Kayla Webley Adler, ELLE Magazine (US)

Kayla Webley Adler

ELLE Magazine (US)

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • ELLE Magazine (US)
Past:
  • Marie Claire
  • TIME.com

Recent articles by Kayla:

Jodie Comer's Killing It

With a star-making role in The Last Duel, the TV assassin is about to slay the box office. → Read More

Representative Haley Stevens Found Love in a Hopeless Place: Fundraising for Congress

The Michigan Congresswoman takes ELLE behind the scenes of her September wedding. → Read More

Alexis McGill Johnson Is Making Her Mark on Planned Parenthood

The president and CEO's life has prepared her to lead the reproductive health organization at a crucial time. → Read More

Kamala Harris: ‘To Strengthen Democracy, We Must Fight for Gender Equality’

Read exclusive excerpts of the Vice President’s speech to the United Nations's Generation Equality Forum in Paris. → Read More

The Lost and Refound Joy of Gossip

Because nothing builds a relationship faster than having a shared nemesis. → Read More

Lauren Underwood Is the Future

The youngest Black woman in Congress has pulled off not one, but two, miraculous wins in a purple district. What’s her secret? Talking to people and making them feel heard, no matter how wide the divide. → Read More

Bridget Kelly, Author of Infamous ‘Time for Some Traffic Problems’ Email, Is Running for Office

The former Chris Christie staffer is hoping to go from Bridgegate to Bergen County Clerk. → Read More

At Home, on Zoom, With Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and Her Family

After one of the saddest days in U.S. history, the Harris-Emhoff family is blessing our timelines with pure joy in an exclusive video for ELLE. → Read More

Most of Us Only Dream of Being Claudia Kishi. Momona Tamada Actually Got to Be Her.

The Netflix 'Baby-Sitters Club' star on playing the dream role, the power of protest, and all those fabulous clothes. → Read More

Being Everywoman Is Katie Porter's Superpower

The freshman congresswoman and single mother isn't fancy, which is exactly what makes her so effective. → Read More

An Air Force Nurse Deployed to NYC Hospitals: 'It Feels Like a Warzone'

"We’re putting ourselves on the front line and the enemy is invisible." → Read More

Behind the Scenes of 'The Babysitters Club' Reboot on Netflix

"The Babysitters Club," the long-running and wildly popular books by Ann M. Martin about a group of friends who run a babysitting service, is now a series on Netflix. → Read More

The Academy of Museum of Motion Pictures Museum Will Open in 2020

The Academy has 12 million photographs, 85,000 scripts, and 63,000 movie posters in its vaults. Soon, you'll be able to see them too. → Read More

All the Times Women Absolutely Crushed It in 2019

What do Simone Biles, Greta Thunberg, Cardi B, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi have in common? They all crushed it in 2019. Here, the most feminist moments of the year. → Read More

Iceland's Feminism Tour: Glacial Experience's Kona Tour

Most people go to Iceland to see waterfalls, glaciers, and the famed blue lagoon—I went to learn about its women. → Read More

The First Crime Against Them Is Rape. The Second Is Being Billed for It

Both federal and state laws say survivors of sexual assault should receive free rape kit exams. Yet every year, in every state, for the past two decades, victims have been billed. → Read More

The Made-for-TV War for Christmas

Spreading holiday cheer, on saccharine movie at a time, is big business. → Read More

Everything You Know About Breast Cancer Is Wrong

A new book, Radical: The Science, Culture, and History of Breast Cancer in America, offers a much-needed update on breast cancer research, diagnosis, and treatment. → Read More

Lauren Duca on Lauren Duca

Lauren Duca, the writer most known for her Teen Vogue gaslighting article, has a new book out next week. She talks trolls, teaching at NYU, nude photos, & more. → Read More

Female Athletes React to Nike's Paid Leave Policy Change Announcement

Three track-and-field stars, Allison Felix, Alysia Montano, and Kara Groucher, sparked a movement by going public about the lack of maternity leave in sports. Yesterday, Nike announced a new policy. → Read More