It seems like everyone’s doing it.
Thanks to Sheryl Sandberg, we’re now part of a Lean In generation.
I’ve got to admit, I’m a bit late to the Lean In party. But last night, I made up for it when I attended an executive lecture series at which Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg was the featured guest.
Flanked by two gal pals in a standing-room only Howard University auditorium, I sat on the edge of my seat, listening with rapt attention, trying to glean all I could from the 60-minute event.
What did I walk away with?
Wife, mom and artist extraordinaire, Beyoncé, is PEOPLE’s 2012 World’s Most Beautiful Woman.
She joins a list of other gorgeous icons, including Sofia Vergara, Charlize Theron, Lily Collins, Christina Hendricks, Michelle Williams and Paula Patton.
In my mind, there can be no better pop culture pairing than fashion and music.
Which is exactly why ELLE’s Women in Music series always grabs my attention.
This year, the mag honors iconic songstresses who have taken the charts by storm, or who have made us do a double-take at their edgy style.
I thought the highlight of Kardashian news this week was going to be Kylie Jenner joining Twitter. (See sister, Kim’s Facebook update yesterday.) But I was wrong.
You didn’t have to be there to know that the Glamour Women of the Year Awards was the event to be at on Monday night.
Twitter was buzzing as the who’s who of the fashion and entertainment industries shared updates from Carnegie Hall: Janelle Monae’s opening performance, Janet Jackson’s award presentation to Donatella Versace, Fergie thanking her therapist in her acceptance speech…
Now that we’ve established what happened inside, here’s a look at the arrivals and who wore what.
Remember that Lane Bryant plus-size lingerie commercial that caused such an uproar?
Well, it’s popping up again — but this time, with benefits to customers. Apparently, Lane Bryant was so touched by all the supporters who defended that commercial celebrating curvy women, they’ve decided to have a mega sale.
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As the BP oil leak gushes 210,000 gallons everyday, people are getting creative.
Salons and concerned citizens are donating human and pet hair to absorb the Gulf Coast spill. And now the company behind Hanes, L’eggs and Just My Size pantyhose is donating 50,000 pairs of their product to the cause.
According to Hanes, ecological charities will stuff the pantyhose with human and pet hair to make booms that absorb and trap crude oil.
The oil will be reclaimed by squeezing it out of the pantyhose-and-hair booms, which will then be reused to collect more spilled oil from Gulf Coast waters.
The goal is to make 1 million hair booms over the next three weeks–and don’t I hope it happens!