Several stars, including Amy Schumer, are pushing Ivanka Trump — who follows them on Instagram — to do more about family separations.
Amy Schumer isn’t going to let one swimwear designer get her down. After Dana Duggan, owner and designer of South Shore Swimwear, attacked the comedian on social media for appearing on the cover of InStyle in a bathing suit last week, Schumer responded indirectly. The outspoken and unabashed performer posted a slew of pics on Instagram Stories Saturday, each one featuring her in a different swimsuit.
“Comedy queen Amy Schumer makes a splash,” proclaimed InStyle magazine as it posted an image of its current cover girl to Instagram on Wednesday. “Come on now! You could not find anyone better for this cover? Fans were quick to clap back in defense of Schumer.
This time it’s the turn of Amy Schumer to be on the receiving end of the cruel jibes. Over the weekend, rumours started swirling that Amy was set to be cast as Barbie in Mattel’s upcoming live action adaption. The film, which is a mix of animation and live-action, aims to put a modern spin on the way beauty is tied up with identity, and will follow Barbie as she is kicked out of Barbieland and into the real world.
Seriously, when was Khloe Kardashian ever plus sized? People call Khloé Kardashian lots of things — after all, she and her family’s exploits make tabloid headlines daily. Kardashian also touched on the way people used to speak about her body, saying that she didn’t appreciate it when people would describe her as plus-size.
The 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show took place on Wednesday, and while many celebrities sat in the front row, Amy Schumer was not one of them. With her hair in a side braid and a hat on, Schumer struck a butt-back-chest-forward-hands-on-hip pose with a big smile for the camera.
When she’s not giving us the Lols by setting fire to her ladyparts, Amy Schumer is sorting out our life, by coming up with the beauty hack of all beauty hacks.
Thank you @vanityfair and Annie Leibovitz who I had to beg to take this shot A photo posted by @amyschumer on Apr 25, 2016 at 12:13pm PDT Amy Schumer has got an incredible bod, and she’s not afraid to flaunt it - which is just one of the many reasons we love her. But in a new photoshoot for Vanity Fair, she’s taken things to the next level and quite literally set her nether regions on fire. In the snap, shot by the legendary Annie Liebovitz, Amy poses in a “No Coffee, No Workee” T-shirt, without a scrap of underwear in sight. Thanks Annie Leibovitz and Bruce Handy and @kimmykuppkakes for my hairdo and @andrea_tiller for my makeup @deborahlippmann for nails and @carriebyalick for life A photo posted by @amyschumer on Apr 25, 2016 at 5:14am PDT Who’s idea was the off-the-wall shoot? “I begged Annie to photograph me with no underwear on in just a t-shirt,” Schumer tells Vanity Fair in the interview.
On the cover of Glamour’s new special edition plus-size fashion issue (created in collaboration with retailer Lane Bryant), Schumer’s name appears alongside Melissa McCarthy’s, Adele’s, and Ashley Graham’s under the heading “Women Who Inspire Us.” The problem? The comedian and actress took to Instagram Tuesday morning to vent her frustrations, clarifying that she definitely isn’t a plus size person — not that there’s anything wrong with that! “I think there’s nothing wrong with being plus size,” Schumer wrote.
Rumors have been swirling for the past month that BFFs Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer would be showing up to the 2016 Golden Globes together, wearing matching gowns. Schumer arrived on the red carpet first, wearing a black-and-white off-the-shoulder gown by Prabal Gurung.
The 2016 Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning, sending Hollywood stylists and designers into an instant beehive of activity! We may have to wait until January 10th to see what A-listers like Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Schumer, Lady Gaga, and the beloved Lily Tomlin (who is up for two awards!) are planning to wear, but in the interim it’s fun to guess. Here are the dream gowns that we would love to see them in.
Serena Williams, one of the few women who pose topless in the Pirelli calendar, is April. Photo: Annie Leibovitz Even if you’re unfamiliar with the Pirelli Calendar’s origins, it’s easy to guess its history without opening a book (or, more accurately, looking it up on Wikipedia). Starting in 1964, the Italian tire company tapped top models to pose provocatively for famous photographers with the finished product — an overtly sexual flavor-of-the-month compilation — hanging in garages, repair shops, and boys’ bedrooms around the world. Last year stuck with the half-a-century-long theme: Steven Meisel shot Joan Smalls, Adriana Lima, Isabeli Fontana, Gigi Hadid (with her legs spread!) in a BDSM-themed editorial styled by Carine Roitfeld.
Actress and comedian Amy Schumer, who once rented out Jake Gyllenhaal’s apartment and ate his frozen birthday cake, is now trying to rid herself of her own (probably dessert-free) abode. The 850-square-foot, one-bedroom, 1.5-bath townhouse co-op, located in New York’s Upper West Side on West 80th Street by Central Park and the American Museum of Natural History, is on the market for $2.075 million.
Don’t listen to the messages insisting your body needs to fit with impossibly set societal standards — listen to Amy Schumer. The comedienne appeared on the Today Show Friday to discuss body image, her own struggles with it, and her efforts to help change how debilitating poor self esteem can be. “It’s an emotional thing,” she admitted to Maria Shriver about her battle with body issues. “It’s been a struggle for me my whole life, and especially just being in the entertainment industry.
Amy Schumer, Jordin Sparks, and Fergie all wore the same Halston Heritage dress at some point. The campaign has successfully shifted the public’s perception of the mani-cam and the place for “What are you wearing?” has been threatened.
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.