When it comes to asking tough questions, let’s just say journalist @KatieCouric
gets right down to business, like "Do you manscape?" Because, duh, it's 2017.
Yes, it IS possible to wear overalls like a grown-up. Swipe for the chicest ways to style your favorite childhood one-piece like an adult. 📸: @gettyimages
will stop calling herself a plus-size woman when the world actually normalizes fat bodies. “Fat people aren’t supposed to think of themselves as fat. We’re supposed to think of ourselves as thin-people-in-progress, as temporary failures who will someday chase down our ‘real’ bodies,” she writes in our September issue. “Plus-size was never a designation I connected with, but it lets me know whether I’m walking into a space where I feel like a human being or a galumphing pariah.” Click the link in bio to read her full essay. | Illustration by @_lauraberger_
Heather Heyer's mother, Susan Bro, gave a powerful speech at the memorial service of her daughter, encouraging us to speak up and turn her death into a rallying fight for justice.
Taking in the views at Frank Sinatra's former home on set of our September cover shoot. @SelenaGomez
When it comes to career advice, @Time
Editor-in-Chief Nancy Gibbs says there is no one-size-fits-all theory. "We've been told to lean in, reach out, plot a course but follow your heart, speak up but listen, focus as you multitask,” she writes in our September issue. "Most women have gotten the advice that you should never cry in front of colleagues, which I’ve done more than once. I’ve come to see vulnerability and a certain amount of emotional exposure as assets rather than risks.” Read her full essay at the link in bio.
For this jewelry designer, diamonds are in her DNA. Watch to find out why Jade Trau only works with the world’s 1% of diamonds! @ForevermarkUSA #partner
Birthday girl Jennifer Lawrence always kills it on the red carpet (and usually in @Dior
!). Swipe for the 27-year-old's best looks. 🎉 📸: @gettyimages
were two of many hip-hop icons who inspired the @MarcJacobs
fall collection. “I was going to rock clubs, but I remember becoming aware of hip-hop and its influence on other music, of Blondie doing ‘Rapture,’ and the style of the way people looked,” says @TheMarcJacobs
in our September issue. “It felt so casual, but it was a specific, decisive choice, like all of a sudden there was this sharpness that came out of casual clothes.” More from his collection at the link in bio. I Photograph by @HypeWilliams