Jacky O’Shaughnessy recently talked with Elle about her unconventional career, and god, she’s such a badass. More
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Dakota Johnson looks absolutely nothing like herself on her big ELLE cover, but she still looks pretty cute under all that fake hair. More
Here’s some good news for all my fellow American Horror Story: Coven fans– Emma Roberts just might be a real-life witch. More
ast night, ELLE’s Annual Women in Television Celebration was held at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood. The event recognizes women who are making it work on TV, so tons of your (or our, at least) favorite famous human beings were there. From Zooey Deschanel and Malin Akerman to Joel McHale and Emmy Rossum, the lineup was pretty excellent. More
Kristin Wiig rolled up to a screening for The Spoils Of Babylon last night wearing everyone’s favorite dress, most recently seen on Zooey Deschanel on the February cover of Elle. In the debacle that was the February Elle covers, the Valentino Spring 2014 dress was the only real high point. Unfortunately, the whole look totally fell flat on Wiig. More
The lack of diverse women in any capacity in magazines is already a travesty, but when they finally get themselves there, they get treated as less than. And then they have to say “thank you.” More
Yesterday, Elle released their February “Women In Television” issue, complete with four covers featuring Mindy Kaling, Amy Poehler, Allison Williams, and Zooey Deschanel. The Internet (including me) was quick to notice that the covers had a curious issue: while Poehler, Williams, and Deschanel were shot with about 75% of their bodies visible and in full color, Kaling’s photo was cropped to only show her face, and was black and white. It’s Melissa McCarthy all over again, and just like that time around, Elle responded to the criticism with a fairly tone deaf example of missing the point. More
Happily, Mindy Kaling landed her first major magazine cover on February’s issue of Elle. The cover is one of four for the “Women in Television” issue, also featuring Amy Poehler, Zooey Deschanel, and Allison Williams. News outlets like The Huffington Post were quick to laud Elle for their placement of Kaling on a cover, but seemed to miss the fact that Kaling received a very different treatment than the other cover girls. More
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It’s about time! Elle Canada is making history by featuring a transgender model in their January 2014 issue– and you have to check out her gorgeous spread. More
Hallelujah! Not only does Joan Smalls look beyond amazing on the cover of Elle, but she’s not afraid to let the magazine know that they need to hammer out their race issues, stat. More
She looks great, but we wish people would think of something more creative than crystals to cover women’s breasts with. Like plastic dinosaurs. More
Lea Michele went edgy in chains and eyeliner for the December issue of Elle. More