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Ana Escalante

Ana Escalante is Glamour's editorial assistant and has a history of reporting on fashion, beauty, politics, and digital culture across different mediums. Previously, Ana was the Editor-in-Chief of Rowdy Magazine, the largest independent student-run fashion magazine in the United States. When she isn't crying to Mitski songs or chugging Cuban cafecitos on deadline, you can find her talking about her love of thong sandals on her Instagram, @balencianas

Breaking News

The Biden Administration Made a ‘Substantial Proposal’ to Russia for Brittney Griner’s Release

Apparently the offer was made “weeks ago.”

5 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Getting a Lip Flip

I'm in my lip BBL era. 
Drop the Routine

Sarah Jessica Parker Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

The And Just Like That… actor is the newest face of RoC Skincare's feel-good campaign.

A Jorts Renaissance Is Upon Us

Say goodbye to Daisy Dukes. Say hello to your dad’s favorite BBQ silhouette.

In New York, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris’s Costumes Transport Audiences Into a French Fantasy

Newcomer Alba Baptista, who stars in the film, gushed about how important the costuming was to the storyline.
Summer makeup

TikTok’s ‘W Blush’ Hack Will Give You a Sunburnt Glow in Seconds

Addison Rae is a fan. 
TV

Everything We Know So Far About Only Murders in the Building Season 3

How many murders can a building have?
Romance Is Alive

Kelly Ripa Cherishes Her Topless Photos From the ’90s

“Well, just remember! It used to look like this!”
Your Fave’s Faves

Dyson Airwraps, Speedos, and Seaweed Chips: What Bretman Rock Is Buying Now

Da Baddest also dishes on showing his vulnerable side as part of the second season of his MTV reality show, 
Now What?

How to Ease Into Activism Outside of Social Media 

In a world of Instagram infographics and catchy rallying cries, it can be hard to get involved in ways that feel productive and lasting. Likewise, it's not always feasible to expect people to morph into career activists. Luckily there's a middle ground. Keep reading for meaningful—and approachable—ways to show up. 
Roe v. Wade

Read the Dissent From the Case That Overturned Roe v. Wade

“With sorrow—for this Court, but more, for the many millions of American women who have today lost a fundamental constitutional protection—we dissent.”
Roe v. Wade

Black Congresswomen Are Begging Joe Biden to Declare a National Emergency Regarding Abortion Rights

“In this unprecedented moment, we must act urgently as if lives depend on it because they do.”