Caitlyn Jenner recently revealed more reasons why she's is fighting with the Kardashians over the book she wrote. Caitlyn appeared on Piers Morgan’s show Life Stories on Thursday and spoke about her transformation from Bruce to Caitlyn, her struggles along the way, and why she is still fighting with her ex-wife and stepkids, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, and Rob Kardashian. According to the interview, the complicated family is feuding because Caitlyn didn't tell the Kardashians about her gender confirmation surgery.
When Caitlyn Jenner publicly transitioned in 2015, she helped push transgender rights into the national consciousness. Now a restaurant is using her experience as a gag — and many people aren’t laughing.
The campaign for the For Every Victory line features athletes and others who have broken a variety of barriers — Caitlyn Jenner for one.
The latest episode of Caitlyn Jenner’s docu-series ‘I Am Cait’ saw the reality star and former Olympian left shaken after she came under fire from angry transgender protestors who accused Caitlyn of not being a true representation of the trans community. In the episode, Caitlyn was speaking at a charity launch when protesters, who have their faces covered, shouted: “Caitlyn Jenner you are an insult to all trans people, you don’t represent us. The protesters became more and more agitated, ranting: “Caitlyn Jenner get away from us! We don’t get jobs, we don’t get any money.
From Kim Kardashian’s platinum blonde hair, to surprise guests like Lamar Odom, to Naomi Campbell’s epic black body suit and fur coat, the scene at Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 3 show was one word: EPIC. Here, we’ve narrowed down the six moments that are sure to go down in New York Fashion Week history.
The Kardashians are changing the world’s perception of plastic surgery. The most talked about family in the country has publicized and filmed procedures, and despite push and pull with the media and fans, they have a tendency to fess up to the treatments they’ve had. “Kylie decided to plump her lips and I don’t think there is anything wrong with that,” Khloé said after the then 17-year-old Kylie admitted to having lip fillers after months of insisting otherwise. "I think if you’ve done something though, it is right to cop up to it.
Last night was Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards, and Caitlyn Jenner was among the eight honorees. Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive calls the honorees “the planet’s most remarkable female leaders,” and Jenner, who was recognized as “The Transgender Champion” has definitely earned the title.
On Monday night at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Reese Witherspoon, Caitlyn Jenner, Victoria Beckham, Misty Copeland, women impacted by the Charleston shooting, Elizabeth Holmes, Cecile Richards, and the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team were honored as Glamour Women of the Year. Sure, it seems like every other week there’s another women’s magazine handing out an award to some celebrities with their famous friends in the audience at a glitzy event. Instead of Hollywood’s elite coming together to praise each other’s works of art — ugh, ugh, ugh, a thousand ughs — this one took the time to celebrate women who have done extraordinary things from ordinary beginnings, and spoke to the people on how — and why — the could (and should) do the same. Look at Elizabeth Holmes as an example.
Photography by Tom Munro for Glamour Caitlyn Jenner, Reese Witherspoon, Misty Copeland and five women touched by the South Carolina church massacre and lauded in the aftermath as “The Peacemakers of Charleston” are among this year’s honorees as Glamour magazine’s Women of the Year. Victoria Beckham, billionaire entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes, Planned Parenthoood’s Cecile Richards and the women’s FIFA soccer Team USA round out the Class of 2015, announced Thursday.
The pressure’s on people! With Halloween only weeks away, it’s time to start racking your brain for the biggest cultural events of the past few months to copy in costume form. From the birth of Princess Charlotte and the Women’s World Cup to Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid and Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood music video, there are plenty of moments to capitalize on in order to make a statement. But making the right one is important and there are some costumes to steer clear of in order to avoid debate, altercations, really weird looks from across the room all night, and outright denial when trick or treating.
Three years ago, the Business of Fashion released its first official BOF 500, a definitive list of 500 people shaping the $1 trillion fashion industry. Models, editors, photographers, designers, billionaires—the comprehensive guide to who’s who featured Tom Ford on its inaugural cover, then Karl Lagerfeld in 2014. This year, the digital site’s editor-in-chief Imran Amed followed print’s lead and thought social for his cover. Eight influencers from across the world cover the supplement, which was illustrated by Instagram sensation Helen Downie who, at the handle @unskilledworker, has nearly 200,000 followers.
Photo: @caitlynjenner/Instagram With Caitlyn Jenner’s status as a style star—and LGBTQ rights activist—fast on the rise, it seemed inevitable that the former Olympian-turned-reality TV regular would be situated front row at the biggest shows of New York Fashion Week. Her daughter Kendall is now a bona fide fixture on the runway, and her stepdaughter, Kim Kardashian, son-in-law Kanye West, and youngest daughter, Kylie, have all made appearances at shows this season. The fashion world was waiting with bated selfie sticks—but five days in, there was still no Jenner. But maybe—JUST maybe—all was not lost! Rumor had it that Jenner would be making an appearance at Zac Posen’s spring 2016 show, taking place at Grand Central Station Monday evening. I felt a bolt of excitement and anticipation run through me as I walked past the mobs of celeb-watchers, American Express card carriers, and protesters (why?) outside Grand Central and into the cavernous Vanderbilt Hall.
2015 will likely go down in history as the year trans issues made it to the forefront of pop culture—and Thursday evening’s Fashion Media Awards, presented by the Daily Front Row, were a perfect example of that. Co-hosted by actor Tony Goldwyn and model Toni Garrn, and attended by such A-listers as Anna Kendrick, Lily Aldridge, Wiz Khalifa, Sofia Coppola, and a slew of editors and industry insiders, the ceremony recognized those media outlets and people who’ve gone above and beyond in the fashion news biz over the last 12 months.
With the end of summer fast approaching, it’s only a matter of time before Halloween stuff begins crowding the shelves—and the questionable costumes start rolling in. This year, it’s happening earlier than usual. According to the New York Daily News, yearly Halloween pop-up mega chain Spirit Halloween has already placed orders for a Caitlyn Jenner-inspired costume. Currently, there are no photos or descriptions of what the costume will look like or be comprised of (though a Twitter user did upload what seems to be a Bruce Jenner/Caitlyn Jenner costume of sorts)—but Spirit PR woman Trusha Lombardo confirmed its existence, calling Jenner “the most important real-life superhero of the year.” “Spirit Halloween is proud to carry the costume that celebrates her,” she continued. While dressing up as Jenner for Halloween isn’t inappropriate in itself, some worry about the costume’s potential to be offensive, and even transphobic. As Vincent Villano, of the National Center for Transgender Equality, told the Huffington Post, “There’s no tasteful way to ‘celebrate’ Caitlyn Jenner or respect transgender people this way on the one night of the year when people use their most twisted imaginations to pretend to be villains and monsters.” A Change.org petition has also been started, in an effort to convince Spirit not to sell the costume.
Caitlyn Jenner Wears a Women’s Swimsuit for the 1st Time With her new E! reality series I Am Cait, Caitlyn Jenner has given the world almost unprecedented access to her very public transition as a transgender person.
“While I felt like I looked great and that the gown looked fabulous, I still have a voice issue,” Caitlyn Jenner has said of her on-stage acceptance of the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs. Caitlyn Jenner says she’s thrilled to finally embrace the gender that she’s always identified with. Jenner mentioned the insecurity earlier this month after accepting the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs.
Ever since Caitlyn Jenner graced the cover of Vanity Fair, designers have been jumping to work with her. In the corresponding spread, she wore Zac Posen and Donna Karan. On a recent trip to New York, the reality star was spotted in Alexander Wang and Hervé Leger. Donatella Versace dressed her in an Atelier Versace number for the ESPYS where the former athlete was recognized with Arthur Ashe Award for Courage.
Photo: The world’s been waiting for (and arguing over) Caitlyn Jenner’s acceptance of the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 ESPYs ever since she was announced as its recipient back in early June. Prior to the award, U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team forward Abby Wambach introduced a 10-minute-long video (which you can view here) of Jenner’s history as both an athlete, and as a person struggling with gender identity, narrated by actor Jon Hamm. Also in the video were brief interviews with Jenner’s mother, sister, and daughter Kendall, who helped explain her story — which we first learned about during her monumental tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer in April. “Just like in 1976,” Hamm said, referring to Jenner’s decathlon win at the Olympics, and now, her living the life she’s always wanted, “the timing couldn’t be any more perfect.” Wearing a cream-colored, long-sleeved Atelier Versace dress with glamorous ruching detailing at the waist (which looked very Kate Middleton, if I may say so myself) and her hair pushed to one side, Jenner looked stunning and statuesque as she took to the stage to accept the award. The occasion marked her first official appearance since coming out as transgender.
@KourtneyKardash/Instagram If there’s one mantra the Jenner family believes in, it’s “family first.” On Wednesday, the entire Jenner crew—Brody, Brandon, Kylie, Kendall, Burt, Cassandra, Kim, Khloe and Kourtney—showed up to the ESPYS in honor of Caitlyn Jenner, who was set to receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. In Instagram pictures posted by almost all of the Kardashian-Jenner ladies—with the obvious caption choices like “SQUAD” and “CLIQUE”—Kylie made a quick transformation, changing into pants and a leather jacket.
Brody Jenner On His Relationship With His “Dad” Caitlyn, Not Knowing the Sex of Kim’s New Baby, & How He’s Only Met Kanye Once “You’ve got to have a sense of humor about it. I say Bruce, I say Caitlyn, I say dad…we mess up all the time. You just laugh it off, who cares?” Brody Jenner tells Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee when discussing his relationship with Caitlyn Jenner in the latest episode of Style Session. Now Caitlyn is in a much happier place.
Caitlyn Jenner is so hot right now. She was pictured on the cover of Vanity Fair, is starring in the upcoming docuseries, I Am Cait, and is a fashion icon on the rise. Huffington Post has tapped the 65-year-old to be a contributor in their network. Caitlyn here,” writing with the same dryness and self-deprecating sense of humor Jenner has come to display over the past whirlwind few weeks. “Up until now, I have totally isolated myself from the transgender community, so I have a lot of catching up to do.
Photo courtesy of Playboy Playboy creator Hugh Hefner’s been getting plenty of negative press lately, mostly in relation to former Playmate Holly Madison’s new tell-all book, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny. But now, someone has come forward to praise Hefner and his long-time liberal, forward-thinking attitude: Caroline “Tula” Cossey, a former Bond girl and the first transgender model to ever appear in Playboy back in 1991, and again in ‘93. In a revealing interview with Playboy (her first in 20 years), Cossey — now 60 and married — remembers how Hefner treated her with respect and dignity in a time when the term “trans” was still widely misunderstood. “I remember being invited to the Mansion to meet Hugh Hefner,” Cossey recalls. He felt my cause.” This was, of course, in a time long before trans people were scoring the covers of Vanity Fair and Time, and starring in major ad campaigns. Cossey says that, after a tabloid exposed to the world that she had been born male, it was her Playboy pictorial that helped her gain acceptance in a less-than-empathetic world. “Playboy’s readership is mostly male and heterosexual, so it allowed me to get out there and prove that people like myself can be sexy and attractive.