The 70-year-old said she felt "anxiety" about stripping down to a swimsuit on "I'm a Celebrity....Get Me Out of Here."
The 70-year-old 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star admitted she missed her children and grandchildren.
French activist and writer Simone de Beauvoir said, “You are not born woman. You become one.” Well, those are the words Caitlyn Jenner lives by. For the 66-year-old, the past six months have been some of the most monumental in her life: she transitioned in the public eye, posed on the cover of Vanity Fair in lingerie, became an activist, and completely reinvented herself from Olympian and reality star Bruce Jenner to the woman who got up onstage in a fancy updo and custom off-the-shoulder Jeremy Scott gown at Monday night’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards.
After revealing her new self on the cover of Vanity Fair, Caitlyn Jenner already knows how to dress — really well, at that. From a trip to New York, where she treated herself to a full-on Carrie Bradshaw experience to custom Versace at the ESPYs, the reality star’s sartorial sense is on point. “Fashion police, go easy on me. I’m new at this,“ she pleaded on her first red carpet. But the ask was unnecessary: in just a few months, Jenner’s transitioned from second fiddle to the famous Kardashian family to front-and-center fashion star — watch out, world!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Three years ago, the Business of Fashion released its first official BOF 500, a definitive list of 500 people shaping the $1 trillion fashion industry. Models, editors, photographers, designers, billionaires—the comprehensive guide to who’s who featured Tom Ford on its inaugural cover, then Karl Lagerfeld in 2014. This year, the digital site’s editor-in-chief Imran Amed followed print’s lead and thought social for his cover. Eight influencers from across the world cover the supplement, which was illustrated by Instagram sensation Helen Downie who, at the handle @unskilledworker, has nearly 200,000 followers.
2015 will likely go down in history as the year trans issues made it to the forefront of pop culture—and Thursday evening’s Fashion Media Awards, presented by the Daily Front Row, were a perfect example of that. Co-hosted by actor Tony Goldwyn and model Toni Garrn, and attended by such A-listers as Anna Kendrick, Lily Aldridge, Wiz Khalifa, Sofia Coppola, and a slew of editors and industry insiders, the ceremony recognized those media outlets and people who’ve gone above and beyond in the fashion news biz over the last 12 months.Of the 10 awards, two were presented to people who’ve made strides in terms of transgender equality and recognition, both in their personal lives and through their work.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.