Dane DeHaan and Mia Goth are two of today’s hottest rising stars in Hollywood. DeHaan came to fame in films like Lawless, Kill Your Darlings, and Life, and is now starring alongside Cara Delevingne in Luc Besson’s Valerian, the most expensive film ever made in Europe. Goth, on the other hand, made her debut in Lars Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac: Vol II and is set to have a role in this year’s remake of Suspiria. Now, the duo have been cast as the faces of Prada’s newest fragrances, L’Homme Prada Intense and La Femme Prada Intense. The set of fragrances may sound gendered, but they truly challenge the ideology behind gender stereotypes and embrace the harmony of gender fluidity. Both actors are excited to participate in a campaign that shows the industry’s progress in this space. “I think it’s kind of reflective of the world we are living in and the way people are starting to look and understand human beings and gender in general,” says DeHaan,”you see it a lot in fashion, there’s women walking the Prada Men’s fashion show, so it makes perfect sense that they brought this element into this campaign.”
Goth agrees. “It’s quite exciting to be at the forefront,” she says. “I think the world is kind of catching on that gender roles aren’t so necessary and becoming a lot less defined and starting to become a lot more about the individual and character of that person.”
Here, the two unconventional beauties talk about how they think about health and wellness, and more:
Your look in three words:
Mia: Fresh, natural, sometimes jazzy.
Dane: Simple, fun, present.
Never leave the house without:
Mia: Get the mascara out, a little bit of concealer around the eyes, put your hair into a little bun, some lip balm and perfume and then you’re off.
Dane: Jeans, t-shirts and sneakers.
Best-kept beauty and grooming secret:
Mia: Water. I think it starts within, keeping hydrated is really important for your skin.
Dane: Not washing my hair that much, I feel that my hair looks better when it’s dirty.
Beauty from the inside out:
Mia: I’ll take a multi-vitamin in the morning, I think that always helps.
Dane: I swear by greens. I try to eat something green with every meal, even if I am eating pizza, I’ll still try to eat something green.
Mia: I like to run. I think it’s good, you can do it anywhere, you don’t a gym, I just think it’s really easy to do.
Dane: I really like working out. I like doing all different things, so moving in some way everyday whether that be going to the gym and doing a circuit, or going on a hike, and I do SoulCycle sometimes.
In-tub must read:
Mia: A magazine, something light and easy for the tub.
Dane: I’d probably be reading the newspaper, like the New York Times.
Mia: I really wanted to go Russia, I’m really interested in Russian history so I’d like to go and put a face to what I’ve read.
Dane: I went to this spa one time in Whistler, Vancouver and it was a Scandinavian spa where you spend 15 minutes in a steam room and then you spend 30 seconds in an ice bath and then you take a 20 minute nap, and you keep doing that for as long for you want. I would go somewhere in Scandinavia to a real one and just do that all day long.
12 Spring Fragrances to Own Now, According to W Editors
“Nest’s Indigo is the perfect perfume to ring in the spring weather. The hints of cardamom and wild fig are refreshing but also mysterious, and I already have everyone asking me what I’m wearing. This will definitely be my daily go-to!” – Gillian Sagansky, Contributing Writer
NEST Indigo, $72, sephora.com
“Raspberry and leather may sound like an odd combination, but it wears so well.” Mia Adorante, Beauty and Health Editor
Louis Vuitton Mille Feux, $240, us.louisvuitton.com
“An oldie, but a goodie: I’ve always had a soft spot for Jo Malone’s Orange Blossom cologne. It smells so fresh, and isn’t overly sweet. I always wear it as soon as it starts to get warm outside.” – Sarah Leon, Digital Editorial Director
Jo Malone London Orange Blossom, $130, jomalone.com
“Just like most women, I like floral scents in the Spring time, but I like my florals with a kick—leather is my scent of choice. I was so lucky to discover Rodeo by Byredo because it infuses the scent of violets with leather.” – Sarah Zendejas, Fashion Market Editor
Byredo Rodeo, $230, byredo.com
“I cannot leave home in the morning without smelling this unexpected, yet effervescent scent. The spiciness of its top notes grapefruit and bergamot are my favorite for the Spring!”- Schanel Bakkouche, Jewelry Assistant
Le Labo Bergamote 22, $180, luckyscent.com
“My favorite Spring fragrance has to be Chloé’s Love Story. It has floral notes and a hint of something sweet without being over the top.” – Kelly McDonough, Production Manager
Chloé Love Story, $105, sephora.com
“I love Aroma M Geisha Blue, which is a fragrance oil in a roll-on tube. It’s Spring-like and sweet, but not in a cloying way. People always comment on how good it smells. The main notes are blue chamomile, green tea, and jasmine. I’m really big on tea scents.” – Alex Sanidad, Research Manager
Aroma M Geisha Blue Roll-On, $60, luckyscent.com
“Rose 31 from Le Labo is my favorite scent to wear. It’s a spicy masculine rose for those of us who prefer to wear a muskier fragrance with a hint of femininity. Throughout the day, you’ll notice a cedar and cumin note as the rose top note fades. I grew up around cedar trees, so the cedar note has a special bit of nostalgia for me” – Alyssa Pena, Fashion Credits Editor
Le Labo Rose 31, $180, luckyscent.com
“Don’t Tell Jasmine by Vilhelm Parfumerie is a great scent for spring. Charleston, one of my favorite places in the world, is filled with jasmine bushes that bloom in the early Spring–this scent takes me back.” – Samantha Andriano, Social Media Manager
Vilhelm Parfumerie Don’t Tell Jasmine, $245, barneys.com
“It reminds me of summer rain.” – Grace Fuller, Jewelry Editor
Terranova Gardenia, $18, terranovabody.com
“It’ s super light and feminine! Perfect to spritz on for the day into the night.” – Courtney Costello, Fashion Market Assistant
Miu Miu Eau de Parfum, $90, sephora.com
“I love Lush’s Solid Perfume in Sun. It has a light citrus scent (orange) plus a hit of sandalwood, but there’s no cloying floral note. And because it’s solid, it’s very portable and lasts longer than a spray.” – Roseann Marulli, Associate Managing Editor
Lush Sun Solid Perfume, $13, lushusa.com