UPDATED May 12th 2019: Added new campaign images with Noah Centineo, Chika and Billie Eilish. (source)
The campaign with Shawn Mendes is shot by Mario Sorrenti with styling by Alastair McKimm. (source)
Indya Moore stars on the June cover of ELLE US and discusses her road to fame which has been fundamentally different than your average Hollywood starlet’s. As ELLE’s first trans cover star, Indya opens up about sex trafficking, hormone therapy, and her path to FX’s Pose.
On her family’s reaction when she started displaying feminine behaviors as a child: “Because I was assigned male at birth, they expected me to be masculine or to perform the way they thought young boys should perform. And I did not. They didn’t understand. They had never experienced what it was like to have a family member who was genderqueer.”
On being sex trafficked as a teenager to obtain hormone replacement therapy: “I didn’t understand what sex trafficking was at the time. The language I knew was that they were, basically, my pimps. I was just a kid.”
On getting her role on Pose: “I just knew my life was going to change. I knew I had a chance to teach the world something that would help more people to be safe.” Images courtesy of ELLE. (source)
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The Spider-Man: Far From Home actress landed her second Vogue cover, this time photographed by rising photographer Tyler Mitchell. (source)
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