The duchess thought it would be "boastful" to appear on the cover herself, and instead chose "world-leading women" like Jane Fonda and Jameela Jamil to be on it.
Menswear is a growing trend in women’s fashion. Everyone from Zendaya to Nicole Kidman to Cara Delevingne (she did star in DKNY’s 2015 menswear campaign) has taken a liking to loose suits and oxford shoes. Now, it’s common for female fashion editors, street style stars and celebrities to wear what was formerly considered “menswear” from hot labels like Vetements or Gosha Rubchinskiy.
We caught up with supermodel and founder and CEO of the grant-giving organization, Every Mother Counts, Christy Turlington Burns, on Thursday night at the third annual LoveEMC fundraiser, An Evening to Benefit Maternal Health, and she had plenty to say on staying healthy.
Taking your vitamins feels like a chore—and the crunchy packaging at your local health food store certainly doesn’t make shopping for them exciting. But as natural supplements become increasingly popular, one brand is trying to turn vitamins cool—and it’s working. In addition to their playful appeal—seriously, vitamins haven’t looked this awesome since the chewable fruity Flinstones variety—nutritionists developed the gluten-free, all-natural formulas to target the health and beauty issues you actually care about.