Jena smiled and waved to the camera as she leaved Gelson’s in Los Feliz after doing some grocery shopping on August 16.
Candids > Candids from 2014 > August 16
We are happy to present our latest passion project collaboration Flower Hopes. Flower Hopes is a Skivvies capsule collection we created with Jena Malone and her band The Shoe. The Shoe song “Dead Flower Hopes” inspired the collection, which includes beautiful macrame applique bralettes, bodysuits, and panties all in unusual flower shades. Our collection like the Dead Flower Hopes song is intended to empower women to celebrate their bodies and feel beautiful in their skin. We hope our capsule collection will inspire women to look to themselves to find confidence peace in their own unique beauty. Please enjoy the Dead Flower Hopes music video.
Jena showed off her fit figure in a sheer white ensemble from For Love & Lemons while attending the For Love & Lemons Annual SKIVVIES Party on August 1. That same evening, she stripped down to the lingerie while performing with her band The Shoe as they served as the musical guest for the night. Big thanks to Kelly for donating some photos.
The Capitol has released living portrait for Johanna in preparation for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ release.
Capitol Couture is proud to commemorate President Snow’s “One Panem” initiative with a brand new Special Issue of Capitol Couture focusing on collaborations in art, fashion, and design.
Today we celebrate the incredible achievements coming out of the Capitol—the beating heart of Panem. Gaze upon the fervently awaited Capitol Citizen Living Portraits presented by Capitol Couture featuring your cherished victors Johanna Mason and Peeta Mellark as they stand proudly before Panem.
Photos from all the events Jena attended this year have been added to the gallery. I’ve always been a fan of how she dresses, but her choices have been amazing lately! Big thanks to my friends Claudia and Ann for donating some of the photos.
Jena looks stunning on the cover of Foam February issue while rocking a few poses for the Andrew Stiles-shot spread. In the interview she dished about her acting career and her love for photography. Big thanks to my friend Claudia for the outtakes, I feel the new theme coming!
“I don’t put too much pressure on my career path,” Miss Malone explained. “Because tomorrow I could get a script where it’s, like, full-on performance art, and I’d be playing a tree and I could think, that’s really what I want to do next. I never let anyone tell me what I should be doing. I think that was the thing that kept me normal.”
In regards to her hobbies, Jena states she finds photography completely fascinating.
“Basically, it’s just about control. When I’m acting, I’m just one of the variables, but [with photography] I get to figure out everything: the props, the setting, the tone, the texture. I can’t really control my creative impulses; I just have to follow and respect them.”