The "It List"

The “It List”

“It List”

By Chloe Cornell


Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez and Donatella Versace were the talk of Milan Fashion Week with Lopez closing the Versace fashion show in an updated version of “the green dress.” Learn the extraordinary backstory about this iconic dress that lead to the creation of Google images.



Photograph of Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Iconic shot of Phoebe Waller-Bridge celebrating her multiple Emmy wins, with a margarita at the Chateau Marmont. Josh Cole, Waller-Bridge’s friend who took the photo that went viral on social media told the Evening Standard, “It is amazing and she totally deserves it. She’s brilliant. And she’s as brilliant off screen as she is on.”



Audrey Gelman – First Pregnant Woman on the Cover of a Business Magazine

Audrey Gelman, co-founder of The Wing, is the first visibly pregnant woman on the cover of a business magazine. She is on the cover of Inc. Magazine’s October issue which features 100 female founders who are building businesses in the US.




Teen Climate Activism

16 year old Greta Thunberg led the world’s largest climate strike to encourage the UN Climate Action Summit to make significant changes to save the Earth



Princess Charlotte

“Warrior Princess” Charlotte – The Huff Post reported that Princess Charlotte’s nickname at her nursery school was “Warrior Princess” because of her “feisty personality.” We love a feisty princess and admire the young royal who “earned that nickname because obviously she is a princess, but she’s quite a tomboy.” Royal correspondent Katie Nicholl said that she loves “climbing trees, is very much an adventurer, and is known for her feisty personality.”




Valerie Plame’s Campaign ad for Congress

The former CIA agent releases one of the best political ads we’ve ever seen:




National Women’s Hall of Fame

Congratulations to the 11 women who were inducted into the National Women’s Hall of fame! The women were nominated by the public, and then selected by a special team based on their impact on society covering the areas of art, athletics, education, government, and science.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Sotomayor

Women’s rights attorney, Gloria Allred

Late Congresswoman Louise Slaughter

Professor and Activist Angela Davis

Professor, Lawyer and Advocate Sarah Deer

Actress and Activist Jane Fonda

U.S.A.F. Retired And Activist Nicole Malachwski

Artist and Activist (posthumous) Rose O’Neill

Composer Laurie Spiegel

Fashion Designer and Philanthropist Diane von Furstenberg

Biologist Flossie Wong-Staal


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