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Publié le 16/10 à 15:43
Dee Rees, powerful on her New York Magazine cover and powerful in life. I’m so proud to have worked with her on The Last Thing He Wanted.
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Publié le 12/10 à 21:44
I keep thinking how we move through things so quickly these days (how could we not?); I know my personal capacity to absorb something new is often maxed out. For example, a movie opens, we are “obsessed” for a weekend, we move on. I do this too: even when I really love something, I get distracted by the next thing, don’t fully digest the experience and I quickly move on, like the world exists only to entertain me, like great art is unlimited, that my consumption of it as an everyday all-you-can eat buffet is acceptable. We are so fortunate- a ton of worthy, excellent movies are going to come out between now and the end of the year, and our plates are going to become increasingly full. That said, I think A Star is Born is so special, so ambitious, so audacious and so brilliantly human that it shouldn’t just be a news story for one weekend. Even being so excited about what’s coming out, I want to really luxuriate in appreciation for A Star is Born. I saw this film back in August at the Venice Film Festival and I still walk around feeling lucky I was in that audience. This film surprised me in the best possible way; it even killed some cynicism that I didn’t know had snuck into my heart. I loved it. I hope you see it. Bravo Lady Gaga. Bravo Bradley cooper. Thank you. Encore
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Publié le 12/10 à 03:50
Update: To all the men and women who are asking “what about boys”? There is a historic, seismic imbalance between the investment in girls and boys worldwide, especially when it comes to education, with boys overwhelmingly reaping the lion’s share of the reward. In a great deal of the world, educating girls is wrongfully seen as a waste of resources. Programs like this are aiming to level the playing field and evolve the outdated, all-too-common view that boys are more valuable than girls into one of inclusion and equality. I am proud to support any program or way of thinking that seeks to provide this kind of inclusivity and balance. The current reality is that girls need our help because of this generations-old imbalance, and this push towards equality is being done without excluding boys. I appreciate your intent, but this type of “whatabout-ism” is upholding an incredibly harmful and unfair status quo (which I can only hope is the opposite of what you want.) All the best, Annie -- Love and support everything about this. When girls receive an education, amazing things start to happen: poverty goes down. Economies grow. Families get stronger. Babies are born healthier. And the world, by all accounts, gets better. That’s why on the International Day of the Girl, I’m proud to join Michelle Obama and the Global Girls Alliance to stand up for adolescent girls’ education—because the future of our world is only as bright as our girls. Join us:
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Publié le 05/10 à 15:47
#FBF to last week when I had the honor of speaking with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand with my incredible UN Women bosses Phumzile Mlambo Ngcuka and Elizabeth Nyamayaro about the exciting and necessary work the PM is doing to increase paid parental leave in NZ (I also got to meet her daughter Neve!). I ALSO got to moderate two panels at the UN Women global summit with some of our brilliant HeForShe Impact Champions - these are the men who are helping break through the glass ceiling, top down (thanks guys! ‘Bout time!
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Publié le 01/10 à 17:43
The importance of grace; The knowledge that power is nothing without respect; Why one must have patience, positivity, perspective, manners, kindness, and humility Always, To everyone, (No exceptions); The joy in treating people as a gift rather than a burden; How far choosing gratitude can get you... If I know anything about any of this, It’s because I was lucky enough to have learned from the very best at the very beginning. Happy Birthday Julie Andrews, Queen Eternal. All my love, Annie
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Publié le 01/10 à 17:31
Merci pour un weekend inoubliable Givenchy
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Publié le 17/09 à 01:08
To the Human Rights Campaign: You made me feel like a Queen last night! Thank you for my award and for all you do. Joe Biden: What a thrill to hear you speak. Thank you for reminding us who we are and for giving us hope. Awkwafina: I love you. You lit up the room (you light up every room you are in). Thank you for coming to DC for me. Adam Rippon: (you know what I’m thinking because you know why) X
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Publié le 11/09 à 22:12
I found myself outside a fire station ceremony first thing this morning and have been unsuccessfully trying to put my feelings into words since. I can think of no better way to describe what I am feeling than Robert Schwarzman has done here, and so it is my bittersweet pleasure to share his thoughts with those of you who may not have already read them. Repost Robert Schwartzman I was living in NYC and attending the New School in September 2001. I stayed at a hotel in Soho the night of September 10th, and woke up to the news that a plane had hit one of the World Trade Center towers. The news didn’t know what to make of it and began to speculate. Then news of the second plane was announced and it was more clear what had taken place. I walked outside the hotel, turned towards downtown, and could see the two smoking towers in the distance. I accompanied the hotel staff to pickup some extra flashlights and batteries at the local market. When I returned to the hotel, the buildings were no longer standing. The feeling around NYC that resonated and sustained for months following this event was one of pure and genuine connection. Everything and everyone felt so in tune and in sync, like you were standing with strangers who felt no different than your family. I’m currently in NYC and walking these streets 17 years later is bringing this all back. It’s surreal to think that this monumental event actually happened and how much time has passed. Thinking back to that feeling of unity, I can’t help but think about this feeling of separation and division that plagues our country right now. I believe there’s more love than hate in us, more connection than division, more friends than enemies. I want to believe it shouldn’t have to take events like this to get to this place of connection, that it’s always present when we want to embrace it. It’s hard to keep things in perspective once the dust settles, but memories and history continue to remind us of the beauty we’re capable of. Today we remember as a city, as country, and as a planet.
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Publié le 08/09 à 20:37
Many thanks to Ralph Lauren for a spectacular and dreamy NY night. Congrats on 50 years!
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Publié le 08/09 à 20:34
Ralph Lauren #RL50 #NYFW