Model Ronja Furrer communes with nature, styled in pastoral simplicity by Hannah Godde. Photographer Andreas Ortner captures the warmth of a fall sun for Harper's Bazaar Czech September 2017./ Hair by makeup by Helge Henry Branscheidt
Rabbi Emeritus Haskel Lookstein and his successors Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz and Rabbi Elie Weinstock,sent a letter Wednesday night to members of New York's Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun In New York. Rabbi Lookstein oversaw Ivanka's conversion to Judaism in 2010.
The rabbis said: "We are appalled by this resurgence of bigotry and antisemitism, and the renewed vigor of the neo-Nazis, KKK, and alt-right." The letter continued: "While we avoid politics, we are deeply troubled by the moral equivalency and equivocation President Trump has offered in his response to this act of violence."
Other Jewish leaders spoke out on Wednesday. the Republican Jewish Coalition is calling on the president to “provide greater moral clarity in rejecting racism, bigotry, and anti-Semitism.”
In another bold stance registered against Trump's embrace of white nationalism,
James Murdoch, the chief executive of 21 Century Fox and the son of Trump ally Rupert Murdoch, donated $1 million to the ADL (Anti-Defamation League) and asked his friends and colleagues to consider supporting the organization as well.
Apple CEO Tim Cook pledged that his company will donate $1 million each to ADL and the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center). Apple also will match employee donations to the two groups and others two for one through September, according to a memo Cook wrote Wednesday night obtained by BuzzFeed News.
Cook said he strongly disagrees with US President Donald Trump’s comparison between the neo-Nazi and white supremacist protesters and those who opposed their rally in Charlottesville.
“Hate is a cancer,” Cook wrote. “This is not about the left or the right, conservative or liberal. It is about human decency and morality.”
Top model Barbara Palvin smolders with Jordan Barrett, styled by Alison Edmond in Sacai, Coach, Alexander McQueen, Etro and more. The duo are featured as leading the model movement in images byBeau Grealy for California's C Magazine September 2017.
Model Hana Jirickova takes a stand on more than fashion, styled by Sara Fernandez in 'Partir la Pana'. Photographer Gorka Postigo lenses Hana for Vogue Spain September 2017./ Makeup by Jose Belmonte; hair by Manu Fernandez
Until Thursday, when she spoke to MSNBC's Katy Tur, Bro acknowledged that the White House was trying to reach her but she was overwhelmed. Having watched no coverage of her daughter's death, this eloquent Virginia woman, who shared her daughter's commitment to social justice, didn't know until Thursday that the President of the United States had said on Tuesday at a rogue press conference that there were "very fine people" in the crowd of Nazis, KKK members, and white nationalists whose presence in Thomas Jefferson's home unleashed hatred, bigotry, violence and death.
Speaking with Tur, Bro pushed back on President Trump's insistence that there is blame "on both sides", saying that her daughter was a peaceful protester. After having more time to reflect and probably reading about the avalanche of criticism hitting Trump from every corner over his rogue comments that supported white nationalism, Bro was clear about what she wanted to say when hooked up to ABC's Good Morning America and co-host Robin Roberts.
Model Isabella Emmack suits up in 'Runway To Elleway', styled by Samira Nasr. Paola Kudacki is behind the lens for Elle US September 2017./ Hair by Lacy Redway; makeup by Georgi Sandev
Bella Hadid joins forces with Jordan Barrett in Vogue Australia's September 2017 cover story lensed byJackie Nickerson.