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With one season left, The Originals is jumping ahead eight years to see a teenage Hope and a Klaus that’s “gone crazy” without his family, according to Joseph Morgan.

Morgan — along with costars Charles Michael Davis, Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin, Riley Voelkel, and Yusuf Gatewood — joined showrunner Julie Plec in EW’s Comic-Con suite to talk all about season 5, from Klaus killing “loads of people” to the fact that Hope will have a boy in her life now that she’s 15.

Speaking of boys, Plec reveals that “Hayley’s got a friend with benefits,” she says.”Hayley’s getting some.” (Specifically, that man’s name is Declan and he’s Irish.)

In terms of timeline, Plec reveals the entire season will take place during Mardi Gras, “from kickoff to the Jesus bits,” as she puts it.

And it all begins when season 5 premieres in 2018. Watch the interview above.

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Anyone following Phoebe Tonkin on Instagram will know that when the actress is back in Sydney she always makes time to see skin sensei Melanie Grant.

“I love facials. I would go once a week if I could,” she tells ELLE. So naturally The Originals star was excited to see her go-to guru on-set to give her complexion a boost before her July ELLE cover shoot in Paris.

“I felt so lucky to see my favourite skin fairy Melanie as soon as I landed. My skin was so dry from the flight it drank up the face mask so quickly”. We asked Melanie for her six top tips for getting Phoebe’s radiant skin.

For more information on the products used, see here.


Like most things in fashion and culture, we are finding ourselves drifting towards the West Coast more and more. Suddenly the sun and sand aren’t the only main attractions drawing creatives to L.A. and we couldn’t be happier to jump on board. With a whole new lens being shone on the city we were thrilled to have two amazing guides take us around town.

Stormi Bree and Phoebe Tonkin each toted us (along with their CHANEL Gabrielle bags) around the city to talk about where they go, and if they could, where they would take the legendary Gabrielle herself on an ideal day in L.A.

After a rather spiritual morning spent with Stormi, we went to the other side of town, Venice Beach. Armed with Coveteur-alum Phoebe Tonkin, we walked between the canals and the beach filled with tarot card readers, graffiti and rollerbladers galore—it doesn’t get more L.A. than that! Below, Phoebe’s take on Coco…

“I think she would wear it across both shoulders, as she is a woman on the go, and wearing it this way allows her to move comfortably from fitting, to meeting, to cocktail party.”

To read more of Phoebe’s interview see Coveteur.