Elle Fanning on the cover of Porter Edit
Actress Elle Fanning starred for the cover of the May issue of Porter Edit. The author of the photo shoot, for which the young actress tried on the image of a village girl, was an Australian photographer Benny Horn. Stylist Morgan Pilcher picked up romantic outfits from Jil Sander, Ellery and Simone Rocha.
Elle Fanning is only 19 years old, but the actress has already become famous thanks to the role of the Disney princess. Almost every role that gets to a young actress is an image of a dreamy and ethereal girl. In an interview with Porter Edit, Elle remarked that she is very different from her heroines. “I know that I am a very high-energy person,” she admits. “However, most people think that if I get such roles, then I’m such a person. But I think that with the roles that I choose, it’s more fun to play people who are not like me. “
Elle Fanning said that she cherishes her personal life. “I never had a Facebook account, and the page in Instagram became public only after I was of age. Sometimes it’s something to publish in Instagram for me, a real stress. I worry that people will judge me by a signature or a photograph, also I sometimes fear negative comments. And I’m constantly in social networks compared with my older sister Dakota. Sometimes on the streets I’m mistaken for Dakota, which I think is pretty cool. When you and your sister are so similar, it will happen all the time. “
In addition to filming in movies, Elle Fanning can often be seen in advertising campaigns or on Fashion Week. Fashion world for Elle Fanning is just as familiar as cinema. The girl first met Met Gala when she was 13 years old. Then she first received an invitation to sit in the front row on the show Chanel Couture. Elle Fanning is the face of Miu Miu, Tiffany and Co and Roderte. In the fashion week in Paris, the actress also went to the podium for Miu Miu. “I’m so glad they asked me to do it! But I was very, very nervous. I’m nervous before such events, before a big stage or something else. I like the feeling in front of the stage when you’re so frightened that it’s like, “I’m so scared now, but I live for such moments.”