In his segment on "The Ingraham Angle," Arroyo asked the singer to "please stick to Armani suits or at least pants."
"There is no society that can survive without strong men," conservative commentator Candace Owens wrote in response to Styles' new magazine cover on Saturday.
Meghan Markle faced "harsh" criticism for guest-editing British Vogue but the magazine's editor-in-chief says: "I wouldn't just blame it on racism."
The Duchess of Sussex said her Forces for Change special issue of "British Vogue" reflected the world as she sees it: "Beautiful and strong in its diversity."
The former first lady told Vogue about the difficulties women face in positions of leadership and how important it is that girls get a good education.
The singer hit out at the president for his apparent failure to call mass shootings by white suspects "terrorism."
With the help of photographer Gregory Harris and the magazine's fashion editor Virginie Benarroch, the 22-year-old model paid homage to the late Princess of Wales. The shots were set up to emulate a number of candid photos taken of Diana throughout the 1990s.
"My PINNED tweet is all of the mistakes I made, owning up to being problematic when I was young."
"I design like I breathe, you don't ask to breathe—it just happens," Lagerfeld on his artistic process.
Former first lady Michelle Obama has been on the cover of Vogue three times.
Vogue has suspended two famed fashion photographers following allegations of sexual exploitation by dozens of male models.
The film's star credits the founder of Barnum & Bailey Circus with the "idea that you could be who you want to be, that it doesn't matter where you're born or what school you went to."
The tennis star thinks Maria Sharapova "might be perceived by the public as nicer."
Featuring "grab them by the pussy," "laziness is a trait in blacks," "they're rapists" and other gems from the 45th President of the United States.
The Fox News host alternated between forced incomprehension and sexism in contentious interview concerning Ivanka Trump.
All women are 'real,' but a greater diversity in size would be positive move, says Sophie Walker.
November's issue features professional women such as charity director Brita Fernandez Schmidt and architectural historian Shumi Bose.
The upper house of parliament is pondering an EU directive on tobacco branding.
President Petro Poroshenko becomes 2016's first unlikely cover star.
The famed shoe designer, who has a new book out, discusses his inspirations.
Four years after his booze-fuelled, anti-Semitic rant the bad boy of British fashion is back.