It’s been over a year since we had our first cup of Lemonade, but Beyoncé kept us thirsty at a party for music streaming service Tidal – the first platform to drop one of the most critically acclaimed records of all time. We’ll drink to that.
Blake Lively & Gigi Hadid
Legend had it that if Blake Lively and Gigi Hadid – two of the most beautiful women in the world – were ever in the same room, the Earth would implode in a haze of heartbreak and testosterone. The theory was tested this week. Close call.
Actress Gabrielle Union has long been a champion of women’s rights, and her personal story has paved the way for many other women to come forward with theirs. There’s strength in Union, alright.
Rachel Weisz of My Cousin Rachel fame is finally getting the credit she deserves. Which means less running from woefully unconvincing mummies on green screens, and more meatier roles about Holocaust denial and British historical epics.
Jennifer Lawrence has been something of a Hollywood trailblazer, and the fire continued to roar during an inspirational speech delivered at Elle‘s Women In Hollywood event.
Seems some models are ahead of the curve – literally. Ashley Graham, the first ever plus-size model to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated‘s swimsuit edition, is definitive proof that fuller figures are just as fine.
Even with her face half-covered in the latest Intimissimi campaign, we can spot Irina Shayk’s supermodel glare a mile off – something that makes her one of the best models in the world.
Jessica Chastain isn’t the sort to star on silver screens every single summer. That’s because she doesn’t have to. The Miss Sloane leading lady has clocked up a Golden Globe and two Academy Award nominations in recent years, meaning she can afford to skip the next Marvel re-re-re-re-reboot.
Abbey Clancey is much more than a WAG. Rather than releasing a terminally crap fragrance a la Coleen Rooney, she was a singer, then a runner-up on Britain’s Next Top Model, then she actually presented Britain’s Next Top Model.