Eye | Pania Rose & Thaddeus O'Neill Are 'All At Sea', Lensed By Jake Terrey For Vogue Australia January 2018

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Eye | Pania Rose & Thaddeus O'Neill Are 'All At Sea', Lensed By Jake Terrey For Vogue Australia January 2018

Aussie Dutch-Maori model Pania Rose joins her husband Thaddeus O'Neil and son Cas in 'All At Sea', styled by Gillian Wilkins. Photographer Jake Terrey captures the couple for Vogue AustraliaJanuary 2018. Zara Wong conducts the interview. Highlights include:

The family regularly escapes to their organic farm near the ocean on Long Island, where the Perth-born models recharges into her sense of Australian-ness. Rose comments that her work has increased noticeably in the past year. "I thin that's partly because there is more diversity in fashion and advertising these days," she says, noting her mix of freckles from her Dutch side and olive skin from her Maori heritage. It's a marked change from her earlier career, when the US fashion industry demanded the "all-American girl look, and my category of look was considered more exotic."

Next for Rose is an adventure show for television, in which strangers follow her lead. Her husband O'Neil's eponymous fashion label is currently in the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Incubator program, where it has won rave reviews for its unisex design aesthetic inspired by a surf lifestyle. 

Lyn Slater Is Lensed By Helen Eriksson In #ForceOfNatureMedia Project For DTE Studio

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DTE Studio is a branding, creative and digital agency working internationally with partners in lifestyle, luxury and fashion. The agency is launching a new series #ForceOfNatureMedia with Lyn Slater of Accidental Icon as a first act.

Photographer Helen Eriksson captures Slater, styled by Yasmina BenabdelkrimW Magazine profiled Lyn in July 2017 about her sense of style and popular blog Accidental Icon

Alexi Lubomirski Captures Londone Myers With Company In 'Global Style' For Harper's Bazaar US February 2018

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Rising model Londone Myers is styled by Charles Varenne in 'Global Style' , lensed by Alexi Lubomirski . Models Jordan Dollbaum, Chase Gemberling & James Lorenzo join Londone in the sensual excursion for Harper's Bazaar US February 2017./ Hair by Yannick D'Is; makeup by Ralph Siciliano

Hanne van Ooij Poses In 'Les Noces Rebelles' Lensed By Andoni + Arantxa For Grazia France

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Dutch model Hanne van Ooij is a rebellious bride, styled in dreamy femininity from Gucci, Chanel, Zimmermann and more by Laure Orset-Prelet. Photographers Andoni + Arantxa inspire ladies in waiting for Grazia France January 12, 2018.

Alvaro Beamud Cortes Captures Sophia Ahrens In 'Entre Tu Y Yo' For Vogue Spain February 2018

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Models Sophia Ahrens and Felix Gesnouin front 'Entre Tu Y Yo', a collection of tailored relaxed separates and lightweight coats styled by Sara Fernández. Photographer Álvaro Beamud Cortes captures the romantic duo for Vogue Spain February 2018./ Hair by Noelia Corral; makeup by José Belmonte

The Big Women's March On American Politics | Rebecca Traister Digs Deep Into The Women Running

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There's another Women's March brewing, writes Rebecca Traister for New York Magazine. As marchers all over America celebrated the one year anniversary of The Women's March, the largest activist march in American history, on Saturday and Sunday, Traister writes an in-depth look about the unprecedented number of women running for political office across America. 

To date, 390 women are planning to run for the House of Representatives, a figure that’s higher than at any point in American history. Twenty-two of them are non-incumbent black women — for scale, there are only 18 black women in the House right now. Meanwhile, 49 women are likely to be running for the Senate, about 68 percent higher than the number who’d announced at the same point in 2014. 

Of the 49 women currently planning to run for the Senate (including incumbents, challengers, and those running for open spots), 31 are Democrats. Well over half of the 79 women slated to campaign for governor are Dems, as are 80 percent of the women setting their sights on the House.

These women candidates are eying political offices at every level of local, state and national government. But make no mistake: 29-year-old Republican Lindsay Brown calls herself a "qualified millennial woman running a progressive campaign" for a US House seat in New Jersey. Democratic women would be thrilled to see more 70's style Republicans be elected to political office. In fact the very best event that could happen to Republicans is forward-looking, moderate, millennial women winning political office.

10 Interviews Support Sexual Harassment Allegations Against PA (R) Rep. Patrick Meehan

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10 Interviews Support Sexual Harassment Allegations Against PA (R) Rep. Patrick Meehan

Apparently, House Speaker Paul Ryan didn't ask Pennsylvania Republican Representative Patrick Meehan if there was any private reason outside of his position on the House Ethics committee that would prevent him from conducting an effective role in redefining how sexual misconduct claims are handled in Congress.  

Revelations that Congressman Meehan actually made a settlement with a decades younger aide in 2017 caught Speaker Ryan by surprise. AshLee Strong, a spokeswoman for the said that “this is new information to us” when asked about the settlement in a brief interview on Friday.

The New York Times interviewed 10 people including friends and former colleagues of the former aide and others who worked around the office. The young woman is a family friend of the Meehan's and became so demoralized by the Congressman's antagonistic behavior when she became involved with a new boyfriend, that she filed a complaint with the congressional Office of Compliance in the summer of 2017, alleging sexual harassment. The events that followed underscore why women typically don't file complaints against members of Congress. Now Meehan is theoretically empowered to change those procedures with new ones much fairer to victims. The Times writes a Rep. Jackie Speier's playbook expose. Speier's is leading the charge in Congress to reform current procedures:

Toni Garrn Fronts Seafolly's Summer 2018 Campaign, Lensed By Simon Upton

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Top model Toni Garrn is the face of Sea Folly's summer 2018 campaign, styled by Sara Smith in colorful bikinis with underwear inspiration and sleek one-pieces. Simon Upton captures the German beauty and activist on the beaches of Esperance, Australia./ Hair by Sophie Roberts; makeup by Peter Beard. 

Garrn's archives are once again current on AOC and go back to 2011.