Model Hedvig Palm gets high falutin' in 'A Regency Romance' styled by Miranda Almond. Photographer Richard Phibbs captures the grandeur for Harper's Bazaar UK December 2017./ Hair by Alain Pichon; makeup by Florrie White
Model Meghan Collison fronts 'French Cabaret Star', styled by Katerina Zolototrubova in pink and black lingerie-inspired looks. Olivier Zahm is behind the lens for Vogue Russia December 2017./ Hair by Seb Bascle; makeup by Kathy le Sant
Model Danielle Ellsworth is styled by Samira Nasr in 'Viva La Fashion Revolution', lensed by Graciela Iturbide for Elle US December 2017./ Hair & makeup by Peter Cortés
Sweden's Kerkko Sariola is styled by Tuomas Laitinen in 'Palomo Spain!' lensed by Osma Harvilahti for SSAW Magazine Fall/Winter 2017/ Hair by Ramona Eschbach
Model Sean Levy is styled in athletic, minimal athletic looks by fashion editor Roberta Rusconi. Photographer team Van Mossevelde + N are in the studio for D La Repubblica./ Hair by Marco Minunno
Actor Kate Beckinsale joins Alek Wek, Arizona Muse and Karmen Pedaru as one of Glass Magazine's 'Autumn Heroines'. Lensed by Robert Ascroft, Beckinsale is styled by Danni + Emma, in Miu Miu, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel and more.
The actor was among the first women to condemn disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, asserting that her spurning him also hurt her career. After detailing her first meeting with Weinstein in what is now the proverbial naked under the bathrobe meeting in his hotel room -- where a teenage Beckinsale explained she had to do to school --the actor wrote that she rejected Weinstein's sexual advances many times. People recaps:
“I said no to him professionally many times over the years-some of which ended up with him screaming at me calling me a c— and making threats, some of which made him laughingly tell people oh ‘Kate lives to say no to me,’ ” she recalled.
Model Sophie Ascroft extends the season's love affair with sleek elegance and menswear tailoring in 'Alone in the Woods', styled by Dylan Joel. Photographer Melinda Cartmer captures Sophie for Factice Magazine Fall 2017./ Hair by Renee Sayed; makeup by Jessica Chapman
Angelina Jolie remains one of the strongest voices for women worldwide, and she did not hold back in addressing the UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial Conference in Vancouver on Tuesday with her keynote speech.
“Sexual violence is everywhere – in the industry where I work, in business, in universities, in politics, in the military, and across the world,” she said during her keynote address on Wednesday. “All too often, these kinds of crimes against women are laughed off, depicted as a minor offense by someone who cannot control themselves, as an illness, or as some kind of exaggerated sexual need,” she continued. “But a man who mistreats women is not oversexed. He is abusive.”
Jolie didn't specifically address the Harvey Weinstein fury, although Angelina has previously told the New York Times that she rejected Mr. Weinstein's unwanted advances in a hotel room in the late 1990s, never again worked with the disgraced producer and warned other women about not working with Weinstein.
In her Vancouver speech, Angelina Jolie cited violence against women -- and specifically the female Rohingya refugees seeking asylum in Bangladesh -- as "a critical obstacle to achieving women's equality and our full human rights."
Top model Malgosia Bela self-styles in classic, fluid, easy pieces lensed by Chris Colls in 'Bela Epoque' for InStyle US December 2017.
Céline Creative Director Phoebe Philo reminds us why modern women love her design aesthetic. Models Binx Walton and Selena Forrest showcase the Spring 2018 collection, lensed by Talia Chetrit./ Hair by David Harborow; makeup by Stephanie Kunz