Series writer and co-executive producer Georgia Pritchett shares how anxiety can supercharge creativity, and that at the end of the day Succession is really about "having some issues with family."
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Whether it’s on the topic of sex ed, human rights, or the planet, she expects real change, and that means more than just hashtags.
The actress writes that she hit her style stride after three decades in Hollywood and a couple mid-nineties misfires — just in time to be thrown off her game anew with her second pregnancy.
Plus, she tells InStyle about her most meaningful accessories and how she feels about the return of words-on-the-butt pants.
With a candid new memoir, Baggage: Tales From a Fully Packed Life, out October 26, the prolific actor celebrates everything — good and bad — that has led to this moment.
Returning to his design roots, Queer Eye star Tan France debuts a collection of coats — and his pal Lilly Singh is first to wear them.
With a new book out September 28, Hill continues to move the conversation forward. That's why she's one of our Badass Women — those who show up, speak up, and get things done.
The Flag Day star sits down with the infamous Jackass to talk shop... and outfits.
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"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.
She has a new series set in the world of musicals, and Broadway’s reopening in sight. In this essay, the star says her jazz hands are ready for action.
What? He loves red carpet fashion, and now it comes in his size.
And with his latest project, the singer may do just that.
InStyle spoke to costume designer Mandi Line about putting her touch on the Freeform series' final episodes.
Actress Madeline Brewer talks shop with her fashion icon Natasha Lyonne.
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The writer and actress shares which of her SNL characters still crack her up, and how laughter is always the answer.
The Hawaiian senator opens up about being a badass in politics, penning her new memoir, and her love of BTS.
The duo gets real about avoiding trends, sticking to silhouettes that work, and staying grounded in Hollywood.
Going for "that down-home, rose-from-the-concrete vibe" in this cover shoot, the actress makes one thing clear: She is not hiding.
The Vice President of the International Tennis Federation continues to fight for gender and racial equality — both on and off the court.
The pair also bonds over an aversion to heels, fashion faux pas, and equally "horrendous" wardrobe fittings.
She just curated the contemporary art collection of our dreams.
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Helen Mirren had the kindest advice for Ella about the time she accidentally flashed the press — but their fashion high points are just as noteworthy as the lows.
With her bold approach to pretty much everything, the actress and comedian could teach a class on living in the moment.
All I want for Christmas is to watch Cardi B teach a class of kindergarteners.