Jennifer Ferrise

Here, she shares the personal backstory behind the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, ahead of its fourth season, as well as some of the other iconic female characters in her ouvre.
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Returning to her West Side Story roots, legendary actress Rita Moreno proves her star still burns bright. Before turning "the big 9-0," she looks back on decades of highs, lows, and laughs in Hollywood.
The Antiguan American model, who made her celebrated New York Fashion Week debut this fall, is leading the charge toward a more inclusive industry. Here, we chat with her as part of our year-in-review Voices of Style package.
The ladies of Sex and the City are back, turning the streets of New York into their own personal runway and making us feel like it's 1998 all over again. Here, the reboot's costume designers tell all — well, almost all.
As the year comes to a close, we celebrate the creatives and luminaries who drove culture — and style — forward.
The former Secretary of State shares the diplomatic symbolism behind her collection of brooches — and if she wore a crab to meet you for dinner, well, we're sorry to be the ones to tell you what that meant.
The legendary costume designer explains how Carrie Bradshaw's opening-credits tutu came to be, and why Emily looked so Midwestern in Paris.
Before returning to Atlanta, the 2021 Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award winner stars in The Harder They Fall, a spaghetti Western produced by Jay-Z. She’s also stretching her impact into climate activism and mulling a career move into midwifery — as soon as her schedule frees up a little.
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With the launch of her new publishing imprint, Tiny Reparations Books, the comedian is championing underrepresented voices.
The Nora From Queens star says no one knows what to say to a kid who has lived through that kind of tragedy — and it changed the way she sees the world.
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Billy Eichner pays tribute to the streets that continue to inspire him.
She signed a four-year modeling contract at 97. See what projects this Badass Woman put in motion for her 100th birthday, August 29.
The supermodel was just 21 when she first met the legendary actor, and an unlikely friendship began.
After more than a decade in comedy, the Aussie actress is set to star in her first major drama and make her directorial debut. But first: She's getting her spending habits in order.
In this essay, she recalls how the film didn't just change her career, it changed her life.
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As a comic, Wanda Sykes is known for being completely candid. But it wasn’t until she was honest with herself that she found true happiness. In this essay, she explores that journey.
With a new gospel album out this month, the actor, singer, and Instagram sensation shares his best-kept beauty secrets.
Meet her older brother, George Byrne, your next art obsession.
"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. 
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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.