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.
From its introduction in the late 70s to early 90s, television was snubbed as the less glamorous younger sibling of the big screen. Only those who couldn’t make it to movies would feature in serials and hardly were looked as at celebs. The notion was shattered when Ekta Kapoor joined the business and remodelled the art of soap opera.
Ashley Graham’s 2016 has been big — or in her own words: sexy curvalicious. Since scoring the cover of Sports Illustrated in February, her career, already on the up and up, has not slowed its roll. As she revealed at the Glamor Women of the Year Awards on Monday night, the best thing about her success “has been all of the emails, the comments, from young girls and also older women who say thank you.”
Red carpet events are not just for the A-listers! These grand events have also seen families of celebrities, grace the occasion in style. From Cannes to Stardust, Filmfare and Screen Awards, Bollywood stars were spotted posing with their families on the red carpet time and again. From parents to siblings and cousins, here’s a look at celebrities who brought their families on the prestigious red carpet.
Bollywood stars love pomp and glamour and what better occasion than wedding to show off their fashion fetish. While a lot has been said and heard about Bollywood brides, have you ever noticed what these celebs wore to their siblings’ D-day? When it comes to prepping for their brother or sister’s wedding, our B-town stars plan it very carefully. From designer clothes and jewellery to hairdo and makeup, these divas have got it all right!
Nyong’o’s go-to makeup artist Nick Barose acknowledges that it can be an intimidating shade, but if you factor in your skin tone, the texture of the product and keep your application simple, anyone can make it work. Below, Barose shares his six tips for rocking red lids.
Grace Kelly on the cover of Glamour magazine, June 1955. (Photo: Glamour) Actress-turned-princess Grace Kelly has been a beauty icon since the moment she appeared alongside Clark Gable and Ava Gardner in Mogambo in 1953. And although she retired from acting at age 26 (to get married to a prince), her elegant and polished style is still emulated on the red carpet today. In honor of what would’ve been her 86th birthday, we decided to take a look back at her June 1955 Glamour magazine cover.
French activist and writer Simone de Beauvoir said, “You are not born woman. You become one.” Well, those are the words Caitlyn Jenner lives by. For the 66-year-old, the past six months have been some of the most monumental in her life: she transitioned in the public eye, posed on the cover of Vanity Fair in lingerie, became an activist, and completely reinvented herself from Olympian and reality star Bruce Jenner to the woman who got up onstage in a fancy updo and custom off-the-shoulder Jeremy Scott gown at Monday night’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards.
According to Reese Witherspoon, there are five words in just every film with a woman in it that employs the phrase: What do we do now? “It’s my most hated question,” the actress said in her speech on Monday night at Glamour’s 2015 Women of the Year Awards. “I dread reading scripts that have no women involved in their creation because inevitably, the girl turns to the guy and says, ‘What do we do now?’” But, she asked the crowd, "Have you ever met a woman in crisis who doesn’t know what to do?“ Reese Witherspoon in an Erdem dress on the red carpet. Like all the roles she’s portrayed throughout her long career, which she described as "passionate strong and flawed, except for [Election’s] Tracy Flick because she was a hundred percent perfect — and she made me say that.” Some might call her ambitious with a negative connotation to it, she’s also a mom and recently started a fashion line, Draper James, but she wants to turn the word into a positive. "Why do people have prejudiced opinions against women who want to accomplish things?
From girl power to female empowerment, Victoria Beckham’s expansive and varied career has been all about the ladies — and a few really special men. At the 2015 Glamour Women of the Year Awards on Monday night where the former singer, fashion designer, philanthropist, and mother was presented with an award, she — and a few friends and ridiculously cute family members — made it abundantly clear why she deserved the award. In a short film, Eva Longoria, Sporty Spice (also formerly known as Mel C.), Anna Wintour, and David Beckham sing (not the to the tune of “Spice Up Your Life”) Victoria’s praises. “She’s done so much charity work, she’s a wonderful parent, she’s a great friend, her business is thriving and I think the thing that threads all of this together is her energy, she never stops,” her former girl group member said. Victoria Beckham accepting her award and throwing up the signature Spice Girls girl power sign.
On Monday night at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Reese Witherspoon, Caitlyn Jenner, Victoria Beckham, Misty Copeland, women impacted by the Charleston shooting, Elizabeth Holmes, Cecile Richards, and the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team were honored as Glamour Women of the Year. Sure, it seems like every other week there’s another women’s magazine handing out an award to some celebrities with their famous friends in the audience at a glitzy event. Instead of Hollywood’s elite coming together to praise each other’s works of art — ugh, ugh, ugh, a thousand ughs — this one took the time to celebrate women who have done extraordinary things from ordinary beginnings, and spoke to the people on how — and why — the could (and should) do the same. Look at Elizabeth Holmes as an example.
Before Melissa Benoist flies onto your TV screen on CBS’s Supergirl on Monday night, get to know the girl behind the cape. Playing Kara Zor-El, Superman’s cousin, the 27-year-old trades after school sessions singing on Glee for saving the world with her superpowers. The biggest difference between the two shows? “Two pairs of tights, Spanx, a harness, a corset,” she tells Glamour.
Photo: Matt Irwin for Glamour Sandra Bullock has a lot of adoring fans — there’s a reason why she was Hollywood’s highest paid actress in 2014 — but her biggest admirer isn’t her son, daughter, or stalker, it’s Zoe Kazan, her co-star in the upcoming political thriller Our Brand Is Crisis. Bullock appears on the cover of Glamour magazine’s November issue and Kazan, playing the smart assistant to the 51-year-old’s power political consultant, was given the opportunity to interview one of the kindest people she’s ever met. Turns out, Bullock is precisely the person off screen that you expect her to be: the aforementioned kind, but also funny, generous, and someone who listens to others with her entire self, as Kazan puts it. The pair sat down the day after the premiere of their movie at the Toronto International Film Festival and while Kazan has respected the fact that Bullock likes to keep her personal private, she jumped at the opportunity to ask one of her heroes everything she “always wanted to know but was too shy to ask.” Sandra Bullock on Glamour’s November cover wearing a coat from The Row and a Dior earring. Photo: Matt Irwin for Glamour Like any good journalist, Kazan knew the key to loosen a subject up is flattery and she lays it on right off the bat by telling Sandy that if she wasn’t a movie star, she’d be the rock of a small town.
Tears, Laughs & Brutal Honesty: What Happens When Exes Confront Each Other Years After Breaking Up Ali and Andrew were college sweethearts. Glamour got the former partners to talk face-to-face about their relationship. In part one of the two part series, Ali confronts Andrew about his infidelity. “Why did I?
In an exclusive interview with Glamour, 17-year-old pint-sized Modern Family star Ariel Winter revealed that she got breast reduction surgery on July 4th — and it greatly improved her life and self-confidence.
Rita Ora covers Glamour UK’s most recent issue, which is a really big deal. To put that into non-fashion speak, landing a coveted September issue cover is basically like winning an Olympic gold medal.
Amy Schumer’s like the female equivalent of Batman: She’s not the hero women necessarily deserve, but she’s what this upside down society needed.
What can’t Taylor Swift conquer? [Insert inappropriate joke about her dating life here.] ForGlamour UK’s June issue, the singer guest-edited the magazine for a #TaylorGlamourTakeover. She appears on the cover in a white laser-cut dress from Valentino and the pages will reveal her “rules for life,” the women who made her, and where she likes to hang out.
According to the magazine’s website, the three are teaming up “to spread a crucial message: This Memorial Day, America’s servicewomen, veterans, and military wives—courageous women—need our help.” In an interview with Glamour’s editor-in-chief, Cindi Leive, the First Lady, Washington, and Parker—who’ve worked together for the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities—sit down in the Blue Room at the White House to discuss how each has been personally touched by men and women who serve, and why they’re joining forces to make a difference. Most of what these men and women need is people in their backyard lending a helping hand.” And Washington, 38, whose father served before she was born, wants to get rid of the elephant in the room that is PTSD.
Shailene Woodley knows what acting's all about. "I'm totally comfortable with nudity," she told Glamour UK in the magazine's April issue. Kate Moss, Beyonc?, Jennifer Aniston, and more have all taken their tops off (but left their pants on) for photoshoots.
Her show-stopping smile was paired with vibrant makeup at nearly every turn and by the end of award season, she’d scored a coveted contract with Lancome. At last night’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards, celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose worked his magic once again. Nyong’o looked ethereal, with a metallic eye and rich, sultry lip to complement her Chanel couture dress.