Aside from being Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s favorite photographer, he has strong views about the need for sustainability, diversity and safe working conditions for models.
Paradis talks of the rewarding moment of presenting a movie project for the first time in Cannes, her love of complex characters and unusual red-carpet dresses.
The model/DJ evolves into a body-positive advocate with her LPA swim collaboration and her podcast, tackling topics like #MeToo and mental health.
Actress Asia Argento used the closing ceremony to readdress the Weinstein scandal, while Spike Lee and Nadine Labaki reinforced their films’ political statements in accepting their awards.
Harrier speaks about her first time at the Cannes Film Festival with Spike Lee and the “BlacKKKlansman” crew.
The natural-born influencer has stuck to mainly Chanel for her appearances as a jury member of Cannes’ Critics’ Week.
Hours before hitting the red carpet, Clarke delivered a candid talk as part of Kering’s ongoing “Women in Motion” conversation series.
Photographer Shaniqwa Jarvis has a book that highlights 20 years of her greatest hits and is looking to do limited-run merchandise with other companies.
The “How to Get Away With Murder” star attended the 2018 Cannes Film Festival as one of the new spokespeople for L’Oréal Paris.
In Cannes with L’Oréal Paris as their newest global spokesperson, the actress chatted to WWD about her Texan roots and empowering women.