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GlamTribale Takes You On A Journey April 18, 2014

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Exhibition Magazine's Smashing Images Of Natasha, Anja, Sasha & Anna By Luigi & Daniele + Iango

Natasha Poly by Luigi, Daniele & Iango for Exhibition Magazine showcases these spectacularly sensual images of Natasha Poly, Anja Rubik, Sasha Luss and Anna Ewers for Exhibition Magazine. Any time Luigi Murenu is teaming his creative vision of female sensuality with photographers Daniele + Iango, the results will be divine provocation that is premium quality and a total tribute to feminine power.

Patti Wilson styles Natasha, Anya & Sasha, with Sissy Vian styling Anna. Patti Wilson chooses archival pieces from Thierry Mugler for Anja’s images. Luigi Murenu is of course in charge of hair. Makeup for Natasha, Anya & Sasha by Kabuki. Makeup for Anna by Fulvia Farolfi.

Natasha Poly by Luigi, Daniele & Iango for Exhibition Magazine


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A Brilliant 'Warrior Stance' By Steven Klein For W Magazine March 2014

The rise of the Smart Sensuality phoenix women is an anchor theme of Anne of Carversville and my jewelry and gift business GlamTribale. Since 2007 I’ve devoted myself to telling women’s stories, exploring the intersections of women’s lives from fashion to the flogging of women for inappropriate dress, the burning of women as witches and millions of atrocities against women world wide.

For obvious reasons, master photographer Steven Klein’s ‘Warrior Stance’ editorial for March 2014 takes my breath away. Models Maria Borges, Joan Smalls, Daria Strokous, Catherine McNeil, Meghan Collison, Ajak Deng, Lily Donaldson, Fei Fei Sun, Jamie Bochert, and Christina Kruse are a fusion mix of unabashed, glittering consumption played against Klein’s stupendous warrior women wearing amulets and tribal-influence jewelry. The entire breathtaking scene is styled by Edward Enninful. Bravo. ~ Anne / Hair by Orlando Pita; makeup by Kabuki


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Sheryl Sandberg & Getty Reboot Stock Photos Portrayal Of Women

The Cut assembled this collection of stock photos as a typical portrayal of women in business.

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Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and her and Getty Images, a large supplier of stock images for business and marketing and publicity materials announced on Monday a new collection of images that represents women and families in more empowering ways. Sandberg is a big advocate for women in leadership roles. The new collection — one that shows men being warm fathers — has 2502 images to date.

The initiative is relevant: The three most-searched terms in Getty’s image database are “women,” “business” and “family.”

“One of the quickest ways to make people think differently about something is to change the visuals around it,” said Cindy Gallop in The New York Times, who started the United States branch of Bartle Bogle Hegarty, the advertising agency. “The thing about these images is they work on an unconscious level to reinforce what people think people should be like.”

The issue of how media covers women in leadership roles has once again intensified with the publication of Sheryl Sandberg’s book ‘LeanIn’ and her foundation, now set to receive 10 percent of revenues from the new project.

TIME magazine’s recent Hillary cover visualizes Clinton as a female giant squashing her male competition.

“At Facebook, I think about the role marketing plays in all this, because marketing is both reflective of our stereotypes and reinforces stereotypes,” Ms. Sandberg said. “Do we partner into sexism or do we partner against sexism?”

In their article Feminism, According to Stock Photography, The Cut scourced the composite above from the search term ‘empowered female’.

In addition to the new collection of stock photos, Getty is also offering two new photography grants. The first, worth $10,000, is for editorial work that “reflects positive images of women and girls in their communities,” and the second, worth $20,000, is for a commercial or creative campaign focused on issues related to Lean In’s mission, according to Mashable.

Hillary As Ruthless Predator

President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton at a 1999 appearance. Image Susan Walsh/Associated Press

Writing for the LA Times, Cathleen Decker takes up the topic of how Hillary Clinton is portrayed not only by the media, but by her opponents.

This subject is front and center again after publication of a piece on the Washington Free Beacon, a conservative website citing papers archived at the University of Arkansas after the death of a close Clinton friend Diane Blair.

The papers expose Hillary Clinton’s frustration with the obsessive examination of her ‘ruthlessness’.  The Blair papers reflected one memo about the 1992 presidential contest and the effort campaign aides placed on humanizing Hillary.

“What voters find slick in Bill Clinton, they find ruthless in Hillary,” the memo said. From her perspective, Clinton said “I gave up my name, got contact lenses, but I’m not going to try to be somebody that I’m not,” according to a Blair memo.

Hillary’s comment that Monica Lewinsky was a “narcissistic loony toon” also came to light in the same week that Rand Paul called Bill Clinton a sexual predator, with an inference that his lack of discretion is relevant to any Hillary Clinton campaign.