20 October 2016   No Comments

After our live cover in LA with the talented Hailee Steinfeld, we’re letting you pick our Winter 2017 cover. You tell us, which of the two shots from photographer Yu Tsai we should put on the cover. Vote here.

Good news is you can vote every 24 hours until Monday, October 24th, so get voting.

The highly anticipated issue will be available on newsstands November 21.

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20 October 2016   No Comments

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19 October 2016   No Comments

Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow and Hailee Steinfeld are all signed on for the a cappella comedy.

Moviegoers were still singing the tunes from Pitch Perfect 2 when Universal and Golden Circle announced Pitch Perfect 3 last summer.

Given the sequel’s massive box-office success, it’s little surprise that the studio behind the film waited only a month after Pitch 2’s release to line up the next installment in its a cappella franchise.

With Pitch 2 still in theaters, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that screenwriter Kay Cannon and stars Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson were already on board for a Pitch 3, and Kendrick took to social media to officially announce the news quickly thereafter. It didn’t take long before news trickled out that Elizabeth Banks would return to the director’s chair (she has since scaled back her role and was replaced with new director Trish Sie, see below), followed by confirmations that newcomer Hailee Steinfeld, and alums Brittany Snow and, most recently, Anna Camp would also be back.

With those high notes to grab on to, is Pitch 3 going to be aca-awesome?

It’s too early to tell, but The Hollywood Reporter has compiled all of the available information on Barden Bellas 3.0 (so far) into a helpful cheat sheet below for fans to stay updated. Keep checking back for news.

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19 October 2016   No Comments

MERCH STORE IS FINALLY HERE haileesteinfeld.lnk.to/StoreTw 💯❣🎉😈

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19 October 2016   No Comments

We don’t know about you, but JJJ can’t stop listening to Hailee Steinfeld‘s latest single “Starving”! The 19-year-old actress and singer confirmed via social media this week that she is indeed working on a full album!

“Your girl is back in the studio. Working on that album she’s been talking about forever…” Hailee tweeted. In case you missed it, be sure to check out the “Starving” music video!

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18 October 2016   No Comments

Cotton teamed up with actress & singer Hailee Steinfeld to promote the Find Your Favorite Mall Program. Find the nearest mall near you, before October 30, 2016:

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17 October 2016   No Comments

Did you know that multi-talented Hollywood actress – star of True Grit and Pitch Perfect – and one-time ASOS magazine cover star, Hailee Steinfeld, sings pop bangers alongside her mega movie roles? Well she does! We caught up with her in London to chat tour outfits, beauty tips and new-season shopping…

As well as your single Starving, you’ve got a film coming out called The Edge of Seventeen. Are you planning to continue both careers?
Yes I am! I love doing both so much – so long as I can manage to fit them both around each other, I will.

Who are your acting and singing role models?
There’s quite a few… Jennifer Hudson has done an amazing job. Justin Timberlake, too, as he’s in movies and puts out records. And Jamie Foxx.

What’s your favourite thing to wear when you perform?
I’ve just been on Meghan Trainor’s Untouchable tour and I enjoyed playing around wearing something different in every city, not feeling too stuck on one thing. I was trying to find out what I was most comfortable in on stage. I love anything that gives you a great silhouette. And I love any kind of movement, whether that’s something tied around your waist or a jacket that moves well with choreography.

How would you describe your everyday style?
I would like to be someone who plans their outfits! If I have an event coming up, I’ll think about it in advance – but then on the day, none of what I planned comes together so I end up being spontaneous. For the most part, I’m in my closet 20 minutes before I have to leave just ripping through clothes. I like to be comfortable and do something simple. But lately I’ve been playing around a lot more with accessories and having a lot more fun with it.

What have you bought recently?
I went on a little shopping spree before I went on tour, and also my mom who came with me on tour made some jackets for me, which was amazing. She was putting crystals on shirts, jackets and pants and everything!

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15 October 2016   No Comments

Hailee Steinfeld sits down with Shelley Rome on The Weekend Throwndown with Jagger. Hailee Steinfeld talks about her new hit song, “Starving” featuring Zedd:

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14 October 2016   No Comments

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14 October 2016   No Comments

For an actress who came to the spotlight at the age of 13-years-old, following her critically-acclaimed performance in the Coen brothers’ film True Grit, Steinfeld has gone onto to carve out a stellar acting resumé – from roles in female-heavy comedy franchise Pitch Perfect to a lovesick teen in Romeo and Juliet opposite Douglas Booth – as well as a promising singing career with her recent US top 30 single, Starving.

But success at such a young age has meant finding her own voice hasn’t exactly been an overnight success for Steinfeld.

‘When you’re young and naïve, you listen to a lot of people around you suggesting different things. I’ve recently learnt to stick up for myself and figure out what I want. It’s important to say when it’s too much,’ she admits.

Something Hailee is proud to stand up against is the unrealistic expectation on women to act and look a certain way.

Following the release of her 2015 EP Love Myself, the star received criticism over the song’s lyrics that included lines such as ‘I’m gonna touch the pain away/ I know how to scream my own name’ along with a music video that saw Steinfeld wearing a T-shirt with the slogan ‘Self Service’, leading many to believe she was promoting masturbation.

At the time, Hailee came out in defence of the song admitting it was a song about female empowerment, both physically and mentally.

Looking back, Hailee admits: ‘The song was an anthem that makes you feel like you can walk out the door and conquer the world. That song been a constant reminder for self-love and confidence for me over the last year.’

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