Inspiring Women

I got the chance to pick the colorful, California-based artist's brain about the healing power of her ethereal art installations and interactive performance spaces.
We were excited to learn about Lo's all-natural feminine hygiene brand, Love Wellness.
We chatted with the costume designer about how she brought the characters of Netflix's new high school rom-com hit to life with their wardrobes.
After her husband was diagnosed with a brain tumor, Mowellens founder Amy Duncan used her skills and experiences to pursue her passion and bring the healing powers of CBD to others.
Kara Goldin, the founder of hint®, left her job in tech to start a company with a mission to make being healthy easy, accessible, and enjoyable.
Rachel Winard, founder of Soapwalla, struggled to find products that agreed with her skin — so she took matters into her own hands and created her own.
The makeup mogul is expanding her brand, beginning with designing "The World's Most Beautiful Bar."
Molly Escobar is bridging the gap between support and education, one birth at a time.
Brittany chatted with us about Fen's new sense of agency, her 'Jurassic Park'-themed cast parties, and her disavowal of misogynistic Hollywood scripts.
Artist Alison Rachel wants to unite women through the power of self-love.
Julianne Hough opens up about her endometriosis journey and the new campaign, SpeakENDO.
Priscilla Tsai, founder of Cocokind, used her own struggles with acne to change the way we treat and heal our skin.
The 5-time gold medalist tells us why it's so important to take care of your ticker.
Sarah Rizkalla left her job on Wall Street to follow her heart and empower women for generations to come.
The actress and activist tells us about her charitable goals for the year ahead.
Find out how astrologer Ruby Warrington is bridging the gap between the mystical and the mainstream in her new book, 'Material Girl, Mystical World.'
Mia Doces led the development of Mind Yeti, which is used by over 500,000 parents, teachers, and children.
Ashley Rivas knew something was wrong — and she ended up being right.
Megan Shea co-founded The Soulfull Project, a hot cereal company that uses the one-for-one model to feed underprivileged people around the country.
Music photographer Allister Ann works with some of the biggest names in the business, like Tegan & Sara, Jenny Lewis, Dolly Parton, Adele, and more.
Beth Laird is the co-founder and CEO of Nashville-based Creative Nation.
Kara Skaflestad started Fighting Pretty, a non-profit that sends care packages to women battling cancer.