A Guide to All the Celebrity Endorsements for the 2020 Presidential Election

We have months to go before the 2020 presidential election, but the race is in full swing. While we still don’t know which one of the Democratic candidates will face Donald Trump in the general election, some famous faces have chimed in to throw their weight (and social cache) behind their favorites. The field has started to narrow, with candidates like former Congressman Beto O’Rourke, Mayor Bill de Blasio, and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand ending their bids. But the rest of the field pushes ahead. Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Bernie Sanders, and former Vice President Joe Biden battle it out for that frontrunner spot. Mayor Pete Buttigieg shores up support in Iowa. And Senators Kamala Harris and Cory Booker take their case on the road, hoping to garner a second look from undecided voters.

Of course, to win the primaries (and the eventual head-to-head race), candidates need to appeal to a broad swath of people. But a little boost from likeminded (and beloved) celebrities can’t hurt. This fall, John Legend came out in support of Warren, while Chrissy Teigen expressed admiration for both Warren and Harris. Cardi B and Susan Sarandon are back on the campaign trail for Sanders, while actor Rosario Dawson has shown up at campaign events for Booker, her boyfriend.

Here’s a list of who celebrities are endorsing, so far.

6 Perfect Holiday Party Dress Ideas to Copy Through New Year’s

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So many events, so little time—that’s why the holiday party dress is such a crucial part of one’s wardrobe this time of year. It’ll get you through Thanksgiving dinner with the family, end-of-year work functions, and festive outings with friends. And while you have a few silhouettes that never let you down (LBD, we love you so), there’s no hurt in shopping around for updated pieces that feel festive and modern. We found six perfect holiday party dress ideas that fit the bill, plucked straight from Fashion Week street style. Read on for a season’s worth of inspiration.

The LBD has never let you down, we know. But this holiday, for the sake of switching things up, reach for its thematically on-point sibling, the Little Red Dress. A long-sleeve, ruffle-trimmed mini, like the one Camila Cabello wore to Paris Fashion Week, feels very festive.

Edward Berthelot

The holidays give us license to wear sequins any time, anywhere. That applies to daytime soirees—just top it with a long printed overcoat to tone down the sparkle.

Edward Berthelot

Holiday dressing very much encourages a “more is more” approach. So why pick between the top prints of the season when you can simply wear them all at once? Take it from Eva Chen: Colorful plaid and snakeskin make for a surprising good pairing.

Edward Berthelot

Don’t discount the holiday party outfit potential of a shirtdress: A printed style with a flared-out skirt makes for a dramatic look.

Melodie Jeng

You can’t get through the holidays without at least one velvet party outfit. Play up this seasonal staple with on-trend updates, like a midlength skirt, poufed sleeves, and vintage-inspired floral embellishments.

Christian Vierig

Leave the animal prints for your daytime looks. Once the sun sets, break out the colorful variations on the trend.

Claudio Lavenia

T.I. Says He Accompanies His Daughter to the Gynecologist to ‘Check Her Hymen’

This week rapper T.I. went on the Ladies Like Us podcast with actress Nazanin Mandi and makeup artist Nadia Moham. They discussed music and family, but when the conversation turned to fatherhood things took an unexpected turn. The co-hosts asked the rapper if he’d had the sex talk with his daughters to which he responded that he’s not only broached the subject with them, but he takes his 18-year-old daughter, Deyjah Harris, to the gynecologist annually to “check her hymen,” presumably to check if she’s still a virgin.

“Deylah’s 18, just graduated high school now and she’s attending her first year of college, figuring it out for herself,” he said. “And yes, not only have we had the conversation, we have yearly trips to the gynecologist to check her hymen.”

The rapper also admitted that he make sure she checks the box on her medical form that allows the doctor to share information with him. It sounds like the hosts think the 39-year-old is kidding, but then he continued adding details about their doctor visits.

“So it’s this one time we go, I think this might have been after her 16th birthday,” said T.I. “This is what we do… Usually, like the day after the [birthday] party, she’s enjoying her gifts. I put a sticky note on the door: ‘Gyno. Tomorrow. 9:30.’”

“So we’ll go and sit down and the doctor will come and talk and the doctor’s maintaining a high level of professionalism,” he said. “He’s like, ‘Well, you know sir, I have to, in order to share information’ — I’m like, ‘Deyjah, they want you to sign this… so we can share information. Is there anything you would not want me to know?’ ‘See doc? No problem.’”

As is common knowledge, there are ways to break your hymen without having sex. Some women are even born without hymens. And while the doctor tried to warn T.I. about this, it fell on deaf ears.

“So then they say, ‘I just want you to know there are other ways besides sex that the hymen can be broken. Like bike riding, athletics, horseback riding and just other forms of athletic physical activity. So I said, ‘Look doc, she don’t ride no horses, she don’t ride no bikes, she don’t play no sports. Just check the hymen, please. And give me back my results expeditiously.”

The rapper then went on to say that, “As of [Deyjah’s] 18th birthday, her hymen is still intact.”

What T.I. is explaining is often known as virginity testing, the gynecological examination of female genitalia to attempt to determine whether or not a woman has had vaginal intercourse. Which is not only faulty science—the World Health Organization has said, “[it] has no scientific or clinical basis. There is no examination that can prove a girl or woman has had sex, and the appearance of girl’s or woman’s hymen cannot prove whether they have had sexual intercourse, or are sexually active or not”—but can be damaging to the women who undergo it. So much so that as of 2018, the U.N. has called these tests a violation of human rights and a form of gender discrimination.

After the clip circulated, many on social media were outraged by T.I.’s admission, as you’ll see below. Head here to listen to the interview in full.

Emilia Clarke Reveals the ‘Unsung Heroes’ Behind Her Life-Saving Brain Surgeries

Earlier this year, Emilia Clarke revealed that she suffered two massive brain aneurysms that nearly killed her. (The first happened when she was just 24, and the second after season three of Game of Thrones.) She’s continued to reflect on this life-threatening experience, most recently in an interview with People. In it, Clarke talks more about what happened to her and credits the nurses and paramedics who helped her through.

“The paramedics were unbelievable,” she tells the publication. “They’d given me drugs so I was in less pain, wrapped me up like a tortilla and made me laugh the whole way to the hospital. There I was, bleeding in the brain, and there we were in this ambulance having an absolute giggle. They were so gracious.”

She also shared how important the nurses were throughout the experience; in fact, they’re a huge reason she decided to become an ambassador to Queen Elizabeth II’s patron the Royal College of Nursing. “And every single nurse I came across was so kind,” Clarke explained. “Nurses are the unsung heroes, they’re at people’s most frightening moments.”

In March, Clarke launched a charity called SameYou, which helps people recovering from brain trauma. Game of Thrones fans have helped their forever Mother of Dragons raise thousands of dollars to support others through the organization.

Emilia Clarke first opened up about her brain aneurysms in an essay for The New Yorker. “In my worst moments, I wanted to pull the plug. I asked the medical staff to let me die,” she wrote, later adding, “In the years since my second surgery, I have healed beyond my most unreasonable hopes. I am now at a hundred per cent. Beyond my work as an actor, I’ve decided to throw myself into a charity I’ve helped develop in conjunction with partners in the U.K. and the U.S. It is called SameYou, and it aims to provide treatment for people recovering from brain injuries and stroke. I feel endless gratitude—to my mum and brother, to my doctors and nurses, to my friends. “

Emilia Clarke Reveals the ‘Unsung Heroes’ Behind Her Lifesaving Brain Surgeries

Earlier this year Emilia Clarke revealed that she suffered two massive brain aneurysms that nearly killed her. (The first happened when she was just 24, and the second after season three of Game of Thrones.) She’s continued to reflect on this life-threatening experience, most recently in an interview with People. In it, Clarke talks more about what happened to her and credits the nurses and paramedics who helped her through.

“The paramedics were unbelievable,” she tells the publication. “They’d given me drugs so I was in less pain, wrapped me up like a tortilla, and made me laugh the whole way to the hospital. There I was, bleeding in the brain, and there we were in this ambulance having an absolute giggle. They were so gracious.”

She also shared how important the nurses were throughout the experience; in fact, they’re a huge reason she decided to become an ambassador to the Royal College of Nursing. “And every single nurse I came across was so kind,” Clarke explained. “Nurses are the unsung heroes; they’re at people’s most frightening moments.”

In March, Clarke launched a charity called SameYou, which helps people recovering from brain trauma. Game of Thrones fans have helped their forever Mother of Dragons raise thousands of dollars to support others through the organization.

Clarke first opened up about her brain aneurysms in an essay for The New Yorker. “In my worst moments, I wanted to pull the plug. I asked the medical staff to let me die,” she wrote, later adding, “In the years since my second surgery, I have healed beyond my most unreasonable hopes. I am now at a 100%. Beyond my work as an actor, I’ve decided to throw myself into a charity I’ve helped develop in conjunction with partners in the U.K. and the U.S. It is called SameYou, and it aims to provide treatment for people recovering from brain injuries and stroke. I feel endless gratitude—to my mum and brother, to my doctors and nurses, to my friends. “

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Cream Review — Best Moisturizer for Redness

A famous esthetician once kindly referred to my skin as “emotional,” which if you know me, is so on-brand it’s almost laughable. While the word kind of skirts around any offensive language (emotional is so much nicer than always breaking the eff out), it’s actually the perfect way to describe my skin. I deal with serious acne, but I’m also incredibly sensitive—the wrong product can leave my skin irritated for days—and I often have large, inflamed zits that leave angry red marks for months, even after the swelling has gone down.

To add to all that, I also have true combination skin: My forehead gets shiny throughout the day, while the rest of my face gets progressively flakier. Balancing both my acne flare-ups and the dryness has been a game of roulette for years now, but I have finally found the answer: Just as you would try to calm a friend in distress, I leaned really hard into calming products. Acne like mine (deep, red, rarely comes to a head) is more an issue of inflammation than of clogged pores, and in my case, the red marks that linger arenÆt hyperpigmentation or scars, but hyperinflammation that sticks around for months even after the pimple has healed. By embracing products that soothe my skin rather than strip and dry it out, I’ve managed to keep sensitivity to a minimum and help reduce this leftover inflammation.

A key player in this discovery has been the Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Cream, which I haven’t gone a day without using since it landed on my desk two months ago. The cream is part of Dr. Jart’s cult favorite Cicapair line (including that massively beloved color corrector), which all use Centella asiatica, or tiger grass—tigers in India roll in the plant to heal their wounds—as their hero ingredient. “Centella asiatica is an herb found in Asia that has been used in eastern medicine for various health benefits,” says Joshua Zeichner, M.D., director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City. “It’s rich in saponins, which are like nature’s anti-inflammatories and have been shown to calm irritated skin and aid in wound healing.” The plant helps form a protective barrier on your skin, and Zeichner says it’s great for helping with conditions like rosacea, eczema, sensitive skin, and acne.

The cream also includes something the brand is calling Cicabond, to repair damaged skin (the shea butter and niacinamide in the formula probably help with this as well), and Jartbiome, to help “strengthen, balance, and improve skin’s defenses against irritation and damage.”

The cream’s thick, luscious texture has an instant calming effect, as if I’m wrapping my skin in a blanket. It’s deeply moisturizing but has a velvety finish, which is perfectly suited for my combo skin. I wouldn’t quite call it matte; it just smooths everything out and makes me look alive without adding additional dew or grease. That, paired with the slight green tint (to neutralize redness) and the fact that it doesn’t pill, makes it the perfect base for makeup. It’s great for locking in all my serums at night (I’ve been using it with the brand’s Cicapair serum for double soothing), streamlining the amount of products I need in my cabinet.

Perfect texture aside, the thing that keeps me hooked is the fact that my skin not only feels but looks better. My complexion is far from perfect (most days it’s a red, blotchy mess), but within seconds of applying this cream, I’m a little closer to my goal of no redness. It’s also been amazing to have on hand to really pile on super-painful zits. I swear it takes the inflammation down overnight. This might sound corny, but it’s also a reminder to be kind to my skin. I’ve spent most of my adult life obliterating my acne with harsh toners, prescription spot treatments, and even Accutane, so it’s nice to work with my skin instead of against it.

My skin and my emotions will always be connected—ask any woman with a skin condition, and I’m sure she’ll say the same—but knowing I have this moisturizer on hand keeps me calm, in more ways than one.

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Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.

Best Handbag Brands to Know (and Shop) in 2019

Bags have long been one of the most fun fashion items to shop for—not just because there’s always a need for them, but also because there are so many unique options. From minis to carryalls, there’s a handbag out there that fits your wardrobe and your lifestyle. And because it’s something you wear on the daily, you can justify spending a little bit more on a style that can withstand anything (and that you can fill to the brim). The Louis Vuitton Neverfulls and Gucci Marmonts will forever be popular—and for a reason!—but why not carry something new, fresh, and a little but more under the radar? Some of the best handbag brands right now, like the industry-beloved Wandler and the street-style favorite Alfeya Valrina, are changing the accessories market with their new takes on classic shapes and making it that much more exciting to shop—and they’re only a few years old. Get to know these designers from all over the world who are sure to become household names soon.

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Belt Bag: Celebrities Are Basically Forcing You to Buy a Belt Bag at This Point

Of all the ’80s trends that have come back to haunt us, the fanny pack seemed like the least likely to catch on. But this decade’s take—rebranded as the “belt bag”—is sleek and streamlined. The only thing it has in common with the neon, nylon fanny pack I you wore to a New Kids on the Block concert is the undeniable convenience. You can’t properly bop to “The Right Stuff” or take a decent selfie if you’re also juggling a cute-but-cumbersome clutch.

And celebrities get that. Here’s proof:

Hailey Bieber

Mrs. Bieber modeled a convertible belt bag from Alexander Wang x Bulgari in two colors.

Kylie Jenner

Stormi’s mom slung a plaid belt bag across a white sports bra.

Kaia Gerber

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In NYC, Kaia Gerber matched a black-leather belt bag with black-leather pants.

Lisa Rinna

Bauer-Griffin

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star stepped out in Los Angeles last month with daughter Amelia Gray Hamlin.

Bella Hadid

But no one knows her way around a belt bag quite like Bella Hadid, the patron saint of belt bags on the runway. Observe:

Victor Virgile

Walking the runway for Roberto Cavalli Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2019-2020 at Milan Fashion Week.

Victor Virgile

At the Fendi Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2019 show during Milan Fashion Week.

Pascal Le Segretain

With Virgil Abloh after the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2019 show at Paris Fashion Week.

Pierre Suu

Leaving a hotel in Paris a month earlier.

Victor Virgile

Back on the runway for the Tod’s Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2018-2019 show during Milan Fashion Week.

Gilbert Carrasquillo

Leaving the Brandon Maxwell fashion show during New York Fashion Week.

Victor Boyko

And, the first time she was spotted in the wild with a belt bag: Walking the runway during the Chanel Haute Couture Spring Summer 2016 show at Paris Fashion Week.

Tarte’s Custom Kit Sale is Happening Now and It’s Legendary

The best kind of sales are the ones that land in your lap when you’re least expecting them, and that’s exactly what Tarte’s Custom Kit Sale has graced us with today. For one day only, the brand is running a promotion that lets you put together a custom makeup kit for the wildly good deal of up to 70% off. The best part? You choose the products to fill the makeup bag of your dreams. For the next 24 hours, stock up with seven full-sized products for $63. (FYI, the entire thing would normally be valued at over $200.)

Here’s how it works: First you pick out a makeup bag (we’re partial to the half moon one below), then add up to six full-size products including a foundation and a mascara, plus something for your cheeks, lips, and eyes. All of Tarte’s best-selling products are available, such as its Rainforest of the Sea radiance drops and Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Highlighter (which has thousands of rave reviews online).

Tarte stans will know that this is the brand’s familiar custom-kit sale, but this year comes with something special. This time around, the vegan-friendly brand is adding a full-size of its Shape Tape concealer into the mix, at 25% off.

This pre-Black Friday sale is one to rival all others, and you’ve got to stock up on your basics at some point, right? See below for our top picks, and head over to Tarte to check out all the options you can add to your own kit. The sale lasts only until midnight tonight, so act fast.

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This Alex Mill Jumpsuit Is the Single Best Thing I’ve Bought in 2019

“When Alex and I put together the collection, we talked a lot about making sure we had clothes that didn’t feel over-designed or overcomplicated, that were relevant to today but not trendy—that you could wear forever,” Sikhounmuong tells Glamour.”Very last minute, an idea popped into my head for a jumpsuit. I was actually on a trip [to] L.A., and I went to a vintage store and found an old flight suit.”

Courtesy of Alex Mill

It was a lightbulb moment for the designer, who took the concept and modernized it for the Alex Mill spring collection: “We tapered the leg, gave it a bit of waist definition, added some tabs, and just cleaned it up and made it a little bit more relevant to what people are doing these days,” Sikhounmuong says. The team also used a fabric that was lightweight and stretchy, something you can’t always find in vintage.

The response to the Standard Jumpsuit was strong for the get-go, Sikhounmuong says. “Even with the press appointments [before the collection dropped], we were seeing a lot of editors and people coming through and asking about that piece—when it was going to come out, how it was going to fit… When we finally launched it on the website, it quickly became one of the top styles that people were clicking on and purchasing.”

Every time I wear my jumpsuit, someone makes a comment—and even if unprompted, I’ll share the story of where I got it and who designed it.

Since introducing the Standard Jumpsuit, Alex Mill has also released a few variations on the silhouette, including a collarless one and a cargo-esque version that’s been worn by Tracee Ellis Ross. (And really, could there be a better endorsement?)

I’ve even convinced colleagues to get in on the jumpsuit action. Shanna Shipin, Glamour‘s commerce editor, first came across Alex Mill’s Standard Jumpsuit via Nikki Ogunnaike’s ode to it on Elle.com, and then started noticing it on Instagram.

She didn’t actually add it to her, though, cart until she got confirmation that you could wear it as a petite person. (Hi.) “I’m 5’2” so I lost all hope in finding a jumpsuit that actually fit me—and didn’t have a crotch that hung below my knees,” she says. “Seeing it in person on someone my height was all the proof I needed that the jumpsuit is actually an IRL version of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. It looks so good on everyone. Now I’m in the sisterhood and happier than ever.”

Sikhounmuong sees the appeal of the jumpsuit as relating back to Alex Mill’s vission—”of waking up, getting dressed, and not having to overthink it. There’s nothing easier than a jumpsuit. You literally just jump into it.” He says he’ll always try work one in to his collections, “whether it be an old one that we’ve done that people love in a new color or a totally new one,” since he believes it’s important to “be consistent.”

Nikki Ogunnaike, GQ’s deputy fashion director, has written about her love of Alex Mill jumpsuits.

Christian Vierig

Alex Mill’s tagline is “uniforms for individuals,” and the jumpsuit epitomizes it, according to Sikhounmuong. “It’s this idea of it being so versatile that people can put their own spin [on] it. I’ve seen it worn with the top down and tied around the waist, as a pant; I’ve seen it with a blazer over it; I’ve seen it belted, unbelted; I’ve seen it with a turtleneck underneath… It’s just been really cool to see all the options. I think people really appreciate that.”

Join the Alex Mill jumpsuit fan club by shopping some of the brand’s coveralls, below.

Alex Mill Standard Jumpsuit in Cotton Twill

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Alex Mill Standard Jumpsuit in Cotton Twill

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Alex Mill Expedition Jumpsuit in Washed Twill

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Alex Mill Expedition Jumpsuit in Washed Twill

Alex Mill

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Alex Mill V-Neck Jumpsuit in Washed Twill

Alex Mill

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Alex Mill V-Neck Jumpsuit in Washed Twill

Alex Mill

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