‘Today’ show co-anchor Hoda Kotb brought a flood of smiles and tears to the show set last week, calling in live with news that she and partner Wall Street financier Joel Schiffman have welcomed a second child named Hope Catherine Kotb.
The pervasive rise of model Adut Akech gets another boost, covering the May 2019 issue of Allure US. Daniel Jackson captures Adut, with styling in Prada, Versace, Balenciaga and more by Alex White. / Hair by Ward; makeup by Hannah Murray
Baze Mpinja conducts the interview. ‘Adut’s World’.
The star of BBC’s ‘Killing Eve’ Jodie Comer delivers a superb cover for the May 2019 issue of Town & Country magazine. Comer is styled by Mary Kate Boylan in divine images shot at Mark Hotel’s penthouse suite by Marc Hom. / Hair by Orlando Pita; makeup by Jeanine Lobell
Danielle Stein Chizzik conducts the interview ‘Jodie Comer Is Hollywood’s Next Great Chameleon’.Read More
“We live in a capitalist culture. What makes money is valued. I want this to make a lot of money, because it will change the way that people think about women.”Read More
21 years-old Pakistani activist and Oxford University student Malala Yousafzai and her father Ziauddin have signed with United Talent Agency’s new Culture and Leadership division. which reunites them with their former CAA (Creative Artists Agency) agent turned UTA division head Darnell Strom.Read More
Beyoncé Knowles, dubbed ” the first lady of Everything” by the New York Times announced on Thursday that she’s entering the sneaker wars in the “partnership of a lifetime” with adidas. The duo, according to Beyoncé, share a philosophy “that puts creativity, growth and social responsibility at the forefront of business.”Read More
South African model Thando Hopa covers Vogue Portugal’s April issue with the awesome title ‘Africa Motherland’. The issue is "dedicated to origins and Africa, as the cradle of humanity".
This reality of human existence is the very ‘blood and guts’ of Anne of Carversville and our GlamTribal Jewelry collection.Read More
The popular video streaming service Netflix has hired Kenyan award-winning film maker TV series producer Dorothy Ghettuba to commission more African content. The TV entrepreneur is a co-founder and current CEO of the Nairobi-based Spielworks Media, an African production company launched in 2009.Read More
Synergies between the worlds of fashion and ballet are intense, with Dior Creative Director of Dior Women Maria Grazia Chiuri crediting dance as a major source of inspiration for her designs. In collaboration with Eleonora Abbagnato—the Director of Ballet at the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma and an toile at the Opéra National in Paris—Chiuri’s creations are on stage in Rome from March 29 - April 2.Read More
‘Black-ish’ and ‘Grown-ish’ star Yara Shahidi has been inspired to use her profile for good by social influencers like Beyoncé, Margaret Atwood and Tina Tchen, powerful women who use their status to "inform politics through cultural ways". She extends her public narrative, covering the Summer 2019 issue of Porter Magazine, lensed by Cass Bird, with styling by Elissa Santisi.
AOC previews Shahidi’s Porter Magazine editorial and key points from Yara’s interview with Lucy Walker.