Seventeen March/April 2017

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behind the scenes with camila cabello

102 Just Camila The former 5H member opens up about leaving the group, searching for love, and coping with anxiety. To Get Camila’s Look MAMA KNOWS BEST For her first solo cover, the pop star was styled by our Senior Fashion Editor James Worthington DeMolet (who also dressed Camila for her “Bad Things” video). But there was another person in her dressing room who also gave her advice: her mom! PLAY TIME Camila brought her guitar to set so she could play if there was downtime. We were excited to hear what she’s been working on, but she never ended up taking a break! DANCING QUEEN The singer was full of energy and grooved all day long to ’90s throwbacks. HOMEWARD BOUND After the shoot, she headed home to Miami for a few days of rest. We sent her off with…

save the date!

We’re so excited that it’s 2017, and you can probably guess why: It’s the year of 17! And we’re making it all about you. We know change is a big part of your life right now—from the changes happening to you, to the changes you want to make in the world—so we’re introducing the 17 Voices initiative as a way for you to connect with and inspire each other. To top it off, on the 17th (of course!) of every month, head to seventeen.com/17voices for live chats with celebs who are doing their part to make a difference. In the meantime, be sure to stay connected with the 17 Voices community via Facebook—that’s where you can share ideas, talk to us, and even contribute essays to our site. Can’t wait…


17 Poll WHICH WORKOUT IS MORE FUN? WHAT YOU’RE LIKING These tasty ice pops have only three ingredients: Cool Whip, Nutella, and milk. Voilà—the dessert of dreams! For the full recipe, visit seventeen.com/nutellapops #PerfectlyMe JADE, 14, KENT, ENGLAND FRILLSNLYRICS “I’m a dancer, although I don’t have the typical frame. I was born with lordosis, which means my pelvis sits at the wrong angle so my bottom and stomach stick out. It’s not lifethreatening, but it is hard for me to get into the right posture when dancing. That means I have to work even harder, though I don’t mind because I love it. Never lose your fire, no matter what! #PerfectlyMe.” Tell us why you loveyourbody by using the #PerfectlyMe hashtag on Insta! Our Fave Reader Comments tieralaniasmith @Serayah & @YazzTheGreatest Look so dope on the @seventeen magazine cover zurixlynn Getting ready to…


CATCH UP ON A CLASSIC Read the 10thanniversary edition of the haunting Thirteen Reasons Whyby Jay Asher before the Netflix series (produced by Selena Gomez) comes out this year. Say TV Byes It’s the end of an era. The Vampire Diaries wraps on March 10 (The CW, 8/7c) and PLL’s last 10 eps kick off on April 18 (Freeform, 8/7c). The good news: They’ll both remain on Netflix! EMBRACE YOUR INNER KATY Love the “Rise” singer’s quirky-cute style? Try it on for size with heels from Katy Perry Footwear ($59 and up, Macy’s, Lord & Taylor, and Amazon). Things to Do! DON’T WAIT UNTIL YOUR SCHOOL BREAK TO START LETTING LOOSE—SPRING INTO ACTION WITH THIS LIST OF STUFF TO SEE, READ, AND WEAR. Wear This! ROCK A PERF VACAY MANI Nail your next trip with Essie’s adventure-ready spring collection. Hues…

book nook

Caraval Stephanie Garber Meet Scarlett and Tella, two sisters whose lives are changed forever when they’re swept away by the mysterious annual Caraval game—think The Hunger Games meets the circus. With magical thrills on every page, you won’t be able to put this fantasy down. Strange the Dreamer Laini Taylor Buckle up—it’s time for a ride into the mythological lost city of Weep, where teen hero Lazlo Strange has crazy-vivid dreams about gods and goddesses that seemingly keep coming true. What’s real? What’s fake? It’s all part of this page-turning mystery. You’re Welcome, Universe Whitney Gardner When Julia, a junior at a school for the deaf, covers up a slur about her bestie with a graffiti mural, she’s expelled. Sent to a mainstream high school, she becomes an outsider who fights to stay true to herself—and her art. History…

“i led a movement to protect my land”

“Every day I’d go to the Oceti Sakowin camp to take part in the peaceful protest. It was a happy place. People from around the country traveled to join us, and we shared stories and learned from each other.” Last July, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of Fort Yates, ND, took legal action to block Energy Transfer Partners from building the Dakota Access oil pipeline near their reservation. If the pipeline were to burst, they said, it would threaten the Missouri River, their main water supply. While awaiting a ruling, locals and their supporters gathered at a camp near the reservation to stage a protest. The cause gained attention on social media (#NoDAPL) and IRL thanks in part to a group of ambitious teen tribe members. Tokata is one of them. on…