Variety Magazine Power of Women issue brings us Kim Kardashian, Whoopi Goldberg, Lena Dunham Rachel Weisz and Glen Close on five special covers.
Dunham sports a white button down along with a fitted black jacket. The actresses discusses becoming involved with non-profit organisation Girls Educational & Mentoring Services because of her friend Audrey Gelman, and why she knew she had to lend her voice to the issue.
Reality star Kardashian is photographed in an over-the-shoulder close-up highlighting her precise cat eye, soft pink lipstick, and dazzling diamond earrings. She talked at length about her work with the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
“My father passed away from cancer,” she tells the magazine. “I remember what it was like when my dad was going through it. You see the kids that are so strong. They feel so helpless. You want to do anything to help them.”
Rachel Weisz is lensed wearing a form-fitting dress as she poses casually on her black and white cover while in another black and white cover, Whoopi Goldberg looks joyous, with eyes closed.
Weisz is recognised Variety’s as one of New York Women of Power honorees because of her work with Opportunity Network, which aids kids in the New York City area with internships, preparation for interviews and college application tutors while Goldberg is recognised for her work as the honorary chair of Figure Skating in Harlem, a nonprofit that helps young girls – roughly 250 – learn leadership and academic skills through the sport.
Captured in a profile shot, actress Glen Close was honoured for her work with nonprofit organisation Bring Change 2 Mind which she founded in 2010,after viewing her sister’s struggles, to raise awareness and start a conversation about mental illness.by