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From: Esquire UK
Currently doing press for her forthcoming musical La La Land, Emma Stone has been voicing her hopes about the film. The erudite actress commented that she wanted the film to inspire people to chase their dreams. "This is what I hope young people will do - work hard to achieve their dreams and hope, instead of be cynical." It's nice to hear someone being upbeat for a change.
Snapped with beau Michael Fassbender in Venice this week for their new film, Alicia Vikander looked effortlessly relaxed and charming. The actor confessed he had fallen in love with her on set commenting on how "fierce" and "brave" he thought she was. The man is certainly blessed.
Taking the VMA's by storm with her Lemonade medley performance and leaving with her arms full of awards, Beyoncé was pretty much the only good thing about the evening. The singer also took the mothers of four victims of police brutality as her guest to the red carpet in a nod to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Amy Schumer is certainly not to be fucked with and it seems unlikely anyone will dare heckle her again. The American comedian was performing her live show in Stockholm last night when she had a man escorted out for yelling "Show us your tits." but not before dressing him down mercilessly. The whole incident is very satisfying to see.
Face (and dance) of the new Kenzo fragrance campaign, Margaret Qualley let loose in the advert directed by Spike Jonze. The leg kicks, manic grins and Popeye muscle flexing are all sublime, the actress proved perfume ads don't need to be just a pretty girl and a bottle.
Forbes this week named Victoria's Secret trailblazer Gisele as the highest paid model in the world. What is more impressive is learning she has held the title since 2002 and is nearly $10m ahead of any other model. See who kept her company in the top 10 here.
The US Open has rolled around, which means Serena Williams displaying her unrivaled athletic talent on the court. Currently tying with Steffi Graf on 22 grand slam titles the extraordinary tennis force has laid out her mission to break the record and claim her 23rd. That's 6 more than the men's record FYI.
New York Fashion Week front rows and Emily Ratajkowski penning a note.
Cao's precocious resilience has allowed her to set sights on the fashion world map.
Learning beyond her acting, singing, and social activist career. Now, we're all ears on how she discovered living through death.
She may come across as distant and private (or misleading, if you recall that
social media fiasco), but she has no qualms in baring her heart about
being a late bloomer in her career and love life.
She isn’t the same woman who left the country to model.
We discover more of her own self-discovery.
One of the many emerging talents on Esquire's radar.