Vogue Australia has unveiled the fabulous cover of their March issue which features three young women at the top of their game – music artist Amy Shark, supermodel Adut Akech, and actor Angourie Rice.
Shark, who is currently touring the country, revealed the cover to her followers with the caption “In complete shock but humbled to be on the cover of @vogueaustralia with these babes.”
Swipe, swipe, swipe away for some fire photos.
19-year-old Akech has already walked the runway for Chanel, Versace, Saint Laurent, and Moschino to name a few.This isn’t her first Vogue cover either and back in January, Akech was crowned World’s Top Model of 2018 by models.com Industry awards.
Rice, 18, made us all proud when she scored a role in the 2017 flick Spider-Man: Homecoming as Betty Brant. She has gone on to star in Ladies in Black, Every Day, and will reprise her role in the forthcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home.
In the interview, the legends discuss their careers, goals, motivations, and plans for the future.
“I think we’re all so obsessed with our different industries, which is why we’ve managed to get to where we are, because we’re not doing it for any other reasons but love,” Shark told Vogue.
“[I’m] not doing this to be famous or to have heaps of money. I’m just doing it because I like writing songs, and I think deep down we’ve all got here from just focussing on the right things. I think if we keep doing that, the next level of success will just come naturally!”
She also shared some advice for up and coming musicians.
“Make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons and just have a genuine passion for music or whatever you want to do and not do it for Instagram. Don’t do it for weak reasons that will date … You will just get washed up and spat out! You’ve got to be able to do it for free and love it for free before you get anywhere.”
You can read more from the Vogue interview, HERE.