In conjunction with the International Women’s month, Team Marie Claire Malaysia wants to inspire and empower our readers to be the best version of themselves with a selection of quotes from strong and famous women who have lived life, fought their own demons and overcome adversity. The quotes range from pears of wisdom from Demi […]
We spend five minutes talking to Margaret Cho ahead of her upcoming Asia tour.
Anna Campbell, from Sussex, was killed while volunteering as a freedom fighter in Syria, with the all-female Kurdish armed unit, the YPJ.
It was announced last week that we might be seeing less of Jennifer Lawrence on our screens, with the Red Sparrow actress explaining how she would be putting acting on the back burner to focus on projects closer to her heart, venturing into politics.
Actress Minnie Driver has just made headlines, publicly stepping down from her role as a global celebrity ambassador for Oxfam in the wake of the charity’s recent sex scandal.
Female tech founder Pip Jamieson is next in our Women Who Win series, giving us some insight into how tough you have to be to hack it as a woman in the tech industry…
The past 12 months have been a giant kick in the teeth for women – from the unearthing of the shocking gender pay gap statistics to the wave of sexual harassment and abuse allegations in recent months.
Divya Nair takes centre stage as she tells us about her love for Indian classical dance and Sutra Foundation