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  • Meryl Streep fans celebrate star's ageless beauty on her birthday: 'Like a fine wine'

    The 'Mamma Mia!' actor previously admitted to having no confidence in her beauty when younger.

  • Meryl Streep, 70, steps out in a stunning Givenchy dress at Venice Film Festival

    The actress showed her playful side in a vibrant Japanese-style gown

  • Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep join fellow Big Little Lies co-stars at NYC premiere

    The cast reunited for the season 2 premiere in New York.

  • Meryl Streep says she doesn’t agree with the term ‘toxic masculinity’

    Meryl Streep has expressed her opposition to the term “toxic masculinity“, stating her view that use of the expression can be harmful for boys.The actor made her comments while taking part in a Q&A for the upcoming second season of acclaimed television show Big Little Lies, in which Streep is a new cast member.During the talk, which was hosted by Vanity Fair, Streep addressed the topic of toxic masculinity while discussing an anecdote about a male fan who had told Nicole Kidman that he enjoyed the show.The three-time Oscar winner explained that she dislikes the term because, in her opinion, all individuals can exhibit toxic behaviour, regardless of gender.“Sometimes I think we’re hurt. We hurt our boys by calling something toxic masculinity. I do,” Streep said. “And I don’t find [that] putting those two words together... because women can be pretty f***ing toxic.”“It’s toxic people,” the Suffragette star said. “We have our good angles and we have our bad ones.”Streep added that she thinks labels can be “less helpful” than direct communication when calling out detrimental behaviour.“We’re all on the boat together. We’ve got to make it work,” she said.Toxic masculinity refers to certain forms of behaviours and attitudes commonly associated with men that are perceived as being harmful, such as repressing emotion and acting in an aggressive manner.The Good Men Project, an initiative which aims to encourage an “international conversation about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century”, describes toxic masculinity as a form of manhood that’s “defined by violence, sex, status and aggression”.“One of the ways that masculinity sometimes manifests is through toxic behaviour which ultimately ends in violence, and that violence either is enacted on men themselves, or on other people,” said Tom Ross-Williams, an activist and ambassador for the Great Men Project.“I think it’s a process of micro-aggressions that escalate to a point where violence is enacted on the world.”For all the latest news on the second season of Big Little Lies, click here.

  • Meryl Streep is still wearing black

    Days after the actress wore black to the Golden Globes to support sexual harassment and assault victims, Meryl Streep hit the red carpet in a black tuxedo.

  • Actresses may wear black to the Golden Globes to protest sexual harassment. Is that 'slacktivism'?

    Actress Amber Tamblyn: "Our movement is big. And a black dress is just the beginning of the darkness that will be drained from every industry across the country by the time we’re done. That’s a promise.”

  • Rose McGowan criticises actresses planning to wear black at Golden Globes

    Actress Rose McGowan has spoken out against her peers who have refused to speak up in the wake of Hollywood's sexual harassment scandals.

  • Zendaya, Gigi, and all the other celebs wearing chic coats that serve for both fashion and function

    Celebrities are notorious for dressing for the wrong weather, often being seen in looks that don’t correspond with the temperature. But from the looks of Zendaya’s recent spree wearing super chic coats, it seems like some celebs are finally catching onto the cold.In a number of her appearances for the upcoming film The Greatest Showman, Zendaya has been rocking gorgeous coats that actually seem to be serving a weather-related purpose. From stepping out in designer knee-length statement coats to layering with a puffer, the actress is making coats look cool — and she’s not alone.Gigi and Bella Hadid have both recently been seen layering up in jackets of their own, while Meryl Streep kept warm on a red carpet. Click through to see how all these celebs are rocking coats in the cutest — and most sensible — ways.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:• Kaia Gerber wears a bucket hat and crop top while out with Kendall Jenner• From ‘Nasty Woman’ to ‘Feminist AF’: What the year in T-shirt politics looked like• 3 coats you should wear this winterFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • Meryl Streep’s Handbag Shows Her Love for the Obamas

    On Tuesday, Meryl Streep was photographed on the set of her upcoming film carrying a stylish purse bearing an image of former President Obama and wife Michelle.

  • Celebrities Love the Dress Over Pants Look

    Zoe Saldana’s ensemble at the 2016 AMAs resurrected a trend that’s been seen on many high-profile starlets, including Emma Watson, Rita Ora and Chrissy Teigen.

  • Meryl Streep’s Elie Saab at the Oscars Was Worth That Chanel Controversy

    After days of back-and-forth sniping between Meryl Streep and Karl Lagerfeld over her Oscars gown, all eyes were on the actress tonight. What dress caused her to allegedly ditch Chanel at the last minute?

  • Meryl Streep won't wear Chanel to the Oscars unless the brand pays her

    Karl Lagerfeld has never been one to remain silent. Speaking to WWD, Lagerfeld revealed that Meryl Streep had chosen a grey silk gown from Chanel’s recent couture collection for the 2017 Oscars. The actress, who is nominated for an Oscar for Florence Foster Jenkins, approached the Parisian house, asking for the dress to be adjusted with a higher neckline.

  • What Jennifer Lopez, Reese Witherspoon, and Nicole Kidman Looked Like at the 2007 Oscars Is Shocking

    Oh, where does the time go? The 2007 Oscars took place on February 25, and the night’s big winners were Forest Whitaker for Last King of Scotland, Helen Mirren for The Queen, and Jennifer Hudson in her breakthrough role in Dreamgirls. As for red-carpet winners: We loved As for red-carpet winners: We loved Emily Blunt‘s strapless Calvin Calvin number (who walked the red carpet to support The Devil Wears Prada) and Meryl Streep‘s relaxed yet ladylike Prada frock. Maybe it’s the water.

  • Your guide to this year's hottest red carpet fashion trends

    Awards season is well underway and the red carpets have been filled with our favourite A-listers slaying it in the style stakes. Although each celeb dons their very own lustworthy couture gown, we have seen a few trends occurring from The Golden Globes, SAG Awards, Bafta’s and Grammy’s. From low-plunging necklines, bright yellow hues and dreamy ruffled numbers. Here are the top trends emerging from the red carpets this season.

  • 15 of Meryl Streep's most memorable quotes

    Known as the best actress of her generation (or perhaps ever), Meryl Streep has been killing it in Hollywood since 1971. At the 2017 Golden Globes, she hit back at Donald Trump’s failures in a damning speech that was watched by millions.

  • Meryl Streep Dusts Off American Flag Dress For Democratic National Convention

    What does one wear to a Democratic National Convention? You may recognise the Catherine Malandrino number. Halle Berry got there first, famously showcasing it on a promotional tour for ‘Swordfish’ back in 2001 and Katy Perry got was patriotic goals for Americans globally while wearing the French fashion designer’s dress on Independence Day in 2013.

  • You Won’t Believe What 20-Something Meryl Streep Had to Put Up With

    In his new book, Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep, New Yorker contributor Michael Schulman tells the story of Meryl Streep’s first decade as an actor.

  • Meryl Streep’s Never Looked More Delicious!

    An Instagram account called Taste of Streep, dedicated to showing Meryl Streep with various types of food, is taking the internet by storm.

  • Sensational Over Sixty: The Celebs Inspiring Us To Embrace Ageing – Not Fear It

    Growing older is something that many of us freak out about, but hearing what these famous sexagenarians have to say about life, ageing, body image and confidence calms us down considerably. As well as growing more stylish with age, these awe-inspiring women appear to be more comfortable in their own skin than ever before, largely because they’re embracing their senior years instead of wishing themselves younger.  Which celebs do you look to for inspiration? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK

  • Helen Mirren, Meryl Streep And Jane Fonda Outshine Younger Stars At Hollywood Gala

    Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, including Cate Blanchett, Carey Mulligan and Rachel Weisz, gathered in California last night for the annual AMPAS Governors Awards. But it was the more mature stars who stole the red carpet, proving how honed-to-perfection their style is after years of practice. Dame Helen Mirren, Meryl Streep and Jane Fonda all proved that age is just a number as they showed off their sartorial prowess at the glam gala. Meanwhile, new mums Carey Mulligan and Zooey Deschanel showed off their enviable post-pregnancy bodies while Rooney Mara opted to wear a slightly unexpected ensemble.

  • Meryl Streep: ‘Women’s Issues Are Men’s Problems’

    I watched on as the women discussed what early 20th century feminists like Emmeline Pankhurst (Streep’s character in the film and a leader of the movement in Great Britain) would think of the state of women’s issues today. Historian Simon Schama moderated the panel and posed this question: If the suffragettes were here today to see the women in the world, what would they say to us?

  • Surprise! Carey Mulligan Returns to the Red Carpet, Minus One Baby Bump

    Carey Mulligan at the premiere for Suffragette in England. Photo: Getty Images Actress Carey Mulligan has built up quite a reputation for being notoriously tight-lipped. She was equally hush-hush about her ultra-private farm wedding in 2012 to musician Marcus Mumford as she was about her pregnancy, which she concealed by wearing strategically fitted gowns on the red carpet. (See: Her loose, black Balenciaga halter dress at the 2015 Met Gala this past May, and a structured maroon gown—also by Balenciaga—at the 2015 Tony Awards in June.)

  • Meryl Streep: ‘There Isn’t a Man in this Audience Who Could Out-Lift Serena Williams’

    Over Labor Day weekend, the first screening for Meryl Streep’s upcoming British period film, Suffragette, opened the Telluride Film Festival. Yahoo Beauty’s editor in chief Bobbi Brown hosted a party afterwards to celebrate the film and the three-time Academy-Award winner. The movie is about the late 19th century and early 20th century women’s movement to gain the right to vote.