Leyna Bloom campaigned to be the first trans model to appear on a certain televised runway. Now she's the face of Playful Promises' new lingerie campaign.
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Kourtney Kardashian posted a flat-tummy shake #ad on Instagram, and her followers quickly let her know they weren't happy about it.
Ariana Grande took to Twitter over Thanksgiving weekend to defend herself against trolls who said she was 'milkin'' Miller's death.
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After Prince Louis' christening ceremony, big sister Princess Charlotte was overheard telling the reporters outside, 'You're not coming!'
The Queen gifted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle York Cottage for when they need to escape from it all.
On Monday, Glamour magazine hosted its 27th annual Women of the Year Awards, celebrating the year’s most groundbreaking women while paying tribute to original trailblazers.This year’s awards were perhaps the biggest in recent history by star count, with attendees from the Condé Nast and Hollywood orbits out in a full showing of support for Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive, who will step down from her post at the end of the year.The awards recognized 10 figures (in addition to Leive herself) from fashion, the arts, politics, and sciences, as Women of the Year: Muzoon Almellehan, Samantha Bee, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Gigi Hadid, Patty Jenkins, Nicole Kidman, Solange Knowles, Maxine Waters, Peggy Whitson, and the organizers of the Women’s March.Along the red carpet came even more celebrities (including some previously honored as Women of the Year) to pay homage to the women chosen: Serena Williams, Ashley Graham, Iman, Nina Agdal, Nick Jonas, Anna Wintour.Accompanying the Glamour Women of the Year Awards was a summit, held earlier that day, that included panel discussions and workshops addressing women’s issues and empowerment. There were discussions about persistence, business success, body positivity, and sexual liberation.Yahoo Lifestyle asked attendees on the red carpet about their thoughts on some of the summit’s biggest themes — sexual harassment and assault, sisterhood, empowerment, and more. Here’s what they had to say.Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty:Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
On Tuesday night, Serena Williams made her return to the red carpet after welcoming her first child with fiancé Alexis Ohanian in September. “It’s been a while since I’ve been on the red carpet, in fact since before I was pregnant,” the athlete said on Instagram ahead of making her comeback at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards. At the event, the 23-time Grand Slam champion presented Gigi Hadid with the Supernova award and expressed her admiration for the model: “Gigi, you are one of the few people on this planet I would leave my baby for (for one night) but for you, it shows how much you mean to me.
Gigi Hadid’s career might be based on strutting her stuff, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t take tumbles like everyone else. As the 22-year-old was leaving the Glamour Women of the Year Awards hand-in-hand with sister Bella Hadid, she caught herself from hitting the pavement — literally. The model, who looked stunning in a floor-length, gold embellished Zuhair Murad gown, was captured by the paparazzi getting her heels stuck in the fishnet dress’s hemline. Gigi Hadid took a bit of tumble as she was leaving the Glamour Women of the Year Awards with her sister Bella.
Society is on "the cusp of fundamentally changing the culture" because "so many brave women came forward and knew they would be vilified," Biden said Monday.
After crossing Fashion Week off her bucket list, Glamour features editor Lauren Chan's big moment was almost ruined by negative personal attacks on Instagram.