Here’s what awaits you in the new issue of Grazia on newsstands today
The new number of Grazia is already on newsstands and on the app. There star on the cover this week is Angelina Jolie. The Oscar-winning actress, director and activist has always dealt with humanitarian emergencies in the world: she is on the front line against climate change and ambassador of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees since 2001. In the interview with Grazia Jolie she confesses that being an actress is no longer her priority, for her today her humanitarian commitment and her work as mother of six children, the twins Knox and Vivienne, born in 2008 are more important; Pax, adopted the year before in Vietnam when she was 3; Shiloh, now fifteen; her little sister Zahara, originally from Ethiopia, 17, and Maddox, 20, born in Cambodia. And right here, Jolie says, she is busy with a project to safeguard bees and give work to many young women.
In the news pages we talk about menstrual leave. Spain wants to introduce work permits for women suffering from painful periods. A choice that in Italy finds favorable opinions, but also perplexities. And we take you to the north of Ukraine, to the villages which were occupied by the Russians in March and which have been liberated. Here we have collected the stories of those who survived bombs, imprisonment or improvised gas chambers and are now seeking within themselves the strength to carry on.
This week we interview Hollywood star Tom Cruise. We talk to Ukrainian conductor Oksana Lyniv and Colombian activist Íngrid Betancourt. We meet the writer Joël Dicker and the entrepreneur Gianluca Vacchi.
Grazia’s fashion takes you to India, to Udaipur, where we shot the most sensual garments of the season. In the pages dedicated to beauty we let you discover the creators and creators of five cosmetic brands in which local ingredients, rites and traditions are blended, from Sicily to Trentino.