Katie Couric

  • Why replacing Matt Lauer with Hoda Kotb is 'strong statement'

    Social media is screaming, “Hell ya!” to the promotion of Hoda Kotb to co-anchor of the "Today" show alongside Savannah Guthrie, replacing Matt Lauer, who was fired for “inappropriate behavior.”

  • Martha Stewart Details Her 'Horrifying' Prison Experience: 'No One Should Have to Go Through That'

    Martha Stewart Details Her 'Horrifying' Prison Experience to Katie Couric

  • This Is How Gwyneth Paltrow Is Going to “Memorialize” Goop

    Actress Gwyneth Paltrow speaks during ‘The Business Of Goop With Gwyneth Paltrow And Lisa Gersh, CEO Of Goop, Moderated By Yahoo’s Katie Couric’ at The Fast Company Innovation Festival on November 10, 2015 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images Gwyneth Paltrow is launching a lifestyle publishing line called, of course, goop. Paltrow’s goop press will be curated in conjunction with Grand Central Life & Style, an imprint of Grand Central Publishing. The first release will be Paltrow’s “It’s All Easy” cookbook, which comes out in April.

  • Plus-Size Clothing: The Real Women Behind The Revolution

    Bloggers have taken to social media to showcase the styles they like and demand to be heard when they feel ignored by the mainstream fashion industry.  Nadia Aboulhosn, popular blogger, designer and model said, “I feel like bloggers have such a heavy influence because we are there on a daily basis for them, to bring them new content, and inspire them and share our own stories.” And it’s not just about clothes. Ashley Hoffman, senior editor of Runway Riot — formerly Styleite, the new fashion and beauty site for curvier women launches mid-November — said, “I think that body acceptance on the Internet is really what brings it to the forefront for businesses.” With campaigns like Lane Bryant’s “Plus Is Equal,” the plus-size model coalition, ALDA, and of course the bloggers, body positivity and acceptance are at the forefront of this cultural movement.