Anna Wintour's invite list will be a lot easier to narrow down next year, it seems.
"I got to meet Beyoncé and she was like, 'Is this your first Met Gala?' and I was like, 'It's my last.'"
Plus, Future announces a partnership with Reebok.
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"Wintour is coming." *mic drop*
The magazine has a thing for glamorous one pieces.
"'Calling bullshit' in a smart way only strengthens their brand."
"I think there's nothing wrong with being plus size."
Plus, Mila Kunis is producing a comedy about Juicy Couture's founders.
Instead of the sexy-sleek look "The Cal" is known for, Annie Leibovitz took a simple and natural approach to the portraits this year.
Tavi Gevinson, Serena Williams and Amy Schumer are among the women featured in the 43rd edition of the calendar, shot by Annie Leibovitz.
And media conglomerate IMG has acquired The Wall Group.
And Gigi Hadid's apartment is for sale.
She in a Sophie Theallet gown, he in a white shirt and softly draped velvet jacket.
Feminism was alive and well at Glamour's 'These Girls' theater event held at Joe's Pub last night--even if it was of the post-post variety. "I've never burnt a bra, or even thought about burning a bra," said Gloria Steinem when she introduced the show which featured monologues written and performed by Emma Roberts, Dianna Agron, Alexa Chung, Amy Schumer, Lucy Punch and Zosia Mamet. Exploring feminism without submitting to cliches was definitely the theme of the night.