Jennifer Ferrise

Meet her older brother, George Byrne, your next art obsession.
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"Anyone who consents is getting an open-mouth kiss."
The actor has never shied away from statement-making fashion — but embracing feminine style was not as effortless as he's made it look.
Cicely Tyson spent almost seven decades bringing the struggles and joys of African-American life to the screen, and in December, just weeks before she passed away at 96, the esteemed actress sat down with InStyle to share her own incredible life story for our March 2021 issue. Given the news of Ms. Tyson’s passing on Jan. 28, we are sharing it now to honor a beautiful life well-lived.
The Emmy-winning actress talks ambition, turning 40, and her starring role in HBO’s upcoming reboot of In Treatment. 
The network's beloved senior political correspondent is getting her own show on Jan. 24.
Let's just say she won't be joining your Zoom meeting next year.
Returning to film for the first time in over a decade, the Hollywood legend proves she’s still a force to be reckoned with.
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And the time Arquette rented a red carpet dress from Palace Costume.
'Tis the season to be a little extra.
After years of struggling with infertility, the ultra-private pop star opens up about her journey to motherhood.
With conviction, vision, humor, and guts, these women (and a token man) have given us comfort during COVID.
The iconic actress on riding bikes with Kate Hudson, quarantine self-care, and spontaneous dance parties.
"My sons, Harrison and Reese, who are 14 and 11, quickly became my audio techs, and my daughter, Drew, who is 7, became my hair and makeup person."
"I’ve always been a writer and a producer, but suddenly I became the cue-card holder, the prop master, the graphics guy, and the hair and makeup person, too."
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"I’ve just gone completely feral in quarantine," James, who stars in Rebecca, tells The Politician's Schlaepfer. "I think I’ve worn the same white dungarees every single day."
Looking back on 20+ years of friendship — and all the haircuts they've had along the way.
What better time to fall in love with your own abode?
Yellowstone actress Kelsey Asbille talks shop with her ultimate fashion icon, Ruth Negga.
While filming at home during quarantine, he found an able co-star in Benny, whom he describes as a "sexy beast."
See what happened when these two singers got together to talk shop, and shopping.
"Sometimes the darkest of days brings the right kind of change."
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Turns out, they've got a lot more in common than just their flaxen waves.
The actress — and admitted snack lover — spoke to InStyle about her red carpet looks, working with Meryl Streep, and being named Max Mara’s Face of the Future.
"As crazy as things get at SNL, I felt ready for it because a Saturday at a busy salon is also complete insanity.”