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wmagazine:

Ruffled Around the Edges
Photograph by Steven Klein; styled by Edward Enninful; W magazine November 2014. 

A fierce photo to start the day.

wmagazine:

Ruffled Around the Edges

Photograph by Steven Klein; styled by Edward Enninful; W magazine November 2014. 

A fierce photo to start the day.


lelaid:

Liya Kebede by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Nippon, January 2008

Gorgeous is too weak a word.

lelaid:

Liya Kebede by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Nippon, January 2008

Gorgeous is too weak a word.


beintheloop:

@Bntheloop Scoop: Nicki Minaj is a ‘Cheeky Genius’ for GQ, Talks Women Taking Back Control.

In the mag, Nicki talks about her “Anaconda” video — saying  that she sees it as a normal video being about what girls do. She takes it a step further, saying there are scenes in the video that represent women taking back their power and being in control.

She says:

I don’t know what there is to really talk about… I’m being serious. I just see the video as being a normal video. I think the video is about what girls do. Girls love being with other girls, and when you go back to us being younger, we would have slumber parties and we’d be dancing with our friends.


Lupita Nyong’o by Mikael Jansson for Vogue

On her thought process when she won the Academy Award:

When her name was read out, the experience was, as she recalls, “very confusing, very numbing. I was just repeating my name in my head, so I didn’t know whether I had said my name or they had said my name! And then my little brother screamed, and time was suspended and it was just noise in my head.”

As Lupita gathered those voluminous silk georgette pleats of her custom Prada skirts, she remembers that all she could think was “Don’t fall on those stairs” because, as she drolly explains, “it’s not cute if you follow Jennifer Lawrence—it’s not cute if you’re the second one!”

“People are still filling me in on what happened after,” she adds. “My mother says I cried during the speech; I don’t believe her.”


Beyoncé by Santiago & Mauricio for Out Magazine


extrasexy:

Rosie Tapner By Guy Aroch For Muse Magazine Fall 2013

FIERCE!

extrasexy:

Rosie Tapner By Guy Aroch For Muse Magazine Fall 2013

FIERCE!


Katy Perry shot by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue

Katy Perry on her work:

When I am in between records, sometimes I doubt myself. I’ll be like: Did I just get lucky, or did I mass-manipulate the world into thinking that seven songs were worth a number-one position? And then I go back into the studio and I start writing, and the true essential oil of who I am comes bubbling back up and reminds me that it’s always been inside of me, that nobody can take this away no matter what comment anyone makes. It’s going to be there because it’s what I was born with and it’s what I’ve worked on my whole life.” 

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Selena Gomez on her eye-opening experiences as UNICEF’s youngest-ever U.S. ambassador:

“When I went to Ghana with my mom and my stepdad for UNICEF. That entire trip was life changing. There were kids playing with plastic bottles—they got a bunch of rubber bands and put the bottles together and made a soccer ball—and that was their entertainment; they were so happy! If you think how we live our lives here, we need so much to keep us entertained, and we expect so much. And these kids want an education so badly. I mean, I hated homework, and they want it; it’s amazing. I also participated in the Global Poverty Project’s Live Below the Line campaign, where I lived on $1.50 a day for a week—such a cool experience.”
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Selena Gomez on her eye-opening experiences as UNICEF’s youngest-ever U.S. ambassador:

“When I went to Ghana with my mom and my stepdad for UNICEF. That entire trip was life changing. There were kids playing with plastic bottles—they got a bunch of rubber bands and put the bottles together and made a soccer ball—and that was their entertainment; they were so happy! If you think how we live our lives here, we need so much to keep us entertained, and we expect so much. And these kids want an education so badly. I mean, I hated homework, and they want it; it’s amazing. I also participated in the Global Poverty Project’s Live Below the Line campaign, where I lived on $1.50 a day for a week—such a cool experience.”

[Read more.]


Demi Lovato on her rumored romance with One Direction’s Niall Horan:

He’s a really awesome, sweet guy. But he’s not my boyfriend…. I’m in a place right now where I really need to focus on myself. Obviously, I’m still going to like people—or love them—but I need to not be in a relationship for a while because I need to be okay with being alone, first. I’m really happy right now. I never thought it was possible to be happy because of how depressed I was my entire life. But I feel so incredible. It’s like I’m living in a dream.

[Read more.]

Demi Lovato on her rumored romance with One Direction’s Niall Horan:

He’s a really awesome, sweet guy. But he’s not my boyfriend…. I’m in a place right now where I really need to focus on myself. Obviously, I’m still going to like people—or love them—but I need to not be in a relationship for a while because I need to be okay with being alone, first. I’m really happy right now. I never thought it was possible to be happy because of how depressed I was my entire life. But I feel so incredible. It’s like I’m living in a dream.

[Read more.]


David Beckham talks to Esquire UK about undressing for photo shoots:

“It’s definitely got easier over the years, but when I was in New York, seeing a huge poster [of himself in a pair of briefs] on the side of a building, that was quite daunting. I remember driving past there, and stopping and running out and taking a picture, and this guy walked past me and he was like, ‘Oh, my God! Have you seen your d**k up there?’ Something disgusting like that. That was funny.”

David Beckham talks to Esquire UK about undressing for photo shoots:

“It’s definitely got easier over the years, but when I was in New York, seeing a huge poster [of himself in a pair of briefs] on the side of a building, that was quite daunting. I remember driving past there, and stopping and running out and taking a picture, and this guy walked past me and he was like, ‘Oh, my God! Have you seen your d**k up there?’ Something disgusting like that. That was funny.”








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