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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

  1. books
    Journalist Asks Nigerian Writer If There Are Bookstores in Her Home Country“I think it reflects very poorly on French people that you have to ask me that question.”
  2. obligations
    25 Famous Women on GuiltGrappling with it — or choosing not to.
  3. self control
    25 Famous Women on Their Guilty PleasuresGwyneth Paltrow, Martha Stewart, Taraji P. Henson, and more on indulgences they can’t turn down.
  4. reading lists
    25 Famous Women on Their Favorite BooksReading recommendations from Margaret Atwood, Zadie Smith, Sonia Sotomayor, and more.
  5. far and wide
    25 Famous Women on the Pleasures of TravelingChrissy Teigen, Martha Stewart, Joan Didion, and more share their fondest memories.
  6. Here’s Why Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Is Wearing Only Nigerian BrandsThe author is mostly wearing Nigerian looks for public appearances.
  7. beginnings
    25 Famous Women on Their Career BreakthroughsStories from Phillipa Soo, Sonia Sotomayor, Joan Rivers, Aubrey Plaza, and more.
  8. choices
    25 Famous Women on Quitting or Keeping Your Day JobEmma Stone baked dog treats. Fran Lebowitz drove a cab. Nancy Meyers made cheesecake.
  9. advice
    Cecile Richards and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on How to Survive 2017As told to Katie Couric at Tina Brown’s Women in the World Summit last night.
  10. cheat sheet
    Today at Dior: Rihanna, Berets, Aura Photography, and Plenty of BlueMaria Grazia Chiuri explored every aspect of the hue.
  11. identities
    25 Famous Women on Their Immigrant RootsStories from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Ali Wong, Toni Morrison, and more.
  12. q&a
    Chimamanda Adichie Talks Black Hair and the Narrow Definition of BeautyAnd praises Solange Knowles.
  13. Famous Author Says She Was Troubled by ‘Painfully Skinny’ Models at Fashion WeekThe writer opened up about sitting front row at Dior.
  14. politics
    This Beloved Author Says America Doesn’t Feel Like America AnymoreHer BBC interview with a Trump supporter made everything clear.
  15. we should all be feminists
    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: We Can Mourn the Election and Still Want a Good Lotion“One of the things that I think is important is that we shouldn’t moralize makeup.”
  16. everyday racism
    Don’t Try to Gaslight Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie About Trump’s Racism“I am sorry, but if you are a white man you don’t get to define what racism is.”
  17. new faces of things
    One of Your Favorite Feminists Just Scored a Major Beauty CampaignFurther proof that feminism and beauty aren’t mutually exclusive.
  18. beyonce
    Adichie’s Feminism Isn’t Beyoncé’s Feminism“I think men are lovely, but I don’t think that women should relate everything they do to men.”
  19. we should all be feminists
    Even Feminists Appreciate the Power of a Great LipstickContrary to that egg’s recent tweet.
  20. everyday sexism
    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Clinton Is Above Trump“I don’t think he thinks of women as full and equal beings.”
  21. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Opted Out of the Public-Pregnancy Circus“I just feel like we live in an age when women are supposed to perform pregnancy.”
  22. writers
    25 Famous Women on Writing Their Own StoriesThe power (and challenges) of self-reflection.
  23. power mantras
    Here’s Some Solid Life Advice: Forget About Being ‘Likable’Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie inspired our new mantra: Likability is bullshit.
  24. portraits
    4 Women on the Outfits They Feel Best InThe clothes that make me me.
  25. who runs the world? beyonce
    Beyoncé Is 1 of Time’s 100 Most Influential PeopleBoss status.
  26. literary women
    Here Are Zadie Smith and Chimamanda Adichie in ConversationHow wonderful. 
  27. watch
    The Full Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Lecture Beyoncé SampledOn “***Flawless.”
  28. making faces
    Q&A: Thandie Newton’s All-Inclusive Beauty SiteHer makeup artist (and collaborator) Kay Montano promises no “get the look” features.
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