Vogue August 2011: Annual Age Issue

Photo: Vogue Photographer: Craig McDean “I’ve been working since I was six, Elle since two,” says the 17-year-old actress Dakota Fannin...


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Photographer: Craig McDean

“I’ve been working since I was six, Elle since two,” says the 17-year-old actress Dakota Fanning. “What you grow up with is what you become used to.” Does the weirdness of being a teenager always in the spotlight, the abnormality of it, ever get on her nerves? “When you choose to do this with your life, you’re in the public and people watch you,” Dakota replies thoughtfully. “But I’d rather do this than not.”

Magazine: Vogue August 2011
Title: Annual Age Issue
Cover model: Dakota Fanning, Elle Fanning, Virginie Clarins, Claire Clarins, Prisca Clarins, Jenna Clarins, Dylan Lauren, Virginie Mouzat, Jane Lynch, Ida Keeling & Shelley Keeling















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2 COMMENTS

  1. This is definitely a strong point for Vogue. I usually find American Vogue repetitive and well, dull but this editorial is nice and one can relate to it.

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  2. I agree! Their editorials are always done indoors with the same grey background. This is refreshing.

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