Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood actress Margaret Qualley takes the cover story of Hunger Magazine‘s Future edition captured by fashion photographer Daria Kobayashi Ritch. In charge of styling was Mindy Le Brock at Magnet Agency, with set design from Lauren Mache at Lalaland Artists, and post production by Ink Retouch. Beauty is work of hair stylist Rachel Lee at Atelier Management using Oribe, makeup artist Karo Kangas at Forward Agents using Chanel, and manicurist Betina Goldstein at The Wall Group using Chanel.
I was not a popular kid. I used to put up signs of cows being slaughtered in my North Carolina high school and I would rummage through the trash in the cafeteria to separate recycling. I’m definitely [climate] conscious and it’s definitely something I think about. There are a lot of ways I could improve my lifestyle to accommodate my carbon footprint.
The younger generation is where the real change is coming from, because they are the ones who are having to deal with the impact, so it’s frustrating when people whose lives are barely affected by it are so dismissive of these problems. I would say that young people feel they don’t have a choice right now. It feels very dire. – Margaret Qualley
Hunger Magazine also features singer Raye (Shot by Danny Lowe) and controversial whistleblower and author Christopher Wylie (shot by Rankin), on the covers of their 18th edition.
Issue 18 – The Future Issue of Hunger magazine is on sale on global newsstands – for more hop over to – www.hungertv.com
Photographer Daria Kobayashi Ritch – www.dkrphotography.com
Stylist Mindy Le Brock at Magnet Agency
Hair Stylist Rachel Lee at Atelier Management using Oribe
Makeup Artist Karo Kangas at Forward Agents using Chanel
Manicurist Betina Goldstein at The Wall Group using Chanel
Set Designer Lauren Mache at Lalaland Artists
Post Production Ink Retouch
Photography Assistants Derec Patrick and Kaleb Marshall
Styling Assistants Adrian Gilliland and Sheneque Clarke
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