This new series focuses on women in different industries and the specific accessory or style that's part of their daily uniform. First up is NYC-based yoga instructor Steph Armijo. She talks about the accessory she won't leave home without, the sports hero she looks up to and her super-inspiring morning routine (she gets up at 4:30 a.m. most days!).
In this final part of the 2016 Real Gals series, Carolyn Liou talks about growing up in Taiwan and Maryland, transitioning from the corporate to the startup world, and how to stand up for yourself at work. 🙌🏼
Amanda talks maternity leave and being a new mom in this month's Real Gals post.
Emily talks about her first apartment with her now-husband in New York City (it was tiny!) and how a storm nearly derailed their wedding, plus, she gives her tips on working closely with a boss/friend.
Hannah is the sweetest, smartest, and most inspiring. She talks about her experiences being bullied, her favorite TV shows, and the quirky thing about her that hardly anyone knows!
This month's Real Gal talks boarding school, having a twin sister, and her epic 30th birthday plans.
Meet this GlamourGals advisory board member who travels internationally for her job and nearly became a rabbi before switching gears to attend law school. Plus, she shares her must-have accessory!
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the inspiring scholarship winners and special guests at this year's Glammy Scholarship Awards.
Eight daughters and one son share what they love about their moms and what they've learned from them.
Meet 88-year-old Patricia Snook, the star of the second part of the Real Gals series, a collaboration with the nonprofit GlamourGals, which empowers women of all ages.
I'm so excited to share this new series with you, in collaboration with the amazing nonprofit GlamourGals. And to introduce you to Rosalie!
Meet this lovely native Australian who lives in Brooklyn, has the coolest style, and shares how she bravely took on a murder story for a photography project to give a voice to the female victims.
Erin shares how she got into playing video games, Raven lists her three favorite series for anime newbies, and Lisa explains how she created a Sailor Moon event that spread to 48 cities across the globe.
Liz shares how anime and cosplay has had a huge, empowering affect on her life.
Think being a singer is easy? Kristina works incredibly hard to get her name, message, and voice out there. Read all about what it's like to be a rising star.
Ever wonder what it’s like to post quirky episodes on YouTube about your life—and have an especially popular video get 50,000 views? Meet Katie.
Kadi's worst first date: a guy who was a little too obsessed with his cats. (Yes, it's possible.)
Denise's worst first date: he was already talking honeymoons and life partners.
After losing both her mother and grandmother before she was 22, Vivian did an amazing thing: she created an online community for other young people who have lost loved ones.
Mitch's worst first date: the guy picked him up in a minivan. The end.
When she was considering riding (and owning) a motorcycle, she thought, Why not me?
She’s got big, fabulous hair, a doctorate in performance studies, and a flair for personal style.
Dayna talks about her film inspiration and how she makes time for herself.
Learn about how GG has evolved from an idea Rachel had at 17 to the national organization it is today. (Plus, she shares her tips on creating your own business or nonprofit!)