We Can Do It! Iconic Women

In honor of the magazine's 70th anniversary, Glamour celebrates iconic women.

Glamour's April Icons Issue

Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Glamour's April Icons Issue in celebration of the magazine's 70th Anniversary
Model Chanel Iman reaches new heights on the tennis court as Althea Gibson, the first African American to compete in major U.S. tennis championships. Called the "Jackie Robinson of tennis," Gibson won five grand slam titles, including Wimbledon in 1957. "She showed women … you can be sweaty, be gorgeous and do a great job," Iman said.

Glamour Magazine's American Icons (Brigitte Lacombe for GLAMOUR)

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