Earlier in the week Rowan attended the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards! I have added around 20 HQ images of Row from the event to the gallery! Make sure to check them out, as always Row stuns i a beautiful pink dress! She can be seen hanging out with her BFF Yara!
Yara Shahidi and Rowan are talking about their first impression on each other. Read this little sneak peek down below.. We also added all the Photos shot by Sean Thomas to our Gallery. Teen Vogue also added a BTS Video from Yara and Rowan. They “Took the ULTIMATE Test of Their Best Friendship”.
I met Rowan at Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood party in 2014. My first impression of her was “ethereal.” It wasn’t just her look or mannerisms but more how she carries herself. Her authenticity bubbles up from within her.
For more go on TeenVogue.com or just click here and you head over to the Full Article.
Check out Rowan and Yara Shahidi for American Eagle. You can see them on their official Website. Click here and have your eyes open for Rowan. Also check out the BTS Videos posted by American Eagle’s You Tube.
Check out this great feminism Interview, Rowan gave for NYMag! She talks about some great stuff, her story, GMW and feminism! These great Images where shot by Andre Wagner. Here is a quick quote. Click here for the full Interview by the New York Magazine.
“My first definition of feminism was so small: Men and women should be equal. And maybe that’s how you have to learn it, so that it can be more accessible. But then I started discovering Audre Lorde and Angela Davis and all of these intricacies of feminism that were not being presented to me by these white feminist ‘icons.’ It was only then that I realized how deep it is and how it’s more about undoing these walls that we have built around marginalized people — it’s not just about women and men. It’s the fact that the walls for me are different than the walls for Amanda Stenberg.”
Check out some new Event Images, we have added some great High Quality Images to our Gallery. Rowan attended the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Also was on the Opening Ceremony for the New York Fashion Week. Click the Images download below for more!!
On the possible fourth season: “I know as much as you do. We are hoping for a Season 4, obviously, because we want to continue our story, and I feel like it’s an important story to tell. But as of right now, we just finished [filming] Season 3 and we’re still waiting on the word. But we do have more episodes coming out this year that air into early 2017, so we’re covered for a little bit.”
Hey everyone! So some weeks ago we hit 1 Million views on our Gallery. We just wanted to thank you all for just keep coming back and supporting our site and Rowan! So that’s why we have a brand new gallery layout dedicated you and 1 Million views the “Flashback to 2011” Theme! We used some sweet screencaps from Rowans Movie “Spy Kids 4D”. Click here to see! Let us know
Check out this brand new Interview by Refinery 29! Rowan talks about some great stuff like Fashion and how Fashion can make a Feminist Statement. Click here to read the full Interview … Also you can see all the Images shot by Daria Kobayashi Ritch in our Gallery, just click on them!
“I picked that slogan because I feel like we often act surprised that cops are killing Black people at abnormal rates; we act like it’s so shocking,” Blanchard explains. “When people have privilege and they aren’t recognizing it, and they aren’t seeing it, and they aren’t choosing to use it to help other people, it doesn’t really come as a surprise that people are literally abusing their power. That’s actually the second T-shirt I own with that quote on it.”
GLAMOUR: What does it mean to you to be a woman in 2016?
Rowan Blanchard: What it means to me to be a woman in 2016 is to acknowledge intersectionality and to acknowledge where I am more privileged than other women. It’s also about, for me, seeing where I can help other people, but also where there wasn’t much change, and when you look at a timeline, where the gaps are and where there are things that we could still work on. I think what’s most important for me in 2016 is seeing where I can help other women.