Kim Kimble Tells All About the Hairstyles in A Wrinkle In Time [The Cut]
Oprah Winfrey goes blond, Reese Witherspoon becomes a redhead, and Mindy Kaling has elaborate braids for the Disney film A Wrinkle in Time, out tomorrow. Celeb hairstylist Kim Kimble, who frequently works with Beyonce, headed up the film’s hair department; here, she dishes on the story behind all these looks (plus Zach Galifianakis’ man bun) and the message that Ava DuVernay wanted Storm Reid’s hairdo to convey. (For a rundown on the film’s fashion looks, click here.)
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Reese Witherspoon and Danai Gurira Speak at U.N. Women Panel [People]
Black Panther actress Danai Gurira and Reese Witherspoon made powerful statements today during a U.N. Women panel at the United Nations headquarters in New York in celebration of International Women’s Day. In tears, Gurira spoke about meeting female survivors of sexual abuse and harassment in Liberia, while Witherspoon got into the origins of the Time’s Up movement last October and her own sexual assault at age 16. She also thanked Elizabeth Arden for its $1 million pledge to the U.N. Women’s fund today and for creating a limited-edition lipstick for the cause — Witherspoon serves as that company’s “storyteller-in-chief.”
Elle Fanning, Camila Cabello and Aja Naomi King Cover Glamour’s April Issue [Glamour]
The April edition of Glamour magazine, dubbed The Beauty Issue, features actresses Elle Fanning and Aja Naomi King with singer Camila Cabello — all three are signed with L’Oreal Paris. Inside, the trio talks about what beauty means to them. Fanning challenges the outdated beauty ideals of straight hair and no glasses, as glamorized in The Princess Diaries. Cabello chats about her immigrant background (“I didn’t see myself represented in pop culture”), the beauty of imperfection versus “unrealistic images of girls” on social media, and her dislike of red lipstick. King gets into the need for more diversity in the entertainment industry and the power of embracing all types of beauty looks: “I love it when I see natural hair on TV, but I also love it when I see black women in straight hair. Or in wigs. Or in braids.”
“When you look at the cover with me, Aja, and Elle, you see different body shapes, different skin tones, different backgrounds. It just shows you that beauty looks like everybody, you know?” As @camila_cabello pointed out, beauty has many forms. For the cover of our April issue, we sat down with these remarkable women to talk about how our definitions of beauty are finally shifting, and what beauty means to them. Tap the #linkinbio to read the full covers story. Photographer: Olivia Malone; Stylist: Simon Robins
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LVMH Joins French Task Force on Gender Inequality [WWD]
LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton has marked International Women’s Day by signing on to the French task force on gender equality established by the World Economic Forum — a priority for French President Emmanuel Macron. LVMH board member and Berluti CEO Antoine Arnault noted that 73 percent of LVMH’s 145,000 employees are women and said that the efforts would “enhance competitiveness.” In 2013, LVMH signed the U.N. Women’s Empowerment Principles, making this the company’s second international commitment.
LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has marked International Women’s Day by signing on to the French task force on gender equality established by the World Economic Forum– a priority for Frencb President Emmanuel Macron. LVMH board member and Berluti CEO Antoine Arnault noted that 73 percent of LVMH’s 145,000 employees are women and said that the efforts would “enhance competitiveness.” In 2013, LVMH signed the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles, making this the company’s second international commitment.
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