The Big Skin-Care Change Elle Macpherson Made After 50

ESC: Elle MacphersonElle Macpherson created the WelleCo supplements and elixirs to address her own beauty needs.
“When I turned 50 I realized that I wasn’t feeling good and I wasn’t looking…

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Elle Macpherson’s WelleCo Comes Stateside

Elle Macpherson is heading to Barneys New York to launch her Australian-based supplement company, WelleCo, in the U.S.
On March 3, the supermodel will host an event to fete the launch at the Madison Avenue store in New York, which is one of three doors the line is now available at (the store in downtown Manhattan and Beverly Hills are the other two). Already, the beauty brand she cofounded with Andrea Horwood four years ago has a strong online presence as well as distribution with about 130 indie retail partners globally.
“I spent a lot of my life relying on genetics in the beauty and fashion industries. I was pretty blessed,” said Macpherson of the things she “didn’t have to think about” in her 20s and 30s. “I’m 54 years old now and I was just coming up to 50 when I realized synthetic vitamins weren’t working and my diet wasn’t working. My lifestyle needed tweaking. My body needed more help, I realized that I needed to adjust my program because I was taking a lot of synthetic vitamins. I wasn’t getting the nutrients I needed from my food and it was working for me.”
This was the impetus for developing a range

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Elle Personal Style Awards 2017: Meet the Honorees

Branded: Kate BosworthWhen it comes to nailing personal style, let’s face it: Celebs know best.
That’s where the Elle Personal Style Awards come in. For the second year in a row, Elle’s entire…

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Brigitte Macron Talks Karl, Skirt Lengths in French Elle

BRIGITTE MANIA: Amid signs of “Brigitte mania” sweeping across France,  the Aug. 18 edition of French Elle includes the first interview with the country’s fledgling First Lady, Brigitte Macron.
The cover of the issue, out on newsstands today, depicts Macron at the Élysée Palace in a casual chic ensemble pairing a shapely cream jacket by Dior with a white T-shirt and slim jeans by Saint Laurent.
Pictures accompanying the 10-page feature inside show her walking in a courtyard hand-in-hand with her husband, President Emmanuel Macron, in the same look only swapping in a tailored red jacket by Azzedine Alaïa with mesh accents. She is also seen sitting at her desk in a red short-sleeved biker-inspired dress by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton.
In the article, Macron shares her admiration for Ghesquière and Karl Lagerfeld, whom she considers friends. She also lists among her other favorite designers Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing, Alexandre Vauthier, and Alaïa, but concedes she finds the latter’s skirts too short. “I wear above-the-knee, not minis! Although I loved to wear minis when I was younger, we would hide them in our bags when we went out…. and we’d slip bloomers on underneath to dance to rock ‘n’ roll,” Macron says. “We

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Elle Review

While Paul Verhoeven’s new film, Elle, is in French with English subtitles, after the first five or 10 minutes, the viewer entirely forgets that they are reading the dialogue. Not only does Elle open powerfully, but everything that follows is equally captivating. Although those who watch the film may never behave in the same way that these characters choose to, it is always clear exactly where the characters are coming from and each portrayal is dynamic.

An overly distilled description of Elle, which has a script from David Birke based on a novel by Phillipe Dijan, would explain it as a portrait of one woman, Michèle (Isabelle Huppert), and the way she grapples with having been raped by an intruder in her home. To put it simply, Huppert is magnificent in the role. She is mesmerizing on screen, with the ability to win over the audience with little more than a flick of her head or a half-uttered word.

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Reese Witherspoon’s Moving Speech at Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards: “Like Elle Woods, I Do Not Like to be Underestimated.”

At tonight's Glamour Women of the Year Awards, Goldie Hawn presented Reese Witherspoon with an award for her work creating stronger roles for women in film. Witherspoon's speech was so inspiring and powerful, you'll want…

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Anna Kendrick Shares Her Perfect Life Motto With Elle Magazine

Anna Kendrick seems to have this thing we call life all figured out. 

In a recent interview with Elle magazine (for which she posed alongside celeb BFF Aubrey Plaza), the actress discusses everything from turning 30 to the best advice she’s ever received. But best of all, she shares her new life motto, in turn giving us all new words to live by. 

When asked if she has her own motto, Kendrick gave what might be one of her best responses ever: “I can’t think of anything that wouldn’t make me sound like a pretentious fuckface. Maybe that should be my motto: Don’t be a pretentious fuckface.”

That is pretty much the best advice anyone could give, and at least its honest. We can also think of a few people who could benefit from adopting it, too. (Ahem, Donald Trump). 

Throughout her career, Kendrick has also been on the receiving end of some great advice from industry peers like James Corden, who helped her get through her Oscars performance

She told the mag, “I remember when I was getting ready to perform at the Oscars with Neil Patrick Harris, I ran into James Corden from ‘Into the Woods,’ and I told him how nervous I was and he said, ‘You have to enjoy yourself because the 13-year-old you would punch yourself if you didn’t.’ I try to keep that in mind. I think that’s really great advice for everybody. To enjoy yourself in the good moments, and to push yourself in the hard moments.” 

Beyond sharing her wisdom, the “Pitch Perfect” star opened up to Elle about what it means to her to be 30 years old. 

“I started calling myself 30 when I turned 29. I feel really ready for it. I feel like in your twenties you have to put up with a lot of bullshit. I know you have to in your 30s as well, but you can always say, ‘You know what? I’m 30-goddamned years old so I’m going to go home before 2am because I can.’ I’m excited for that.”

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This Elle Spread Is A Reminder Of Fashion’s Major Diversity Issue

Elle magazine marked its 30th birthday with a fashion spread called “The Elle Look” in its September 2015 issue. The magazine called upon 30 prominent designers and their muses to recreate “The Elle Look,” which the publication describes as “channeling our rich history of strong, sexy women with great personal style.'”

Of the 81 designers and muses chosen for the story, only one is black: English actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who is biracial. The collective number of Asian and Latino or Hispanic designers can be counted on one hand, while the muses that represent each designers’ ideal were overwhelmingly white. 

The spread serves to highlight an issue that runs rampant in the fashion industry: a lack of diversity both within the pages of magazines and on the runways. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen pose alongside Beatrix Ost, Giorgio Armani is pictured with model Karolina Kurkova, and the list goes on.

Bethann Hardison, a former model and a prominent fashion consultant who has been calling for diversity for decades, was surprised by the magazine’s glaring omission.

“When [then-publication director] Regis Pagniez brought Elle to the U.S. in the ’80s, he put black girls on the cover. Gail O’Neill, Karen Alexander, Kirsti Bowser. Conde Nast had to step back; it blew their minds,” she told The Huffington Post. This spread is just an example of Elle “feeling precious,” Hardison added. 

That history is why, then, it’s more than a little disappointing to see one of the most influential fashion magazines showing an utter lack of responsibility when it comes to choosing people that represent their vision. Elle didn’t respond to a request for comment from The Huffington Post, but one thing’s clear: When designers, magazine staffers and industry insiders visualize their “girl,” that vision continues to omit people of color. 


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Guess Which Famous Actress Almost Played Elle Woods in Legally Blonde

It's hard to imagine anybody other than Reese Witherspoon starring in Legally Blonde, but Christina Applegate just revealed that she was thisclose to being Elle Woods. So why would Applegate turn down the now iconic…

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Elle Style Awards 2014 Red Carpet Features Lots Of Leggy Looks (PHOTOS)

It took just one look at the 2014 Elle Style Awards red carpet for us to feel embarrassed about not shaving our legs in weeks. Some of the hottest stars attended the “fashion Oscars” on Tuesday night in London, England wearing super short dresses and gowns with high slits that showed off their gorgeous gams.

Among the celebrities sporting leggy looks were models Karolina Kurkova, Jourdan Dunn and Cara Delevingne and actresses Emma Watson and Olga Kurylenko. We barely recognized Jessie J, who was flashing some major skin in a coral cutout dress, lace-up thigh-high boots and a long black wig. Meanwhile, “Woman of the Year” Katy Perry kept it quite demure, aside from that massive diamond ring on her hand.

Check out all the looks from the Elle Style Awards red carpet in the slideshow below and tell us which star had your favorite look.

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