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Glamour December 2018

Glamour is a magazine that translates style and trends for the real lives of American women. Our award-winning editorial covers the most pressing interests of our 12.4 million readers: from beauty, fashion and health to politics, Hollywood and relationships.

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women of the year summit gift bag!

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editor’s letter

AS GLAMOUR WENT TO PRESS WITH OUR annual Women of the Year issue, the world was transfixed by Washington. For roughly four hours Christine Blasey Ford, a Ph.D. in psychology at Palo Alto and Stanford universities, testified about a night 36 years ago that forever altered her life. She could have stayed silent and coped with her assault in her own way with the support of her family, her therapist, her friends. But she stepped up, despite being terrified, to be scrutinized by the Senate Judiciary Committee, and all the world, because she felt it was her “civic duty” to do so. “It is not my responsibility to determine whether Mr. Kavanaugh deserves to sit on the Supreme Court,” she testified. “My responsibility is to tell you the truth.” In the…

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this month on glamour.com

THERE’S STILL TIME TO BUY YOUR TICKET TO GLAMOUR’S WOMEN of the Year Summit. Things kick off on November 10 with exclusive New York City experiences like a workout high up in the World Trade Center and an Intro to Improv class at Upright Citizens Brigade. The jam-packed schedule continues on November 11 with host comedian Phoebe Robinson and tons of speakers including The Wing CEO and cofounder Audrey Gelman on how to take action on your big idea; Awkwafina on how to stay true to yourself; and actress Ann Dowd of The Handmaid’s Tale on making it big on your timeline—no one else’s. For more on all our programming (and gift bag worth over $1,000!) go to glamourwotysummit.com. BENNETT RAGLIN/WIREIMAGE. AWKWAFINA: DESIREE NAVARRO/WIREIMAGE. ROBINSON: MONICA SCHIPPER/GETTY IMAGES FOR NETFLIX. DOWD:…

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11 big moments for women in 2018

1 WHEN… Hoda and Savannah made history In the first 48 hours of 2018, Hoda Kotb took her seat beside Savannah Guthrie as the coanchor of Today, replacing the disgraced and dismissed Matt Lauer. And with that the duo became the first female cohosts in the behemoth NBC franchise’s 66-year history. GLAMOUR: Now it seems like fate. But at the start were you two nervous you wouldn’t find a groove? SAVANNAH GUTHRIE: I was afraid at first because I could not imagine having to be part of this show by myself. I said, “I don’t want to do it alone.” [When the Lauer news broke] Hoda was with me, and we literally held hands. I basically have not stopped holding her hand. HODA KOTB: I remember that too. It was literally five minutes to…

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one magic model

Claudia Kim, 33, was a model in her native South Korea before landing parts in hits like Avengers: Age of Ultron and The Dark Tower. Those were her breakthrough roles, but Kim says her next project, the highly anticipated Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, was her pinch-me moment. “It’s mind-blowing to be a part of these franchises,” Kim says. “It’s not something I had imagined would happen to me.” Her character is a new species in J.K. Rowling’s universe—the Maledictus, or a human whose fate is to ultimately transform into a beast. And not just any beast, but Nagini, the serpent who becomes a sidekick to evil Voldemort. “What drew me to the role was that she’s a very powerful being, despite her unfortunate circumstances and her vulnerabilities,” Kim…

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