Check out our brand new design made by the amazing 20th Design. It’s a pretty Spring & Summer theme cause we can’t wait for it. Come back soon for more Infos and Updates about Rowan.
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 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.”
Today we don’t have a Update about Rowan. But we are excited to share our brand new Layout made by the amazing Yukiko. She used the Images from Rowans Gregory Harris shot and from Isaac Sterling Photography! Head over to our Gallery if you want to see all the Images! And be more excited for more changes on the Site & Gallery!
Check out Rowan for KENZO Fall-Winter 2016 Campaign film: The Realest Real by Carrie Brownstein
With social media ever more present in our lives, blurring the barriers between ordinary and famous, for KENZO’s Fall-Winter 2016 film Carol Lim & Humberto Leon have invited writer/director Carrie Brownstein to take a look at the invisible digital walls that separate us from our favorite personalities and icons, and the curious conceit of a dream come true. Carrie Brownstein’s short film for KENZO, The Realest Real, is a humorous exploration of the fickle and instant world of the internet.
The Realest Real stars, Laura Harrier, Mahershala Ali, Natasha Lyonne, Kim Gordon, and Rowan Blanchard and will premiere on Monday, September 12th during New York Fashion Week. The film is written and directed by Carrie Browstein, creator of the hit American TV show Portlandia and member of the band Sleater Kinney.
Today we have some Updates for you. First we added some Images from Rowans shoot for Flaunt Magazine, March Issue 2016. Also she is on this “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman” for Vanity Fair. Rowan talks about art, style, life and how her Career started. To read more of Vanity Fair Studios’ interview with Rowan, go here and here.
Also we got a new make over on our Gallery. Click here to see our brand new Gallery.
Check out our little Gallery Update it includes the new Images from Rowans Magazine Shoot with Girls Life, Paper and Wonderland Magazine. Rowan‘s cover of Girl’s Life is on news stands, March 22nd. Also Rowan attended the Kids Choice Awards 2016.
Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World has covered everything from first crushes to religion to autism, and star Rowan Blanchard says it’s the show’s wide-ranging topics that have left her most proud. After penning an essay about intersectional feminism, the reaction to which she says has been “humbling,” Rowan has continued to speak out about women’s issues, and she hopes to inspire other young people to find their voice and express their opinions as well.