Photographed by Harper Smith, Dakota covers next month’s issue of Nylon magazine and her editorial is titled "The Secret Life of Dakota Fanning," you can read part of the interview here. Such a gorgeous photo shoot!
Franny will premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the first showing will take place on Friday, April 17. If you’re lucky enough to be able to go, you can buy your tickets from March 31. More information on the festival’s website here.
New to the gallery are a few behind the scenes shots, one from her UNIQLO campaign last year by Marc Regas as well as three very recent images which state Dakota will cover the May issue of Nylon magazine. Yay! Can’t wait to see her cover!
Dakota can be seen on the cover of the Spring/Summer issue of Vs. Magazine, yay! What a fantastic shot of her eyes they chose. She was photographed by Vincent Peters and hers is part of a series of covers titled "Dreams" along with five other young ladies including her Very Good Girls co-star Lizzie Olsen. As this is a seasonal edition it should be around for a while (until August 31st) so there’s lots of time for you to keep an eye out for it. ^_^ We should have outtakes from the shoot fairly soon too.
Also new this week is a photo of Dakota from Tuesday during a re-shoot of Viena and The Fantomes as well as an outtake from a Jeff Vespa shoot during 2013, which was used on the cover of the 2014 book The Art of Discovery: Hollywood Stars Reveal Their Inspirations.
Dakota’s third Lynn Hirschberg screen test is back online and it’s such fun to watch – I love these little interviews which accompany W Magazine photo shoots! Dakota talks about her first kiss (for her role in Sweet Home Alabama), her favourite movie and how much she enjoyed J.K. Simmons in Whiplash.
Welcome to 2015 everyone, we’re off to a good start! Dakota and Elle are featured in W’s February issue for the Best Performances editorial. Along with 37 others, they were photographed by Tim Walker and interviewed by Lynn Hirschberg. Dakota was chosen for her role in Night Moves and Elle for Low Down.
For Night Moves, I dyed my hair dark. That was a shock. Everyone acted differently toward me — even my family. My mom has dark hair and dark eyes, so I’ve never really looked like her. For the first time, we were similar. And she was not into it. [Laughs] The day after the movie ended, I went back to being blonde — and myself.