American actress Christina Ricci lands the cover story of The Edit Magazine‘s latest edition captured by fashion photographer Steven Pan. In charge of styling was Tracy Taylor, who for the session selected looks from brands such as Loewe, Proenza Schouler, Balenciaga, Ann Demeulemeester, and Loewe among other. Beauty is work of hair stylist Mark Hampton at Julian Watson Agency and makeup artist Stevie Huynh at Bryant Artists. Set design is courtesy of Bette Adams at Mary Howard Studio with production from Helena Seward at Lollywould.
“I did things in public that were so ill-advised, I’m so thankful there was no social media back then. My publicist never had a child, I believe, because she had promised her firstborn to so many journalists to squash stories about me. But I had no sense of reality, I was plucked out of reality when I was eight years old.
Because I was so celebrated for being a child, I think I held onto that immaturity for a very long time. It was the thing that made me special. Then at a certain point, like, 35, it’s not so special to be immature.” – Christina Ricci