It was a bit of a shock to learn in November that Condé Nast was shuttering Teen Vogue’s print edition. Obviously print hasn’t been doing well for some time now, but considering the Teen Vogue revolution we all witnessed this past year, kicking off with writer Lauren Duca’s “Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America” story, we didn’t expect their rhythm to slow down. But fortunately, things still seem to be going strong for the publication.

On Thursday, Teen Vogue released their first-ever digital covers, featuring their usual cover theme of inspiringly up-and-coming starlets. So who’s on these new covers? We have Awkwafina, Laura Harrier, Storm Reid, Sasha Lane, Margaret Qualley, and Ellie Bamber…just to name a few.

The publication will continue to tackle hot-button issues for young women and young people, in general. In the interviews, the actresses open up about everything from mental health to politics to social issues. And, of course, they look fly AF doing it in Gucci dresses and Stella McCartney coats.

“In light of conversations about diversity and equality on and off the screen we’ve seen seismic shifts across the industry in the last year alone, and a new class of actors has been inspired and impacted by this changing climate,” Teen Vogue said in a release. “In this year’s Young Hollywood package, Teen Vogue spotlights eight of the performers who are those breaking barriers, advocating for equality, fighting for better representation and using their art to challenge Hollywood’s regressive norms.”


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