Galore magazine has pulled all of the gorgeous young ladies this month; first, Kylie Jenner did her thing; up next is the new face of Rocawear, Justine Skye.

The young up-and-comer talks to the popular-cultured magazine and drifts on a memories bliss (fitting for Throwback Thursday). She talks her first date, what she wore to her first dance and her AIM name.

“I was obsessed with Hello Kitty! It was definitely something about that,” she explains.

Find out more after the jump.

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What was your first date like?
My dad used to chaperone when I was younger! For my first date, he took my boyfriend and I to the movies. Looking back on it, it was super weird [LAUGHS].

Do you remember what you wore to your first dance?
My middle school only allowed 8th graders to attend the school dance, but when I was in 6th grade I snuck in! In Brooklyn everybody dresses super casual for dances, so I didn’t wear anything crazy.

In middle school did you listen to TLC or Destiny’s Child more?
I probably listened to Destiny’s Child more!

What was your favorite childhood book?
A Series Of Unfortunate Events was always my favorite. It’s so good.

When did you get your first cell phone?
My dad got me my first phone when I was 8 years old. It was a flip phone!

Did your parents regulate your relationship to the internet?My mom didn’t necessarily regulate it, but when my social media grew I think she was surprised! I don’t know if she understood how significant my big number of ‘followers’ really was at the time.

At the tender age of 18-years-old Zendaya Coleman is well aware of who she is and what she believes in. During her interview with Galore Magazine she reflects on her upbringing and her parents’ encouragement to always use her voice. She specifically reflects on how she dealt with a racist comment Giuliana Rancic made about her faux locs on the 2015 Oscars Red Carpet.

“My parents always taught me that there is knowledge in your voice. I could have clapped back and gone off. Of course I wanted to, everyone wants to do that. I just kept thinking there were other young people dealing with the same kind of issue who were watching me to see how I would respond.I think the way we react to things is a big indicator of our character and what type of person we are. I just had too much respect for myself and didn’t want to prove everybody right that’s waiting for me to be ignorant and do something dumb, so I took my time until I thought of the best way I could address the comments.”

She shares that she had to learn to use her voice and that time didn’t come until after her run on the Disney Channel.

Zendaya covers the magazine in stunning photos reminiscent of a modern day Cindy Crawford.

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For more from Justine and Zendaya, hit up Galore

Check out the hot shots of both of these beauties in the gallery at the top.