The L’Oréal Paris “Dream Team”
LEÏLA BEKHTI: The discerning talent of French cinema.
Authenticity is paramount for this Franco-Algerian actress, so much so, she is incredibly discerning when it comes to her movie roles, auditioning only for those parts which resonate with her personal values and beliefs.
LOUISE BOURGOIN: Unapologetic actress, artist and advocate for women.
Since studying at art school, she brings a creative intellectual curiosity to her craft. The French actress considers herself an egalitarian feminist, and speaks out on issues like sexual harassment. She is a big supporter of the Stand Up program.
CINDY BRUNA: A Model of Inclusivity
Among the new generation of fashion model activists, Cindy, a fixture on the world’s catwalks, uses her voice to speak up for inclusion and women’s rights.
CAMILA CABELLO: A Voice for Change
Despite her young age, she is a force to be reckoned with in the music world. She famously left her former girl band Fifth Harmony because of the pressure to always be sexy on camera and on stage, and believes in using her influence as a voice for change.
VIOLA DAVIS: A Voice for Self-Confidence and Inclusivity
The first black actor to have achieved the “Triple Crown” of acting; winning an Academy award, an Emmy and two Tony awards. Viola is recognized internationally for her support of human rights and is renowned for her empowering publicly spoken engagements.
CÉLINE DION: A Living Legend for Women
The multi-award-winning Canadian vocal powerhouse followed her heart to achieve success. Celine’s relentless work ethic has challenged female stereotypes and inspired so many women on their journey to self-realisation.She is also the creator of a gender-neutral brand for children.
JAHA DUKUREH: Fearless Activist
After undergoing FGM as a newborn, she was forced into marriage at 15, and has made it her life’s cause to denounce such practices. Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018, Jaha is a leader in the movement to end female genital mutilation and child marriage.
ELLE FANNING: Natural-Born Actress
The poster girl for the natural look is a force to be reckoned with. At the tender age of 22, she is celebrated as one of our era’s most accomplished stars. Outspoken about gender equality, she is a big advocate of the Stand Up Program.
JANE FONDA: A Role Model for Generations
Jane Fonda personifies the idea that beauty is not a question of age but of experience. Her power comes from her self-confidence and commitment to the well-being of people and the champion of causes, in particular, the effects of the climate crisis on the planet. She is an Academy Award winning actress, a successful author and an urgent and passionate activist.
LUMA GROTHE: Best Supporting Female
As an international model and an empathetic woman Luma never hesitates to share her personal experiences to connect with people and raise awareness of women’s rights and in particular, against street harassment. Currently studying film making, she is working on a documentary about violence against women.
AMBER HEARD: Modern Superheroine
Witty and smart, Amber defies stereotypes and is committed to making her voice heard.
She is an outspoken advocate for equality in Hollywood, children’s and LGBTQ rights.
SOO JOO: Creative Muse for a Generation
Renowned as a model and famous DJ, Soo Joo is the incarnation of a creative, fearless generation embracing an arty lifestyle. The South Korean model openly speaks out for more inclusivity in the fashion world, in the press and on social media.
LIYA KEBEDE: A Muse Beyond Borders
Famed for her feline grace, supermodel Liya Kebede is determined to help those less fortunate than herself, by working with humanitarian organizations centered on maternal and infant healthcare in Africa.
AJA NAOMI KING: Radiant Humanist
An actress and graduate of Yale who advocates for helping kids build confidence and creativity through performance and writing, and raises awareness on anxiety and confidence issues.
DOUTZEN KROES: Devoted Beauty Amazon
Famed for her radiant beauty that transcends borders, she is committed to humanitarian and ecological causes, and has created her own foundation, Knot On My Planet, to protect elephants slaughtered for their ivory in Africa.
KATHERINE LANGFORD: A Role Model and Millennial Icon
The Australian actress is a role model in the struggle for self-confidence for millions of teenagers, and she uses her social media as a platform to speak out on mental health awareness. She also advocates for equal rights and opportunities for women in acting.
GONG LI: A Chinese Legend for Equality
Acclaimed as the incarnation in Hollywood of the modern Chinese woman who has taken control of her destiny, she is a strong advocate for equal opportunities for women in the film industry and was appointed Artist for Peace by the UNESCO in 2000.
EVA LONGORIA: Fiery Latina Success Story
Beloved by women around the world, she runs her own production company and devotes much of her time to helping Latina women reach their potential through education, gender equality issues and promoting a sense of entrepreneurship in women.
ANDIE MACDOWELL: Timeless, Generous Beauty
With her dazzling smile and sense of humor, Andie MacDowell symbolizes graceful aging for women worldwide. An outspoken voice against ageism in the movie industry, she also advocates to fight against crimes against humanity.
HELEN MIRREN: Queen of Stage and Screen
One of just a few actresses to have achieved the Triple Crown of Acting; winning an Academy award, an Emmy and a Tony award. She is a firm advocate of the “end of anti-aging,” and has been very active on both stage and screen since the mid-Sixties. The British acting legend supports a range of NGOs, and Women for Women International.
AISHWARYA RAI: Bollywood Goddess
Crowned by the media as "the most beautiful woman in the world”, Aishwarya Rai was the first Indian actress to be a jury member at the Cannes Film Festival and she is appointed Ambassador of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.
DUCKIE THOT: Committed Queen of the Digital Generation
After her family escaped the civil war in their home country, Duckie has always felt a deep calling to help people facing injustice and oppression. As an advocate of self-love and diversity, she shares her journey on social media as a black model who challenges industry norms.