Kerry Washington explains how that epic Apple Music commercial came together

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Kerry Washington Designs Purse to Raise Funds for Domestic Violence Services: ‘It Is a Symbol of a Woman’s Financial Domain’.

The Scandal star looked gorgeous in the black sleeveless top and short floral skirt which showed off her toned legs as she stopped by AOL Builds to discuss the new season of Scandal and her anti-domestic violence work on Friday. Despite being passionate about women’s empowerment and domestic violence issues for years, Scandal actress Kerry Washington had never heard of financial abuse – the tactics abusers use to keep victims feeling trapped, like restricting their access to credit cards or legal and financial support. “It turns out that 98 percent of all domestic violence cases involve financial abuse, so it’s a huge reason for why women stay in abusive relationships and why they go back after they leave,” Washington tells PEOPLE. “They feel they don’t have the tools to take care of themselves and their families.” When the Allstate Foundation approached Washington to design a purple purse to promote the issue in 2014, she didn’t quite understand the purse part – until it really clicked. “Abuse is hard to talk about, so we thought a purse is a beautiful object that can get the conversation started,” Washington says. “It is a symbol of a woman’s financial domain.” This is the second year Washington has designed a bag for the Allstate Foundation Purple Purse campaign.(Cover) – EN Star Style – Kerry Washington’s hairstylist Takisha Sturdivant-Drew has joked she becomes “sad” when Scandal is shooting because of the dramatically different hairdos. “I love the highlights on Kerry. Last time we checked on Olivia Pope () and her band of gladiators, they were busily murdering randoms in order to take down Papa Pope (Joe Morton), aka Olivia’s deranged father.

It makes her look younger, more fresh.” “I can’t think of any Olivia Pope hairstyle that made me cringe, but I’ll tell you what I loved: the natural curls on the beach. Meanwhile, President Fitzgerald Grant (Tony Goldwyn) was making out with Olivia, which is either disgusting or amazing depending on where you fall on Team Olitz.

Patrick’s Cathedral. “I love Jake (played by Scott Foley) too so we’ll all just have to hang in there and see what happens,” she said, referring to cliffhanger from last season. “The opportunity to combine the passion of empowering women and anti-violence against women it was like whoa, that’s me,” she told Confidenti@l after her brush with the Pope. “I really love doing this.” Washington’s Purple Purse, designed with help from the husband and wife team of Dee Ocleppo and Tommy Hilfiger, will be available at Saks Fifth Avenue. The pair wed in June, 2013, and welcomed their daughter Isabelle in late April, 2014. ‘I’m not even Catholic but I just think what he stands for in carrying the message of God not being about judgment but about service is really extraordinary.’ The actress had just dashed outside after speaking at anti-domestic violence and financial abuse event for Allstate’s The Purple Purse Foundation in New York. I’d love to see those curls come back!” “Kerry uses product in her hair all week long, so I use Neutrogena Anti-Residue Shampoo, and then the Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask. For the love of ShondaLand, what about Jake Ballard?!’ Give a warm welcome to Princess Emily of Caledonia (hi, made-up country!), who almost immediately died in a car accident while visiting D.C. with her royal family. Yep, Princess Emily and her unborn child were killed because she was having an affair with the bodyguard. #drama Poor Mellie (Bellamy Young) was thrilled when Fitz showed up at her swearing in ceremony (she’s officially a senator!), but the twist?

Apparently, he spent the hiatus sleeping on Olivia’s couch waiting for her to finish sexing Fitz, and spent most of this episode shaking and crying while Olivia was just like, “Yikes.” Luckily, Huck turned to Jake for help at the end of the episode, so hopefully he’ll regain what’s left of his sanity soon.

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