CATEGORIES

In Conversation

With singer Thelma Plum and director Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore

3 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
August 2019

I Won't Rest Until She's Free

TIINA JAUHIAINEN tried to help her best friend, Emirati PRINCESS LATIFA, escape from her STIFLING EXISTENCE as the daughter of Dubai’s ruler. But in a DRAMATIC INTERVENTION at sea, the princess was CAPTURED and RETURNED to the UAE. A year later, Tiina is CAMPAIGNING for her FREEDOM, reports Radhika Sanghani

7 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
August 2019

I Confronted My School Bullies

When memories of childhood taunts resurfaced, Carla Caruso knew she had to lay the old ghosts to rest for good

7 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
August 2019

Cult Status

The founders of three top-shelf start-ups share their secrets with Alley Pascoe

4 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
August 2019

Are You Perimenopausal?

How to handle the changes before “The Change”

3 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2019

How To Cut Your Costs

Money expert Effie Zahos shares her hot saving hacks

3 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2019

Out Of The Blue

With increasing evidence suggesting blue light from our devices is accelerating the ageing process, we talk to the experts on how to reduce the rays.

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2019

Comeback Queen

Almost 20 years after her breakout album The Power, Vanessa Amorosi is back with a new sound, life and hairdo

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2019

The Juggle Is Real

We all know there’s no such thing as work/life balance – it’s a constant battle. Three entrepreneurial mums reveal how they juggle successful businesses with growing families

4 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2019

Equality For All

Female empowerment was the theme of the day when Marie Claire partnered with software giant Salesforce to talk about the working lives of women

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2019

Raising The Game

Following a turbulent decade of overcoming mental illness, Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner’s star turn in the latest X-Men instalment signals a newly empowered chapter.

7 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
June 2019

How To Resolve Conflict

Peta Sigley, the co-founder, and chief knowledge officer at resilience institute Springfox, is here to settle your office disputes.

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
July 2019

How To Prevent Tech Neck

In this age of social media, skin issues are cropping up in the most unlikely places. Sally Hunwick finds out how our obsession with smartphones is turning into a real pain in the neck for our skin

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

How To Live To 100!

From blood transfusions to diet, here’s what the research really says about living a long life, discovers Lucy E. Cousins

4 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

The Quest For Sleep

How to combat the constant struggle for sleep in a world that never switches off.

4 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

Keeping It Natural

If anyone still doubts that clean beauty is here to stay, just look at Nude by Nature, which recently notched up a decade of winning hearts.

2 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

What Natalie Did Next

Natalie Portman has been a star since childhood, but in recent years she has found a platform to speak strong truths about her industry – and herself.

5 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

Rise Of The Quarter-life Crisis Generation Lost

Unaffordable housing, an uncertain job arket, social anxiety – all before the cost of vocado on toast. Alley Pascoe investigates he unique pressures facing millennials

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

My Week On A Kinky Sex App

Dubbed “Tinder in leather chaps”,a new app serves up S&M at a swipe. Self-confessed “vanilla” dater Gabrielle Fernie straps herself in for the ride

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

Childhood Unplugged

The Silicon Valley titans who got our children addicted to tech are now sending their own kids to screen-free schools. Danny Fortson finds out why

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

Crime - In Love With A Con-man

After a lifetime of Mr Wrongs, New York journalist Abby Ellin thought she’d found the one. But throughout their courtship, then engagement, his behaviour and stories from his past made her question who he really was. The answer was one she never saw coming

10+ mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

A Place To Call Home

Would you open your home to a stranger? In the midst of Europe’s refugee crisis, Aubrey Wade photographed families who’ve welcomed displaced people in need. The portraits tell a story of compassion, humanity and hope

3 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
May 2019

Are Your Genes Making You Fat ?

Geneticist Dr Giles Yeo believes food is not the only thing to blame for our growing weight problem

6 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
March 2019

We Need To Talk About... Mental Health

The Big Little Lies actress opens up about her battle with eating disorders and learning the importance of prioritising her wellbeing.

3 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
April 2019

Gone Girls

While female leaders around the world are rising up, a toxic combination of sexism, bullying and a lack of opportunity has seen the number of women in the Australian Government fall to its lowest level in decades. Something has to change.

9 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
April 2019

Girl Of The Moment Laura Gordon

The actress, producer and feminist bares all.

1 min read
Marie Claire Australia
April 2019

Drew Grit

One of Hollywood’s original girl bosses, Drew Barrymore started her first company at 19. Two decades, two daughters and the launch of a beauty brand later, she talks to Sarah Grant about building an empire and keeping it real.

9 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
April 2019

Australia Take The Plunge

Valerie Taylor AM is a passionate marine conservationist, whose work as a shark diver first caught the eye of Steven Spielberg when he was making Jaws in 1974.

1 min read
Marie Claire Australia
April 2019

Dying To Party

Since 2012, these 12 people have died at Australian music festivals – five in the last six months. In the wake of the most recent drug overdoses, the debate over allowing pill testing at these events is mounting. Three women at the forefront of the issue speak to Cat Rodie about the fight to end the fatalities.

7 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
March 2019

The Troll Hunter

In 2013, journalist Ginger Gorman was targeted by online trolls who were hell-bent on destroying her life and career. Here, she reveals the toll it took on her and her family, and why she decided to confront the issue head on

8 mins read
Marie Claire Australia
March 2019