Ayesha Malik confronted the Indian actress during an audience Q&A session at Beautycon in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Louis Vuitton has teamed up with UNICEF for the second year to raise funds for children who have been affected by the horrors of war and deprivation. Since January 2016, Louis Vuitton has helped to raised $2.5 million for UNICEF, and we can’t think of a better cause to get behind than this partnership! This year, 460 Louis Vuitton stores worldwide in more than 60 countries will be raising awareness with the LV silver Lockit pendant.
There were enough Louis Vuitton looks to shake a stick at at last night’s UNICEF Ball in Beverly Hills, which comes as little surprise since the fashion house both presented the affair and has partnered with the charity for their #MakeAPromise campaign. The overall result: beautiful people in beautiful high fashion threads looking good for a good cause. Can’t complain about that!Click through the slideshow to see some of the best ensembles from last night’s star-studded festivitiesPhotos: GettyFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
[Photo: Instagram/Susan Carland] As a woman who decided to convert from Christianity to Islam, Susan Carland often finds herself on the receiving end of hateful tweets from those who don’t agree with her decision. Despite the fact that she became a Muslim 15 years ago, when she was 19, people won’t stop hating on her religious beliefs and choice of dress. “I am just a blank canvas onto which they can project their own prejudices and fantasies about Muslims,” Carland, a sociologist living in Melbourne, wrote on The Age website. “Their online abuse ranges from requests to leave Australia, hope for my death, insults about my appearance (with a special focus on my hijab), accusations that I am a stealth jihadist, and that I am planning to take over the nation, one halal meat pie at a time.”