Check out May 2012 “Young Hollywood” issue of Nylon Magazine. Three young actresses featuring Zoe Kravitz, Bella Heathcote and Juno Temple from America, Australia and England pose for the lens of Marvin Scott Jarrett wearing colorful attires.
23-year-old Zoe looks stylish on cover in a dress by H&M and belt by Sequence. Rocking dsquared Jacket with Calvin Klein shirt and AG Adriano Goldschmied jeans, 24-year-old Bella is looking amazing. 22-year-old Juno is donning a dress by Bottega Veneta, bra by Deborah Marquit and necklace & bracelets by Cartier.
Check out some excerpts from their interview with mag:
Zoe Kravitz, on today’s concept of fame: “I think because of the Internet and everyone’s obsession with celebrity and paparazzi and blogs and phones being hacked, we have an incredible amount of access to other people’s lives. People now expect more than a performance. They expect to know what you do and what you’re wearing and who you’re fucking and what you ate that day and what time you took a shit… [When I was at Jennifer Lawrence's house] she was like, “Can we just stay home and watch TV all night? I can’t leave my house.” And I was like, “Jen, I’m not going to bullshit you. This isn’t going away tomorrow.”"
On her Personal Style: “I feel like everyone thinks that everyone should look the same – clean cut. If I go to a party and my hair’s messy and my shirt’s ripped or whatever, it’s like, ‘She’s a crackhead.’ I’m like, ‘Do I have to look like a fucking perfect Barbie doll?’ The cool thing about fashion is that if you do it right, it’s an art form and it’s a way to express yourself.”
Bella Heathcote, on becoming an actress: “By the end [of school] I was like, I’m just gonna do acting, and if that doesn’t work out, then I’ll pursue something else. Why would I aim for the fallback plan? That seemed a bit shit.”
On being mislabeled Brad Pitt’s mistress by a tabloid: “I was just like, ‘This is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever read!’ The worst thing was, I started getting emails from my friends and family in Australia. They were like, ‘How could you? You didn’t even tell me!’”
Juno Temple, on L.A.’s big life lesson: “When you get off a plane in L.A. it’s like no one gives a shit what you’ve done; they wanna know what you’re going to do. It’s kind of a great way to look at life.”
Little Birds director Elgin James, on Juno: “She’s probably one of the toughest and bravest people I know. I’m not saying that just as words. I was in a ganG for 20 years, you know, and hands-down this little English thing is the most loyal, tough, brave friend that I have.”