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Lucy Boynton, Tessa Thompson, & Many More Celebrate Loewe's New York Store Opening

Lucy Boynton, Tessa Thompson, and Kaia Gerber pose for photos while attending the opening of Loewe‘s new store on Tuesday (December 10) at The Sinclair-Fletcher Mansion in New York City.

So many stars stepped out to celebrate at the holiday party with Loewe‘s creative director Jonathan Anderson.

Other celebs included Lucy‘s The Politician co-star Julia Schlaepfer, Tessa‘s boyfriend Dev Hynes, as well as Maggie Gyllenhaal, soccer star Megan Rapinoe, Killing Eve‘s Jodie Comer, The Act‘s Chloe Sevigny, Sasha Lane, and models Amber Valletta, Liya Kebede, and Imaan Hammam.

Looking for Alaska‘s Kristine Froseth and Charlie Plummer were both in attendance, as were Younger‘s Debi Mazar, music star Robyn, Twin PeaksHailey Gates, American Woman‘s Lola Kirke, and theater owner Jordan Roth.

35+ pictures inside of celebs attending the Loewe event… More Here! »

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Charlize Theron Stuns in White While Being Honored at Glamour Women of the Year Awards

Charlize Theron looks stunning on the red carpet while attending the 2019 Glamour Women of the Year Awards on Monday (November 11) at Alice Tully Hall in New York City.

The Oscar-winning actress was joined at the event by the other honorees – director Ava DuVernay, Grown-ish actress Yara Shahidi, soccer player Megan Rapinoe, fashion designer Tory Burch, and “The Handmaid’s Tale” author Margaret Atwood.

The other women being honored this year are activist Greta Thunberg and the Women of the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES).

“Throughout this year at Glamour, we have celebrated women that are going big, whose influence we’ve felt reverberating beyond just a single moment. When we started to think about who to honor as our Women of the Year, we realized that these women are not just promoting one issue or one conversation, they are using their voices and platforms to have a lasting impact for generations to come,” Glamour editor-in-chief Samantha Barry said about the honorees. “This group of exceptional women are having the tough conversations that open doors, and forge new paths on issues ranging from equal pay to climate change. They’re inspiring cross generational people globally and we are proud to honor them as Women of the Year.”

READ MORE: Charlize Theron & More Powerful Women Are Honored with ‘Glamour’ Covers

FYI: Charlize is wearing a Givenchy dress.

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Megan Rapinoe Explains Why She Doesn't Care About Being Liked

Megan Rapinoe poses on in front of the Statue of Liberty on the digital cover of Glamour‘s Women of the Year issue, on newsstands October 24th.

Here’s what the 34-year-old World Cup superstar had to share with the mag:

On not caring about being liked: “That’s not how you inspire people. That’s not the kind of personality that affects change – you always have to buck up against society.”

On speaking out on issues of social justice and inequality: “I’m the antithesis of no f**ks given- I give all the f**ks. I just feel that it’s my responsibility to make the world a better place – we all have that responsibility.”

On the expectations placed on women: “We are always having to qualify our accomplishment. We always have to be like: Yes, we won, and we’re inspiring a generation, and we’re touring the country, and we’re social activists, and we’re really marketable, and, and, and! We just did something amazing. Winning the World Cup is very difficult — it’s arduous, it’s a long cycle, it’s hard. And then on top of it, we inspired a movement that transcended the sport. Now we have to come home and fight a lawsuit to convince everyone that we’re worth a little bit more money? That’s bulls**t.”

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Charlize Theron & More Powerful Women Are Honored with 'Glamour' Covers

Charlize Theron is among the Women of the Year honorees who are being celebrated with Glamour covers!

The Oscar-winning actress joins fellow actress Yara Shahidi, director Ava DuVernay, soccer star Megan Rapinoe, “The Handmaid’s Tale” author Margaret Atwood, designer Tory Burch, environmental activist Greta Thunberg, and the Women of the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES).

Charlize‘s full story is live now and the rest of the features will go live throughout the week. Here’s what the Bombshell actress had to share with the mag:

On how she was scared to do Bombshell: “I think I was scared of it… A lot of projects I’ve been involved in are not necessarily projects where everybody has gone, ‘Yeah, this is going to be great, you should do this!’” she says, smiling. “It tends to be projects where people are like, ‘I don’t know about this Monster movie. Really?’ ”

On working with young people through her charity: “I love working with young people because when I look at all of the issues we have faced in our history, it’s always young people who have the ‘f–k you’ to not give up. That’s where change comes from—it doesn’t come from old politicians. It’s always young people.”

On appreciating what she has: “I always had an awareness that it could end, it could literally end tomorrow. Just have the moment because the moment might never come again. I tell my kids that… I don’t think you’re ever too young to know the value of what you have right now.”

For more from the Women of the Year, visit!

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Awkwafina, Kacey Musgraves & More Cover 'Marie Claire'

Actress Awkwafina, singer Kacey Musgraves, U.S. Women’s National Soccer team co-captain Megan Rapinoe, and A Little Late with Lilly Singh‘s Lilly Singh are the cover stars of Marie Claire’s October 2019 issue, on newsstands September 19.

Here’s what the stars had to share with the mag…

Megan, on the differences male and female athletes are treated: “In the same breath that someone would call me arrogant, they wouldn’t call Tom Brady or LeBron James or Michael Jordan arrogant. Even when they do call male athletes arrogant, it’s almost in a positive way. But when it comes from a woman, they’re like, ‘How dare she? How dare she know she’s one of the best players in the world? How dare she take a moment to let 55,000 fans absolutely adore her?’ You know? We don’t allow women the space to be that way.”

Kacey, on her experimentation with psychedelics: “They’ve brought me closer to our planet and to humanity. I’ve walked away with a lot of little gifts.”

Awkwafina, on defying stereotypes against Asian Americans: “It’s going to be hard to not walk into a room as an Asian American woman and not surprise someone with my bawdiness or the way that I yell. It proves a larger point that we’re all different and come from different experiences, and just because this is how you see ‘Asians,’ that’s not how I am. Let me a little color in your landscape.”

Lilly, on how her idols became her friends:Dwayne Johnson, Selena Gomez, Priyanka Chopra. People who I wanted to get their autograph one day. And now I’m in a position where, if I need advice, I call Dwayne.”

For more from the stars, visit

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Sports Stars Megan Rapinoe & Sue Bird Cover 'InStyle,' Talk Equal Pay & More

Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird, who are two of the biggest female athletes in the world and also are in a relationship, pose together on the cover of InStyle‘s October 2019 subscriber cover.

For those who aren’t familiar, Megan is a professional soccer player and Sue is a professional basketball player. Between the two, they lay claim to five Olympic gold medals, four FIBA World Cups, three NCAA championships, three WNBA championships, and two FIFA World Cups. Here is what they had to share with the mag:

Megan on equal pay: “We’re sick and tired of being disrespected. It’s not even really about equal pay per se. It’s just what we’re worth and what is fair. It’s always being looked at as, ‘Oh, this is what you deserve, so you should be happy.’ Well, no one’s happy about it. I’ve said this for a long time, but I think the men deserve to be paid more too. I don’t think the federation is blatantly that sexist. If they’re not paying us what we’re worth, they’re certainly not paying them what they’re worth. It’s not a great-run business in my opinion. We’re both just kind of cash cows [for the federation].”

Sue on their celebrity status
: “Things have changed for the better in a lot of ways, but figuring out how to navigate it all is hard. Especially with the increase in recognition. We’re not used to it, and we’re still just normal, you know? We’re not like an NBA player who has millions of dollars to hire security and a driver. We’re just trying to figure those things out on the fly.”

Megan on their relationship: “I love the shit out of [her]. I always tell her, ‘If you break up with me, I’m going to crumble. I’ll be a pile of ashes. So think about it, because you’ll ruin my life.’”

For more from the couple, visit The issue is on sale September 20th.

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