Just how do women who work in extremely male-dominated inudstries manage to hold their ground?As one of the country’s only few female martial arts professionals, Ella Tang is the ultimate lean mean fighting machine. She currently represents Malaysia in Muay Thai, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), kickboxing and Chinese kickboxing. The fact that she’s a girl [...]
Nobody’s perfect. At 5’9, Naomi Campbell is beautiful and statuesque. But the British supermodel is also notoriously known for stirring up the press with her anger issues. Some infamous cases involve her assaulting her personal assistant, Georgina Galanis, with a mobile phone, throwing a gem-encursted Blackberry at a housekeeper, Ana Scolavino, and assaulting two British [...]
As the saying goes, you should put your money where your mouth is, however would you spend a fotune on a meal that’s worth it’s weight in gold? Marie Claire takes a look at some of the world’s most expensive foods. One of it is the Almas Caviar which costs an astounding £16,000 per kilo. The caviar can only [...]
In October’s issue, Marie Claire takes you behind the scenes at London’s most prestigious society event. The Queen Charlotte’s Ball, where debutantes present themselves to the aristocracy, has been dubbed “bloody daft” by Prince Philip. Meanwhile, crtics often state that the event is outdated and elitist. However the young women who were carefully selected to [...]
Here are the pictures from Marie Claire’s Women of Style & Substance 2013 Party at Circus Pavilion. Tweet
If you thought witch hunts were a thing of the past, you’re wrong. In modern day India, women accused of being witches are regularly attacked and cast out of their communities. Marie Claire meets the ‘witches’ who fear for their lives every day.
It’s not often that Malaysian women who live and work overseas get the recognition they deserve, especially when they’re making quite an impact on distant shores. It’s time to put that to rights – here are three ladies who are doing us proud across the globe! Pick up a copy of our July issue to read the whole [...]
One of the world’s toughest and most resourceful female communities, Korea’s generations of sea women have turned diving for seafood into a respected industry and a longstanding tradition. It is, however, a dying art that lacks young women eager to follow their mothers and grandmothers. Is this final generation of Korea’s famous mermaids?
Photographer Lisa Wiltse spent six months following Mary, an eight-year-old beauty pageant contestant in America. While she was pleasantly surprised to discover the many positives that were associated the life of Mary, her mother Dana, and their family, the question still begs whethere these pageants are setting tots up for acting too old too soon.
Sharpened up by her often brutal stint as France’s former First Lady has gone back to her enduring love, songwriting