It’s nearly impossible to pick just one influential cover girl, so Glamour chose three for its May 2015 issueMichelle Obama, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kerry Washington. The trio came together to shine a light on the needs of current and former military women and families, a cause close to all of their hearts.

In 2011, upon hearing the struggles servicewomen had after returning home, the First Lady launched the Joining Forces initiative to provide employment resources, affordable education programs, and wellness access for active military, veterans, and their families. Its mission struck a chord with Kerry, whose father served in the military, as well as SJP, who has several friends in uniform.

To see these three women weigh in on these issues, pick up the full interview on stands April 14 (just time for Memorial Day).

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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April 8, 2015

Today, the fashion world was stunned to learn of the passing of noted fashion designer L’Wren Scott.

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After beginning her career as a model for the likes of Chanel and Calvin Klein, the 6’3" style icon launched her eponymous label in 2006. Adept at creating flattering, feminine silhouettes, her designs were beloved by the likes of Angelina Jolie and First Lady Michelle Obama.

Her death is a true tragedy for the fashion world. May her legacy continue to live on.

March 17, 2014

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October 25, 2013

Can we just take a moment to appreciate how absolutely fabulous these Hollywood starlets were? Talk about knockout closets.

1. Audrey Hepburn knew how to rock a bang and cigarette pants better than anyone.

2. Did glamour exist before Marilyn Monroe? Debatable.

3. Elizabeth Taylor’s best accessory? Her brows.

4. Grace Kelly. Now that was a lady.

5. Luckily, Brigette Bardot is still with us. We wouldn’t mind a hair tutorial or two. Just sayin’.

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July 16, 2013

It’s a given – holidays are about the home: Gathering around the (gorgeously set) table to share a meal. Opening gifts fireside, against a backdrop of ornaments and wintery accents. And no one knows this better than our expert Rue Living team, helmed by our savvy Home Editorial Director, Eddie Ross.

So this Wednesday we hosted a home-centric event in a stunning SoHo loft to preview the holiday home items that will be available in the Rue Boutiques this season. The guest list? A bevy or editors and design bloggers – from Lucky editor Jane (below) to others from the likes of InStyle, House BeautifulCountry Living, Martha Stewart magazines, Glamour, Bridesand more. Below, peep at some of the event’s highlights:

Eddie (above) curated a beautiful NYE table featuring products that will be sold on Rue throughout the holiday season.

The wine sponsor, Wolffer, served delicious white and red, and a signature holiday cocktail – sparkling wine with a splash of pear and cranberry, finished with a rosemary sprig.

The Rue Living Christmas trees were all gloriously lit up and decorated for the editors to preview.

Cloud Catering & Events served apps like tuna tartare and short rib mini quesadillas.

Everyone left (oh-so happily) with a special holiday-themed gift from Rue Living.

By Joanna Berliner, Editor 

Inspired? Look out for these home finds in the coming weeks, then tweet us your holiday decorating tips @ruelala

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November 16, 2012


Judith LeiberLucy Sykes Rellie is a fixture of modern New York City society and a paragon of chic. Having made her distinctive mark on the fashion fronts of Bazaar, Town & Country, Vogue, and Allure, this designer darling (also a designer in her own right) has an impeccable eye for bringing couture elements to life in a wholly fresh, original way. It’s no wonder then that she has become the fashion director for Judith Leiber – the master of all things luxe, whose delicious indulgences she views as a key part of her personal style file.

Rue La La: What’s a surprising look to create with a Judith Leiber handbag this year?
LSR: Dressing your Judith Leiber down not up. Karl Lagerfeld once said, “Jeans and a white T-shirt can look couture.” Even more so when you add the twist of something decadent, decorated – something more obviously at home in a dressed-up environment.
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