After co-starring in the box-office smash It and HBO’s miniseries Sharp Objects, Sophia Lillis is shining like never before in her own Netflix series, I Am Not Okay with This. It’s just the beginning for our Spring ‘20 cover star, who in just a few short years, has rocketed into Hollywood’s upper echelons. In this issue, she opens up about her surreal transition into adulthood, the cultural need for emotional transparency, and the myriad ways her characters have molded her into the woman she is today. Also in this issue, Emma Mackey, the breakout star from Netflix’s ultra plugged-in hit series Sex Education, chats with us about becoming a celebrity overnight, overcoming impostor syndrome, and the powerful social impact a woman-led writing room can have. Singer, songwriter, and low-key (read: high-key) set designer Kilo Kish talks to us about her otherworldly December ’19 release, Redux, the transformative power of performance, and her brief (but deep) obsession with tutus. And Atlanta-based rapper Cakes Da Killa walks us through his barrier-breaking presence in the rap industry, the hard-hitting advice Cardi B dished him on Netflix’s Rhythm & Flow, and the artistic evolution that’s rendered his most recent EP. Not just that, but Issue 13 is also chock full of fashion stories that’ll sweep you off to a better place—somewhere the tide glistens, the larks sing, and the looks are absolute fire.