Modern School of Athens
Created on January 29, 2024
Oprah Winfrey was the first Black multi-billionaire in the United States, a great talk show host, and a truly influential philanthropist. Her private charity supports free education and empowerment of women across the globe.
Kylie Jenner debuted in her family's reality TV show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Since then, she has become CEO of Kylie Cosmetics and actively shapes beauty and social media culture with every iconic post.
Malala Yousafzai started as an education activist in Pakistan and was awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize laureate at age 17. Her bravery and determination against TTP's restrictions of education turned her into an inspiration for young girls everywhere.
Misty Copeland is the first African American woman to be promoted to principal dancer at American Ballet Theater. In addition, The Misty Copeland Foundation holds after-school dance classes for under-resourced students.
IU (Lee Ji-eun) changed the game for female soloists in South Korea. Also called the "Nation's Little Sister", 31 of her songs have topped the charts. She's also a mesmerizing actress, and her k-dramas, such as 'My Mister', have become cult classics.
Coco Chanel, French fashion designer, is most famous, obviously, for the fashion house she created, Chanel. A successful business woman, her legacy remains in the Chanel perfumes and couture still widely purchased and talked about today.
Princess Diana was a style icon and international celebrity, a trait she exploited positively during her charity work. She was a leader of over 100 charities, for causes such as leprosy, domestic violence, mental health, and AIDS.
As a teenager, Emma Chamberlain revolutionized authentic Youtube content and provided entertainment with her exciting editing style. She continues to delight young audiences with her therapeutic podcast Anything Goes and her coffee brand Chamberlain Coffee.
Julia Roberts was nominated for an Oscar after her first success happened in Pretty Woman (1990). After filming rom-com classics, My Best Friend's Wedding (1997) and Notting Hill (1999), she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2000. Along with Ocean's Eleven (2001) and Eat, Pray, Love (2010), her box office stats has raised above a billion dollars worldwide.
Natalia Osipova's dancing never fails to amaze through her enticing facial expressions and impressive jumps and turns. She is a Russian ballerina currently dancing for The Royal Ballet and she always delivers artistically in her sold-out shows.
As the oldest member of the international K-pop girl group, Blackpink, Jisoo's singing, dancing, modeling, and acting has attracted fans across the globe. In 2023, she won MAMA awards in Best Female Artist, Best Dance Performance, and Best M/V for her solo debut "Flower".
Naomi Campbell was declared one of 6 supermodels in the 90's. An ongoing influence in the fashion industry, Naomi shows that a self-made Black women can make celebrity history by becoming the first Black woman to appear on Vogue France and Time covers.
Rihanna has always been an international popstar, but she really broke the internet with the 2023 Superbowl Halftime Show, performing her biggest hits with hardcore choreography and through pregnancy. Her successful cosmetics brand, Fenty Beauty, promotes inclusion for all women.
Dakota Johnson's captivating and romantic acting has captured audiences across the globe. Her Fifty Shades series were a blockbuster trilogy, and she was awarded People's Choice Award for Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress in 2016. Alongside her cinematic achievements, Dakota's off-duty paparazzi pictures never fail to go viral for classic style.
An actress who is now more famous for writing and directing, Greta Gerwig pleases film audiences with works like 'Barbie' (2023), 'Little Women' (2019), and 'Lady Bird' (2017), provoking thought and conveying complex, human themes. As a result of her exemplary movies, she has won many awards, including Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2024 for 'Barbie'.
Amelia Earhart became a national phenomenon when she broke aviation records as the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Even her mysterious disappearance contributes to her legacy, and she will forever be known as a legendary American aviation pioneer.