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Today, #ElleMagazine released images for each cover available for their November 2018 issue. The covers feature some of the most notable women of Hollywood. Continuing with the ongoing trend of outlets featuring actors/actresses of color, @elleusa shot this gorgeous cover with actresses, @LupitaNyongo @im.AngelaBassett and @DanaiGurira . . .
See a statement from @elleusa below and an excerpt from the article:
@elleusa: “To say there’s been a paradigm shift in the entertainment industry in the past year would be an understatement. And no one has faced its brave new landscape more head on than our eleven honorees for 2018—the twenty-fifth anniversary of Women in Hollywood.
“Change is hard for everyone,” says @mssarahcatharinepaulson, regarding the gradual progress made in the wake of #MeToo, Time’s Up, and the movement to get more female story- tellers behind and in front of the camera. This theme emerges again and again in our November issue, from our Black Panther cast spot-light featuring @LupitaNyongo—who went from penning a powerful New York Times op-ed about a disturbing encounter with Harvey Weinstein to storming the box office alongside fellow Wakanda women of #BlackPanther @im.AngelaBassett and @DanaiGurira, to our poignant sit down with @realMiaFarrow, who has faced as many indignities at the hands of men as hard-fought triumphs, and whose son @RonanFarrow’s reporting has played a pivotal role in righting so many long-simmering wrongs. Rounding out our covers: the staunch equal-pay advocate #KeiraKnightley.
Link in bio for the full #ELLEWomenInHollywood story, featuring all the women above (plus Lady Gaga, Yara Shahidi, Charlize Theron, and Shonda Rhimes). || November 2018 #ELLEWIH brought to you by editor-in-chief @ninagarcia and creative director #stephengan". #news #newspage #newsoutlet #fashion #film #musicindustry #business #tech