The beloved fashion photographer, who helped launch the careers of some of the most recognizable supermodels, died on Tuesday at age 74.
Former VS Angel Doutzen Kroes, supermodel Christy Turlington Burns, and actress and model Milla Jovovich all signed the open letter.
The Duchess of Sussex helped guest-edit the September issue and even interviewed Michelle Obama for it.
The industry has changed.
Before marrying in 2004, the couple crossed paths when Burns fetched Turlington a cup of coffee.
To understand how a gorgeous supermodel transitioned to understanding public health issues surrounding women's maternal health in depth, you must know Turlington is not your typical model.
“Most days, it’s impossible. But since becoming a mom, I have my priorities very clear. Family is first," she said. Of course
I didn't know much about TV/Film production; I just knew that I wanted to make films and I didn't have the money to do it.
What do you think is the biggest issue for women in the workplace? I like to think that women can do whatever they want in
A couple years later, I was traveling with the humanitarian organization Care, on a trip with my mother to her home country
Kate Moss Karolina Kurkova Moss' best friend Naomi Campbell took a stand for ALS in a really hot way. And earlier this week
If anyone could pull off big, white hair with pink bows strewn around it, it's Christy Turlington Burns. And that's exactly
The gorgeous supermodel stars on the July "ageless style" cover of Vogue UK for the first time in eighteen years, which is
A study published recently in the weekly medical journal, The Lancet, estimated that 293,000 women worldwide died of pregnancy
What do we think of C-sections? We think that every woman should have access to emergency obstetric care, but we also think that physiological birth should be the norm because it is.
Usually you pretend to be intimate on these types of campaigns, and when they go to change a lens or the roll of film is
Christy Turlington Burns Says C-Sections As The Norm In U.S. Are 'Dangerous For Both Moms And Children'
"It's the norm in this country to have a Cesarean section, and that is dangerous for both moms and children," she said. "Women
I am ashamed to admit that I struggle to remember everyone's names, to separate the stories, but I feel the weight of their belief in the Unexpected Project, to share their stories and to make a difference for their surviving daughters, sisters, nieces and granddaughters.