The beautiful American actress Chloe Grace Moretz teams up with fashion photographer Bjorn Iooss at Jed Root for the cover story of The Edit Magazine‘s latest issue. Styling is courtesy of Alison Edmond, makeup by Mai Quyhn, and hair styled by Gregory Russell.
“I push myself very hard but I still can’t accomplish everything I want!” Chloë Grace Moretz is full of restless energy, despite the mid-afternoon lull at this sleepy Beverly Hills restaurant. She arrived in short shorts and an overcoat: “Pilates,” she explains, picking up a menu and then putting it down. She shrugs. “There’s not enough time in the day!” “My mom says, ‘You’re young, don’t ride yourself that hard.’ She wants me to make less movies,” says Moretz, grinning, “but I’ve averaged three to four a year for the last six years now, and I get bored otherwise.”
Chloe talks on values, strongly held values come from a staunch and tight-knit upbringing in a Baptist family in Atlanta, Georgia. Moretz is the youngest of five children and the only female, which had its pluses. “I understood life on a deeper level, because I watched my brothers make all their mistakes first,” she says. It also made her “super competitive”, and “a feminist”, since she was treated just like her siblings. And the best part? “When boys come over!” she laughs. “My brothers answer the door and they’re like, Yo’. All four of them. And they’re big dudes – all over six foot. It’s like, ‘You mess with [Chloë] and we will kill you.’ I love that!”Yo’. All four of them. And they’re big dudes – all over six foot. It’s like, ‘You mess with [Chloë] and we will kill you.’ I love that!”
She added; “I’m never BOSSY; it’s so unconducive to creativity. And anyway, GIRLS can’t act that way in this BUSINESS” Read more here