GlamTribale ENGAGE!

Sign up for the weekly Engage newsletter to receive:
- news about empowering women
- striking fashion and style features
- visuals and writings of the sensual, creative, and feminine
- GlamTribale goddess jewelry exclusive discounts and special news

Sample Newsletter:

GlamTribale Takes You On A Journey April 18, 2014

New Today!

All posts, all channels

Follow Anne on Pinterest

All Anne Enke Pinterest boards

Support Anne Enke, and Anne of Carversville on GoFundMe


Othilia Simon Scores In 'Performance', Lensed By Jean-Baptiste Mondino For Numéro #150 February 2014

Model Othilia Simon expresses a fragile but powerful, true-grit romanticism in ‘Performance’, styled by Vanessa Metz Jean-Baptiste Mondino captures Othilia’s trained, body in motion for Numéro #150 February 2014. / Hair by Guillaume Bérard; makeup by Carole Colombani


Click to read more ...


Beyoncé & Jay Z 'Drunk In Love Grammy 2014 Performance

AOC stands with Alyssa Rosenberg writing for ThinkProgress Beyoncé and Jay-Z Made the Case for Marriage That Conservatives Can’t.

Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Jay-Z got on the Grammy stage last night and did what conservatives have been dying for someone to do for ages: they made marriage look fun, and sexy, and a source of mutual professional fulfillment. As Caitlin White wrote in her review of Beyoncé’s self-titled album: “She claims female pleasure as pure and grown, something dominant that can coexist with monogamy and marriage and her own status as an artist.” And that’s particularly true of the song Beyoncé and Jay-Z chose for their Grammys collaboration

“Drunk In Love” is raunchy, fun and even silly. “Why can’t I keep my fingers off it, baby? I want you,” Beyoncé sings. She teases her partner, who both in the real-life creation of the song and its narrative, is her husband Jay-Z, “Can’t keep your eyes off my fatty, daddy, I want you.” It’s a song about flirting, about going out and partying, about having fantastic, adventuresome, totally enthralling sex–with your spouse.

What a staggering visual and musical statement about female sexuality and empowerment coupled with an engaged, adoring husband. ~ Anne


Mario Sorrenti's 'Irrésistibles' With Amanda, Andreea, Tanya, Vanessa & Sam For Vogue Paris February 2014

Smart Sensuality women photographer par excellence Mario Sorrenti captures Amanda Murphy. Andreea Diaconu, Tanya Katysheva, Vanessa Axente and Sam Rollinson as divinely wanton women in ‘Irrésistibles’. Jane How styles the quintet in ethereal, lacey designs with edge for Vogue Paris February 2014./ Hair by Recine; makeup by Aaron de Mey


Click to read more ...