As an artist, Jenny Holzer has always been ahead of her time. But with a raft of new projects, she’s proving she was made for this one. “I do dire even when things are good,” she says, “so now that times are dire, I fit.”
Cohost Tracy Clayton breaks down how the ultra-nostalgic new podcast series came to be.
They’ve been at the forefront of multiple movements for equality. But Black trans women remain one of the most marginalized, at-risk communities in the world—and that needs to change, writes Ashlee Marie Preston.
For these 23 creatives and activists who are shaking up the worlds of art, music, film, and fashion in the British capital right now, progress means breaking down old boundaries, building bridges across cultures, and finding inspiration in one another.
Addressing the fraught history behind Black nursing, and how to counteract the barriers to the breast with Latham Thomas.
The award-winning director selected eight change-makers who are reshaping the way we think about art, identity, and progress.
These women are breaking down barriers in fashion, art, lifestyle, beauty, and food.
At 32, Robyn Rihanna Fenty is already an icon. But the secret to her success in the beauty business might lie in how she has reimagined what it means to be one.
At a time when Black trans women are finally being included within the conversations fueling the fight for equality and justice, Jones knows her presence within the movement is vital.
We ask 28 activists, authors, actors, performers, personalities, designers, models, and artists how they engage in Pride and LGBTQ+ activism in their daily lives.
A look back at the screen siren's best looks.
“We must accept finite disappointment, but we must never lose infinite hope,” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., once said. But this latest chapter in America’s reckoning with race and racism, his daughter writes, is about turning that hope into justice.
Jameela Jamil and author Jennifer Ashley Wright take down toxic masculinity in a new episode of BAZAAR.com's Dare I Say podcast.
The 12-year-old “I Just Wanna Live” singer, who recently signed with Warner Records, opens up about fighting racial injustice, getting name-checked by President Obama, and why making music gives him hope
The Tony, Emmy, and Grammy winner talks to I May Destroy You star Michaela Coel about finding solace in difficult times, meeting (and then playing) Aretha Franklin, and the simple things that give her hope.
In a matter of months, our systems, routines, and lives have been upended—by a pandemic, by racial injustice, by isolation and inequality. But in many ways, these events and experiences have also exposed how they all need to change. For BAZAAR’s Summer issue cover story, Christy Turlington Burns talked to five hopeful women—Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix, U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood, public health expert Dr. Leana Wen, model Ashley Graham, and New York State gubernatorial aide Melissa DeRosa—who have visions for what the post-COVID-19 new world should look like: more equitable, just, and safe for everyone—and very different from the one we’re leaving behind.
With the spirit of protest pervading 2020, there’s no stopping LGBTQ+ organizations and individuals from expressing their Pride and promoting equality—even amid a global pandemic.
Former First Lady and When We All Vote co-chair Michelle Obama talks to writer and producer Shonda Rhimes about why voting matters—maybe now more than ever.
An ongoing photo series honors the art form’s true pioneers during Pride Month and beyond.