Emma Watson and friends at Men’s final, wimbledon
thereallukeevans: Belle, Gaston and SpiderMan walk into the men’s tennis finals match……#ralphlauren
Emma Watson | Wimbledon Tennis Championships, Day 12, London (
July 14 , 2018)
Emma Watson – Joins international athletes at Hockey Futures launch event (
July 12 , 2018)
Badass Women celebrates women who show up, speak up and get things done.
Last summer, President Trump announced a ban on transgender people in the military. It was then, as it is now, both nonsensical and prejudicial. After I heard the news, I was furious, so I asked my features team to find a transgender woman serving in the military and profile her for the magazine. My editors wanted to focus on a U.S. Army captain named, yes, Jennifer Peace. Peace joined the military when she was 19 and has served our country for 13 years. She is a married mother of three and has participated in every war of her generation. The first thing I thought was, “Damn, what a badass.” With that, we decided to launch an ongoing Badass Women series, celebrating those who are brave, brilliant, and, most important, consistent. And now I’m so proud to release the first Badass Women issue of InStyle. History is filled with women who have changed the world with a singular or daring act, but it’s those who keep going— with or without recognition—whom I really admire. This entire issue honors spectacular women. All they have to do—and all we have to do—is keep showing up. —Laura Brown, InStyle Editor in Chief.
37. Emma Watson: The actress has consistently fought for women’s rights and education from the beginning of her career. As a United Nations Women Goodwill Ambassador, she introduced the world to the HeForShe campaign, which invites all genders to step up for equality, a mission she now continues through her work with Time’s Up.