail artist Madeline Poole, the coolest manicurist in the game. ❤ MANE MAN: @S@@ AMMCKNIGHT1 From selfies with Cara Delevingne to snaps of top models with fantastical updos, hairstylist Sam McKnight gives us the ultimate follow fever. 80 FEBRUARY 2014 TEENVOGUE.COM Clockwisefrombottomright:courtesyofMadelinePooleforNordstrom;courtesyofSamMcKnight;courtesyofCharlotteTilbury/@ctilburymake- up;DANIELZUCHNIK/GettyImages;CHRISGORMAN;courtesyofRGB;CHRISGORMAN;;inset,nocredit.
  • 83. PHOTO FINISH There’s nothing worse than oily skin making a cameo in your selfie. To cut down on shine for the models backstage during fashion week, makeup goddess (and Instagram maven) @patmcgrathreal relies on Dolce & Gabbana’s Perfect Matte Liquid Foundation ($66, Her advice: “Apply it in natural light, using your fingers for a seamless blend.” BIG IMPACT If you do nothing else,“coat lashes with mascara and enhance brows so your eyes really stand out in the photo,” McGrath says. She recommends using Dolce & Gabbana’s Shaping Brow Pencil ($45, saksfifthavenue .com), which has a built-in brush, to “stroke hair upward, which softens your brows.” LIGHT TOUCH “Beware of backlighting when you’re standing in between the camera and the sun,” says street-style photographer Phil Oh, aka @mrstreetpeeper.“Your picture will either be too dark or totally washed out.” Note to self: Face the sun. Filter. Then watch the Likes roll in. ÑPHILLIPPICARDI MAGICWANDS PHOTO-READY Top makeup pros break downs their most-used mascaras in 140 characters or less. Everything you need for perfect skin, #nofilter. SELFIESERVICEYour guide to a flawless self-portrait. @jeaninelobell: The S-shaped brush helps you coat from corner to corner for lots of volume and full, fanned-out black lashes. Lancôme Hypnôse Drama Mascara, $27. Nordstrom. , @TheValGarland: Have fun with your mascara in #SS14! Try @CHANEL’s in Bleu to bring out the best in blue and green eye colors. Chanel Le Volume de Chanel Mascara in Bleu, $30. Bloomingdale’s. @patmcgrathreal: Define eyes by coating lashes with @dolcegabbana’s Passioneyes for an instant curl. Dolce & Gabbana Passioneyes Duo Mascara,a $32. y @PatiDubroff: The smartly designed brush elongates, lifts, and controls the outer lash! L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Butterfly Mascara,s $9. Target. @MissAliceLane: The brush for bottom lashes can also be used for hard-to-reach corners on top. Love! Maybelline New York The Falsies Big Eyes pp Mascara, $10. Walgreens. THE MIRACLE SPONGE Beautyblender Pro, $20. y GAME-CHANGING CONCEALER Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer, $28. Bloomingdale’s. FOR SHINE- FREE MOISTURE Olay Fresh Effects Hydrating Gel Moisturizer, $13. Walgreens. , OVERNIGHT ZIT ZAPPER Mario Badescu Drying Lotion, $17.
  • 84. Fromtop:SplashNews/Corbis;courtesyofM.A.C.Cosmetics(3). hen I enter Rihanna’s hotel suite overlooking Sandy Lane Beach, her sprawling crew (including her mother, aunt, manager, and three personal photographers) is busy at work. Mean- while, the Lanvin-clad superstar is tucked into a corner, mid–duck face. She’s posing with her new M.A.C. Viva Glam lipstick while her bestie–cum–staff photographer, Melissa Forde, snaps pics. Images of the new shade have just mysteriously leaked into the blogosphere, sending her handlers into a dizzying panic. But not RiRi; she’s as cool as a cucumber, even in 100 percent humidity. As the new face of M.A.C. Viva Glam, the singer is following in the footsteps of Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj in an effort to support the M.A.C. AIDS Fund, which has raised a remarkable $300 million in the fight against HIV and AIDS. The cause, RiRi tells me as we cozy up on the couch, is close to her heart: “I’ve been around so many people who have been affected by HIV and AIDS. It’s my turn to spread awareness. Because when people don’t talk about this, they feel like it’s not happening.” And that couldn’t be further from the truth. According to UNAIDS—a United Nations partner-rr ship that focuses on universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support—approximately 2,300 young people become infected with HIV each day. Even scarier: Globally, HIV infection rates are twice as high in young women ages 15 to 24 as they are in young men. “Nobody is safe unless you protect yourself,” the star says ardently, fixing her piercing green eyes on me. Many will argue that Rihanna is an unlikely role model to spread the gospel of safe sex, what with her racy Instagram feed and explicit music videos (I mean, have you seen “Pour It Up”?). But with a whopping 125,887,954 followers at press time (me included!), the undisputed fact is: Girl’s got our attention. And according to @badgalriri, she wants to use it for good. “My contri- bution is that every penny from the cost of this lipstick and Lipglass goes to help someone who really needs it,” she says. “I am doing this especially for young girls.” Reflecting on her own teen years, the reformed tomboy admits she was a late bloomer in the dating game due to one unwavering barrier: a strict mom. (She says her flat chest and mosquito-bitten skin didn’t help, either: “It was a horrible combination!”) “I wasn’t allowed to date. At 13 my mom would tell me, ‘You can have a boyfriend when you’re 16.’ And then at 16 she’d say, ‘I never said that—and as a matter of fact, it’s 40!’” (When she tells me this, I hear her mother giggle from across the room.) As RiRi opens up about everything from her hard-to-imagine awkward phase to her mission to save lives one lipstick at a time, the most beautiful girl in the world gets, well, even more beautiful. CARIBBEAN QUEENElaine Welteroth meets her style icon, Rihanna, in Barbados. w web extra! GET RIHANNA’S BEAUTY SECRETS AND READ MORE FROM THE INTERVIEW ON TEENVOGUE.COM. LIVING LA VIVA GLAM “It’s red, but I wanted it to be frosty with a creamier finish, so it’s softer than RiRi Woo,” Rihanna says. “The more people who can wear it, the more lives are impacted.” M.A.C. Viva Glam Rihanna Lipstick, $16. Macy’s. My fangirl moment with RiRi ALL EYES ON RI Elaine’sEye
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  • 87. NICOLEWARNE MARNI Eau de Parfum, $155 for 4 oz. Nordstrom. crimson crushBe my valentine! Ten ways to sport red this season. Asrosesandheart-shapedboxesappearateveryturn, considerthislovenoteareminderthatredisn’tmerelya nodtoromance.Itwastheeye-catchingnailpolish shadethatlaunchedChristianLouboutin’sred-soled empire.Itwasthealluringlipcolorthatbecameastaple inlegendaryphotographerHelmutNewton’soeuvre. AndaccordingtoiconicVogueeditorDianaVreeland,it’se thecolorthatwillnever,everbore.Wearingittakesr nerve—bravery,even—sowhynotwearitproudly?Don anexpressivemanicurewithClinique’spoppypolish, ormakeyourselfblushwithBobbiBrown’smoody cheekcolor.Forthefinishingtouch,reachforMarni,an aromathat’sasmysteriousandindefinableasits designer,ConsueloCastiglioni.ComeValentine’sDay, admirerswillknowbyyourscentalonethatit’lltake morethananordinarybouquettoimpressyou.And afterall,ifyou’veeveropenedatubeofTomFord’s gold-platedlipstick,youalreadyknowthemeaningof loveatfirstsight.—PHILLIPPICARDI NARS Guy Bourdin Lacquered Lip Case (part of set), $49. BOBBI BROWN Blush in Berry, $26. Saks Fifth Avenue. SONIA KAK SA HUK Red Promisia Body Butter,$ FENDI L’Acquarossa Eau de Parfum, $98 for 2.5 oz. Bloomingdale’s. LA U RA M ERC IER Lip Pencil in True Red, $22. . CLINIQUE A Different Nail Enamel in Happy Heart, $13. Macy’s. FRESH Sugar Passion Tinted Lip Treatment SPF 15, $23. Sephora. g p MAKE UP FOR EVER Rouge Artist Palette, $39. Make Up For Ever boutiques. @ga rypepp ergirl try the trend. INSTAGRAM A PHOTO OF YOUR LOOK @TEENVOGUE #TRYTHETREND—YOU COULD BE FEATURED ONLINE! Beauty &Health TOM FORD BEAUTY Lip Color in Cherry Lush, $49. Clockwisefromcenter:JYSLAKAY;TOMGORMAN(6);: courtesyofFendi;TOMGORMAN(4).
  • 88. TEENVOGUE.COM86 FEBRUARY 2014 The U.K.’s newest It chick, Suki Waterhouse, reimagines plush sixties style (and unrequited love) with Britain’s bad boy next door, Max Cocking, on a secret London rendezvous. Photographed by Ben Weller.
  • 89. COOL CATS Suki wears a Topshop coat, $158, and tank, $56. Mauro Grifoni trousers, $255. Roger Vivier bag. Max wears a Prada jacket, shirt, and pants. Details, see In This Issue. FASHION EDITOR: NANCY ROHDE.
  • 90. THE NEW GIRL Carven coat and shoes. Marc Jacobs bag. Hue tights, $14. Details, see In This Issue.
  • 91. TO THE MAX Max wears a Louis Vuitton jacket. Burberry Prorsum sweater and shirt. Paul Smith trousers, $330. Suki wears a Louis Vuitton bolero and skirt. Miu Miu crop top, $440. Roger Vivier bag.
  • 92. YOUTHQUAKE Suki wears a Victoria, Victoria Beckham dress. Dita Eyewear glasses, $390. Max wears a Burberry Prorsum coat and vest. Richard James shirt, $250. Paul Smith tie, $165. Details, see In This Issue.
  • 93. ENGLISH ROSE Tommy Hilfiger dress. BEAUTY NOTE: Look extra luminous by mixing your favorite foundation with two pumps of Burberry Fresh Glow Fluid Base.
  • 94. Performing in London “WhenIknowI’mgoingtoget photographed,itcansendmeintoa spiralofpanic.InnormallifeIrebel againstlookingpresentableandbecome acavewomaninmydowntime.” MAD LOVE “My style is influenced by Natalie Portman in Léon, Goldie Hawn in Shampoo, Jane Fonda in Klute, Ike and Tina Turner, Boogie Nights, Vivienne Westwood, Pattie Boyd, and Marianne Faithfull in The Girl on a Motorcycle—she’s my ultimate icon.” RETAIL THERAPY “I’m constantly shopping!” admits the model-actress, seen here in her closet. “I talk myself into it and make the best logical excuses for buying something. I love Burberry, Preen, Jonathan Saunders, J.W. Anderson, and especially Simone Rocha.” IN A KATE SPADE NEW YORK DRESS With best mate Cara Delevingne IN TOPSHOP With Harry Stylesat the BurberryProrsum spring2014 runway show IN BURBERRY PRORSUM Clockwisefromtopleft:DAVIDFISHER/Rex/REXUSA;MICHAELBOWLES/Rex/REXUSA;JOEALVAREZ/Newscom;JACKIEDIXON; nocredit;MARKBOLAND/FilmMagic/GettyImages;DAVIDM.BENETT/GettyImagesforTopshopUnique;BENA.PRUCHNIE/FilmMagic. MAX SAYS… THIS CHARMING MAN “I can be very British! I studied English lit at university, I drink a lot of tea (sometimes with my pinkie pointing out), I have gaps between all my teeth, I like to have a roast dinner every Sunday, I love Marmite, and I apologize for everything.” DAYDREAM BELIEVER “To me, America is just like one big episode of Friends/s 90210/0 Breaking Bad. And loads of burgers.” ALL SHOOK UP “I love Elvis Presley and would definitely say he influences my style with the carefree vibe he gave off.” BIG BROTHER “Growing up with a disabled brother has made me hyperaware of the difficulties and prejudices people face in life and has made me a more patient person. He inspires me so much because he finds pleasure and enjoyment in everything he does, even the little mundane things.” SUKI SAYS…
  • 95. I strive to live with no limits. I want my eyes and horizons wide open MOODY BLUES Burberry Prorsum coat, shirt, and clutch. Details, see In This Issue. In this story: hair, Mark Hampton for Toni&Guy Hair Meet Wardrobe; makeup, Hiromi Ueda using Dior; manicure, Jenny Longworth at CLM Hair & Makeup; production, Creative Blood.
  • 96. TheVoiceAriana Grande has blown up as the girl with the powerhouse pipes. The triple threat—actress, singer, and songwriter—gets honest about her crazy, charmed life. Photographed by Sebastian Kim. rianaGrandeisbackstageatJimmyKimmelt Live!,andthere’saproblem.It’snotawardrobe!! malfunction, and it isn’t her voice, either (she’s fully recovered from a vocal-cord hemorrhage suffered in September).The issueproducersarewranglingwithislogistical:howtoget thepetitestaronstageinagrande-size chicken costume without anyone spotting her.So much for glamour. Says the 20-year-old singer with a laugh: “I am the first in line to make an absolute fool out of myself.” There’s nothing foolish, however, about Ariana’s emergence this year as an undeniable force in pop music. Hollywood is littered with actresses who have fleetingly dipped a manicured toe in the waters of the music industry, but Ariana flipped the script with YoursTruly, pairing killer vocals with a hot R&B sound to earn a permanent spot in our hearts and iPhones. “The Way” was the song of the summer, and Yours Truly opened aty number one on the Billboard 200 chart—something no female artist has done with a debut album since Ke$ha’s Animal in 2010. If Ariana’s relevance was at all in doubt,l check out this endorsement from Katy Perry, who praised Arianaina recent interview,saying shehas“thebest femalevocalin pop music today.” What’s most surprising about Ariana’s career: It’s very possible that some of her massive fan base has no idea she’s also the star of Nickelodeon’s highest-rated live-action sitcom,Sam&Cat, whoseepisodesaverage3millionviewersduringthe show’sSaturday-nighttimeslot. A ➤ TEENVOGUE.COM94 FEBRUARY 2014
  • 97. BEAUTIFUL CREATURE Ariana wears a Mother of Pearl shirt. Victoria’s Secret Designer Collection bra, $178. Milo’ skirt. Cult Gaia headband, $138. Gillian Steinhardt earrings, $280. Juicy Couture necklace. On index finger: Loren Stewart ring, $138. On middle finger: Baccarat ring. Details, see In This Issue. FASHION EDITOR: MICHELLE CAMERON.
  • 98. I would love to do a girl power duet. There are so many female artists that I admire he bit with the chicken suit goes off without a hitch. (When two superfans realize they’ve been standing next to Ariana for 10 minutes, the look on their faces is priceless.) Though for bigger laughs, Kimmel could have simply put a camera in her dressing room. Rocking five-inch heels and a sparkly skater dress, and seated alongside her date, The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes (who’d just flown in), she settled her nerves by singing a theatrical version of Miley Cyrus’s “We Can’t Stop” in a voice that would be more appropriate on a Broadway stage than in a pop star’s greenroom. “It sounded funny to hear ‘we all so turnt up’ in an operatic voice,” Ariana says later. “I was making myself laugh so hard. I think I find myself funnier than everybody else might.” Ariana has always marched to the beat of her own drum, if not her own full electronic band. It’s two weeks since Kimmel, and we’re seated at a coffee shop near her home in Los Angeles while she talks about her unlikely path to stardom: the little girl with a big singing voice who made it all the way from Boca Raton, Florida, to Los Angeles, swapping Rainbow flip-flops for YSL heels while remaining true to herself. Acting was almost an accident. “When I was a child,” she says, “the few things I watched were horror movies and Judy Garland films.” But an open casting call led to a role in the Broadway musical 13 and then an invitation to L.A. Sipping an iced latte, she focuses those giant brown eyes and spells out her trajectory: “13, curtain call, L.A., the rest of my life, this interview.” Like all good overnight success stories, there was nothing genuinely overnight about Ariana’s fame. When Nickelodeon’s Victorious was canceled after three seasons, Ariana despaired. However, her character, Cat, was given her own spin-off show. Before Yours Truly’s soaring ballads established Ariana as a legitimate artist with well-earned comparisons to Mariah Carey, Ariana watched as a bubblegum-pop single she’d recorded came and went. At every step, she held tight to her dream, perhaps having learned the value of determination in the same place we all did: the playground. She calls the girls at her childhood school in South Florida “the worst,” adding: “They would start rumors for the most ridiculous reasons.” Ariana never went to the prom, and she never looked back, either. “I didn’t have a craving to do any of that,” she says. “Maybe it’s because I wasn’t cool at school.” When the time was finally right, Ariana was wise enough to not jump the gun—she and her team spent three years defining her sound before releasing a track. But what’s perhaps most interesting about her debut album is the way it flirts with sexuality. While Ariana rarely offends, she’s happy to let others do the boundary- pushing for her. “You a princess to the public but a freak when it’s time,” raps Mac Miller on “The Way.” It’s worth noting that while Mac was writing that verse, Ariana was in the kitchen baking cookies for him. (Seriously.) Her track “Better Left Unsaid” was originally titled “Tipsy.” But Ariana changed the lyric “Don’t blame me, I’m tipsy” to “Don’t play me, just kiss me.” She says: “I’m 20 years old. I can’t have a lyric about drinking.” While a skeptic might accuse Ariana of toeing that line out of fear of alienating her younger fans, the argument doesn’t seem to track. Yes, she drives a very grown-up Range Rover Sport and extols the virtues of kale salads from LifeFood Organic. But she’s also the girl who named her new rescue dog after a character in the animated film The Aristocats. She carries a Miu Miu purse, but her favorite shoes are still from She’s not calculating. She just happens to be figuring it all out for herself in real time, in front of her 11 million–plus Twitter followers. Make no mistake: Ariana is in control of her voice, onstage and off. Take the tweet addressing accusations that she cheated on her then boyfriend Jai Brooks with Nathan Sykes. “Know your truth...,” she wrote. “Never let any man discredit u or the values you were raised with.” Of the haters, she says here directly: “For a very long time it affected me. And I was like, ‘But they don’t know the story!’ or ‘But they don’t know me!’ And my friends were like, ‘That’s the thing. They don’t know you and they never will. You can’t let a 12-year-old in Minnesota ruin your day.’” Ariana no longer takes her cues from retweets but rather from the people who know her best. She recalls a recent time when her nearest and dearest spoke up: “I was dating a boy who made me a different person. And my family was like, ‘You’ve lost your light. T ➤
  • 99. LEAN BACK By Malene Birger coat. Maiyet bralette, $295. Zimmermann skirt. Cult Gaia headband, $150. On right wrist: Alexis Bittar pink bangles, $175–$195 each. Charlotte Olympia heels. Furla handbag, $298. Details, see In This Issue.
  • 100. do things because they will look a certain way. I try to keep it real with my fans.” However, that doesn’t mean she’s ready to give all of herself over—some things are sacred. “I’m a lot shier than people think. I don’t go online when I’m dealing with sh*t. This is a very amazing time in my life, but also the most stressful. I’m adjusting and I’m learning.” Though Yours Truly is still in heavy rotation on the radio, Ariana is already heading back into the studio to work with superproducers Babyface and Harmony Samuels on her next effort, due out this spring. And you can bet she’s channeling all that fresh life experience into her music. On a recent flight home from New York, Ariana wrote lyrics for five hours straight. “I love the sound of Yours Truly, but I don’t want to feel like I have to do exactly that. I would love to do a girl power duet,” she says when asked about the possibility of working with someone like Demi Lovato. “There are so many female artists that I admire.” As for a tour, Ariana is thinking less about pyrotechnics and costume changes and more about the sound, citing Bruno Mars as an inspiration. “I want lots of live music and a big band,” she says. With that, Ariana takes a last sip of her latte and disappears. She’s working around the clock almost literally, filming Sam & Cat during the day and heading into the studio at night, sometimes working until five in the morning. (“The engineers will be like, ‘Can we go home?’ I’m like, ‘Sure, I’ll work Pro Tools.’”) Every night, when she gets home from the recording studio, she’ll do a 30-minute workout routine put together by her choreographer, Isaac Calpito. How she manages this while looking camera-ready, we’ll never know. Though she does let us in on a secret about her hair. How much of it is hers? “Ten percent?” she muses with a laugh. That’s Ariana: dark comedy in a pink Pop Rocks package. Before she goes, I ask if she’s thought about moving out of her mom’s house. “Not yet,” she says, reminding us: “I’m still young!” —MICKEY RAPKIN ou are constantly distracted.’ If I waited too long to text him back, it was like the end of the world. And it was just a very unhealthy relationship.” Of her long-distance love with current flame Nathan, she says, “It’s not as tough as people would think. We have the same music manager, so we can see each other’s schedules and plan little trips as often as we can.” But they like to mix play with work, too: Ariana hopes to duet with him again in the future. “I feel like I always have to sing a little harder when he’s around,” she says, smiling. With her Audrey Hepburn style and always-perfect makeup, one could mistake Ariana for a starlet cooked up in a Young Hollywood factory. But as she points out: “I’m not like a little robot at all. I’m a real person. I don’t try to Y
  • 101. GRANDE GLAM Red Valentino shirt, $395, and skirt. Jennifer Behr headband, $98. Dior sunglasses. Kate Spade New York belt, $198. Jil Sander bag. Jimmy Choo heels. Opposite page: Guess top, $35. Peter Pilotto skirt. Cult Gaia headband, $138. Lyra Love Star earrings, $68. Details, see In This Issue. In this story: hair, Teddy Charles; makeup, Tyron Machhausen using Chanel; manicure, Christina Aviles using Dior Vernis; prop styling, Juliet Jernigan at CLM; production, 3 Star Productions.
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  • 103. TEENVOGUE.COM FEBRUARY 2014 101 Hannahwas14when shetookthephotos— aseriesofthreeselfies shot in front of her bathroom mirror,herlongauburnhairframinghersmilingface—andtexted them to her boyfriend. In one of the images she wore a pair of white underwear; inthe others she was completely naked. “He promised not to send them to anyone,” Hannah says. “I made him promise me a thousand times.” Monthslater,after the couple had broken up, Hannah began to suspect that the pictureshad gotten around her highschool. “Boys would say thingsinclass or throw their phone numbers at me inthe hallways,” she recalls.“Once, a guy told a friend of mine that he’dseen some pictures of me, but I justthought,There’s no possible way.” It wasn’t until the summer after Hannah’s senior year that she found out just how many people had seen the photos, and would seethem still: A girl from her class messagedHannahto say that the picshad been postedon an anonymous image-sharing site—along with her first name, highschool, and yearof graduation. Hannah’s Facebook account was soon floodedwithfriend requests and messages from people she didn’t know. “Lots of kids my age,” she says,“but mucholder guys,too.” By now, most girls are well aware of the dangers of sexting, which extend far beyond a small-scale scandal. Some states consider it a crime if teens own or distribute these types of photos, and charges have even been filed for simply storing someone’s naked snapshot on a phone. Yet the number of young people who sext keeps growing. A study published in 2012 in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine found that more than half of 14- to 19-year-olds have been asked to send a nude photo of themselves to someone, while 31 percent had done the asking, and 28 percent had followed through—higher numbers than those found in earlier studies. Here’s what’s unsettling: As sexting has risen in popularity, the consequences have grown far more serious. According to estimates, hundreds of websites now specialize in the anonymous—and unauthorized—posting of girls’ explicit photos, often accompanied by details about where they live or go to school, along with links to their social media accounts. In many cases, the photos are of people like Hannah who, at some point, had willingly supplied them to someone they knew. “Before, images might have been shown or passed around to other kids in person, which is bad enough,” says Danielle Citron, a law professor at the University of Maryland School of Law and the author of an upcoming book about online harassment called Hate Crimes in Cyberspace. “But now they’re being posted online in very public and permanent forums.” According to the U.K.’s Internet Watch Foundation, self-generated content is also now a major source of what pedophiles look at online; one study found more than 12,000 photos and videos teens had taken across nearly 70 pedophilic websites. And while boys can be targets too, the majority of those affected are female—as many as 86 percent. Not surprisingly, the victims of unwanted photo posting often experience severe emotional distress, ruined relationships with family and friends, difficulty concentrating at school or work, and bullying or even stalking by others who have seen their photos. showThat provocative pic can quickly go from your phone to a pedophile porn site. Teen Vogue reports on yet another reason to think before you sext. Photographed by Jennifer Livingston. ➤
  • 104. But there can bea more malicious system at work here than just vindictive ex-boyfriends: Hackers are stealing picsfrom girls’ phones and computers, and accessing “private” photosfrom socialnetworkingsites. Citron tells the story of a student who recently came to her for help after a classmate received an alarming e-mail out of the blue. “It said, ‘I have your naked photos and I’m going to send them to yourfatherunlessyou send me more,’” Citronsays.“Then the person used the images to create a fake Facebook profile in her name.” The girl had no idea how the harasser had gotten the photos off her computer—and no idea how to stop him from posting them wherever he pleased. For California native Kayla, there was less of a mystery,not that it softenedthe blow. When her topless selfie (along with her full name, city, and a screenshot of her Twitter account) was posted on a website called Is Anyone Up?, she barely left her house for months. “I was just so embarrassed. I didn’t want to go anywhere,” she recalls.She’d taken the photo one night when she was just “messingaround” infront of her bedroom mirror. “It was the first time I evertook a picture like that,”she says. Hackersarestealing picsfromgirls’phones andcomputers,and accessing“private” photosfromsocial networking sites. In September a photo of 17-year-old Rehteah Parsons popped up in an ad for the dating site, under the heading “Find Love in Canada.” The problem, aside from the fact that her photo was lifted and she was underage? The Canadian teen had committed suicide months before. “The company who used her picture wasn’t being smart, but they also weren’t doing it to be mean—they didn’t even know whose photo it was,” says Parry Aftab, an Internet privacy and security lawyer, and the founder of Why does it happen? Laziness: “Advertisers want to save money by taking photos from other people, and they think no one will notice,” she says. The site was soon shut down. —J.G. THE DATING SITE Thinking it would be safe, she e-mailed it to herself and filed it away in a folder called “pics,” which, she later learned, a hacker accessed by first compromising her Facebook account, then using the information there to figure out her e-mail password. Though some girls have filed civil suits to try to fight back, mostof the websitesthat hostthese photosare protected by a federal law that saysthey’re not responsible for what their users post. Only two states have laws that make uploading unauthorized explicit content to such sites a crime—New Jersey and California, though others haveproposals inthe works—but even still, the lawsaren’t alwaysall-encompassing(theCaliforniaone,forexample, doesn’t protect victims who took the photosthemselves). Meanwhile, “these images can become a permanent and crushingpartof youronline identity,” Citron says, especially since for every sitethat getsshut down, another popsup, often withmany of the same images. According to the Cyber CivilRightsInitiative, 11percent of “involuntaryporn” victims reportthat theyeven have difficultyfindingajoborgettingintoschool. Whichiswhyoptingoutofsextingaltogethermight betheeasiestwaytoavoidtrouble,atleastuntilthelawsget moreprotective.Now20andasophomoreincollege—one shechosepartiallybecausenooneelsefromherhigh schoolwasgoingthere—Hannahhastriedfornearlytwo yearstogetherphotosremovedfromtheInternet.The police,shesays,seemtowanttohelp,buthercallsare “passedaroundalot.”Lastsummerherexreiteratedthathe didn’tsendthepicstoanyone,buthowtheygotonline doesn’tmattertoheranymore.“I’mstillsoangry,butIcan’t wastetimeonthat.It’snotgoingtofixanything,”shesays. “SowhatItrytodonowishelpothersavoidthis.Mybest advice?WhilehemayseemlikeTheOnerightnow,youjust neverknowwhat’llhappen.Soifheasksforaphoto,tellhim no.Ifhelovesandrespectsyou,he’llunderstand.”Andifhe doesn’t,well,maybehe’snotthekindofguyyouwantto entrustwithyourreputationafterall.—ALYSSAGIACOBBE
  • 105. It’s not just skeezy sites that are using your pics. See the other ways you could become an unintentional Internet star. Remember the popular “angry hipster girl” meme, at left? That’s 22-year-old Kate Killet, who dressed up one Halloween as a stereotypical hipster, snapped the now famous photo of herself, and posted it to her social media accounts for fun. Fast-forward a few years, and suddenly she was seeing her face all over the web, captioned with snarky text like “I hate all those things.” Her picture had been repurposed and edited without her per- mission, all for the sake of creating a viral meme. Being turned into a joke can be hurtful, but in Kate’s case she shrugs it off. “It’s the nature of the Internet,” she says. Nevertheless, if your image becomes a meme and it’s passed around via Twit- ter, you can ask the person behind the original tweet to remove it, automatically deleting all direct retweets. —J.G. THE DIET PILL AD THEMEME You lost weight and, hello, you’re proud. So you post a before-and-after shot on your blog or your Tumblr, only to later see it in an ad for a diet pill that you absolutely didn’t take, much less endorse. These deceptive marketing ploys claim girls lost weight in sometimes as few as 30 days with a shortcut method like a “fat-melting supplement,” when, in reality, it was a year or more of hard work, squats, and salads. Happen to you? Look online for the press contact or public relations department of the product, and send an e-mail requesting the photo be removed.—JESSICA GIRDWAIN take my picture CourtesyofKateKillet(2).Previousspread:Makeup:CheyenneTimperiousingChanel;manicure,HollyLynnFalcone.Details,seeInThisIssue.
  • 106. 104 FEBRUARY 2014 n New York City’s industrial-chic TriBeCa neighbor- hood, a small army is gathered to prep for A$AP Rocky’s first Teen Vogue photo shoot. The set is around 20 stops on the 1 train (which the star not-so- lovingly raps about on his debut album) from the Harlem streets where he perfected his craft. But he’s not coming from his native home, where, at 8 years old, the boy known as Rakim Mayers first started freestyling with the encouragement of his older brother, who was tragically killed five years later. Instead, Rocky, as he prefers to be called, arrives fresh off a jet from Los Angeles, where he’s been working on his sophomore record. The second he walks through the door, all eyes are on him. Astheeveningunfolds,I realize Rocky’s notyour typicalrapper.Yes,he’sdeckedoutin a Balenciaga varsity jacket,aSupremehoodie,andmulticoloredRaf Simons kicks. Butthere’sno entourageinsight; only a lone assistant, A$AP Lou,followswith Rocky’ssleek Goyardtravel bag on his arm. (Ilaterlearn thatLouisasuperfan the performer recruitedata show.)Evenmoretellingisthearticulate, thoughtful, and genuinelyhumblepersonIfind when we chatmano a mano attheendofhisphoto sessionwithmodel Kyra Green. Hisgroundednessisasurprising discovery, consider- ingthe25-year-old’sastronomical rise to become one of the—ifnotthe— mostbuzzed-aboutyoung talents in the worldofrap.Caseinpoint:When he signeda multimillion- dollardealwith Polo GroundsMusic/RCARecords, Rocky, whogrewupinabrokenfamily thatscrapedto getby, made ahead-scratchinglymaturedecision.“Rappers getrecord dealsandbuycars,orgo to the clubs andmake itrain.I used themoneyasaninvestmentinmy album,” he says. I ➤ TEENVOGUE.COM NATIONRapper, fashion aficionado, and ultimate cool guy A AP Rocky gives Anthony Rotunno a look into his stylish world. Photographed by Jason Kibbler.
  • 107. BEAUTY AND THE BEAT Kyra wears an A$AP Worldwide jersey, $70. Honor skirt. Cast of Vices hat, $180. Adidas Slvr sneakers, $195. A$AP Rocky wears his own jacket and pants. Patrik Ervell sweatshirt, $225. Timberland boots, $180. Opposite page: Patrik Ervell pullover, $450. Jardine shirt, $195. Y-3 pants, $220. Raf Simmons sneakers. Details, see In This Issue. FASHION EDITOR: MICHELLE CAMERON.
  • 108. SNAPBACK SWAG Dior dress. A$AP Worldwide hat, $40. Details, see In This Issue. BEAUTY NOTE: Spritz L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Sleek It Iron Straight HeatSpray on damp strands for frizz-free hair that’s ready to hit the streets.
  • 109. COUTURE COUPLE Kyra wears a Christopher Kane dress. Dior bra and underwear. Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane men’s jacket (in hand). Cast of Vices hat, $180. A$AP Rocky wears a Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane jacket. McQ Alexander McQueen shirt, $285. Y-3 pants, $220. Everyone has a gift. Michael Jordan’s is basketball. Mine is fashion. It’s like a sixth sense
  • 110. I stand for the kids with dreams and a knack for fashion who will read Teen Vogue and see their idol having fun CAMP ROCKY T by Alexander Wang jacket. Louis Vuitton T-shirt. Bape hat. Details, see In This Issue. In this story: hair, Holli Smith for Wella Professionals; hair braiding, Kay Ward; makeup, Tyron Machhausen using Chanel; manicure, Maki Sakamoto using Chanel Beauté.
  • 111. FRESH MINT Saturdays Surf NYC jacket, $250. Simone Rocha dress. Dior bra. A$AP Rocky beanie, $30. Jeremy Scott for Adidas sneakers, $120. tprovedtobeasoundone.Long. Live.A$AP,thankstohitslike“F**kin’ Problems,”debutedatnumberone. Somemightletthisfeatgototheir heads,butRockyhasn’t.“Istill haven’treachedwhereIwanttogo,”he admits.“Soit’snottimetocelebrateyet.” Fittingwordsfromaguywhosecrew—or Mob,inthiscase—isunitedbytheacronym A$AP:AlwaysStriveandProsper. Rockyembraceshisnewfoundroleas street-styleicon.“Everyonehasagift,”he says.“MichaelJordan’sisbasketball.Mineis fashion.It’slikeasixthsense.”Hisübercool concertmerchisascovetedasanythingsold atatrendySoHoboutique,buthislookisn’t definedbyexpensivelabels.Rocky,who callsAlexanderWangandJeremyScott closefriends,revealsthathestillvisitsthe sameNewYorkCitythriftshopshedid beforehiscareerskyrocketed.“Idon’twant tocomeacrosslikeafashionwhore,”he saysmatter-of-factly.“Peoplethinkbecause somethingisexpensive,thatmakesitdope orexclusive.That’sjustnotthetruth.”The superstarcreditshisseriousrelationship withmodel(andformerTeenVoguecover girl)ChanelImanaspartofwhatinspireshis self-awareness.“BeforeIhadagirlfriend,life wasallaboutpartying.NowI’mwaymore settled,”Rockysays.Still,heseemstothrive ontheunexpected,whetherit’sdream musiccollaborations(ThomYorkeand MGMT) orhot-buttonculturalissues.“I don’tseecolor,”hedeclares,“andIdon’t carewhatyoursexualpreferenceis.” ManyinRocky’sclose-knitcircle predatehisfame,sohe’sconstantly remindedoflifegrowingupinHarlem.“I standforthekidswithdreamsandaknack forfashionwhowillreadthisissueofTeen Vogueandseetheiridolhavingfun,”he says.“Idothistoencouragethemtostickto theirguns,becausetheyshouldfeelfreeto bewhoevertheywanttobe.” I web extra! FOR MORE ON A$AP ROCKY AND A VIDEO FROM THE SHOOT, GO TO TEENVOGUE.COM.
  • 112. TEENVOGUE.COM110 FEBRUARY 2014 JUICINGSo, every celebrity in Tinseltown is fueled by green juice, right? And sipping kale smoothies and apple-pear-carrot water instead of having a burger does feel like a virtuous way to go. But “the devil’s in the details,” says Donald Hensrud, M.D., an associate professor of nutrition and preventive medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Min- nesota. “Juice has more calories per volume than whole vegetables or fruits. To get a decent-size glass of OJ, you’d need about four to five oranges. When would you ever sit down and eat five oranges at once?” Dr. Hensrud notes that, in general, juicing strips out the fiber from whatever gets squeezed into your cup, provides too little protein, and has a high glycemic load—which could mean extra caloriesandevenweightgain.Whataboutthecleansing powerspeopleobsessover?“Nobodyneedstocleansethem- selves by juicing—that’s why we have kidneys. Your body does it naturally,” says New York City nutritionist Keri Gans, R.D., author of The Small Change Diet. “And many report side effects like feeling weak, irritable, exhausted—and, P.S., hungry! When the words side effects come up in a diet, that should be a warning in and of itself: This is not something you should do.” THE PALEO DIETThispopularplanisallabouteatingthewayourancestors did—limitingyourselftofoodsyoucouldeitherhuntor gather,andnothingprocessed(because,asyouknow,cave- mendidn’thavefactories).Someat,poultry,fish,seeds,fruits, andvegetablesarein;BakedLaysandOreosareout.Sounds smart.Infact,itclaimstobe“theworld’shealthiestdiet.”But Gansbelievesit’soverlyrestrictive:“Yes,cuttingbackonpro- cessedstuffisgood,butthere’sadifferencebetweenfoods withtonsofingredientsyoucan’tpronounceandthosethat areprocessedforhumanconsumption—foodslikepasteur- izedmilk,Greekyogurt,orwhole-grainbread.”Thoseare off-limitsonthePaleoplan,buteliminatewholegrainsand dairy,shesays,andyou’llmissoutonkeynutrients,including fiber,iron,vitaminsBandD,andcalcium.Result:“You’llfeel tiredandwindupeatingunhealthyamountsofsaturatedfat fromalltheproteininthisdiet,whichcanputyouatriskfor problemslikeheartdiseasedowntheroad,”Ganssays. VEGANISMExperts agree that going vegan—where you pass up not just meat and fish but anything that comes continued ➤ 122 Wait—eating “healthy” can be bad for you? goodfood You can spot most fad diets a million miles away. (Eat nothing but baby food all day? Yeah, pass.) But lately you’re hearing less about crash courses and more about health kicks: cleanses, reboots, detoxes. These increasingly popular trends seem as if they might actually make your body look and feel better, but are they good for you? Experts discuss the five most famous new ways to eat—and whether you should bite.
  • 113. MEAN GREEN Diets aren’t always what they seem. ARTWORK BY HORACIO SALINAS.
  • 114. TEENVOGUE.COM112 FEBRUARY 2014 GAP jacket, $90. PETER PILOTTO FOR TARTT GET dress, $40. FOREVER 21 necklace, $7. MICHAEL MICHAEL KL ORS lock necklace, $165. Select Michael Kors Lifestyle stores. MARC BY MARC JACOBS shoes, BURBERRY PRORSUM clutch, RACHEL ANTONOFF sweatshirt, $85. COACH shoes, $278. , NAYA RIVERA & BIG SEAN teenvogue Glam street MY FUNNY VALENTINE PAUL FRANK tee, $19. HALL OF FAME hat, $34.
  • 115. Kiss and tell! We’re head over heels for these sweetheart-inspired finds. BELLA THORNE & TRISTAN KLIER EDITOR: MARY KATE STEINMILLER. PHOTOGRAPHED BD YBB STEPHANIE DINKEL. SWATCH watch, $70. store LIVE LOVE DREAM jacket, $40. NIKE tank, $80. $ E NIKE sneakers,E $90. JUICY COUTURE hat, $38. , AMERICAN EAGAA LE OUTFITTERS topS , $20. TOMMY HILFIGER bracelet, $119. (212) 223-1824. NIKE+ FuelBand SE fitness band, $149. , HURLEY topY , $30. p,,inset:wowcelebritytv/SplashNews.Details,seeInThisIssue. teenvogue Sporty style JUICY COUTURE SPORT leggingsT , $58.
  • 116. Inset:FutureImage/,seeInThisIssue. MILLY crop top, $175. Milly, NYC. ORGANIC BY JOHN PATRICK shorts, ATSUYO ET AKIKO bag, $56. CÉLINE sunglasses, $340. Select Solstice stores. COACH bag, TORY BURCH dress, SABRINA DEHOFF earrings, $322. Wink, NYC. J. CREW pumps, $350. p p , teenvogue All dressed up ANDREW GARFIELD & EMMA STONE DAVID YURMAN bracelets, $350 each. David Yurman, NYC.
  • 117. DENIM & SUPPLY RALPH LAUREN shorts, $185. Macy’s. Inset:AKMImages/GSIMedia;shortscourtesyofRalphLauren. SASSAA &S BIDE clutch, $150. Sass & Bide, NYC. teenvogue Downtown cool PENN BADGLEY & ZOË KRAVITZ try the trend. INSTAGRAM A PHOTO OF YOUR LOOK @TEENVOGUE #TRYTHETREND—YOU COULD BE FEATURED ONLINE! TORYRR BURCH backpack, $450. ZOE KARSSEN sweatshirt, $152. KYLEIGH KÜHN necklace, $260. STEVEN ALAN OPTICALCC sunglasses, $145. VANS sneakers, $55. LUCKY BRAND bracelet, $99. JUICY COUTUCC RE dress, $228.
  • 118. GOING PLATINUM With help from color pro Aura Friedman, Charlotte’s hair went from pitch-black to platinum. “Blonde gives me an edge,” says the 21-year-old fresh face. “It’s more creative. People see me more.” To keep a silvery shade brass-free between salon visits, try John Frieda Colour Refreshing Gloss for Cool Blondes. Details, see In This Issue. FASHION EDITOR: STEVIE DANCE.
  • 119. FEBRUARY 2014 117TEENVOGUE.COM Meet five models who took their look to the next level with the season’s It hair color. Photographed by Christian MacDonald. blonde30
  • 120. BLEACH BABE Victoria, 22, is living proof that blondes have more fun. “It’s totally changed my confidence and my style,” she says. “I can be more rocker-ish now with this hair—I’ve been buying tons of leather!” Her home remedy for silky strands: a weekly avocado mask. For a ready-made recipe, try L’Oréal Paris Advanced Haircare Instant Shock Treatment.
  • 121. GLAM ROCK For her runway debut, Solomiya, 17, transformed her brown flowing locks into an icy, Edie Sedgwick– inspired crop. “I wanted to start my first season as a full-time model with a bang,” she says. To keep snow-white strands vibrant, try Pantene Pro-V Color Enhancing Blonde Expressions Shampoo and Conditioner. Details, see In This Issue.
  • 122. CROWNING GLORY Nastya, 18, left a memorable mark on the catwalks, from Prada to Louis Vuitton, with her buttery-blonde mane. “I was surprised to see how well the new color suited me!” she says. To keep her shade bright, she uses Redken’s All-Soft Shampoo and Blonde Glam Conditioner. Details, see In This Issue. In this story: hair, Kevin Ryan for Rsession Tools; hair color, Aura Friedman at Sally Hershberger Salon; makeup, Justine Purdue using Chanel Beauté; manicure, Ana-Maria using Chanel Vernis; prop styling, Daniel Graff at Mary Howard Studio.
  • 123. HALO EFFECT “I was nervous because I didn’t know if blonde would work on me,” admits Vickie, 16, of her pre-dye jitters. But her fears were assuaged with a single reference image: her own baby photo. “The idea was to make her look like she did when she was a little girl,” says Aura, who gave Vickie’s waves more dimension with multitonal highlights. Aura’s maintenance tip for colored curls? Use what she calls an “un- shampoo”: “a supercreamy cleanser—no sulfates, no suds.” We like Ouidad Color Sense Color Preserving Shampoo.
  • 124. 122 FEBRUARY 2014 In This Issue ON THE COVER EmporioArmanidress,$1,095.SelectEmporioArmani boutiques. Cult Gaia headband, $138. Juicy Couture necklace, similar styles at juicycouture .com. On right wrist: Eddie Borgo silver bracelet, $290. Select Neiman Marcus stores. Eddie Borgo gunmetal bracelet, $290. On left index finger: Unearthen ring, $287. On right middle finger: Luv AJ ring, $44. TABLE OF CONTENTS 12:JimmyChooflats,$625.SelectJimmyChoostores. COVER LOOK 22: On the cover: Dress, $1,095. Select Emporio Armani boutiques. Cult Gaia headband, $138. Necklace, similar styles at juicycouture .com. On right wrist: Silver bracelet, select Neiman Marcus stores. Gunmetal bracelet, neimanmarcus .com. On left index finger: Unearthen ring, $287. On right middle finger: Luv AJ ring, $44. Above: Sweater, $795. Sportmax, NYC. Skirt, $1,035. Similar styles at Ikram, Chicago. Dress, $830. Hampden Clothing, Charleston, SC. Cult Gaia headband, $138. Juicy Couture necklace, similar styles at On right wrist: Eddie Borgo bracelet, $350. Luv AJ ring, $44. On left hand: Gillian Steinhardt ring,$ bag, $1,511. Intermix, NYC. Shoes, $675. Select Jimmy Choo stores. 23: Top left: On right wrist: Eddie Borgo cube bracelet, $290. Select Neiman Marcus stores. Baccarat cuff, $1,490. FASHION AT WORK 32: Coat, $795. BLK DNM, NYC. Sweater, Jeans, $600. Isabel Marant, NYC. Necklace, Bag, nanettelepore .com. Oxfords, 33: Pullover, (251) 343- p 7463. Shirt, Her own skirt. MF byMeghanFarrellearrings,$115.OpeningCeremony, NYC. Necklace, $690. C. Wonder bracelet (on left), $24. Bottom right, from top: Bracelet, Lip balm, Walgreens. Flats, $565. Select Jimmy Choo stores. MY WORLD 34–35:Kenzobook,$75.Selectbookstores.Equipment pajamas,$ Soie Eau de Parfum, $130. TonyMoly KissLoverLipMaster,$,, HOT STUFF 47: Model’s own earrings and Cartier bracelet. 48–49: Topleftphoto:KatieGrandLovesHoganduffel,$1,425, and high-top sneakers, $675. Middle photo: On Rijntje: Maria Tash earring (worn as nose p ring), $117. Venus by Maria Tash, NYC. On right hand: p j j Gillian Steinhardt ring, $140. gilliansteinhardtjewelry .com. On left hand, from left: Lady Grey ring, $105.,$310. The Deep End Club, NYC. Michelle Fantaci rings, $95,$750. THE EDIT 52: Charm, $550. Ring, $900. Camera, $500. BOY WY ONDER 71: Shirt, T-shirt, Chinos and sneakers, His own socks. AUSTIN’S POWER 76: On Dana: Thakoon top, $357. Ray- Ban sunglasses, $180. VIP STATUS 79: House of Holland dress, $688. houseofholland Neff beanie, $16. Super by Retrosuperfuture sunglasses, $229. store Adopted iPhone case, $35. Her own rings. Clutch, price upon request. By special order, (800) 929-DIOR. Cast p p p of Vices bracelets, $185 each. EAST ENDERS 86–87: On Suki: Coat and tank, Trousers, Bag, Roger Vivier, NYC. On Max: Jacket, shirt, $1,330, and pants, $940. prada .com. 88: Coat, $990. Shoes, $650. Bag, $1,895. Tights, 89: On Max: Jacket, louisvuitton .com. Sweater, $1,595, and shirt, $795. Trousers, On Suki: Bolero, and skirt, $1,550. Crop top, Bag, Roger Vivier, NYC. 90: On Suki: Dress, $995. Forty Five Ten, Dallas. Glasses, On Max: Coat, and vest, $895. Shirt, richardjames Tie, 91: Dress, $799. Tommy Hilfiger, NYC. 93: Coat, shirt, $650, and clutch, $1,395. THE VOICE 94–95: Shirt, $550. Opening Ceremony, NYC. Bra, Skirt, $750. unanegozio .com. Headband, Earrings, Necklace (worn throughout), similar styles at On j index finger: Ring, On middle finger: Ring, $495. Her own bracelet (worn throughout). Coach shoes, $198. coach .com. 97: Coat, $775. Bralette, Skirt, $995. Zimmermann, NYC. Headband, Her own earrings. On right wrist: Bangles, Alexis Bittar, NYC. Robert Lee Morris chain bracelet, $395. robertleemorris .com.Heels,$, 98: Top, Macy’s. Skirt, $1,035. Similar styles at Ikram, Chicago.Headband,,lyralovestar .com. Eddie Borgo bracelet, $350. 99:Shirt,andskirt,$475.(415)543-4900.Headband, Sunglasses, $460. Dior boutiques. Lyra Love Star earrings, $68. Belt, On right hand: Eddie Borgo bracelet, $350. Bag, $1,950. Heels, $675. Select Jimmy Choo stores. CREEP SHOW 100: Topshop sweater, $136. A$AP NATION 104: Pullover, Shirt, jardinedesign .com. Pants, Sneakers, similar styles at 105: On Kyra: Jersey, asapmobshop .com. Skirt, Hat, Eddie Borgo earrings, $150. Delfina Delettrez bracelet, $825. Opening Ceremony, NYC. Sneakers, On A$AP Rocky: Sweatshirt, Mr. Bathing Ape bow tie, Bathing Ape stores. Boots, 106: Dress, Dior boutiques. Hat, 107: On Kyra: Dress, similar styles at Maxfield, L.A. Bra, $1,200, and underwear, $1,000. (800) 929-DIOR. Jacket, Saint Laurent, NYC. Hat, Eddie Borgo earrings, $150. On A$AP Rocky: Jacket, $1,750. Saint Laurent, NYC. Shirt, Pants, store.y-3 .com.Hisownring.108:Jacket,$495.alexanderwang .com. T-shirt, $510. His own vest, jeans, and necklace. Hat, Bathing Ape stores. 109: Jacket, Saturdays Surf NYC, NYC. Dress, Bra, $1,200. Dior boutiques. Beanie, Me + Mi earrings, $40, and rings, $75–$80 each. Sneakers, MY FUY NNY VALEY NTINE 112: Clutch, $995. Shoes, $498. 114: Shorts, $710. Coach bag, $578. Dress, $495. BLONDE 3.0 116–117: American Apparel jacket, $85. Slow and Steady Wins the Race top, $1,100, and brooch, $200. Gap shirt, $50. gap .com. Adidas by Stella McCartney pants, $90. adidas .com. On left ear, from top: Maria Tash ear cuff, $125. Venus by Maria Tash, NYC. Minor Obsessions by Finn stud earring, $100. Adidas Originals sneakers, $75. 118: Theyskens’ Theory sweater, $595. Theory stores. La Prestic Ouiston pants, $425. Baby & Company, Seattle. Kaufman’s Army & Navy dog tag necklace,$5.Kaufman’sArmy&Navy,NYC.American Apparel suspenders, $18. Nektar De Stagni ring, $399. 119: Rebecca Taylor vest, $325. Rebecca Taylor stores. Diesel Black Gold dress, $660. Diesel Black Gold, NYC. On right ear, from top: Kenneth Jay Lane earring, $15 per pair. (877) 953-5264. p K/ller Collection earring, $175 per pair. kllercollection .com. Cast of Vices bracelet, $165. castofvices .com. 120: Comme des Garçons Shirt Girl T-shirt, $285. Comme des Garçons, NYC. Maria Tash earring (worn as nose ring), $117. Venus by Maria Tash, NYC. 121: Frame Denim overalls, $299. Cauliflower Issey Miyake turtleneck, $270. Issey Miyake, NYC. Carolee bracelet, $42. SNAPSHOT 124: Dress, $1,115. Barneys New York. Long- sleeve T-shirt, $256. Intermix. On right hand: Kelly Wearstler cuff, $195. Kelly Wearstler, West Hollywood, CA. On left hand: Kelly Wearstler bracelet, $265, and ring, $195. Kelly Wearstler, West Hollywood, CA. ALL PRICES APPROXIMATE. SEEARIANAGRANDELIVEINCONCERT! SWEEPSTAKES 22:NOPURCHASEHH NECESSARY.RR ToenterTT andforfullrules, Starts4:00P.M.ET12/23/13andends11:59T P.M.ET2/4/14.T Opentolegalresidentsofthe 50UnitedStates/D.C.,13orolder,except employeesofSponsor,theirimmediate families,andthoselivinginthesame household.Oddsofwinningdependonthe numberofentriesreceived.Voidoutsidethe 50UnitedStates/D.C.andwhereprohibited. A.R.V.ofprize:$2,500.Sponsor:CondéNast. continued from ➤ 110 GOOD FOOD GONE BAD from an animal, such as milk and cheese—can be healthy for you, but only if you do it right. (A(( fter all,AA French fries are sometimes consid- ered vegan.) “Let your parents know if this is something you want to try— or, better yet, meet with a nutrition- ist—because it’s not as easy to satisfy your nutritional needs on a vegan diet as it is on a traditional one,” Gans says. “You’ll also have to open your eyes to things you may have never tried before—tofu, soy milk, seeds, nuts, beans, and dark, leafy greens—and whoever is doing the grocery shop- ping should make sure to pick up the right balance of foods.” Supplements (vitamin B12, calcium, and vitamin D) are a must, too, she says, to help fill in the potential nutritional blanks left by cutting out animal products. One last
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THOSE SUBMITTING MANUSCRIPTS, PHOTOGRAPHS, ARTWORK, OR OTHER MATERIALS FOR CONSIDERATION SHOULD NOT SEND ORIGINALS, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY REQUESTED TO DO SO BY TEEN VOGUE IN WRITING. MANUSCRIPTS, PHOTOGRAPHS, AND OTHER MATERIALS SUBMITTED MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE. bit of advice from Gans: Before you totally commit to go- ing vegan, try it out first (say, by having a couple of vegan meals every week for a month) to see if it’s something you want to stick with. GLUTEN-FREEIn recent years, gluten has practically become a bad word. The resulting diet bans any food containing wheat, rye, or barley—think pasta, bread, and many cereals— which all have gluten, a protein that causes digestive issues and abdominal pain for some people. “There is a small percentage of the population that needs to avoid it,” Dr. Hensrud says, “but there’s no reason to go gluten-free if you don’t have a problem—in fact, you’ll be eliminating an entire group of foods that has real health benefits, like protecting your heart.” Gans agrees: “One hundred percent, you should go gluten-free only if you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease or a gluten intolerance. This is not a diet you try because a celebrity does it. Often it’s used as an excuse to go carb-free and have it masquerade as something healthy.” And the diet’s not synonymous with weight loss, either. A lot of gluten- free products, she adds, are actually higher in calories than their gluten-containing counterparts. DAIRY-FREEIf you truly are lactose intolerant (get an actual diagnosis), then by all means. Otherwise there’s really no point, Gans says. Eschewing milk and fro-yo won’t do you any harm, necessarily—yes, you’ll miss out on protein and calcium, but you can get both from other foods (greens like broc- coli are loaded with bone-boosting calcium). But don’t expect any real benefit. “There’s a misconception that dairy makes you fat, and that eliminating it will help with weight loss—maybe because girls who genuinely can’t digest dairy often report bloating,” Gans says. “But there’s no research to support this idea. To the contrary: There is evidence that people who consume dairy have healthier body weights than those who don’t.” OK, SO WHAT IS GOOD FOR YOU?“First of all, any diet that eliminates entire food groups should raise a red flag—that’s not what a balanced diet is, by definition,” Gans says. “Avoid getting stuck in an eating rut, too. Expand your horizons! Just because you didn’t like salmon at age 5 doesn’t mean you won’t like it at 15.” That said, both Gans and Dr. Hensrud agree that for the average healthy teen, the best diet is (and this is going to sound verrry familiar) one filled with lean proteins, like skinless chicken breast and fish, whole grains, fruits and veggies, and some healthy fats, like avocado and olive oil. As for snacks, bypass the stuff that comes in a box or bag (and has 72 sketchy-sounding ingredients) and go for something real and sustaining, like half a turkey sandwich or Greek yogurt with nuts and a piece of fruit. “I know it sounds boring and unsexy,” Dr. Hensrud says, “but it really is the healthiest pattern of eating. All the evidence supports this kind of diet.” But don’t feel like you can’t make room for treats now and then, otherwise life would suck. Bottom line: “If your diet is overly restrictive in any way—as most ‘cool’ diets are—eventually you’ll go 180 degrees the other way,” Dr. Hensrud says. And we agree: There’s nothing remotely cool about that. —SHAUN DREISBACH
  • 126. age 18e what she’s wearing “AChristopher Kane dress, a Rag &Bone long-sleeveT-shirt,andKellyWearstler jewelry.” school of rock “I’mcurrentlyafreshmanatNewYorkUniversity,k intheCliveDavisInstituteofRecordedMusic.It’s an amazing programbecauseitteachesyouall aboutthe industry, from becomingamanagerto startingyour own label.My dadis a vocalcoach,so Igrewuparoundmusic—I startedwriting songs whenIwas13and havebeendoing itever since.” the suite life “Myfamilyisvery close withdesigner Kellye Wearstler.Mylittlebrotherisactually in a bandwithher two sons!When Iwasaboutto move to NewYork, I showedher a pictureofmydorm room.Itwas so depressing andsmall, and therewereso manyrestrictions on whatI couldchange.She helpedcreateawholenewspace for me andgave me some fabricsandafewofhermarblepieces to use.Then I wentto a fleamarketand boughtalotofdecorative objects andabstract artformyroom.Nowmydorm is suchan inspirational place for metowork.Everyonealwayswants to hang outin it.” best buy “MyfavoritestoreinNewYork City is Jeffrey.This pasty summerIworkedonamoviecalledCanaSongSaveYourLife?,?? withKeiraKnightleyand MarkRuffalo, andplayeda singer- songwriterinabarscene.Iusually save the money I make, butI decidedIwouldusemyextrapay to buy something special.I wentstraightto Jeffreyandgota pair of Alexander Wang boots!” ROOM AND BOARD Madison got around the “no painting” rule in her dorm by using black tape to create the graphic patterns on her walls and bed frame. PHOTOGRAPHEDRR BY TINA TYBB RELL. WILD THING Madison’s black Martin acoustic guitar FashionEditor:MaryKateSteinmiller;hair,TetsuyaYamakataforOribeHairCare;makeup,Justine PurdueusingChanelBeauté.Beforephoto:courtesyofMadisonLove.Details,seeInThisIssue. @liv emadl ove 124 FEBRUARY 2014 BEFORE Cool digs! Take a peek inside this rising songstress’s totally tricked-out dorm room. LastLook SNAPSHOT
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