What is the future?
Taking this forward, the famous fashion magazine, Marie Claire US, is celebrating its quarter-century which started in 1994 in the USA. In their October issue, Marie Claire has chosen to celebrate their 25 year run in the US industry by taking up 25 remarkable feminine faces from diverse fields who have set the world on fire through their extraordinary work and made a place in world history. Rather than opting for a throwback and dwelling upon the history, the magazine chose to embrace the future.
Unveiling the first four faces, Marie Claire filled us up with curiosity about the rest 21 faces.
Who can forget the pink-haired golden girl from the field of France! Meghan Rapinoe tops the list of leaving her mark on the world. With her brilliant performance on the field and bringing the FIFA World Cup Trophy to the USA, Meghan did not fail to spread the message “we need to love more” in her Ticker-tape Parade of Manhattan. Her endless banter with President Trump or her stand on equal pay, Meghan is definitely one woman we all look up to. The kickass girl of this year, Meghan along with World Cup Trophy also brought Golden Award Trophy for best player and Golden Boot Trophy for highest scorer.
Who knew the fate of a weekend western swing folk singer from the alleys of Texas? The journey of down to earth country girl to the most polished music prodigy, Kacey Musgrave grabbed her position in the industry from her debut album ‘Same Trailer Different Park’ by winning CMA New Artist Award of the year. The six-time Grammy winner, the perfectionist of the industry chooses to build a more vulnerable heart to heart connection with her audience rather than a mere cerebral connection.
Awkwafina, 31 years old actress rapper, the creator of 2012 ‘My Vag’ which instantly went viral for an amazing attitude and screaming out the message of body positivity, talks about her journey in the industry in the October issue of Marie Claire. A fierce feminist with a teenage boy attitude, Nora Lum aka Awkwafina is creating her space in the industry with some remarkable performances as a street hustler in ‘Ocean’s 8’. Currently, her plate is overflowing with work and we are more than delighted to see her talk about all the memories that helped her achieve the stardom in which she is basking currently.
Along with other artists, the Indo-Canadian girl Lilly Singh also gets candid with Marie Claire and shares the details of her journey and her upcoming plans. The new talk show ‘A Little Late with Lilly Singh’ will be the only late-night show hosted by a woman that too by someone who is of Indian origin. It is soon going to be aired on NBC which not only gave her butterflies but also hit her with nervousness when someone stated the fact that she will be watched by over 2 billion people. Keeping her calm Lilly went back to where she started. Launching her own YouTube channel under the name ‘Superwoman’ while combating depression, Lilly came a long way in her over a decade journey. During those time, Lilly has a list of idols whom she used to admire and like a usual fan just wanted an autograph, but now she can directly call them up and ask for their advice. In the latest issue, Lilly encourages everyone to not to stop dreaming and keep working hard.
Well, we definitely can’t keep calm after this and are so proud of these history makers.