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Read an excerpt from R.F. Kuang's latest novel, here, then dive in with us throughout the month.
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Elsa Collins Talks Being an Advocate for Families at the Border
While she’s often known for being married to an NBA star, it’s Collins’ social impact work that will be her true legacy.
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Grab your favorite demi-matte lip and read on.
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Hair Growth Oils for Long, Lustrous Hair
Hair growth starts with hair health—but a good hair oil can help things along.
By Gabrielle Ulubay
These Brushes Will Completely Change How You Apply Makeup
The Kevyn Aucoin The Duet Foundation Brush is our desert island pick.
By Samantha Holender
How to Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer, According to Dermatologists
Knowing the suspicious marks to look out for is step one.
By Samantha Holender
These Celebrity Engagement Rings Are Seriously Jaw-Dropping
From Beyoncé’s massive 18-carat diamond to Blake Lively’s light pink sparkler, these are the best of the best.
By Brooke Knappenberger
Tube Tops Are Back From the Dead—And You Need One in Your Closet
The perfect summer party look, in my humble opinion.
By Julia Marzovilla
I'm a Professional Shopper—Here's What's Worth Your Money from Nordstrom's Half-Yearly Sale
Thousands of items from Nordstrom's best-selling brands are on sale—think Madewell, Vince, Dolce Vita, and many more.
By Emma Childs
The Best Beauty Products in the World
The elite in skincare, cosmetics, and haircare, according to our global beauty editors.
Kerry Washington Is in Her Enlightenment Era
After decades in Hollywood, the actress sees things differently now.
Marie Claire's 1st Annual Power List
Whether they’re breaking barriers in their field, building mega-successful businesses, battling discrimination, or standing up for what they believe in, the game-changers named to our inaugural Power List have made major moves this year.
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Jessica Chastain: The Good Fight
Her passion for telling women’s stories has won her a Best Actress title, inspired a production company, and made her a bold-faced name within the industry. But the Hollywood heavyweight isn't stopping now.
When Self-Funding Your Startup Affects Your Self-Worth
Today’s venture capital process continues to fail female founders, forcing many to risk their own savings to start a business. But that can come at a cost to their personal well-being.
Golda Rosheuvel on Bringing Queen Charlotte's History to the Screen
The actress dished on Charlotte and George's epic love story and the sisterhood between 'Bridgerton's matriarchs.
'Carry Strong' Helps Women Navigate Work While Pregnant
In an excerpt from her new book, Stephanie Dishart Kramer explores the intersection of career and motherhood.
Will the Real Taylor Swift Please Stand Up?
On social media, celebrity lookalikes are garnering fans and fame. But when you’re constantly being mistaken for someone else, it can change how even you see yourself.
'Selling Sunset’s Bre Tiesi Answers Your Burning Questions About Season 6
"I wish people weren't so small-minded or judgmental."
What's the Holdup in Biden's Push for Paid Leave?
The president is proposing $325 billion to fund paid family leave—the strongest budget proposal in history—and pushing for free universal pre-K nationwide. But he faces opposition.
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New legislation in the U.S. is designed to persecute women for managing their reproductive health. But the "Don't Say Period" bill just proposed in Florida is the most dangerous yet.
The Women Standing Between You and Nuclear War
An elite squad of Air Force officers wait for the call the world hopes never comes.
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Little Shop of Horrors
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Love, Hate, and Homicide in the High Desert
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