Ladies Who Launch
This beauty start-up is in-store, online, and dying to show readers what happens before the red carpet
On the brand's new cleanser, devoted and engaged fans, and why not everything needs to be organic.
Words of wisdom.
From the woman who changed the way you work out
Loverly gathers data from real brides to help you create the perfect day.
After cosmetics made her sick, makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift founded RMS Beauty, based on her raw food background.
Reductress founders Sarah Pappalardo and Beth Newell on creating the Feminist Onion.
They want you to know what's really in the products you use every day.
PurseBlog's Megs Dusil on building her huge online community, her business partnership with her husband, and how to get the very best bags.
Doing things—that's the decidedly low-key rallying cry behind activewear brand Outdoor Voices. The motto is a much less competitive riff on Nike's famous "Just Do It" slogan, and that's by design.
Meet Aimee Cheshire, a former plus-size model, fashion blogger, and the woman behind Hey Gorgeous.
When hair stylist Miko Branch and her sister Titi began concocting treatments for naturally curly hair, they had no idea their kitchen experiments would be the beginning of a successful beauty line, let alone an entire movement.
As the one of the cofounders of Tinder, 25-year-old Whitney Wolfe helped build the wildly popular dating app from the ground up.
Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor are in the midst of their next fashion act.
The fitness industry looked quite different before Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice, the founders of insanely popular indoor cycling studio SoulCycle, hit the scene.
Alison Brod was just 25 years old when a stranger in an elevator convinced her to start a PR company. Twenty years later, she still runs her own successful public relations agency in the heart of New York City.
Writing about yourself on the internet can be a daunting task—but writing detailed accounts of your sex life? That's on a whole other level.