November 2017

Maxine Waters, Gigi Hadid and Samantha Bee at Glamour Awards

Anyone searching for female power would have found a flood of it at Glamour’s three-hour-long Women of the Year Awards, held on Monday night at the Kings Theater in Brooklyn.

Beneath an ornate ceiling, one accomplished woman after another took the stage, encouraging the audience to do more, to aim higher and to fear less. It was like thumbing through an all-star issue of Glamour magazine.

Drew Barrymore spoke off-the-cuff about her friend Samantha Bee, the late-night host and an honoree. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author of “We Should All Be Feminists,” introduced Maria Grazia Chiuri, the first female creative director of Dior, who used the title of Ms. Adichie’s book on T-shirts in her first collection for the label.

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Maxine Waters, Gigi Hadid and Solange Knowles Named Glamour’s Women of the Year

Glamour’s Women of the Year awards, which took place Monday at Kings Theater in Brooklyn, honored women across a variety of professions including the organizers of the Women’s March.

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November 2017

The Glamour Women of the Year Awards

For 27 years, Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards has honored game changers, rule breakers, and trailblazers. This year proved to be one of our biggest ever. Watch the show and read our live blog to relive every inspiring moment.

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The Biggest Moments From the 2017 Women of the Year Awards

This year’s Women of the Year honorees cover a lot of bases—an astronaut, a supermodel, a refugee, an Oscar winner—but they’re all using their platforms to improve the lives of women everywhere. In a year that’s seemed especially hard for everyone, the trailblazers and icons we’ll hear from tonight represent the things we have to be thankful for right now.

Hosted by Billy Eichner at the beautiful Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, Glamour’s 2017 Women of the Year Awards was bigger than ever. Check out the biggest moments of the night…

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July 2017

How sport is redefining style

Derek Blasberg explores the intertwining worlds of fashion and sport including the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic New York . Featuring Roger Federer, Kate Hudson, Nacho Figueras and Tinker Hatfield.

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June 2017

Kendall Jenner Drinks Rosé, Talks Safety Pin Earrings and Horses at Veuve Clicquot’s Polo Classic

There are a handful of sacred calendar days every year that you simply don’t mess with—the fourth Thursday in November is for Thanksgiving, the first Monday in May is for the Met Gala, and, as in-the-know New Yorkers have come to learn, the first Saturday June is reserved for one thing: Veuve Clicquot’s annual Polo Classic. Saturday’s festivities marked the 10th annual iteration of the brouhaha. It’s no secret that the party draws in a litany of A-listers, influencers, and Clicquot fans of all sorts—Nicole Kidman, Alessandra Balazs, Keri Russell, Lucy Hale, and Freida Pinto were just a few in the mix this year—but to mark this year’s 10th annual Champagne shower, VC upped its game by hiring none other than Kendall Jenner to make an appearance.

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June 2017

Inside the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic With Kendall Jenner, Nicole Kidman, and More

While Memorial Day might be the official kick-off to summer, those in the Tristate area know that the true start of the season comes a week later, with the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic. Held at Liberty State Park, the yearly event sees celebrities donning their summer best for a sunny day of drinking Champagne, taking in the sport, and stomping the divots. As the match celebrated its tenth anniversary this year, this weekend’s event was even more star-studded, with guests including Nicole Kidman, Kendall Jenner, Priyanka Chopra, Frieda Pinto, Kate Mara, Lucy Hale, and more, culminating in a performance by Alicia Keys.

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Inside the 10th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

“It’s beer and chicken wings for the Super Bowl, but it’s Champagne and lobster for the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic,” noted Nacho Figueras ahead of the annual event at Liberty State Park overlooking the Manhattan skyline Saturday. A decade ago the Argentinian-born player partnered with the French brand to bring the sport back to New York City for the first time since the Thirties.

“It’s a wonderful achievement and my next big goal is really to take this live-streaming [of the event] to the next level and hopefully get millions of people to tune in and thousands to show up,” he continued, brushing a hand through his tousled mop of brown hair.

For years, the daytime event has been the unofficial kickoff to outdoor summer events in and around the city. This year, the event did draw 1,000 more guests compared to last. “Hopefully, one day we’ll create something like the Kentucky Derby or the Super Bowl,” he added.

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