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Teen Vogue: Interview with the Cast of The Secret Circle

Britt Robertson, Phoebe Tonkin, Shelley Hennig, and Jessica Parker Kennedy spill about their favorite bands, blockbusters, and beauty products.

What are some of the designers/labels you love?
Zara, Alexander Wang and Lover.

How would you describe your personal style?
Comfortable and simple.

What is your favorite item in your wardrobe?
My Repetto ballet flats.

What’s the one beauty product you can’t live without?
I use coconut oil for my hair and as a body oil.

You all have supernatural powers on Secret Circle. If you could have any power in real life, what would it be?
To be able to fly! I hate getting on planes.

What’s your favorite book?
Lolita and The China Study.

What’s your favorite movie?
I love Pretty Woman and I just saw Warrior and thought it was brilliant.

What’s your favorite song/band/album?
Radiohead and The Black Keys.

What’s your favorite TV show?
Friends is a favorite, and I’ve been watching UK version of The Office.

What’s your favorite pop-culture guilty pleasure?
Scrunchies! I buy them in every color from American Apparel. I don’t understand how they became so dorky; they are the best.


Published November 10, 2011
by Danielle Nussbaum
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