Dec 3, 2018

Red Table Talk Takes Harper's Bazaar

 Jada Pinkett-Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield-Norris have turned the world into their mega-hit, Red Table Talk. With Harper's they open up about the power of intergenerational conversation.

The concept of a “digital magazine cover” is not new, but Harper’s Bazaar is newly dedicated to the concept and expanding it. A digital “cover” will be released quarterly on the magazine’s web site. Joyann King, editor of the web site, admitted that trying to give digital the visual heft of a magazine has been tried by most, to varied success, but argued “it feels really fresh for us right now.” She added that the concept will bring a sense of fashion and celebrity newness between issues of the magazine with at least subjects being treated with the importance of a cover.

A beautiful fashion spread, the three women give a lot of insight on why they think they’ve resonated with people on their show.

"Obviously we’re in a patriarchal society that looks down on vulnerability and looks down on emotion and looks down on femininity,” Willow said. “The biggest rebellion is coming into your vulnerability and seeing that as a power. Once you get in touch with your emotions, you start to understand things in a whole other way. When you express what you feel needs to change, or what you feel is unfair or wrong, that’s so important, but the real agent of change is when you embody the truth.” - Willow Smith

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