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Emily DiDonato Is Pregnant With A Baby Girl!

Emily DiDonato is the latest model to announce baby joy! The New York-native took to social media to share the exciting news today in a sweet one-minute clip on Instagram detailing the behind the scenes moments. The model and Covey skincare founder, 30, and husband Kyle Peterson will welcome the...
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24 Hours with Model-Entrepreneur Emily DiDonato

Welcome to Beauty Around the Clock, Marie Claire's weekly peek into the daily lives of some of the most game-changing women in their industries. Ever wonder how they get it all done in a day? Here's your answer. Emily DiDonato—who has walked the runways of Chanel, Givenchy, and Balmain, and...
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Emily DiDonato, Model + Founder, Covey

"I’m originally from a small town called Rock Tavern in upstate New York, but I got discovered in a mall in Connecticut. I was shopping with my mom, and someone asked me if I wanted to participate in a modeling competition. It turned out to be a legitimate thing—there were agents from real agencies there, and I signed with one in New York shortly after that.
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Emily DiDonato On Her New Skincare Brand & Why She Loves Just For Men

If you grew up in the early aughts, you’ll recognize model Emily DiDonato right away. She was a part of our childhood as a face of Maybelline, as well as Victoria’s Secret, Guess? and Ralph Lauren. Now, the 30-year-old is the face of her very own skincare line. DiDonato just rolled out Covey Skincare, a three-part skincare system for all skin types.
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Mean Youtube Comments Inspired Model Emily DiDonato To Launch Her Own Skincare Brand

Supermodel Emily DiDonato filmed an episode of BAZAAR.com's Go To Bed With Me series back in 2019 detailing her 11-step nighttime beauty routine. She spoke about her favorite jelly cleanser, makeup remover wipes, and even the actives she loves like retinol and vitamin c. Then the comments started rolling in. "It was an inspiring moment—I got torn apart in the comments," she says. "Of course we know that people are savage on the internet, but it did wake me up in a way. People were like, 'you can't pair those things— that's not the right order.'"