Sophia the Robot may only be two years old, but she’s already the cover star of a British fashion magazine — and she’s not the only robot making her editorial debut. For the 400th issue of Stylist magazine, the UK-based team handed their duties over to a cohort of automated brains and bodies. Filling in for the roles of features editor, two contributing editors, and a beauty editor, the editorial staff found out what it might be like if — when — robots take charge.
Beneath my skin-tight Burberry leather jacket, a pair of elongated Tommy Hilfiger sleeves comprises my oversized Menswear sweatshirt. I adore the contrast of harmonising ‘large’ with ‘small’, and ‘baggy’ with ‘tight’ clothing.
For those unfamiliar with Christine Centenera, think of her as the Grace Coddington of Australia. Her day job is at Vogue Australia, but she also dresses Kim Kardashian.
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.