Has someone got a case of the blues?? And we mean that in the most literal way!
Dakota Fanning is decked out in denim for Uniqlo’s newest spring 2014 campaign, looking über preppy — so unlike her!
The 19-year-old starlet also shares the spotlight with British singer Tom Odell as the affordable label’s newest faces.
And seeing how Dakota is seasoned in the world of ad campaigns, from being Marc Jacobs’ muse to being the face of Prada and Rodarte, too, it’s obvious Uniqlo made the right choice!
In fact, the CEO of the brand’s USA division said:
"UNIQLO is proud to partner with these young and talented artists for our spring 2014 collection advertising campaign. We are very happy Dakota and Tom will showcase our newest lines all across the world."
Thankfully, the new collection hits stores February 6th so we won't have to wait long!
As we reported on Wednesday night, the President shocked the nation when he withdrew federal protection for transgender students. Previously, under Barack Obama's administration, students were allowed to use whichever restroom corresponded to their identified sex.
On Thursday, the I Am Cait star -- who supported Trump over opponent Hillary Clinton in the last election -- took to Instagram to reveal her thoughts about the new provisions... and she is PISSED!
The athlete begins by offering encouraging words to transgender youth everywhere, saying:
"I have a message for the trans kids of America. You are winning. I know it doesn't feel that way today or every day, but you _ are _ winning. You are going to keep on winning so much you're going to get sick of winning. Very soon, we'll win full freedom nationwide, and it's going to happen with bipartisan support. For all our friends out there, If you want to be part of this winning side, you can help by checking out the National Center for Trans Equality and letting Washington hear how you feel loud and clear."
However, the reality TV personality also has a VERY strong message for the haters, including some not-so-subtle shade thrown at Jeff Sessions: