Shailene Woodley has taken the red carpet by storm, and now, the 20-year-old is starring in ASOS's June magazine issue giving us fresh, fun, and youthful Summer styling inspiration. Shailene, decked out in an ASOS denim shirt, Rare lace shorts, ASOS cat-eye sunglasses, and roller skates for the cover shoot, talked about effortless style, stating, "Most of my clothes come through friends — this cardigan is two years old and these jeans are my friend's boyfriend's." We love her girl-next-door attitude, easily translated in her photo shoot showing her in limber positions and hanging from trees all while wearing a stylish array of silky pajamas, denim vests, embroidered maxi dresses, and striped tees. And if you're wondering what Shailene has in store for the future, listen up: "I'm excited to become a badass archer," said Shailene. "I want to be able to shoot a small pen dot on the wall, 20 feet away. I want to be like (The Hunger Games') Katniss." We love her fearless attitude. Check out the rest of her editorial for ASOS in the slideshow now, and tell us what you think in the comments section below.
Claire Danes looks elegantly casual on the cover of ASOS Magazine's May issue. She can also be seen on the most recent cover of Vanity Fair accompanied by other leading ladies in TV series. The 32-year-old wore ASOS spring styles for the shoot at the Chateau Marmont in LA during January, fresh off a best actress in a TV series Golden Globe win for her role as the bipolar Carrie Mathison in Homeland. In the issue, Claire dished about her series. She also spoke about her home life with husband Hugh Dancy, her personal style, and getting nostalgic with her Romeo + Juliet leading man Leonardo DiCaprio. Here's more from Claire Danes in ASOS Magazine:
- On her upstate NY home with Hugh Dancy: "The country house is beautiful — there is nobody around except cows, so no judgments. I can look like absolute hell, and not worry about it. . . I was terrified when we moved in that it would be haunted. It’s not. Well, if it is, it’s haunted by very happy people."
- On Romeo + Juliet with Leonardo DiCaprio: "That was a lot of fun. If you’re going to be an ingénue, that’s the one to be — the ultimate. I saw Leo the other day and in some ways, our dynamic is absolutely the same, but then it’s like, 'Oh, but wait, we’re big fat grown-ups!'"
- On her personal style: "I’m a sales slut. I’m just very seduced by a sale. In New York buying clothes is fun, because it really is boutiquey. I like Legacy and Opening Ceremony, and I love Prada. I have a lot of J Brand and Citizens of Humanity jeans. It’s funny with jeans now, because if they don’t feel like a pair of sweatpants, I don’t have patience for them anymore! I think I’m becoming increasingly lazy."
Photos courtesy Danielle Levitt for ASOS Magazine
Zoe was born a cool girl thanks to her rock star dad, Lenny Kravitz, and actor mother, Lisa Bonet, but that isn't stopping her from paving her own way in the industry. The 22-year-old actress-singer-model has taken the fashion scene by storm and her latest endeavor with Asos magazine shows her looking festival fresh wearing the brand's array of stripes, plaids, and funky accessories. Take a look at the slideshow to see Zoe's modeling skills and then tell us what you think!
Whether you're a lover or hater of Olivia Palermo, you have to admit the girl has mad styling skills. That's why ASOS snatched up the PYT to pose for its August issue. During the photo shoot — which she also helped style — Olivia talked about her evil portrayal in The City, her drama with Whitney Port, beau Johannes Huebl, and what we love most of all: her incredible sense of fashion.
Olivia on the bad reputation The City has given her.
It's unfortunate. But I think that people understand that what they see on TV is not who I am. It's not accurate. I'm funny, I'm enthusiastic, and I'm not a negative person. I always try and look for the good in things.
If you're like me, then you can't wait to tune in to tonight's episode of Glee, "Laryngitis," to see Rachel (played by Lea Michele) go into panic mode after losing her voice. Lea has mentioned her vegan diet in the past — crediting it for her boundless energy — but a new interview in the UK mag ASOS reveals that the "macrobiotic vegan" actress is making the move away from veganism by "reintroducing fish into her diet." While she doesn't say why she's making the change, the article reveals that Lea regularly injects herself with vitamin B12 too.
The dietary changes might be Lea's way of making sure she is getting all of the nutrients she needs. Given her 75-hour work weeks, I'd say it's pretty important that she's not running on empty! And while it's definitely possible to get everything you need from a macrobiotic or vegan diet, the restrictions may force you to be more diligent since vegan diets can be at risk for lacking protein, iron, zinc, calcium, and vitamin B-12. On the flip side, they are usually rich in antioxidants, certain vitamins, and healthy fats.
While I've never been able to go completely vegan, I was a vegetarian for many years and filled my diet with dark leafy greens, legumes, and soy protein to balance out the lack of animal products. To get all of the nutrients they need, my vegan friends often rely on fortified cereals and soy products. For the vegans out there, what are your go-to dishes to make sure you're getting your protein, iron, zinc, calcium, and vitamin B-12?