Shailene Woodley doesn't like the C word. "Celebrity," that is. "I don't use it to describe myself," says the 21-year-old actress. "In high school, a lot of my friends didn't know I was an actor because I didn't talk about it. They would come to school and be like, 'Wait, were you on My Name Is Earl last night?' It was something I kept under wraps because I did it for myself and not for anybody else."
Top, $750, 3.1 Phillip Lim; pants, $29.95, H&M; rectangular ring, $2,025, Jessica Biales; thin band rings, $2,050 each, Dior Fine Jewelry; pearl ring, $330, gem ring, $1,170, Delfina Delettrez; three-band ring, $315, Campbell.
Those stealth days are long over, ever since her five-year run on ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager and her big-screen debut as George Clooney's brooding daughter in 2011's The Descendants, for which she won the Film Independent Spirit Award. And she still displays a spirit more hippie than Hollywood—she wore Vibram FiveFingers with a Stella McCartney dress to a Golden Globes after-party, studies herbalism and survival skills in her free time, and tweets things not about her industry, but "I choose to see love in all #SpiritJunkie" or "The Universe is an awesome party where we must dance together to truly enjoy it #SpiritJunkie."