When it comes to ice skating, the sparkly attires are as awe-inducing as the athletes’ triple-lutz-triple-toe combinations. Tap the link in bio to look back at some of the fanciest costumes to ever hit the rink at the #Olympics. 📷: @gettyimages
Barack Obama’s response to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida is the powerful reaction we all needed right now. Tap the link in bio to see his full message.
The celebration of black beauty and its history has been revolutionary in the hairstyles that #BlackPanther's leading women—Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, and Angela Bassett—have showcased all around the world. "It’s a dream come true to be able to show afro-textured hair in its true glory and strength. It’s so important to showcase that kinky hair can be sexy," says Nyong'o's hairstylist Vernon François. Tap the link in bio to see all the different looks on these women.
This is simply an appreciation post for Cardi B.'s sunglasses game. 🕶💅 Tap the link in bio to enjoy more photos of Cardi looking incredible at #NYFW.
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux just announced they’re getting a divorce after being married for two and a half years. Tap the link in bio to see their statement.
We're only 45 days into 2018, but the U.S. has already had a number of school shootings, and that's something David Hogg—a survivor of yesterday's shooting in Parkland, Florida—says is "unacceptable." The time for thoughts and prayers has passed. It's time for real change. #GunReformNow
In late 19th century, Madam C.J Walker realized that very few beauty products were made keeping black women's hair and skin care in mind, so she created her own line and went door to door selling shampoos and hair growth formulas. By 1910, Walker's was the largest African-American business in the United States, and she was posthumously recognized as America's first female self-made millionaire. Every week during #BlackHistoryMonth, we'll be highlighting trailblazing black women, in partnership with writer @themackenzilee and illustrator @petraerikssonstudio. Tap the link in bio to buy Lee's book, "Bygone Badass Broads."
"I get that men are scared [after #MeT#MeToo>, and we need to not shy away from that. We have to figure out, OK, what do you do about it?" Melinda Gates spoke to Glamour editor-in-chief @sammybarrynews about how she talks to her family about #MeToo, gender disparities in the workplace and her push for paid family leave. Tap the link in bio for the full interview.
Nothing changes if nothing changes. “Tonight, we mourn for Parkland. Tomorrow, we fight.” #Florida ❤️
"Not even Hilary Duff at peak Lizzie McGuire vibe can sell me on a story that ends with kids starting a new relationship as they head off to college together." Tap the linkinbio to read why #ACinderellaStory—and 14 other romantic comedies—probably never should’ve been made.
The #MeToo movement is making its presence felt where you'd least expect it: in the pages of the 'Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.' From a photo project where women wrote powerful words on their naked body to an essay on why posing in a bikini doesn't make you any less of a feminist, @si_swimsuit 2018 edition feels a lot different. Tap the link in bio to see the cover and our conversation with the magazine’s editor MJ Day on everything that influenced these changes. 📸: @taylorbphoto
"I'm realizing, you don't need to change anything about yourself. This is who you are, and it's okay. That's daring." Cheers to that, @uzoaduba! Happy birthday! 👑
Ten years after winning ‘Project Runway,' Christian Siriano has dressed everyone from @ladygaga to @whoopigoldberg. Tap the link in bio for our story on how his inclusive approach has revolutionized #NYFW and the fashion industry.
In a post-Nassar world, watching this year's #Olympics feels different—and maybe that’s not the worst thing. @abbycgardner writes about how we as viewers should be talking about the issue, as we watch a new procession of Olympic hopefuls go for gold. Tap the link in bio for the full story.