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"I will forever be indebted to Barbie. It's changed everything in my life,” says Ariana Greenblatt of her breakout role as Sasha, the angsty, outspoken pre-teen in Greta Gerwig’s box office hit last summer. Post #Barbie phenomenon, Greenblatt has two new silver screen appearances en route, and her sights set on what she'd like to write, direct, and produce. For a refreshing reminder of what it’s like to be a passionate teenager, read the full cover story.
Alex Consani was the youngest-ever signed trans model, but many of us got our first glimpses of her off-duty antics on TikTok, where she often appears  dancing on the subway or creating viral sound bites as she’s interviewed backstage at runway shows. Lately, she’s everywhere (so Julia), from luxury campaigns to Charli XCX's It girl–filled “360” music video. So what’s next for the model and social media phenomenon? Find Consani’s latest hopes and dreams in the full interview.
Cutting through the noise of the music business comes with many choices to make, but for PinkPantheress, there’s never been an option outside of authenticity. After a string of viral hits, she’s amassed 16.5 million listeners on Spotify and has been named Billboard’s 2024 Producer of the Year. Citing the future of music as her driving force, she muses that she’d “love to be seen as an icon in electronic music." In the full cover story, see why she's already earned that title in our book.

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Madeline Argy

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Madelyn Cline

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Behind the scenes with our August cover star, Rina Sawayama.
“Thirty-two is an age you think is so ancient when you’re young,” she says. “But when you reach it, you feel so young inside, but you’re able to see your younger self as a child and detach in a healthy and helpful way.”
“For things to stop the way they did during the pandemic was the first time that I’ve actually been able to think about what’s happened,” Sawayama says. “It was a catalyst to stop doing things that give me validation as a productive person in society and just indulge in things purely for pleasure or joy that don’t require other people.”

Rina Sawayama

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Ariana Greenblatt for Who What Wear
"I will forever be indebted to Barbie. It's changed everything in my life,” says Ariana Greenblatt of her breakout role as Sasha, the angsty, outspoken pre-teen in Greta Gerwig’s box office hit last summer. Post #Barbie phenomenon, Greenblatt has two new silver screen appearances en route, and her sights set on what she'd like to write, direct, and produce. For a refreshing reminder of what it’s like to be a passionate teenager, read the full cover story.
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Alex Consani for Who What Wear
Alex Consani was the youngest-ever signed trans model, but many of us got our first glimpses of her off-duty antics on TikTok, where she often appears dancing on the subway or creating viral sound bites as she’s interviewed backstage at runway shows. Lately, she’s everywhere (so Julia), from luxury campaigns to Charli XCX's It girl–filled “360” music video. So what’s next for the model and social media phenomenon? Find Consani’s latest hopes and dreams in the full interview.
Cutting through the noise of the music business comes with many choices to make, but for PinkPantheress, there’s never been an option outside of authenticity. After a string of viral hits, she’s amassed 16.5 million listeners on Spotify and has been named Billboard’s 2024 Producer of the Year. Citing the future of music as her driving force, she muses that she’d “love to be seen as an icon in electronic music." In the full cover story, see why she's already earned that title in our book. Celebrity Dresses, Music Album Art, Shoe Trends, Music Album Cover, Music Business, The Hype, Fashion People, Black Women Art, Fashion Face
PinkPantheress for Who What Wear
Cutting through the noise of the music business comes with many choices to make, but for PinkPantheress, there’s never been an option outside of authenticity. After a string of viral hits, she’s amassed 16.5 million listeners on Spotify and has been named Billboard’s 2024 Producer of the Year. Citing the future of music as her driving force, she muses that she’d “love to be seen as an icon in electronic music." In the full cover story, see why she's already earned that title in our book.
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Sydney Sweeney for Who What Wear
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Sydney Sweeney for Who What Wear
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Sydney Sweeney for Who What Wear
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Sydney Sweeney for Who What Wear
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Sydney Sweeney for Who What Wear
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Sydney Sweeney for Who What Wear
Sydney Sweeney doesn't just play her on-screen personas; she becomes them. See her take on a new role as she goes surreal in our April 2024 cover shoot.
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Madeline Argy for Who What Wear
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Madelyn Cline for Who What Wear
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Madelyn Cline for Who What Wear