In this new podcast, former child star Ashley Tisdale chronicles her sartorial journey beginning with the outfit she wore on a career-altering audition for The Disney Channel's The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Tisdale, who calls Christina Aguilera an early style mentor, also shares how she developed some of her most celebrated roles—including that of Sharpay in High School Musical—through costume.
As a self-proclaimed Jewish American Princess, Long Island native Bethenny Frankel was completely obsessed with skintight acid-wash jeans, Fiorucci sweatshirts, and Lycra (lots of Lycra) in the eighties. Here she tells the story of what she wore at 16 on Valentine’s Day, when she lost her virginity to her longtime boyfriend.
Saturday Night Live breakout star Aidy Bryant proves that fashion can be a comic’s most powerful prop, as she shares the hilarious story of what she wore to her SNL audition. She admits, “I want to look put together, but I could fall apart at any point.”
Working in the male-dominated world of New York real estate has never stopped Ivanka Trump from wearing the most vertiginous stilettos (yes, even on visits to construction sites) with office-appropriate dresses. Here she tells the story of what she wore—heels and all—when she met her husband through a work connection.
Uzo Aduba was the very last person to think she’d be nominated for an Emmy, for her performance on Orange Is the New Black—but her mom wasn’t the least bit surprised. Here the actress shares the poignant story of her Emmy journey, including seeing her mother from onstage and the outfit she wore that made her feel “regal, poised, and tall” at a petite 5’3”.
Many women dream of what they'll wear at their wedding—most never conceive of what they'll wear for their divorce. In this mini podcast, Glamour's senior online fashion editor shares the story of the outfit she wore to feel empowered and strong during her heart-wrenching divorce.
Glamour fashion director Jillian Davison talks about transforming her casual Aussie style when she flew to New York City to interview for one of fashion's most prestigious jobs.
Designer Cynthia Rowley waited until the day before leaving for her nuptials to make her wedding dress. Refusing to overthink what she wore—or anything else about her big day—paid off in the most unexpected way.
When it came time to choose her bat mitzvah dress, a 12-year-old Rebecca Minkoff decided to make it herself. The now wildly successful designer recalls her earliest style days.