CATEGORIES

Paloma Picasso

To celebrate 35 years with Tiffany & Co., the designer has revived her most iconic collection

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
August 2017

Asher Keddie On Her Real-Life Offspring

The actress made her name in hit television dramas but it’s her real-life offspring who own her heart.

6 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
August 2017

Aerin Lauder

The businesswoman, style icon and founder of Aerin divulges the details of her beautiful life.

1 min read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

12 People Who Can Fast-Track Your Career

Think you need a huge network of people to help you succeed? Think again …

5 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

The Super Sickie

Taking a day off work for your mental wellbeing can boost workplace productivity.

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

Kim Basinger

She was the shy schoolgirl turned blonde bombshell who’s enjoyed a glittering 40-year career. But along the way, actor Kim Basinger battled crippling anxiety and a turbulent love life.

5 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

Claudia Karvan

The Australian actor reflects on the females who inspire her.

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Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

“I Moved In With My Boyfriend... And His Wife”

You meet the perfect guy, find out he’s married – then he asks you to join their relationship. Zachary Zane shares his story.

6 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

Alpha Girls Of Silicon Valley

You’ve heard about the start-ups and 25-year-old CEOs but what is working, dressing and dating in the tech mecca really like for women? Alexandra Wolfe headed to the Valley to find out.

6 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

Waiting For Gadot

This month, Wonder Woman finally gets her own film, and ex-soldier Gal Gadot is set to show the world how to fight like a girl.

9 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

Love First At Sight?

When it comes to initial impressions, clothes don’t always maketh the man – or woman. marie claire met three couples who fell in love despite what they were wearing.

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Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

The Shocking Rise Of Rape On Campus

Recent reports have exposed a dark and distressing side of campus life for young women, with many universities turning a blind eye. Here, survivors of sexual assault speak out.

10 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2017

The Women Who Made Me - Marta Dusseldorp

The Australian actor on the females who inspire her

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Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson

She was the aristocratic It girl who skied with Prince Charles and went to all the best parties. But the socialite, who died earlier this year, also saw the dark side of celebrity.

7 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

Is Botox The New Antidepressant?

Botox jabs could lift your appearance and your mood – and not because you look 10 years younger. Natasha Patch investigates.

3 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

Lily Aldridge

The model on fitness motivation, travel essentials and her mascara addiction.

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

In The Make-up Chair With Nigel Stanislaus​ And Maybelline

Maybelline New York Make Up-director Nigel Stanislaus Talks All Things Beauty and Life With Siham Elmawey, Head Designer of C/meo Collective.

1 min read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

Designer Dossier - Nicolas Ghesquière

The Louis Vuitton artistic director takes the traditional fashion house on a journey towards a new aesthetic.

4 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

Frankly Speaking With Caroline De Maigret

She’s the Chanel muse who’s so much more than a model. The queen of Parisian style, mother of one and author, 42, lets Jackie Frank in on her life beyond the catwalk.

5 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

The Week I Went Naked

Can you ever feel comfortable in your own skin if you’re never comfortable, well, just in your own skin? Dolly Alderton strips off to find out.

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

Hotel Hope

It began as a tourist destination, but now it’s a haven for refugees from the world’s war zones. Meet the guests of Athens’ happiest hotel.

7 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

Shaken Baby Syndrome: Myth Or Murder?

While there’s no question that SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME shatters lives, a new study is casting doubt over the way it is DIAGNOSED. For parents who insist they’ve been falsely accused of harming their children, it’s both HEARTBREAKING AND A SOURCE OF HOPE, reports Cat Rodie.

9 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2017

Swipe Right To Date A Celebrity

Beautiful, famous and looking for love? Charlotte Edwards slips through the portals of the A-list’s answer to Tinder.

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2017

Kylie Kwong

The celebrity chef and TV presenter reflects on the females who inspire her.

3 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2017

Style Source

Creative collaborations with her Instagram followers helped shape Simone Haag’s dreamy beach shack.

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Marie Claire Australia
May 2017

The Science Behind Why We Overeat

The world wants you to eat. Here’s how to spot and stymie all the external cues that make you hungry, and if weight loss is your goal, shave off a few kilos.

3 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2017

Rebel Belle

Before she agreed to star in Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson wanted her princess to get a serious rethink. The new girl-power icon opens up about her career and commitment to female empowerment

6 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2017

A Mother's Choice

In this essay for marie claire, writer Nikki Gemmell explores the topic of euthanasia and dealing with the devastation that came with losing the most important woman in her world.

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2017

Meet Women The Of Drag - Fierce, Feisty And ... Female?

Once the domain of gay men, women are staking their claim in the drag world – and are refusing to sashay away, reports Lollie Barr.

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2017

Do You Need To Go To Adulting School?

Sure, you topped the class in Maths and Science, but can you fold a fitted sheet or sort your super? Anne Fullerton heads to the school that promises to teach a generation of hapless millennials how to be grown-ups.

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2017