January 2015
Dolly;Jan2015, Issue 528, p128
An interview with Tavi Gevinson, creator of the fashion blog Style Rookie, is presented. Gevinson advises teenage girls to listen to other people's music and find lessons from their artwork and writing about core values and teachings in life. She explains how she learned to trust herself and her instincts and the importance of writing journals and making playlists to coping with change. She talks about how she handled difficult feelings, experiences and challenges in her teenage years.


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