Tracee Ellis Ross is the cover star of the November issue of Harpers Bazaar.
The cover sees Ross in a extremely exaggerated Balenciaga smock, with classic Tiffany & Co.
The article discusses self-acceptance, the ending of hit TV show Black-ish and having an ultra famous mother.
Ross opened up to Harpers Bazaar’s Kaitlyn Greenidge about how she achieved her enviable level of ‘unbothered’.
”I didn’t see enough examples of different versions of how a woman can find happiness and joy and power and sensuality, sexuality, all of that, without it being through the lens of how I’m seen by a man.”
“People are like, ‘You’re the poster child for being single.’ And I was like, ‘Great.’ But what I would prefer is that I’m the poster child for living my life on my terms. And that there’s a version of that for everyone.”
Ross also featured in a video for Harpers Bazaar, discussing self love and giving us some “poolside pearls of wisdom”;
She says that “love isn’t necessarily all about ease, it’s about showing up for somebody.”
The November issue will hit newsstands on the 9th.
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