Salma Hayek Returns to Her Sexy, Action-Heroine Roots
After blazing her way through Hollywood for over 30 years, Salma Hayek has never been more in command of her powers.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland on Being the First - and the Future
America’s first Indigenous Cabinet member, Haaland steps into her historic role with pragmatism, empathy, and the spiritual guidance of her ancestors.
A'ja Wilson's Claiming Her Place on the Olympic Stage
"I don't belong in the kitchen, and I'm definitely not about to make you a sandwich," the 2020 MVP who's heading to Tokyo says.
Meet the Badass Google Executives Behind This Year's Juneteenth Doodle
Annie Jean-Baptiste and Angelica McKinley are making the internet a more inclusive place.
Sarah Paulson and Ariana DeBose on Being Fashion Late Bloomers, and Finally Finding Prada
Just two (belated) fashion icons talking shop.
What It's Really Like to Be Asian American in Beauty
Daniel Martin, celebrity-beloved makeup artist and Tatcha's Global Director of Artistry & Education; Tina Craig, Founder of the skincare brand U Beauty; and nail artist Mei Kawajiri share their experiences in the industry — the good, the bad, and the beautiful — and how AAPI representation can improve.