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Chloë Grace Moretz spilled to Glamour that designers won’t lend her clothes until she turns 20, and appeared sympathetic to their claims that customers don’t want to see a $50,000 gown on a 16-year-old. But the suit she wore to the photocall of her new film Kick-Ass 2 this morning suggests she might have taken the offense to heart.
While us Americans don’t fare so well under Barbara Hulanicki’s jurisdiction, the spread in Glamour’s September issue starring Sam Claflin and Jena Malone is an ode to the era the catapulted her to success: The Swinging Sixties. Or if for some reason, you’re more versed in Diane Vreeland jargon, the Youthquake movement. The stars might be in their late twenties, but dressed in the modish styles they looks as if they’ve just left a Beatles show at The Casbah Coffee Club.
Whether in a flash of genius over brunch with friends or in an MBA classroom, just about everyone has mulled over the idea of starting a business. Last night, Glamour celebrated women who are making it happen with “Secrets of Start-Up Queens” at the 92Y, and a panel of heavyweight experts: Iman, who founded her cosmetics and skincare line in 1994, Dylan Lauren, founder and CEO of Dylan’s Candy Bar, social media maestro Coco Rocha, Refinery29′s Piera Gelardi, and SoulCycle co-founder Elizabeth Cutler. Aspiring entrepreneurs, take heed: these women really know what they’re talking about.
One thing we learned Monday night at Glamour‘s “These Girls” event? Gloria Steinem’s favorite word is “fan-f*cking-tastic”. Another thing we learned? Well, a lot actually, since that was just the first tidbit of wisdom from an evening of hilarious, personal, and poignant monologues by Alexa Chung, Emma Roberts, Zosia Mamet, Dianna Agron, Lucy Punch, and Amy Schumer on being a young woman in today’s crazy world.
Hayden Panettiere fronts the May issue of Glamour, and while she looks every bit the summer goddess in yellow Dolce & Gabbana on the cover, the spread has us scratching our heads.
Taylor Swift‘s face has been smiling, smizing, and otherwise staring out at us from newsstands everywhere for the better part of the past year. The 23-year-old kicked off her cover spree with Vogue‘s February 2012, and since then has covered Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, and Vanity Fair, to say nothing of the countless tabloid covers she’s popped up on with boyfriends Conor Kennedy and Harry Styles (They’re on the rocks! They’re moving in together! He’s cheating!). It’s enough to make even the biggest fan of Swift’s music feel exhausted. And, lo and behold, WWD published their report of 2012 newsstand sales today, and it looks like Swift’s covers haven’t been the sales coup the publishers were expecting. But why? We have some hypotheses.
Glamour just launched a new Latina-focused magazine, Glam Belleza Latina. To celebrate the debut, editor Veronica Chambers and contributing editor Hilaria Thomas Baldwin hosted a SoulCycle session last night, and we got the chance to chat beauty — inside and out.
It’s no shirt, no pants, no problem for the star in this feature.
To say that the fashion industry loves cats would be an understatement. Choupette is becoming more famous than her owner Karl Lagerfeld, Grace Coddington designed a bag inspired by Pumpkin, and Agent Provocateur‘s Valentine’s Day ad is one naughty double entendre. Now it’s Glamour‘s turn, with four nights of feline-centric fêtes for fashion insiders and the public.
We all know the ins and outs of wardrobe staples — a plain white tee, dark denim, and a timeless LBD come to mind — but the same goes for beauty. We wanted to find out the must-have products that our favorite fashion insiders never leave home without: the go-to goodies that instantly put a pep in our most stylish friends’ steps. This week, Glamour‘s new executive beauty director Ying Chu spills her favorite blush that even has professional makeup artists wondering her secret.
Back in 2011, Marc Jacobs caused a bunch of hullaballoo with his Oh, Lola! fragrance ad featuring Dakota Fanning, which was banned in the UK for “sexualizing a child“. Fanning hasn’t said anything about the banned ad — until Glamour‘s March issue.
It’s not every day that a magazine’s editor-in-chief throws a huge party to celebrate a new hire, but that was the case last night at the trendy No. 8 club in New York City’s Meatpacking District where Glamour‘s Cindi Leive held a bash for the mag’s new executive beauty director Ying Chu.
In yesterday’s New York Times, the paper presented irrefutable evidence that our culture is going to the dogs: women’s magazines have begun to use profanity. The horror! Or so they once thought.
It may not even be January yet, but the first of the February glossies are already hitting the newsstand, and we’ve got our hands on Glamour‘s just-released cover, starring Zooey Deschanel.
This cover is a far departure from the one she shot for Vogue‘s December issue, but we love it just as much!
Selena Gomez may be only 20 years old, but she’s accomplished far more than we did when we were her age. Like being the youngest ever U.S. ambassador for UNICEF, busting out super catchy songs, landing Glamour‘s December cover, and being named the mag’s Woman of the Year. Did we mention she’s only 20?
We all know the ins and outs of wardrobe staples — a plain white tee, dark denim, and a timeless LBD come to mind — but the same goes for beauty. We wanted to find out the exact must-have products that our favorite fashion insiders never leave home without: the go-to goodies that instantly put a pep in our most stylish friends’ steps. This week, Glamour’s fashion editor-at-large Louise Roe gives us the deets on her favorite blush and primer.
While you were sleeping last night, Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts, Freida Pinto, and more ladies took to the red carpet. But who looked best?