FYI: Vanessa wore a bustier top from Topshop, Siwy distressed jeans and Jacquie Aiche jewelry. Logan wore a Big Star jacket, Saint Laurent sweater and bracelet, Dior Homme shirt and denim jeans from Cult of Individuality. Aaron is wearing Cult of Individuality jeans.
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There are six other models who are featured on the inside flaps of the cover: Arizona Muse, Edie Campbell, Imaan Hammam, Fei Fei Sun, Vanessa Axente, and Andreea Diaconu.
The cover declares the nine ladies the “Instagirls! – Models of the Moment in the Clothes of the Season.”
“I am so proud to show you my first @voguemagazine cover with the gorgeous @joansmalls @karliekloss shot by @mariotestino @tonnegood @lucia_pieroni @hairbychristiaan,” Cara wrote on Instagram.
“I’ve waited for this Moment all my career and it’s finally Here! I’m so honored to be on the cover of @voguemagazine along with my friends @caradelevingne and @karliekloss who are so deserving of this as well. Thank you to everyone who played a role in this #ModelsOnCovers #SeptemberIssue #Vogue #WedidIt,” Joan wrote on her Instagram account.
The 22-year-old actor opened up to the glossy about his new movie The Maze Runner, and his status as a long-suffering Mets fans. Check it:
On his character Thomas: “Thomas is just a human and he’s got all the same fears as every one else in The Glade…it’s not like he’s numb to it,” Dylan says of his Maze Runner character. “It’s his bravery in spite of fear that I’ve always admired so much about him.”
On the cast: “We had such a great group of guys on set, and I’m including Kaya [Scodelario] in that too because she was a part of it. Everyone was such a good person. And we love to goof around. But we also take the work really seriously, every single one of us.”
On baseball: “I’m such a baseball guy over everything else. Even when they’re not playing for the six months out of the year, it’s all I pay attention to and it’s all I care about. My Mets are insanely precious to me. I watch every single game. Even if I get home at 2 AM, I will put on the game. It’s crazy.”
For more on Dylan, visit TeenVogue.com.
FYI: Dylan is wearing a Levi’s trucker jacket.
Check out who the 21-year-old singer named as her role models:
Helena Bonham Carter: Grande tells Billboard she took inspiration from cinema’s reigning goth queen as a child: “I was like a mini-Helena Bonham Carter.”
Freddy Krueger: “I always wanted to have face paint on or be wearing a Freddy Krueger mask, and I would carry a hockey stick around,” she describes of life growing up in Boca Raton, Fla. Aside from aping Freddy and Jason, Ariana was obsessed with an aquatic serial killer, too: “For my fifth birthday party we had a Jaws theme and all my friends left crying.”
India.Arie: “When I was 14, I wanted to make a straight-up, like, India.Arie record,” she explains. “Something really soulful.”
Madonna: Okay, so a rising pop star idolizing Madonna isn’t shocking, but the worshipful tone she adopts when speaking of Her Madgesty is arresting. “She is strength, she is freedom, she is wisdom beyond anybody’s comprehension,” says Grande.
Marlene Dietrich: “I have an obsession with all things vintage and classic and old-school, everything from Marlene Dietrich to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons to Connie Francis.”
FYI: Ariana is wearing a custom a 1960′s inspired look by Bryan Hearns.
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The 28-year-old actress is joined in the feature by The Adderall Diaries co-star James Franco, Olivia Wilde, Paul Rudd, Edward Norton, Paul Rudd, John Legend, Glenn Close, Kevin Spacey, and Denis Leary.
“I would try to visit the All Saints hospital [in North Hollywood] once a week to work with a young man named David on the script for the holiday play,” James shared in the mag. “David had aspirations of being a filmmaker, and working with him on something that was from my world and could help him move toward his dreams was incredibly meaningful to both of us.” More Here! »
Other movies highlighted in the issue include Robert Downey Jr‘s legal/domestic drama The Judge, the Martin Luther King Jr. biopic Selma. Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain‘s Interstellar, and Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth’s The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.
“It wasn’t something I had to do a lot of research for,” Ben said of playing the role of Nick. “I knew what it was like to have the tabloid world paying attention to me and ascribing negative motivations to whatever I might be engaging in. I knew what it was to be cast in a soap opera I had no control over.”
Be sure to pick up your copy, and head on over to EW.com for more info.
Also pictured inside: pregnant Rosamund doing some promo work at BBC Radio 2 on Thursday (August 14) in London, England.
Here is what the 41-year-old actor had to share with the mag:
On disappointing roles after playing Nelson Mandela: “You know, I’d just played this iconic human being, and the scripts I got afterward were sort of… disappointing… Look, I know that I work a lot, but I’d prefer to wait sometimes because I don’t want to just do rubbish films anymore or characters that anyone can play.”
On not always being recognized: “I’ve been that guy for a while, where people recognize me but they’re not sure why, I’d done a lot of popcorn films, but the reinvention came when I decided to do more of the character-driven stuff that won’t be seen by as many people. But it makes people start to realize, ‘Wait a second, this guy is that guy.’”
On non-stop working in his life: “I flew in yesterday from Ghana to do a one-day shoot here. Twenty-four hours ago, I was in Africa doing something very different, and 24 hours from now, I’ll be back home in London with my family in a completely different environment. And next week, I’m gonna be in front of a bunch of people playing music in Ibiza.”
For more from Idris, visit Details.com!