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From: Esquire UK.
Anne Hathaway has been announced as a UN Goodwill Ambassador for Women, joining a rarified club that also includes Nicole Kidman and Esquire favourite Emma Watson.
Emily Ratajkowski recently turned 25, and what do you do when you're an Instagram model extraordinaire and celebrating a birthday? You throw a great big party in L.A. and invite loads of photographers along. Obviously.
No major international football tournament would be complete without a cursory significant others selfie. This summer it's the ladies of French football attempting to go viral.
Natalie Dormer has had a productive seven days: somehow surviving another week on Game of Thrones AND taking home the Women In Film's Face Of The Future award.
Word on the street is that Rihanna will make a surprise appearance at Glastonbury this year. The question is whether she's ready for that inevitable West Country downpour and thousands and thousands of pissed-up Brits? Barbados it ain't.
Supermodel and famous coder Karlie Kloss took a break from the catwalk and the computer to present at the CFDA Fashion Awards this week.
Gigi Hadid was snapped jumping on the band T-shirt bandwagon in London. Luckily she's got the genes to get away with that risky Grease perm too.
Another woman who went to the Women In Film Awards was Kate Beckinsale. She's also bringing back the Underworld film series, which will either be brilliant or terrible. There is no in between.
The women of Esquire this June.
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?
Pictures and behind-the-scenes accounts from the sexiest show on earth.
The unseen polaroids are seriously not suitable for work.
The only woman to have seduced both James Bond and the jury at the Cannes Film Festival—is not the girl next door. Unless you happen to live in the right arrondissement.