Other than the basics — white, gray, navy, black — there's only one color that Meghan Markle has worn since emerging on the scene in November.
The 'Stranger Things' actress made the touching tribute at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
The TV presenter took to Instagram to question the success of the Time's Up movement
A year after nearly half a million women gathered in Washington, D.C., for the first-ever Women’s March, it’s all about to happen again. But this time, it will look decidedly different.
Time magazine’s latest cover, starring the female-first cast of A Wrinkle In Time, is evoking comparisons to last week’s issue, dedicated to “Person of the Year: The Silence Breakers,” both a homage to fearless women. The film stars Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, Oprah, and Storm Reid (of 12 Years a Slave) and according to Time, producer Catherine Hand made the film 54 years after she, as a 10-year-old, penned a 1963 letter to Walt Disney, begging the movie man to remake her beloved childhood book. The plot entails a 13-year-old girl named Meg who, protected by three female guardian angels called “The Mrs.,” embarks on a multi-dimensional mission to rescue her scientist father.
Just because something starts out with a bang doesn't mean it can't go out with one too. At least if you look at the power of women in the year 2017 as an example.
"Time" magazine’s choice for Person of the Year has been made public, and it’s a whole movement: the people, mostly women, who have named sexual harassers and assaulters. Ironically, the president, who claimed to have been in the running for this designation, is instead one of those who’ve been accused.
Time magazine announces an incredible group of women, 'The Silence Breakers', as the winners of this year's Person of the Year award.
Three years after D&G designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana faced explosive backlash for declaring that IVF babies are “children of chemistry, synthetic children,” Gabbana is issuing a retraction. Sort of.