Elle magazine

The Toronto born beauty stuns on the cover and in this editiorial spread.

Elle Magazine's 6th Annual Women in TV event brought out Black Hollywood in a big way.

Taraji P. Henson and Viola Davis bring black girl magic to Elle's February issue.

Even King Kylie Jenner isn't going to stay on Instagram forever.

Mary J. Blige is featured in Elle magazine’s latest issue. Like the true diva that she is, the Queen rocks the season’s most regal furs, from fox to goat. She talks about her on-stage persona and playing Nina Simone on screen. On performing on stage: Honey, there are no distractions when you’re onstage, because you […]

Chanel Iman covers Elle magazine’s October 2011 issue. Wearing a Herve Leger swimsuit and Gucci miniskirt, Chanel’s headline promises she’ll teach us how to be a bombshell. Inside, she gives an answer we love: “Any woman who has a positive attitude about herself and carries herself with class but doesn’t try too hard and say, […]

Zoe Kravitz covers Elle South Africa’s September 2011 issue and inside she reveals her greatest fear, why she lies, and her favorite quality in a man. For the shoot she wore Jimmy Choo shoes, RE: denim, and a studded Sass & Bide dress. Here’s what she revealed during their Q&A: Style icons? ‘Sarah-Jessica Parker and […]

Whenever we get the opportunity, HB likes to profile any and all fresh-faced models of color who are on the rise – the ones who will soon claim the spots once held by Tyra Banks and Tyson Beckford. We’ve been following the careers of Chanel Iman and Jourdan Dunn for some time now, but we […]

Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Hudson, Willow Smith and Aretha Franklin are featured in Elle magazine’s “Women In Music” issue (May 2011). The mag labeled them the “Gold Dust Women.” Check out their hot shots and interview excerpts below: Nicki Minaj On being a rapper: “I always wanted to play with the boys. I didn’t want to […]

Elle Magazine is celebrating it's 25th anniversary with its October issue by profiling 25 "game-changing" women who are also in their twenties. Gabourey Sidibe and Atlanta's own Janelle Monae made the cut, and Sidibe even scored one of the four different covers.