Angelina Jolie in Harper Bazaar…

Angelina Jolie on cover of Harper’s Bazaar’s 150th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE, using SMD’s full line of skincare, including INHYUNJIN and Saromae Snail Serum Concentrate, for beautiful, healthy, glowing skin! Thanks to her personal make up artist Toni’ G. who has been using SMD Cosmetics for over a year now!  Toni knew how important safe and non toxic skincare was important for Angelina so took the liberty of introducing her the products.  Here are some of our favorite images from the shoot done in Africa…

As Harper’s Bazaar celebrates its 150th anniversary, Jolie shares her thoughts on women’s rights and our responsibility toward the environment.

 

Rag & Bone t-shirt; Ralph Lauren Collection pants; Beladora earrings; Ariat Two24 boots; Jill Heller vintage bangles; Jolies own necklace and ring.

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Gabriela Hearst blouse; Jolies own earrings.

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Atelier Versace gown. Alexi Lubomirski
Dior dress and rings. Alexi Lubomirski

Ralph Lauren Collection dress; K. Jacques sandals. Alexi Lubomirski

Angelina Jolie is a filmmaker, a special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and a cofounder of the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative. The Breadwinner will be in North American theaters on November 17, with worldwide release dates to follow.


Women’s Rights

International law requires that women and girls must be equal with men and boys. This means full equality in:

  • The right to participate in international, national and local politics and society.
  • The right to education, work, and access to the economy.
  • The right to health, including sexual and reproductive health.
  • The right to life, and not to be subjected to violence, especially rape and domestic violence.
  • The right to equality in their relationships among families, communities, and religions

This legal duty to ensure gender equality is obligatory on all States in the world.

Source: London School Of Economics Centre for Women Peace and Security; Further information available also on unwomen.org.

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