Rose Minutaglio, ELLE Magazine (US)

Rose Minutaglio

ELLE Magazine (US)

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • ELLE Magazine (US)
Past:
  • Harper's Bazaar
  • Seventeen
  • Marie Claire
  • TOWN&COUNTRY
  • Esquire
  • KSBW Action News 8
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Country Living
  • Men's Health Mag
  • Delish.com
  • and more…

Recent articles by Rose:

Leslie Grace on Becoming Batgirl

"Everybody loves Batman, so it’s time to see what Batgirl can do,” the actress tells ELLE. → Read More

Halle Berry Gives Heartfelt Speech at ELLE's Women in Hollywood Event

"I can't tell you what it means to be in this room and feel our femininity because it's palpable and it's real." → Read More

Jennifer Hudson On How Women Uplifting Women 'Is Not An Easy Task To Take On'

During her speech at the 2021 ELLE Women in Hollywood event in Los Angeles, the Respect actress shared why taking on the role of Aretha Franklin was such a challenge. → Read More

These Texas Faith Leaders Are Fighting Abortion Bans

These religious leaders are advocating for women’s rights—no matter the consequences. → Read More

Haim Sisters on Their North Face Collab, New Music, and Hot Girl Fall

The sisters talk driving up the Pacific Coast Highway, Joni Mitchell, and their favorite North Face puffers. → Read More

There's a Long Overdue Reckoning Happening In Women's Soccer

Some players allege National Women’s Soccer League ignored reports of sexual harassment, coercion, and emotional abuse by coaches. → Read More

WNBA Star Breanna Stewart Is Making History On and Off the Court

In ELLE's Office Hours column, Breanna Stewart reveals talks parenthood, her new collaboration with Puma, and her aspirations to open up a bakery one day. → Read More

Sex, Money and Murder: My Life as the Chippendales Den Mother

For Candace Mayeron, working with America's most salacious strip show was full of passion—and peril. → Read More

Dua Saleh on 'Sex Education' Season 3 and Their New EP

The Sex Education star on playing the show's first nonbinary character. → Read More

Aly Raisman on 'Darkness to Light,' Finding Justice, and Learning to Heal

The Olympic gold medalist opens up about her new Lifetime documentary and how she's learning to heal. → Read More

'I Blame An Entire System:' Olympic Gymnasts Testify About the FBI’s Larry Nassar Investigation

“Nassar is where he belongs, but those who enabled him deserve to be held accountable,” Biles told senators on Wednesday. → Read More

How Female Journalists Covered 9/11 in Honor of the 20th Anniversary

Twenty years later, journalists opened up to ELLE about the stories of loss, love, and heroism they worked so hard to tell. → Read More

McKayla Maroney Is Done Being Unimpressed

The gymnast opens up about battling a debilitating eating disorder, grieving her father’s accidental death, and helping the FBI take down Larry Nassar. → Read More

The Gold Medal-Worthy Razors Olympic Swimmers Swear By

Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, Lydia Jacoby, Regan Smith, Mallory Weggemann, and Abbey Weitzeil on their go-to razors to use before a big race. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe's New Book Club Isn't Meant for Surface-Level Conversation

The soccer star is starting a book club with Austin-based literary startup Literati. Her first pick? Unbound by Tarana Burke, the founder of #MeToo. → Read More

Inside One Afghan Woman’s Fight to Protect Educational Rights

Pashtana Durrani, the director of LEARN, a nonprofit that ensures women and girls have access to education, speaks to ELLE.com about the importance of protecting educational rights. → Read More

Meet the Woman Who Created an App to Save Her Endangered Language

Annie Vang is preserving history by digitally translating her native Hmong dialect. → Read More

Designer Misha Nonoo Will Help You Find the Perfect Husband... Shirt

The fashion designer talks her iconic "Husband" shirt, and her "long and enduring" friendship with Markle. → Read More

Gymnast Sunisa Lee Becomes the First Hmong American to Win a Gold Medal

The 18-year-old has made history at the Tokyo Games after Simone Biles, the greatest gymnast of all time, dropped out of the competition to focus on her mental health. → Read More

This Olympic Rugby Player's Thirsty TikTok Deserves a Gold Medal

Maher hasn’t competed yet, but she’s already capturing the hearts of millions on TikTok with videos about finding love in the Olympic Village. → Read More