'Vanity Fair' Crowns Keke Palmer, Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Hannah Bronfman as Young Hollywood
Another year, another Young Hollywood list.
This time around Vanity Fair is enlisting photographer Claiborne Swanson Frank to curate a coffee table book. The publication describes Young Hollywood as a book that "pays homage to the next generation of talented women who are destined to help shape the future of the entertainment industry." Moreover, we're excited to see Vanity Fair diversifying the faces that grace their publication and all works involving their renowned name. Keke Palmer, Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Hannah Bronfman, all brown beauties, have been crowned as the next wave of Hollywood leaders this year. Go girls!
Continue clicking to check out a few excerpts from the book highlighting Palmer and Bronfman.
Photo Credit(s): Vanity Fair
Keke Palmer: ACTRESS
See her in: The Keke Palmer Project (BET talk show)
"As for my career, I am happy to move at a steady pace. I am in no rush to get a ton of films under my belt, so I don't feel I need to say yes to roles that are not right for me."
Hannah Bronfman: D.J., APP DESIGNER
I'm constantly dreaming about what's next.
"I have never formally studied acting or business, but I am passionate about both and have dedicated myself to the learning process. You can't let your fear of inadequacy stop you from pursuing something you are interested in."