‘I Managed To Stay In The Business That I Love All My Life, And I Know That’s Not A Given. I Can’t Not Feel Lucky About It, No Matter What The Downsides Can Be’.
Pollution Proof Your Life
From your daily commute to your wood-burning stove, you’re unwittingly inhaling a variety of toxic substances. But you can take action to reduce their impact, reveals Claire Thorp.
We Love Lucy
From a star-making turn in Bohemian Rhapsody to a leading role in sassy new Netflix show The Politician, Lucy Boynton is ready for her close-up. Here, she tells Jane Mulkerrins about her life-changing year.
Connecting with others can have a confidence-boosting effect, support skin health and help you live longer. Here’s why the wonders of physical contact really matter...
Facing The Floods
Photographer Gideon Mendel has spent 12 years capturing the extreme rise in flooding across the globe. Here, he tells Marie Claire about the devastating human impact.
Find Your Solo Space
No matter how many friends, family, kids or partners you have in your life, spending time alone is not just a decadent luxury – it’s essential for well-being and personal growth. Time to put yourself first
'Making People Laugh Is The Greatest Love Of My Life'
Actress and comedian Aisling Bea talks to Sophie Goddard about love, loss and why she’s definitely not the new Fleabag
'Learn How To Please Yourself First' –and Other Sex Tips From Our Mums
Three mothers and daughters explain how talking openly to each other about sex, identity and pleasure has strengthened their relationship and enriched their love lives
Style Spotlight Nicola Glass For Kate Spade New York
You wouldn’t think that a fashion designer would hang out in a surgical theatre, or that she’d find similarities between looking at an X-ray and designing a collection.
Strong Body, Strong Mind
Lifting weights might give you good biceps, but the mental benefits are just as impressive discovers Charlotte Haigh
Report Now For Northern Ireland
While debate around abortion in recent years has been centred on America, a parliamentary vote here has now turned the spotlight on the issue in Northern Ireland. Marisa Bate speaks to three women campaigning for change
Old Friends Are The Best
As Friends turns 25, and Sex And The City creator Candace Bushnell publishes a new tale of fiftysomething women, Marisa Bate looks back on the enduring appeal of these cult shows and why new generations continue to fall in love with them
Following her big break in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlans man with a starring role in Tom Hanks’ new film, Laura Harrier ’s career is soaring. Here, the American actress talks to Jane Mulkerrins about red-carpet fashion, reshaping romcoms and the power of speaking out
'My Public Image is Unshakeably That of America’s Wholesome Virgin, Carefree and Brimming With Happiness. An Image More Make-believe Than Any Film Part I Ever Played'
Back To Earth
For a laid-back summer glow, the new-era beauty rules say embrace the contoured tan, wear burgundy on your face and apply lipstick with your fingers
Angela Scanlon's Fad Habits
This month, our columnist tries electromagnetic therapy in an effort to rejuvenate a tired body and mind
Julia Roberts - Homecoming Queen
Julia Roberts could deliver a masterclass in how to succeed in Hollywood. From finding her confidence to choosing joy, she tells Catherine Castro why it’s now, in her fifties, she’s living her best life
‘As Dark As Life Can Be, It Can Still Be Wonderful And Worth Living'
Elizabeth Smart was just 14 years old when she was abducted at knifepoint by street preacher Brian David Mitchell. For nine months she was starved, tortured and raped while the search to find her made headlines around the world. Now, 17 years on, she tells Kate Graham about the terror of her ordeal, her quest to fill her life with love and hope, and her work as a victims’ rights advocate
The Marie Claire Fragrance Awards
Our beauty teams around the globe have been spritzing up a storm to find the best scents of 2019. Make space on your shelf for the winners…
Take your skincare regime to the next level with innovative, new-gen beauty tech
Power With Purpose
This year’s Marie Claire Verified power list pays tribute to the women using their platforms for positive change. Meet the influencers you need to be following now
CBD products derived from cannabis plants are everywhere, but does this much-hyped ingredient live up to the claims? Charlotte Haigh investigates
One Of The Good Guys
He’s worked with some of the film industry’s greats and landed an award for kissing Jennifer Aniston – and he’s only 26. So, what’s next for Londoner Will Poulter? Sophie Goddard finds out
‘WHEN I LOOK BACK NOW, IT WAS DEFINITELY EASIER TO BE THE FUNNY PERSON RATHER THAN THE PRETTY PERSON, THE SEXY PERSON’
Marie Claire Woman Kınd
This month’s global round-up of inspirational women and cultural talking points
As Charlotte Philby’s debut novel is published – nine years after her first manuscript was rejected by countless agents – she reflects on the importance of perseverance in the face of adversity and why failing is so much a part of the journey for many successful women
The Secret To Unshakable Body Confidence
The secret to unshakable body confidence? Strength, energy, smooth skin and a mindset that appreciates just how amazing you really are (whatever your shape)
‘I was a top doctor …and an opioid addict'
As the UK government announces new guidelines to deal with a growing opioid crisis, a US anaesthetist speaks candidly about her own descent into opioid addiction, which in America kills 130,000 people every day
The most exciting show on TV is back and Sandra Oh is more than ready for her moment. Here, she tells Alina Cho about fighting against resistance, gaining recognition and bagging the role of a lifetime
‘I believe I was born with this gift to tell stories'
One of the most highly regarded writers and thinkers of a generation, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has blazed a new trail for women. She talks to Adriana Ferreira Silva about equality, identity – and still answering to her mum