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From: Esquire UK.
The first ever woman to be named as the Democratic Party nominee, all that stands between Hillary Clinton and the Big Job is a toupee-wearing xenophobe with a wall building fetish. Also, her middle name is Rodham... Rodham!
Cara Delevingne and her world famous eyebrows made the pilgrimage to nerd nirvana, aka Comic Con, for another round of promotion for Suicide Squad. A few days later she had a rap battle with James Corden. Diverse.
Kendall Jenner last week became the sort of unofficial spokesperson for the #FreeTheNipple movement (Instagram doesn't let women post photos of bare nipples), after she was snapped going sans bra when out and about in NYC. Her thoughts on the whole thing? "I think it's cool and I really just don't care! It's sexy, it's comfortable and I'm cool with my breasts. That's it!"
While we don't condone open flames in a wooded area (very dangerous), we will commend Harper's Bazaar and Rosie Huntington-Whitely on their incendiary new photoshoot for their September issue.
A former Miss Israel and the only redeeming aspect of the woeful Batman v Superman, Gal Gadot will take centre stage as Wonder Woman next year after the trailer premiered at Comic Con. It looks pretty great so far.
The fastest British woman. Of. All. Time. Twenty-year-old Dina Asher-Smith smashed it again at the Olympic Anniversary Games and is packing her bags for Rio. You could say it's a golden opportunity for her.
The woman with the kind of gaze that can make you awkwardly stare at your shoes for an inappropriate amount of time, Kirsten Stewart is the ice cold cover star for our friends over at ELLE this month.
The new face of Dior sunglasses, Rihanna turns these shades from 'Granny at the bingo' into beach cool. And we're not really sure how.
Plus your new favourite Brazilian Model.
One of the many emerging talents on Esquire's radar.
Singapore's three-time Paralympic gold medallist takes us underwater to reveal her most powerful and defining form.
Jean Danker typifies the good girl that you hear about, the studious, “by-the-books” kind that you can take home to mother.
This is a story of how an 11-year-old American girl became a Korean music sensation who is worshipped around the world. This is a story of betrayal and liberty in an industry that values one over the other. This is the story of how a queen is made.
She won the crown, but can Rathi
Menon make something of her reign?