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Enter the Weird, Wonderful World of Jenny Slate
The co-creator of the beloved character Marcel the Shell With Shoes On has taken on many new roles of late: mother, wife, rom-com leading lady. With each step she becomes more herself.
Are Handbags the New Stocks?
Luxury fashion has long been a focus of collectors, but thanks to inflation, average shoppers are diving into the secondary market—and Gen Z is investing heavily.
By Julia Gall
Alicia Keys Gets What She Wants
With her jazzy new album, Keys, the singer stopped worrying about everything except what matters: Her own opinion.
By Jessica Herndon
J. Smith-Cameron Is in Control
She’s Logan Roy’s right hand. She’s Roman’s ‘mommy girlfriend.’ And she’s a fan favorite. Here, the Succession star takes us behind the scenes of Gerri’s boardroom power plays.
By Jessica M. Goldstein
The Future of Women and Work
The pandemic has completely upended how we do our jobs. This is Marie Claire's guide to navigating your career in a COVID-19 world.
By Megan DiTrolio
The Politics of Fashion
When actions speak louder than clothes.
By Julia Gall
“We’re in a time in which we’re no longer settling for reform, but genuine reimagination.”
By Lola Ogunnaike
Love Has Lost
Quasi-religious group Love Has Won claimed to offer wellness advice and self-care products, but what was actually being dished out by their late leader Amy Carlson Stroud—self-professed “Mother God”—was much darker. How our current conspiritualist culture is to blame.
By Virginia Pelley
5 Women Journalists Reflect on Covering 9/11
Twenty years ago, these women told the stories of leaders, first responders, witnesses, and victims. Today, they tell their own.
By Rachel Epstein
Wine Didn't Make Me a Better Mom
But you wouldn't know that scrolling through Instagram. Instead of peddling alcohol and memes, society should give women what they really need: support and resources.
By Kelley Manley