Perhaps its this brand of insight that lends her to be the perfect person for her role as Jessica in This Is Our Youth, a play with Michael Cera. Even for all her celebrity, Gevinson remains humble. "Sometimes, when you’re doing a magazine interview, it’s good to remember that you are not, actually, the center of the universe. Like, at all," she tells the magazine.
For how long she'll remain this genuine, though, is up for speculation. Even Gevinson herself is anxious about the way she'll change when she moves to New York next year to attend NYU. “Every time I’m like, 'What if I go to New York and I get caught up and I become a horrible person?'" she shared. And, as New York accurately points out, "any deviation from the 'authentic Tavi' will surely be noted." In a city welcoming — but not unkind — to dreamers, how long will "Well, Iris Apfel liked my outfit” function as a shield?
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