#throwbackthursday That one time I had black hair and wore a dress. #tbt
Angelina Jolie’s announcement today about her double mastectomy is a shocking one. In a piece she wrote for the New York Times, “My Medical Choice,” she tells the ordeal she went through, discovering that she inherited the gene BRCA1, which gave her an 87 percent risk of developing breast cancer, and a 50 percent chance for ovarian cancer. Here’s what you should know about the gene.
She’s an amazing writer. I have to tell you though, I didn’t know she was an alcoholic. And I would say we are pretty close. But I guess that’s part of the disease. She’s so strong and her son is adorable.
Loco for coco
What is coconut water, and why are so many people drinking up the coconut water craze? Here’s everything you need to know.
Me, my mum, my mum’s mum and my mum’s mum’s mum. #happymumsday
An A&F employment poster I saw in Tokyo in 2009. Yeah, so I’m not surprised by the CEO’s recent comments.
Yoga has a funny reputation. It’s associated with spirituality and relaxation – yet, it’s also linked with tight and fit bodies. Mandy Ingber, author of the new book Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate Mind-Body Makeover and celebrity trainer to clients such as Jennifer Aniston, Kate Beckinsale and Courtney Cox, talks to Glow about the many balancing benefits of yoga.
With @kallaird checking out Mary McCartney’s photography exhibition.