Category Archives: Photo Shoots

Dakota Covers Lucky’s September Issue

Posted by Madison on August 10th, 2014

Dressed in Proenza Schouler, Dakota can be seen on the September issue of Lucky next month. The magazine’s Facebook page mentions the full story will be available on their website next week, I’ll let you know when it’s available! She was photographed by Dan Martensen for the editorial and I’m sure more from the shoot will show up for us soon. :)

Daniel Jackson for “Town & Country”

Posted by Madison on July 4th, 2014

We now have beautiful, high quality photos from Dakota’s photo shoot for Town & Country accompanying the article “Tinseltown Angel: Dakota Fanning.” Definitely one of my favourite shoots she’s done! If you’d like to read the interview, you can do so here on the magazine’s website.

First “Every Secret Thing” Promotional Still

Posted by Madison on April 6th, 2014

Dakota is currently in Las Vegas filming the Untitled Gerardo Naranjo Project, and was snapped walking to the set on Friday alongside co-star Sarah Steele with their lunch.

Along with this set of photos we have the first promotional still of Dakota as Ronnie Fuller in Every Secret Thing, pictured with Elizabeth Banks, as well as several new additions to last year’s photo shoot with Hong Jang Hyun for ELLE.

The Hollywood Reporter Photo Shoot Video

Posted by Madison on March 17th, 2014

Dakota, Elle and Samantha McMillen talk during their recent photo shoot in the video below. They discuss their personal styles, favourite Red Carpet looks and Dakota mentions she hates trying on clothes, a sentiment I quite agree with!

David Needleman Photo Shoot for The Hollywood Reporter

Posted by Madison on March 13th, 2014

The Hollywood Reporter’s fourth annual Power Stylists issue is out this month. Samantha McMillen was among the 25 stylists chosen and was photographed on March 8 at the Chateau Marmont for the magazine alongside two of her stars, Dakota and Elle! The girls have been with her since 2012.

When it comes to dressing the Fanning sisters, "Dakota is Old Hollywood, but a younger version of that, and Elle is a mix of bohemian and sporty," says Samantha McMillen, who’s gearing up for Maleficent’s whirlwind press with Elle.