On Beauty

Jessica Alba on Finding Her Confidence in Hollywood

"It wasn't until social media that I felt empowered to take control of my own narrative and my own image."


An Ode to Lil’ Kim’s ’90s Over-the-Top Beauty Looks

The rapper's bold glam helped push against conventional ideas on how women are "supposed" to behave.


Meet Hollywood’s Youngest Producer

Black-ish star Marsai Martin on her favorite beauty products and what's next on her agenda.


Bobby Berk Wants You to Feel at Home

Plus his real thoughts on design trends.

I Swear by This

Jenna Ortega Shares Her Beauty Must-Haves

From a perfume that'll make you smell like a fancy hotel to an exfoliating yet gentle scalp scrub.


Cindy Crawford Wants You to Rediscover Velcro Rollers

Plus other genius hair hacks and life advice from the supermodel herself.


Luke James’ Definition of Black Music

The Chi actor on his growth as an artist and the importance of Black Music Month.


Miss Fame Is Celebrating Pride Month in Style

The fashion namesake and RuPaul's Drag Race alum takes us on a journey through self-acceptance, Pride, and, of course, beauty.

On Beauty

Olivia O’Brien on Plastic Surgery & Self-Love

"I don't care about people looking attractive anymore; it's not an accomplishment."

What We Want Right Now

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The Wandering, Wanderlusting Tracee Ellis Ross

The Black-ish and Girlfriends star talks about her summer music playlist, how Pattern came to be, and why she loves solo vacationing.


More Than a Mock-Up: How Janet Is Etching Her Mark on Hollywood

The Pose director and executive producer explores her final goodbyes to the iconic, critically acclaimed series and her growth as a storyteller.


Sevyn Streeter Is “Guilty” of Style and Sonic Evolution

The "It Won't Stop" singer reminisces on her favorite 2000s trends.


Justine Skye on Owning Her Image & the Path to Being Set Free

The singer speaks on her tumultuous past, Timbaland, and finally trusting herself.


It’s Yvonne Orji for Me: The Best Friend We Didn’t Know We Needed

The Momma, I Made It comedian on colorism in the TV and film industry, and why she included her Nigerian heritage in her comedy special.


The Tea on Taraji P. Henson: She Is Exactly Who You Think She Is

The actress on prioritizing her mental health, the beauty of being an HBCU graduate, and self-care and self-love going hand in hand.


Keke Palmer Shows Us How to Be a Little More Glowy

From must-have products to personal mantras, Palmer shines from the inside out.


Actress Javicia Leslie on Becoming Batwoman

Plus, the power in being “obsessed with yourself.”


Take a Dip Inside the Thought-Provoking Mind of Kiersey Clemons

The Antebellum star opens up on Hollywood’s tokenistic attitude, Black Lives Matter, and more.


Naomi Watts Is Here to Clean Up Your (Beauty) Act

The actress and co-founder of ONDA dives deep into the world of clean beauty and why she wants to sway the industry away from “pastry face.”


A No-Nonsense Conversation Between Bree Runway and Rico Nasty

The collaborators talk everything from cancel culture to the consequences of Black female artistry.


24 Years Later, The Craft’s Legacy Is Looking Brighter Than Ever

Director Zoe Lister-Jones gives the cult-favorite movie a feminist twist in its latest installment, The Craft: Legacy.


Kimora Lee Simmons Is Making Fabulosity a Family Affair

The Baby Phat Beauty founder on building a brand with her daughters, her approach to self-care during lockdown, and how her company is helping to fight voter suppression.


Lily Collins on Fashion’s Role in Her Career

Not to mention the dream of working with Patricia Field on Emily in Paris.


Christian Combs Is Coming for His Father’s Crown

Music’s royal talks Rihanna, stunting on Rodeo Drive, and his last night with New York’s favorite, Pop Smoke.


Orville Peck Is the “Show Pony” with Sincerity

In the wake of his sophomore release, the masked crooner tells why he’s ready to reveal more than ever before.


Ryan Destiny Is Breaking the Rules for Young Black Girls in Music and Hollywood

The musician on what seizing control of her music career looks like, kicking insecurities, and colorism in the entertainment industry.


Kendrick Sampson’s Fight for Justice Is Only Getting Started

The Insecure actor talks about the Black Lives Matter movement, mental health within the Black community, and much more.