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.
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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.
Check out these awesome Photos shot by Clara Zara Balzary for anothermag.com she also answered some Questions! Check AnOther Magazine for more ..
“To me being a girl first and foremost means embracing a form of sisterhood and looking at how I can grow alongside other girls and help other girls, or anyone who might identify with that label. It’s important to have the support of others to fall back on, especially in a world that is not made for us, to know that I have all these other ppeople that I can ook to when sometimes it might feel like that world is against me.”
Rowan grace’s the cover of Interview Magazine alongside other amazing celebrities. I have added some amazing photoshoot images from the feature to our gallery. Make sure to check them out and read Row’s interview with the magazine below!
INTERVIEW: Have you been shooting all day?
ROWAN BLANCHARD: Today was a rehearsal day. We started season three a few weeks ago, so, yeah, I’m doing that. It’s fun.
INTERVIEW: It’s amazing to me that you’ve been doing this from such an early age. Has performing been helpful to you, as you’ve come into your own? Have you been able to try on traits as you do clothes in the costume trailer?
BLANCHARD: I think yes and no. There are definitely things about acting that have helped me growing up and finding myself, but there are also things that make it a bit more difficult. I guess I do allow myself to explore more when I know that, at the end of the day, if I really wanted to, I could just play a different person all day and be fine with that. But there are also points where I’m like, “Ahhh, there are too many people in my head.” In my work, I’m passionate about trying different things and being okay if I mess up. Now I’m trying to bring that into my own life.
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Rowan and Ben Savage visited the FOX & Friends Studio some Weeks ago. Watch the Video and some Interviews of this day down below.