Priyanka Chopra reveals Sridevi was her beauty icon, calls her an expressive actor

Priyanka Chopra Jonas is a fashion inspiration for many. Through her impeccable style and confidence, the actress has managed to make a mark in the global platform. But who has inspired her throughout her career? The actress revealed that she looked up to late Sridevi for inspiration. Calling Sridevi an expressive actor with giant and gorgeous eyes, Priyanka said that the late actress was very experimental with her fashion and her beauty.



Priyanka, Sridevi posing for the camera: Priyanka Chopra said that Sridevi was her beauty icon.


Priyanka Chopra said that Sridevi was her beauty icon.

PRIYANKA CHOPRA SAYS SRIDEVI INSPIRED HER THROUGHOUT HER CAREER

Speaking to a Hollywood magazine, Priyanka Chopra opened up about her beauty icon. She revealed that she looked up to Sridevi throughout her career as the late actress was quite experimental with her fashion and beauty. She said, “She had giant, gorgeous eyes and was such an expressive actor. She was very experimental with her fashion and her beauty. She

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How I Became… TikTok’s Fashion and Beauty Partnerships Lead | Careers, Break Into Fashion

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After CeCe Vu graduated with an economics/finance major from the University of Southern California in 2011, she began a career in investment banking. In a few short months, she recognised it was “not the path for me” and started working for television production company Dick Clark Productions, for which she attended the Golden Globes in 2012.

On the red carpet, Vu encountered her next opportunity in the form of her future boss at Mobli Media — a photo-video sharing app backed by Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire before it shut down in 2016. Becoming “truly fascinated by the intersection of digital media and fashion,” she moved to New York to continue her career in social media.

When she was recruited by Musical.ly — now TikTok — to lead their social media team, Vu

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Why Have Fashion and Beauty Brands Failed to Respond to Anti-Asian Hate?

Fashion brands are expected to be quick to respond to news-making incidents of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and anti-feminism.

After six Asian women were among those killed in the recent shootings in Atlanta, the violence and discrimination experienced by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) have become urgently discussed issues. One of the most surprising things was how silent the fashion industry was—particularly luxury brands, of which Asians are the largest demographic consumer.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, reports from the U.K. to Australia have found that hate crimes against East and Southeast Asian people have risen. In the U.S., the AAPI Hate National Report found that verbal harassment and shunning (the deliberate avoidance of Asian Americans) lead the types of discrimination experienced by AAPI people, at 68.1 percent and 20.5 percent respectively. Physical assault is the third largest category; 11.1 percent of respondents reported

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Fashion and beauty industry leaders speak out against anti-Asian racism

The social media hashtag #StopAsianHate is one that many fashion and beauty industry leaders are standing behind.

Following anti-Asian violence that has since increased amid the pandemic as well as a recent Atlanta shooting in which six Asian women were killed, rallies fighting Asian hate have continued to soar across the nation.

Designers including Prabal Gurung as well as beauty industry notables such as Allure magazine’s editor-in-chief Michelle Lee are using their massive platforms to speak up and speak out against hate crimes toward individuals of Asian descent.

PHOTO: A woman holds a placard during a rally against Asian hate at Columbus Park in Chinatown on March 21, 2021, in New York. (View Press/Corbis via Getty Images)

PHOTO: A woman holds a placard during a rally against Asian hate at Columbus Park in Chinatown on March 21, 2021, in New York. (View Press/Corbis via Getty Images)

Below, check out how some of these elite forces in fashion and beauty are providing resources, spreading awareness and championing brands to rally against anti-Asian hate crime.

Prabal Gurung

The fashion designer and

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