Rebel Wilson is an actor, writer, producer and all-round hilarious lady — now she can add magazine cover girl to that list! Glamour UK released the cover of its annual Women of the Year issue to coincide with their Women of the Year Awards, which were held on Tuesday night, and Rebel is front and centre, posing in a bubble bath. “Thank you Glamour UK for making me a covergirl . . . My first ever magazine cover,” the actress tweeted, and on top of that she was awarded the Film Actress prize on the night, and had it presented to her by fellow Aussie Kylie Minogue. She also shared an anecdote with the publication about doing a TV show episode with Joan Collins years ago, and how Joan thought she was one of the caterers. “Now I see her here, she’s presenting an award, I’m getting an award . . . My, what two years can do.”
Many of England's finest hit the red carpet last night in London for the annual Glamour UK Women of the Year Awards. Victoria Beckham, who wore a black Marc Jacobs pantsuit, brought her son Brooklyn as her date for the award ceremony, which honours the most inspirational ladies in various fields, from entertainment and sports to politics and business. While walking the red carpet, Victoria was asked what her husband, David Beckham, was up to following his soccer retirement. She replied that David has "lots of clever ideas."
While David was unable to attend the Glamour UK Awards, other stars like model Cara Delevingne and singers Rita Ora, Kylie Minogue and Ellie Goulding mingled at the glossy event, where American television actress Hayden Panettiere also made an appearance in a striped dress before heading inside. Rebel Wilson was also in attendance. Click through to see all of this year's glamorous arrivals!
US Glamour's second-ever "These Girls" event, which benefits the Urban Arts Partnership, brought out plenty of funny ladies to take the stage at Joe's Pub in NYC last night. Amy Poehler was accompanied by Emma Roberts, Alexa Chung, Dianna Agron, Girls star Zosia Mamet, and more to perform both inspiring and hilarious personal essays ranging from sex and awkwardness to the hardships of growing up. Emma, who departed the event in the company of her boyfriend, Evan Peters, hit the stage to address her attempt to ditch Hollywood in pursuit of normal college life, revealing, "I was so busy pretending to experience everything [on screen], I forgot to experience real life." Amy was back for a second time after participating at the inaugural "These Ladies" show in October, when she was accompanied by Olivia Wilde, America Ferrera, Rashida Jones and Aubrey Plaza.
Jenna Dewan appears inside the new May 2013 issue of US Glamour, which features Hayden Panettiere on the cover. Inside the edition, Jenna spoke about her career and her marriage to Channing Tatum. Jenna and Channing are expecting their first child together this year, and she showed off her growing baby bump in the accompanying shots from photographer Pamela Hanson. Jenna spoke to a reporter from the magazine about prepping for motherhood and gave insight into how she and Channing make everything work as a team. Here are highlights from Jenna Dewan in Glamour:
- On her marriage: "Most actors and actresses are consumed by careers and getting ahead. Channing and I are ambitious, but our relationship comes first. We take everything day by day, saying, 'OK, how can we make this work together?'"
- On her body changing during pregnancy: "I thought my body was going to change so quickly with pregnancy that I'd freak out. But it was really gradual. There's a reason women are pregnant for nine months; by the end, you're ready to have this baby. Channing has been great. He takes the route of no confrontation, just support, saying things like, 'Do whatever you want! What do you want to eat? I'm going to leave it up to you.'"
- On their parenting styles: "Who knows what kind of parents we'll be? We have two dogs, so we've had some practice! And as soon as this baby comes into the world, Channing and I will figure it out real fast."
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- Like the velvet one? Get ready for the new satin star from Nars — Glamour
- Backstage with Peter Philips at Chanel Paris fashion week — Style.com
- Cara Delevingne suffers from psoriasis and eats Maccas! — The Cut
- Mac Cosmetics' Archie's Girls, up close and personal — Beauty Hunter
- Is Kate Middleton having a girl? — Us Weekly
- Kate Hudson reveals the secret to her post-baby body — PopSugar Australia
- Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham as the Queen — Racked
- More Mac Cosemtics, this time the lipglass on eyelids — Garance Doré
Kate Hudson showed off her fit physique on the cover of US Glamour's April issue. She showed skin inside the publication as well and shared that "dancing, Pilates, and running after Bing" keep her in shape. Kate talked more about her boys, who she's been travelling with lately, and explained the reasons behind her desire to act with director Mira Nair. Kate will be back on the big screen later this year in Mira's The Reluctant Fundamentalist, but first she'll release her capsule collection for Ann Taylor. Here's more from Kate Hudson in Glamour:
- On what she's reluctant about: "Not much! If I think about my life, I'm not reluctant about taking chances. I'm definitely not reluctant about relationships."
- On her sons: "He's [Bingham's] sprinting! And he's got a natural mullet, which I'm cutting soon. It's growing only in the back, so we in the family say he takes after my Gogie — you know, Kurt [Russell] — because Kurt was a mullet guy in the eighties. Bing's been singing too. He loves music. And Ryder is the coolest cat — an amazing big brother, so patient and tolerant. Bing pulls his hair, and Ryder just laughs. He's such a good person. I couldn't be a prouder mummy."
- On choosing to act: "There's a misconception that if you come from famous parents, you're seeking fame for the sake of fame. I see it as the opposite: growing up with parents who were in the spotlight — it was almost like, Wow, if I didn't love to create characters, I would run as far away from fame as I could get. But I love performing."
Fragrant oils have long been used throughout history, but leave it to the French to transform the art of perfumery into what it is today. From many raw materials being grown in the fields of Grasse to Coco Chanel's first-ever fragrance, French perfumes have made their mark in pop culture. In tribute to Paris Fashion Week, we're taking a look back at vintage perfume ads of some of the most iconic French fragrances.
Anne Hathaway graces the cover of US Glamour's January 2013 issue. She's kicking off the New Year by raising awareness for violence against women with One Billion Rising, a movement founded by Eve Ensler that aims to get one billion people out in the streets dancing on Feb. 14. While Anne's focused on her charitable work, she's also in the middle of a busy press tour for Les Misérables, which opens on Boxing Day. Anne talked to Eve about her involvement in the organisation, her movie star status, and being a newlywed with husband Adam Shulman. Here's more from Anne Hathaway in Glamour:
- On marriage: "It's wonderful. I feel like I've found my other half, and I'm so excited about getting to love him for the rest of our lives. I would never have gotten married if it weren't for him. You have to want to be married to someone. You have to feel that reciprocated. Marriage for marriage's sake doesn't make any sense to me, and I found someone with whom I could put my money where my mouth is, I guess. He's a good man. He's beyond intelligent. He loves fearlessly. His beliefs are beautiful. He's my best friend. I love him. I just feel that I have the greatest husband in the world for me."
- On being happy: "There's no magic bullet; there's no pill that you take that makes everything great and makes you happy all the time. I'm letting go of those expectations, and that's opening me up to moments of transcendent bliss. But I still feel the stress over 'Am I thin enough? Am I too thin? Is my body the right shape?' There's an obsessive quality to it that I thought I would've grown out of by now. It's an ongoing source of shame for me."
- On using her fame for good: "At this stage in my life — and this moment will not last forever — me walking my dog is news. And because I take very seriously the idea that I can make an impact in the world, I hold back my voice so I can make more of an impact when I do use it. A cause like One Billion Rising is something I want to scream about, and I want you to take that scream seriously because I don't fall out of nightclubs. I don't have photographers capture me spending untold amounts on a handbag. Of course, in the court of celebrity, if you try to be serious, you may look like a fool. In One Billion Rising you have activists and thinkers and 'celebrities.' But I'm an actress. The celebrity thing just happened."
Glamour US is hosting its annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards in NYC today and plenty of A-list stars have made their way to Carnegie Hall for the celebration. Selena Gomez, the magazine’s December issue cover girl, was one of the first to hit the red carpet, and it’s her first public event since news broke that she had split with Justin Bieber. The celebrity guests include Lena Dunham, Cynthia Nixon, Solange Knowles, Chelsea Handler, Chelsea Clinton, Tyra Banks and more — stay tuned as we bring you all the red carpet shots.
Emma Watson is on the cover of US Glamour's October issue, and inside the pages of the glossy, she tackles topics including dating in the spotlight and her love for Girls creator Lena Dunham. Emma, now 22, is looking to move past the Harry Potter series she's best known for by adding more grown-up roles to her repertoire. Following a part in last year's critically acclaimed My Week With Marilyn, Emma will star in the upcoming The Perks of Being a Wallflower, which premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival later this week. Here are some highlights from Emma's interview in Glamour:
- On her love for Lena Dunham: "I am literally obsessed with Lena Dunham. She's, like, my favorite person in the world. I follow her on Twitter; I read her every day. And, yes, Girls is an example of something so refreshing because it feels real."
- On why short hair suits her: ". . .If I had it my way, I would have just kept it short forever. Of course, men like long hair. There's no two ways about it. The majority of the boys around me were like, 'Why did you do that? That's such an error.' And I was like, 'Well, honestly, I don't really care what you think!'"
- On The Perks of Being a Wallflower: "Making this movie was so pivotal for me because I realised I do really want to be an actress, which wasn't something I fully knew, since Harry Potter was such a singular experience. Obviously I'm nervous to see what other people think, but it kind of doesn't matter to me. It's so cheesy to say this, but it's the journey, not the end goal, that's important."