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@badbunnypr's personal style eschews strictly gendered notions and feels both uniquely his and of this moment—and when it comes to his onstage looks, the vibe is anything but same old thing. “I love to go find the things I am envisioning in my mind,” he says of his outfitting process, “but it’s truly impossible, we simply don’t have the time.” At the link in our bio, see the artist in head-to-toe looks—featuring this season's best bags, of course. Photographed by @stefanruizphoto, styled by @jordenbickham, Vogue, February 2022.
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Street style's biggest stars touched down in Paris for the debut of @virgilabloh's final collection for @louisvuitton. During his eight collection residency, Virgil Abloh turned the house upside down and inside out. He made the exclusive inclusive. This afternoon in Paris marked the final collection of that arc—the collection was named Louis Dreamhouse, and unfolded on 20 dancers and 67 models. Tap the link in our bio for all the details behind the show, and to see every look from the runway. Photographed by @styledumonde
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Legendary Vogue editor and creative force André Leon Talley was known for his deep knowledge of fashion history and his myriad friendships with some of the most influential figures. Talley’s six-foot-six stature and flamboyant fashion sense made him one of the most recognizable faces and beloved figures in the industry, and beyond. At the link in our bio, as we remember his extraordinary influence on the world of fashion, take a look back at Talley’s whirlwind life—and his lifetime of audiences with the crème de la crème of style and high society.
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André Leon Talley, the larger-than-life former Vogue editor, has died at 73. “The loss of Andre is felt by so many of us today: the designers he enthusiastically cheered on every season, and who loved him for it; the generations he inspired to work in the industry, seeing a figure who broke boundaries while never forgetting where he started from; those who knew fashion, and Vogue, simply because of him; and, not forgetting, the multitude of colleagues over the years who were consistently buoyed by every new discovery of Andre’s, which he would discuss loudly, and volubly—no one could make people more excited about the most seemingly insignificant fashion details than him. Even his stream of colorful faxes and emails were a highly anticipated event, something we all looked forward to,” said Anna Wintour. “Yet it’s the loss of André as my colleague and friend that I think of now; it’s immeasurable. He was magnificent and erudite and wickedly funny—mercurial, too. Like many decades-long relationships, there were complicated moments, but all I want to remember today, all I care about, is the brilliant and compassionate man who was a generous and loving friend to me and to my family for many, many years, and who we will all miss so much.” At the link in our bio, a closer look at Talley's life and legacy. Photographed by Marry Hilliard.
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Emilia Jones (@emiliajonesy) stuns audiences as the star of #CODA, the 2021 coming-of-age film which follows Ruby Rossi, the titular CODA (child of deaf adults), as the only hearing member of a deaf family in Gloucester, Massachusetts—and she was an unlikely candidate for the role to begin with. While Ruby’s family depends on her to help operate the family fishing business, she dreams of attending the Berklee College of Music to sing. The only catch? Jones had never sung professionally before auditioning. But writer-director Sian Heder was bowled over by the newcomer’s audition tape, which saw Jones performing a gentle guitar cover of “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac. (Above: Jones rehearses "Both Sides, Now" by Joni Mitchell, which is the song Ruby sings as her audition to get into the Berklee—the film's stunning climax). While she is still in a state of disbelief, Hollywood has very much embraced Jones as one of their own. At the link in our bio, take a closer look at Jones's latest projects, and meet more of the creators from #VogueYouthquake, a new project celebrating Gen Z creators from around the world who are radically reimagining the future.
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Meet Aoi Yamada (@aoiyamada0624), the Tokyo-based 21-year-old who is a self-described “dancer, model, and expresser." Yamada is instantly recognizable, and no, not just because of her movements. Her avant garde performance looks stand out and could be anything from a leotard printed with Matsumoto Castle to a hairstyle that looks like a thatched Japanese roof. This sui generis effect makes her hard to forget. At the link in our bio, get to know more about Yamada and her work—and meet more of the creators from #VogueYouthquake, a new project celebrating Gen Z creators from around the world who are radically reimagining the future.
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For the artist @heloisahariadne, painting is processing. In richly layered portraits, the skin of her figures is alternately built up from blacks, whites, browns, reds, siennas, and grays, situating the complexities of identity and experience right on the canvas’s surface—or, as Hariadne puts it, “Creating an image of the body while questioning itself and its spaces.” Hariadne, 23, was born and raised in the municipality of Carapicuíba in Greater São Paulo, and her creative practice began in college, at the Centro Universitário Belas Artes in São Paulo, where she briefly studied public relations before deciding to major in visual arts. “My passion [for art] started when I made my first canvas and saw that I could start and finish something with my own hands, starting from my mind,” Hariadne says. At the link in our bio, get to know more about Hariadne and her work—and meet more of the creators from #VogueYouthquake, a new project celebrating Gen Z creators from around the world who are radically reimagining the future.
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How does @charlieputh spend a day in his home state of New Jersey? By revisiting the places that meant most to him growing up—including the concert hall where he attended jazz camp (where, a decade later, he went on to perform to a sold-out venue). Tap the link in our bio to watch the full episode. Director: @s_p_e_r_r_y DP: @bradleycreditdp Edit: @evan.allan Groomer: @jennieredd
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Hairstylist @evaniefrausto is redefining the culture of coif (some of his loyal clients include @bellahadid and @lilnasx). For the above look, Frausto color-matched model @abbychampion’s hair with archival extensions he sourced at a small beauty shop in East Los Angeles. The edge work, which has become something of a signature technique, is just freehand magic, a nod to the only unifying hair philosophy Frausto seems to abide by: Try anything and everything—and don’t be afraid to get weird. Tap the link in our bio for a closer look at the artist's work. Photographed by @stefanruizphoto, styled by @jordenbickham, Vogue, February 2022.
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“We’re becoming a statement kind of house where there is everything,” said @giambattistavalli during an appointment at his rue de Boétie headquarters. The film he created in place of a show combined his pre-fall 2022 and spring 2022 haute couture collections on one runway, freely alternating between industrial and artisanal clothes-making to illustrate that point. “The industrial side of our ready-to-wear is very, very high,” he pointed out. Neither collection came with a reference. This time, Valli said, it was all about demonstrating his instinct. Tap the link our bio to see the full collections.
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“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.”–Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Tap the link in our bio for five inspirational documentaries on King to watch this #MLKDay.
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On @laurakottlowski’s TikTok page, the 36-year-old professional skating instructor uploads videos of herself carving some ice all over Colorado and beyond—and her impressive skills and picturesque settings are mesmerizing to watch. “I’ve been hiking with my ice skates for the past 14 winters: I skate on lakes, rivers, glaciers, and unique frozen water all over the world,” she says. In 2017 she became the first-known person to skate the highest lake in the U.S. Pacific Tarn (13,420 ft); In 2019, she was the first person to skate on Gokyo Lake, 15,480 ft in the Khumbu (Everest region of Nepal). Whatever the destination, Kottlowski impressively always seems to know when the ice is safe to skate on—even when it appears to be super thin. “I’ve been skating for over 30 years, teaching skating for 20 years, and skating wild ice for over 14 years, so I have a lot of experience with ‘skateable ice,’” says Kottlowski. She adds that she skates almost every single day, and that this year has already been off to a strong, skating-filled start. “The ’21-22 wild ice season so far has been record-breaking for me,” she says. Tap the link in our bio for a closer look at Kottlowski’s talent—on and off the ice.
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Happy birthday, Kate Moss! At the link in our bio, take a glimpse into how the icon is celebrating her big day—featuring a stealthy-chic look, of course. Photographed by Tim Walker, Vogue, April 2012
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Don't miss out on our designer collaboration series with the @themetstore. Shop @bode's limited-edition capsule now, right here on this post. Each piece was designed in celebration of The Costume Institute’s 2021 exhibition, In America: A Lexicon of Fashion—get ready to shop before it sells out. Above: @gracemahary and @lindseywixson sport pieces from the limited-edition @bode collection.
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Vogue cover star Hoyeon Jung (@hoooooyeony) is being recognized for her breakout role in #SquidGame with a 2022 #SAGAwards nomination—and that’s just the beginning. Tap the link in our bio to see more of this week’s top images and news to know. Photographed by @harleyweir, Styled by @alex_jordan_harrington. Vogue, February 2022
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With the start of the new year comes diets, dry January, and digital detoxes. Although all of the above can be helpful as quick fixes, rarely do they give you the tools to cope, in the long run, with whatever lies ahead. So, what’s the alternative? Well, one way to help you navigate life's turbulent waters and nurture your physical mental health is by setting effective boundaries. At the link in our bio Vogue asked leading mental health specialists for their top tips on how to set boundaries—and stick to them. Video by @tierneygearon.
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Actor @daniebb3 was looking gorgeous as ever in a custom @csiriano wedding dress on her big day next to now-husband Dennis Gelin. Danielle and designer Christian Siriano have been longtime friends since the beginning of her career so having him create a special piece for her wedding was a no-brainer. He ended up creating a three-in-one dress that went from princess gown, to body-con dress, to a pant look that would finish off the night on the dance floor. Tap the link in bio to learn more about Danielle and Dennis' love story and all of the bride's fabulous wedding looks. Photo: @photosbyreem
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“Moisturizer is my favorite part of my skin-care routine—I wouldn’t feel complete without it." On this episode of #BeautySecrets @kiernanshipka takes us through her multi-step beauty routine as she reflects on her career, wellness journey, and favorite beauty products. With a light coat of mascara and a spritz of her favorite perfume and she's ready to head out the door in what she describes as a date-worthy look. Tap the link in bio to watch the full episode.
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The next drop in our designer collaboration series with the @metmuseum's @themetstore is here! Shop @bode's limited-edition capsule now, right here on this post. Each piece was designed in celebration of The Costume Institute’s 2021 exhibition, In America: A Lexicon of Fashion—get ready to shop before it sells out. Above: @sherryramsayshi sports a hair clip from the limited-edition @bode collection.
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#NYFW is back! @cfda released the official schedule for New York Fashion Week’s fall 2022 season which is set for this coming February. The schedule is packed with designers like Tom Ford, Coach, Anna Sui and Michael Kors; who are set to do in-person shows. Yet, the provisional schedule leaves a lot of room for designers to do things their way as precautions around the Omicron variant change, there is a small section of digital-only brands noted on the calendar. The CFDA and IMG are promising to monitor the COVID precautions for in-person shows and follow all protocols. Whether IRL or URL, fashion week fun is upon us! Click the link in bio to learn more about the upcoming #NYFW season and to view the full schedule of shows. Photographed by @hunterabrams.
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@Adele’s “Oh My God” video is here, and it's a fashion Tour de Force. Jaw-dropping looks include this custom @louisvuitton number, and that's just the beginning. Tap the link in our bio for a full breakdown.
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@MachineGunKelly and @MeganFox are engaged! The musician, né Colson Baker, confirmed that he proposed to the actress—and he had the ring custom-made, of course. At the link in our bio, find all the details you need to know about the romantic proposal, and the ring that's embedded with meaning. #regram @meganfox.
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The next drop in our designer collaboration series with the @metmuseum's @themetstore launches tomorrow at 12PM ET! @bode's limited-edition capsule, in celebration of The Costume Institute’s 2021 exhibition, In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, will launch right here on Instagram, January 13 at 12PM ET. Tap this post to mark your calendars now and get ready to shop before it sells out. Above: @tindi.mar sports a piece from the limited-edition @bode collection.
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20th-anniversary reunions are always emotional. So when @emmawatson revisited the set where she starred in eight blockbusters filmed over 10 years for Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts, it was bound to be affecting. "It was emotional and also intense to have such an intimate moment so closely watched," she says about sitting down for a conversation with her costars, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint. "Mostly I was just so happy to have a mediator who could ask us these questions and get to be part of seeing how differently—and similarly—we had processed things. I love that we remembered different things." Photo: @macksfilms
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@alexademie went full custom for @euphoria's red carpet premiere. At the link in our bio, take an exclusive look behind her getting ready process for the red carpet. Director: @rombokob Director of Photography: @stephen.tringali Editor: @dpoler Producer: @nnishi AC: @therealalexcason Audio: @phforandafter Styling: Alexa Demie in collaboration with Balenciaga with support from @studioand Hair: @peterluxhair Makeup: @samvissermakeup Manicure: @natalieminervanails Special Thanks, Publicist: @huxley Filmed in Location: @sunset_tower
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There’s no bad time to shop for a new set of cozy pajamas. Whether you're #WFH and want to upgrade your at-home style, or plan to wear an elevated pair to the office upon your return, there’s plenty from which to choose for every style. Tap the link in our bio to shop our top picks. Photographed by @cassblackbird, Vogue, November 2018
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There is one journalist-turned-stylist-turned-costume designer behind the looks you see on @euphoria, and that would be @heidibivens. Two and a half years following the show’s premiere, #Euphoria, which follows the complex lives of a pack of high school students, still has a palpable impact on where fashion trends fall today. Who among us didn’t google “cut-out flare pants” after Maddy wore them to the town’s carnival? Though set in the present, the characters of Euphoria relish in early noughties nostalgia, marked by short hemlines and clingy fabrics. Bivens leaned into this even further for the second season, and says she scoured the vintage racks of nearly every costume house in Los Angeles. Tap the link in our bio as Bivens talks through how the psychology of each character informs their costumes—and why the heck high school students are wearing full-on designer looks.
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Is it any wonder that in 2022—our third consecutive year in a global pandemic—the top interior design trends are focused on making us feel emotionally at ease? At the link in our bio, top interior designers reveal 2022's top trends, including the ones that'll calm your senses. Photographed by @francoishalard, Vogue, December 2021
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The 2022 #GoldenGlobes winners are in! This year, due to criticisms leveled against the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (the small group of international journalists who vote on the awards), the 2022 awards were not broadcasted to the public, made instead into a private event. Still, a full winner’s list was announced as usual this evening—with the movie categories offering a hint at this year’s possible Oscar nominees. Winners tonight included @rachelzegler, @kodismitmcphee, Andrew Garfield, and @nicolekidman. Tap the link in our bio for tonight’s full list of winners. 1)Photographed by @stefanruizphoto, Vogue, December 2020 2)Photographed by @tessayano, Vogue, January 2022 3)Photographed by @annieleibovitz, Vogue, December 2021 4)Photographed by @annieleibovitz, Vogue, September 2017
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Today, the Duchess of Cambridge turns 40 years old. It’s a milestone birthday for anyone—but especially the woman more colloquially known as Kate Middleton, who has now spent one decade as part of the royal family. When it comes to fashion, Kate Middleton is an ambassador of the high street and homegrown talent, and uses her platform to shine a spotlight on UK craftsmanship and creativity. Her habit of rewearing favorite designer looks has added a conscious element to royal fashion, while her wardrobe binders—such as Breton tops and pussy-bow blouses – make her personable, as well as unfailingly polished. At the link in our bio, to celebrate her 40th, take a look back at her most memorable looks—and all the details behind them.
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There are plenty of chic accessories to keep you cozy from head to toe this winter. Tap the link in our bio for our top picks. Video by @sorayatzaman.
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Tonight, film and TV's biggest stars would've normally gone for gold on the red carpet at the #GoldenGlobes. But the raucous party has become mired in controversy and is officially canceled for 2022. So while the show may go on in some capacity—tap the link in our bio for all the details—and the HFPA implements meaningful change, the glamour and fabulous evening fashions of years' past will have to suffice. At the link in our bio, revisit the best #GoldenGlobes dresses of all time.
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To mark Kate Middleton’s 40th birthday, Kensington Palace released three stunning new portraits of the royal wearing Alexander McQueen, photographed by Paolo Roversi. Tap the link in our bio to see them all, and for all the details behind the looks. Photo: @roversi
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Burnt out from being burnt out? You're not alone. As we approach the two-year mark of the global pandemic and the new Omicron variant continues to sweep the country, many of us are experiencing more burnout than ever. According to a new American Psychological Association report, burnout is at an all-time high across professions. 79% of employees had experienced work-related stress in the month prior to their survey, and nearly 3 in 5 employees reported negative impacts of work-related stress, including lack of interest, motivation, or energy at work. 36% reported cognitive weariness, 32% reported emotional exhaustion, and 44% reported physical fatigue, which is a 38% increase since 2019. The inconvenient reality is there’s no quick fix for burnout, especially the extreme kind so many are experiencing now. But with a long winter ahead, it’s a fruitful time to reconsider our personal outlooks and strategies. At the link in our bio, experts break down what burnout is, the optimal strategies for treating it, and how to ultimately change your outlook as the global pandemic continues to impact our daily lives. Photographed by Steven Meisel, Vogue, June 2006
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“The feeling, there’s a limit to what words can express,” Hoyeon Jung (@hoooooyeony) says of becoming absurdly famous in a span of days after #SquidGame's debut. Check out the full cover story at @Voguemagazine's link in bio. Directed by @christineyuan Director of Photography: @a.y.truong Stylist: @jaredellner Hair: @jennychohair Makeup: @ninapark Manicurist: @nails_by_yoko
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Happy snow day! Hand warmers, classic scarves, snoods, and more—the season for bundling up is officially here, and we've put together a guide to all the best winter accessories you'll want this season. Tap the link in our bio to browse our selection now. Photographed by @arthurelgort, Vogue, November 1995
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Legendary actor, director, and former diplomat Sidney Poitier died last night, according to Bahamian Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell. He was 94. The first Black man to win the Academy Award for best actor—in 1964, for the film Lilies of the Field—Poitier was a leading influence for Black performers including Denzel Washington, who accepted his own best-actor Oscar in 2002 with a tribute to Poitier: “I’ll always be chasing you, Sidney. I’ll always be following in your footsteps. There’s nothing I would rather do, sir.” Tap the link in our bio for a closer look at Poitier’s legacy.
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EXCLUSIVE: @kanyewest and Demna are joining forces for a @Gap collection. Officially, the project is called Yeezy Gap Engineered by Balenciaga. “It is a vision come true to work with Gap and Demna, the creative director of Balenciaga, to make incredible product available to everyone at all times,” Ye told Vogue. The collection brings together the world famous musician and creative and the hottest high fashion brand on the planet right now via the ubiquitous American retailer. Tap the link in our bio for all the details, including when you can expect the first drop. 1) Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper. 2) Photographed by @antoncorbijn4real, Vogue, September 2021
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And just like that, Samantha Jones has become the elusive—yet all-important—‘text friend.’ There’s one glaring omission from the original #SATC that’s hard to get over: the curious absence of one Samantha Jones, P.R. maven and all-around good-time gal. But on the most recent episode of #AndJustLikeThat, Samantha’s departure from the show’s central quartet was illuminated in a new way—all thanks to a text. The exchange might even remind you of all the text friendships that have alternately buoyed and frustrated you throughout life, particularly over the past few years of the pandemic. Tap the link in our bio for more.
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Matrix Resurrections star @jhenwick's #BeautySecrets focus on enhancing her natural beauty. “Being in the public eye and suffering from acne, I wish there was more transparency about it,” admits Henwick as she recounts feeling alone in an industry where everyone’s blemishes were simply photoshopped out. Now, she relies on a minimalist makeup routine to enhance her natural beauty. Tap the link in our bio to watch the full episode. Filmed at @royallancasterlondon
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Representative Jamie Raskin (@repraskin) endured the Capitol attack, and then, days later, while he and his wife, Sarah, were still sleepless with grief after losing their son, Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, asked him to lead the second impeachment of Donald Trump. As lead prosecutor in the February impeachment trial in the Senate, Raskin ran a team of nine to present what he hoped would be a short, airtight case. “How do we best honor the people we’ve lost? We treasure and take care of the people they loved,” he says. “It means making love a value that society protects.” At the link in our bio, for Vogue's February issue, Raskin opens up about surviving tragedy and experiencing the January 6 attack on the Capitol. Photographed by @webb_norriswebb, Vogue, February 2022
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While #SquidGame was Hoyeon Jung (@hoooooyeony)’s first major acting gig, don’t go calling her a newcomer. Vogue’s February cover star is practically a veteran in the fashion industry, having worked as a model for just over a decade. Tap the link in our bio to take a look back at Jung’s most memorable fashion moments over the years, where she’s continued to dominate the runways, red carpets, and street style scene with her distinctive style. Photographed by @harleyweir, Styled by @alex_jordan_harrington, Written by @monmoon. Vogue, February 2022
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"I was so confused, and it was so chaotic. I didn’t believe it. I didn’t trust it," Hoyeon Jung (@hoooooyeony) says of her role on #SquidGame and becoming one of the most famous actresses seemingly overnight. For Vogue’s February issue, step inside the whirlwind with the heart-on-her-sleeve megastar. Tap the link in our bio to read the full cover story. Photographed by @harleyweir, Styled by @alex_jordan_harrington, Written by @monmoon. Vogue, February 2022
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"My entire life changed in just one month,” Hoyeon Jung (@hoooooyeony) says, who burst onto the scene in Netflix’s dystopian series #SquidGame. The second of three daughters, Hoyeon was born in Seoul and raised on the outskirts, in the hamlet of Myeonmok-dong, in a household of women. For the last decade, her father has run a 24-hour roadside diner called Oori Nara, or Our Country (typically searched on Naver, South Korea’s Google, as “Squid Game Hoyeon’s family restaurant”). The actor is no stranger to working hard, even to this day. "There’s a Korean word, yeol-shim, which means something like diligence," @monmoon writes. "If there’s one word I would choose to describe Hoyeon, it is yeol-shim. She exemplifies the trait Koreans pride themselves most on. To work hard, to put your heart and soul into everything, until it feels as though you might explode." Tap the link in our bio to read the full cover story. Photographed by @harleyweir, Styled by @alex_jordan_harrington, Written by @monmoon. Vogue, February 2022
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Since bursting onto screens last year with her unforgettable performance in #SquidGame, Hoyeon Jung (@hoooooyeony) has become one of the most thrilling new actors of the moment—and now, she’s making a new debut, as Vogue’s February cover star. But the former model and current Instagram sensation has versatility up her sleeve, too. No more so than in a new video she appears in for Vogue, in which she appears as a mysterious cat burglar stalking an industrial building in the heart of Los Angeles. Tap the link in our bio to watch the full episode. Directed by @christineyuan Written by @christineyuan and @monmoon Director of Photography: @a.y.truong Editor: #ChadSarahina Music by @alihelnwein Produced by @intuitionfilms Producer: @sydkiim Executive Producer: @mariealyse_ @edgarrosa Co-Producer: @objectandanimal Production Designer: @grace_surnow Stylist: @jaredellner Hair: @jennychohair Makeup: @ninapark Manicurist: @nails_by_yoko Movement Direction: @erinsmurray Colorist: @dantegiani @ethos_studio VFX: @foreign___xchange Sound Designer: @cstropko
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Even for the most-followed Korean actress in the world, cover star Hoyeon Jung (@hoooooyeony) still gets self-conscious. “Even if eight people loved me and two people hated me, I always cried at home alone,” she says of the early moments of her modeling career. The criticism felt personal; it still does. “Even now, I struggle with low self-esteem.” But that doesn't mean she's taking her meteoric rise for granted—she's learned just as much from the lows as she has from the highs. “What’s important in life is not when your career is up,” Hoyeon Jung says, “but when your career is down and how you spend that time.” Tap the link in our bio to read the full cover story. Photographed by @harleyweir, Styled by @alex_jordan_harrington, Written by @monmoon. Vogue, February 2022
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From #SquidGame to Supernova! Overnight success isn’t new, but model-turned-actor Hoyeon Jung's (@hoooooyeony) vertiginous climb feels entirely of the moment. Vogue’s February issue steps inside the whirlwind with the heart-on-her-sleeve megastar. Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile. Photographed by @harleyweir, Styled by @alex_jordan_harrington, Written by @monmoon, creative direction by @juancp. Vogue, February 2022
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What will #FashionWeek in 2022 look like? Will the shows be virtual? Or IRL? The first domino in a fresh chain of fashion show cancellations may have just fallen due to the omicron variant: @giorgioarmani announced today he is canceling his live fashion shows this month—including the Armani Privé at Haute Couture in Paris later this month, and his fall 2022 menswear and fall 2022 Emporio Armani collections, which were expected at Milan men’s Fashion Week next week. Back in February 2020, Mr. Armani was the first designer in fashion to close his doors to a live audience, even as the extent of the oncoming first wave of COVID-19 was not yet apparent. Armani’s decision then proved extremely prescient—even if #ParisFashionWeek did largely go ahead that fall 2020 season—so today’s news sparks a daunting sense of déjà vu. Tap the link in our bio for a closer look at the decision, and what it might mean for this season's top shows. Photographed by @coreytenold.
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@sloanestephens and @jozyaltidore are married! The couple first met each other in middle school while growing up in Florida. Sloane’s family had moved to Fort Lauderdale when she was ten years old so she could pursue a career in tennis. There, she and Jozy first crossed paths in the hallways of Boca Prep—she was in fifth grade and he was in seventh. Sloane moved away later that year, but they kept tabs on each other through social media and watched each other’s careers progress. The two weren’t in direct communication again until 2016 when they ran into each other in Carson, California. “I was doing a media scrum in the hallway during a US Mens National team camp,” Jozy remembers. “Sloane was there training for Fed Cup in Hawaii. Sloane turned the corner while having a loud conversation on FaceTime. We locked eyes and started talking during the scrum. We exchanged contacts and went to dinner after my game versus Iceland. The rest was history.” At the link in our bio, take an exclusive look inside their New Year’s Day wedding in Miami. Photo: @stanlophotography
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Fashion icon @Cher doesn’t know what the phrase “it’s giving Cher” means, but knowing that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, she knows it must be the highest of compliments. “I’ve spent a lifetime with people either loving me or hating me,” she says while starring in a new campaign video for @ugg. “And I mean, you want to be loved, but finally it’s like, fuck it.” At the link in our bio, hear more from the icon herself about personal style, and the details behind her newest project.
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What exactly are the effects of alcohol on skin? “Alcohol is actually one of the worst, most aggressive compounds to destroy your skin,” says New York nutritionist Jairo Rodriguez, who counts designers and Vogue editors among his clients. “I always joke with my patients, ‘If you want to get older, go ahead and drink!’” At a time when many are more sober-curious than ever, or even perhaps trying out #DryJanuary, we asked Rodriguez to break down the exact effects of alcohol on skin, as well as the benefits of giving up alcohol or imbibing more tactfully. Tap the link in our bio for all the details. Photographed by Bert Stern, Vogue, Feb 1961
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American workplaces, in general, have moved away from business attire toward a more relaxed dress code over the past two decades—a win for personal style. With casualization comes comfort, but it also means that sometimes the lines between appropriate and inappropriate are blurry. Do you still reach for a suit? Something more casual? Are sneakers okay if paired with a nice dress? Whether you’re just starting to head back to the office, or are planning for your future return, we've put together all the outfit inspiration you need—straight from the pages of Vogue. Tap the link in our bio to see for yourself. Video by @gvsgvs, styled by @jordenbickham.
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@dior’s fall 1997 collection was originally presented on January 18, 1999, at the company headquarters on Avenue Montaigne in Paris. At the link in our bio, revisit the full show and see every look. Slide 2 Photographed by Cecil Beaton, Vogue, October 1, 1936 which perhaps inspired the collections runway set. #VogueRunwayArchive.
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Whether you’re nursing a hangover or snuggling up with a loved one this New Years Day, it’s probably safe to say that you’ll need a list of the best movies and TV shows to watch since you’ll be spending quite a bit of quality time on the couch. At the link in our bio we’ve collected the 13 best shows and movies that fully embody the New Year’s spirit.
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All your upcoming soirées this season will require the perfect shoe and you’ll likely need a holiday party outfit—or two. Thankfully, the Vogue holiday-party edit is here! Packed with ideas for whatever holiday-inspired party look your heart desires. So, what better opportunity to wear the season’s most opulent feathers, luxe velvets, and, of course, exquisite sequins and shine? Tap the link in bio to shop festive evening bags and disco-ball-adorned kitten heels.
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Betty White, a pioneering comedian and five-time Emmy Award-winning actor, died earlier this morning at her home in Los Angeles, aged 99. She is survived by three stepchildren from her third marriage. Tap the link in our bio for details, including a look at the star’s legacy.
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Each show in @HarryStyles’s Love On Tour served up more than just great music. The performances have doubled as a fashion show, where Styles dresses up in custom Gucci ensembles, and his fans in equally-as-theatrical fits. On some occasions, like Styles’s Harryween shows, the singer has even encouraged a specific dress code for his fans to adhere to (and they’ve nailed it). The tour has been the perfect picture of music, fashion, and fun, but Styles has been killing the fashion game off stage, too. Tap the link in our bio to see his best looks of 2021. Photo: @anthonypham.
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Clothes can be an instant mood booster, and sparkly, silky, and velvety holiday dresses have the power to weave excitement into whatever you're doing during the holidays, even if you're spending them at home. Tap the link in our bio for our favorite holiday dresses on the market right now. Photographed by @eddiewrey, styled by @poppykain, Vogue, December 2021
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Who would have guessed that 2021’s most star-studded film would be an allegorical climate change comedy? For director Adam McKay’s timely feature, #DontLookUp, stars confront the apocalypse, and each familiar face has been dramatically transformed. Jennifer Lawrence gets a red dye job and an undercut to play a nonconformist grad student, Leonardo DiCaprio’s movie star's good looks are hidden beneath wire-framed glasses and tweed blazers, and Timothée Chalamet dons an epic mullet. The makeovers add to the feeling that the world we’re witnessing is just slightly off-kilter—one where Ariana Grande’s vocals can still top the charts, but without the aid of her famous ponytail. For costume designer Susan Matheson, creating the film’s distinctive mood meant exploring one of her favorite archetypes. “That characters I love are always going to be gritty outsiders,” she says. “Someone who is a bit of an iconoclast and doesn’t follow the same path as everyone else. I get very excited whenever there is any character like that, but here, we had several.” Tap the link in our bio for the true story behind every look from the film.
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Meet Xiye Bastida (@xiyebeara), a 19-year-old member of the Indigenous Mexican Otomi-Toltec people, who has lived in New York City since she was 13. It was in her home country that she first made her mark as a climate activist, especially among a younger generation who appreciated the contrast she drew with the Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who’d used President Biden’s Leaders Summit on Climate last April to boast about his plans to extract more oil. Afterward, Bastida tweeted a link to her speech, noting that the Mexican president “lacked ambition.” The writer and climate activist Bill McKibben chimed in, “Might be a good idea to put [her] in charge of a continent or two.” Bastida got so many calls that her phone crashed—and that was just the beginning. Tap the link in our bio for how Bastida became a leader in the climate fight. Photographed by @MirandaBarnes, styled by @maxortegag, Vogue, January 2022.
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@iambeverlyjohnson is used to doing the impossible. Johnson, a former competitive swimmer and law student, came on the fashion scene in the 1970s. At the time the industry’s beauty ideals narrowly focused on blondes with blue eyes and fair skin. Still, Johnson knew what she wanted to achieve within her career: a cosmetics contract, the chance to write a beauty book, and a spot on the cover of Vogue. At the link in our bio watch the story of how the iconic model accomplished everything she set out to achieve. #BehindTheMoment. Director: @rombokob Director Of Photography: @stephen.tringali Editor: @camillegetz Editor: Jess Lane Producer: @nnishi Camera Operator: @brett_graybill Gaffer: @geosug44 Audio: Mike Robertson Hair: @ms_jwhairimports Makeup: @juanice.mua
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There have been some truly memorable fashion moments in 2021—and when it comes to consistently delivering smash hits, we've rounded up the best-dressed women of the year. Tap the link in our bio to see who made the list.
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From a new season of Succession to the Gossip Girl reboot, TV has seen plenty of heralded returns in 2021—and bid a few fond farewells, too. (We’re looking at you, Shrill, Pose, and Insecure.) Yet there have also been lots of exciting new additions to the small-screen cannon, including The Pursuit of Love, spanning the worlds of organized crime, academia, the comedy circuit, fashion, and even veterinary medicine. (In the streaming era, anything goes.) Tap the link in our bio for our list of the best TV shows of 2021.
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Happy birthday to the co-chair of the 2021 #MetGala @tchalamet! Tap the link in our bio to see his best red carpet looks to date. Photographed by @hunterabrams
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A decade later, one Vogue editor has returned to their high school obsession—vests. And yes, there's a way to style them in a grown-up, sophisticated, and not 'trying too hard' way. Tap the link in our bio for details.
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Extreme, but make it pretty. Christian Lacroix's (@fkachristianlacroix) spring 1999 collection is now digitized and ready for viewing on Vogue.com. Tap the link in our bio to see every look from the runway. #VogueRunwayArchive.
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Few items combine that scrumptious cozy feeling with a put-together look better than one of the best sweaterdresses. Like the airy fabrics and shoulder-baring cuts of summer, there’s an inherent effortlessness to knit dresses that are highly covetable in the fall and winter months. Tap the link in our bio to shop our top picks. Photographed by @zoeghertner, Vogue, August 2021
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Watch the @young_emperors on their journey to find their Christmas gift from Vogue. Will it be at the local espresso bar? Or at an ice rink downtown? Watch and see the hunt unfold. Happy holidays! Head to @VogueMagazine TikTok to see more.
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Merry Christmas and happy holidays to you and yours! Tap the link in bio for a list of the best movies to watch on Christmas morning. Photographed by FrançoisHalard, Vogue, January 2010.
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"I marvel that a mind on the outs with itself should have nonetheless made painstaking record of its every tremor, I recall with embarrassing clarity the flavor of those particular ashes. It was a matter of misplaced self-respect." - Joan Didion, “Self-Respect: Its Source, Its Power" At the link in our bio, read Didion’s seminal essay in its original layout, which was first published in Vogue in 1961, and which was republished as “On Self-Respect” in the author’s 1968 collection, Slouching Towards Bethlehem.​ Didion wrote the essay as the magazine was going to press, to fill the space left after another writer did not produce a piece on the same subject. She wrote it not to a word count or a line count, but to an exact character count. Photo: Quintana Roo Dunne
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#EmilyInParis season deux is here! And along with it, the show's two bright stars: @ashleyparklady and @lilyjcollins. Our favorite duo is back, and their storylines are better than ever. Tap the link in our bio to hear from each actor about what you can expect this new season.
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Feathers, sequins, and plenty of drama— @muglerofficial's spring 1998 is worth a revisit. Can you spot the dress that possibly inspired Kim Kardashian's 2019 Met look? Tap the link in our bio to see every look from the runway. #VogueRunwayArchive.
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We asked the Queen of Christmas, @mariahcarey, about her most iconic #LifeInLooks—including her legendary, low-rise jeans. Tap the link in our bio to watch the full episode. Director: @rombokob DP: @stephen.tringali Audio: @phforandafter Makeup: @kristoferbuckle Hair: @hairbylorenzomartin Stylist: @diandretristan
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While @tchalamet's encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary menswear has seen him wear an eclectic array of brands, there’s one designer he’s returned to again and again: Haider Ackermann of @h.a. Now, the two friends are collaborating professionally for the very first time with a limited-edition drop that will 100% support @afghanistanlibre and the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan. Consider this your key to the ultimate holiday gift! Tap the link in our bio for all the details, including how to score the new piece for yourself. Photo: @dom_sesto
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Today, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle revealed their 2021 holiday card, featuring their son, Archie, and daughter, Lilibet. Taken at their home in Montecito, California, the photo was captured by Alexi Lubomirski, their favored photographer who also shot their engagement photos and official family portraits on their wedding day. Not only is the card as adorable as one would expect, there is also a special meaning behind the way the couple released this year's card. Tap the link in our bio for all the details. Photographed by @AlexiLubomirski
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Joan Didion died today after a prolonged illness. The author, journalist, style icon, and particular sort of north star for a certain kind of literary young person was 87 years old. “It is easy to see the beginnings of things,” she once wrote, “and harder to see the ends.” Tap the link in our bio to revisit the legend’s life and legacy. Photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, September 1996
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Grace Mirabella, the editor-in-chief at the helm of American Vogue from 1971 to 1988, has died at 91 years old. “Grace guided Vogue through a momentous time in American history—emancipation, sexual freedom, and vital and hard-won rights for women—and she made that time come alive on the magazine’s pages,” says Anna Wintour, the current chief content officer and global editorial director of Vogue. “She eschewed fantasy and escapism in favor of a style that was chicly minimalist and which spoke clearly and directly to the newly liberated ways we wanted to live. Grace showcased Helmut Newton at his most daring and championed so many American designers: Ralph, Calvin, Donna, and Mr. Beene. She always exemplified the best of America in her vision and values, and she changed Vogue in ways which still resonate—and which we are profoundly thankful for—today.” At the link in our bio, take a closer look at Grace Mirabella’s life and legacy.
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We asked @chaelincl to reveal her wardrobe for a week full of statement-making looks. Tap the link in our bio to watch her reveal her #7Days7Looks. Director: @alexandragavillet Director Of Photography: @kelsography Editor: @leakichler Producer: @nnishi Stylist: @sebastienhohl_ Hair: @serenaradaelli Makeup: @makeupsang Set Designer: @laurenwalkup Set Designer Assistant: Kevin Manning Camera Operator: @dustinsupencheck 1st AC: @stellar_bee Gaffer: Eddy Scully Audio: Brian Peyton Filmed on Location: @pendrywesthollywood
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In honor of the fifth anniversary of the death of Vogue Italia’s long-time editor Franca Sozzani. Sozzani was an editor who had the strength of her convictions. “She was fearless,” Anna Wintour has said, “imbuing Italian Vogue with deep, often controversial, moral purpose.” Sozzani dared to tackle important issues, like domestic abuse, plastic surgery, body positivity, and inclusivity. “Fashion isn’t really about clothes,” she once said. “It’s about life.” Tap the link in our bio for a look at how Sozzani’s legacy lives on. Photographed by @francescocarrozzini
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Originally presented on January 20, 1996, at the Hotel Ritz in Paris, @versace's spring 1996 couture show is worth looking back on. Graphic havoc and glamour collided, and the designer, in whose work the Catholic imagination was alive and well, always played “good” girls off “bad” ones. Tap the link in our bio to see every look. #VogueRunwayArchive
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Celebrities revealed their most trusted #BeautySecrets throughout this past year, and it's finally time to break down the best of the best. From tips to achieving the best skin, to products that help you embrace your natural beauty, tap the link in our bio to see 2021's top #BeautySecrets.
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Writer, influencer, and broadcaster @camillecharriere met film producer @francoislarpin at an intimate birthday dinner. “I was seated opposite him and immediately texted a friend to say I’d met my future husband." At the link in our bio, take an exclusive look inside the couple's Paris wedding. Photo: @pierreangecarlotti
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“Spring ’94 was a mix and match of French Revolution and Directoire styles with 1940 fashions—my two favorite periods in costume history—in ’90s proportions.” —Christian Lacroix In celebration of the "most wonderful time of year" we're taking a look back at haute couture shows that still inspire us today. Lacroix channeled his passions in a number of directions here, as he explored, per Vogue, “three stylistically liberated times in history—1800, the mid-1940s, and 1980.” Tap the link in bio to discover all the looks from the spring 1994 collection by @fkachristianlacroix. #VogueRunwayArchive
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We asked Josephine Pearl Lee, better known as @princessgollum, to show us her full #ExtremeBeauty tutorial and she did not disappoint. Tap the link in our bio to watch the full episode. Director: @posyd Editor: @dpoler Director Of Photography: @low_pez Producer: @nnishi 1st AC: Moses Goldfarb Gaffer: @maresfilms Audio: @karajohnson101 Filmed on Location: @mareadtla Filmed on Location: @mayashoesofhollywood Archival: @chesssssssa @christinehahn @deauntes @d6rkangel @erikakamano @farrellfigure @pastelae @sarahpardini
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No matter how confusing and stressful things got this year, one thing we could always count on was the celebrity community and its propensity to mate. There could be an asteroid headed for Earth, and celebrities would still be caught “stepping out” together at date spots around Los Angeles—from the totally expected match, to the completely random and delightfully surprising. So to celebrate these moments, we're taking a look at some of 2021's best in celebrity coupledom. Tap the link in our bio now. Photographed by @arnold_daniel
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Fancy a holiday bow? At @chanelofficial's Metiers d’Art 2021 show in Paris, holiday hair got an upgrade with midnight-black ribbons, courtesy of hairstylist @damienboissinothair and his team—but this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the look on Chanel’s runway. Just take this @claudiaschiffer moment on the fall 1995 runway. Tap the link in our bio to see more.
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Makeda Saggau-Sackey, the founder of the lifestyle blog @glamazondiaries, and Thomas Rabioux, a senior manager at Louis Vuitton, decided to have their wedding in the groom's hometown of Poitiers, France. And to celebrate both of their cultures, the couple had two ceremonies: one Ghanaian traditional ceremony and one white wedding. “It was very important to me that we kept my Ghanaian traditions as part of our wedding because in my culture, that is the official marriage ceremony,” Makeda explains. “The white wedding, which was on Saturday, was the icing on the cake," Saggau-Sackey says. "All in all, we had two big weddings, one on Thursday and the other on Saturday.” Tap the link in our bio to see more from their chateau wedding in France. Photo by @charlastorey
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The first images of Amanda Seyfried as Elizabeth Holmes are here. Holmes, of course, is the Silicon Valley entrepreneur whose health-tech start-up, Theranos, falsely promised a revolutionary new blood-testing method and went from being valued at $9 billion—making Holmes the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire—to zero. The Theranos debacle will now unfold in a new Hulu’s series, #TheDropout, and we've got your first look at Seyfried in character. Tap the link in our bio to see more.
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"It's super important to be able to cherish something on your own," @chloegmoretz says about finding joy in spending time with yourself. At the link in our bio, Moretz shows us a day in her life, from strength training to cooking one of her favorite meals. Director: @alexandragavillet Director of Photography: @stephen.tringali Editor: @matthewcolby Producer: @nnishi Camera Operator: @brett_graybill Audio: Chris Omae Boxing Trainer: @adonus.beal Filmed on Location: @thebrotherssushila Music Score: @kryshworld
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Mozhdeh Matin launched her label @mozhmozh_ in 2015 to “work with local artisans and preserve their techniques,” she says. She was motivated by the concept of a circular economy, and her colorful and traditionally woven separates, dresses, and accessories—made from alpaca, cotton, and wool yarns also native to Peru—​have put that wheel in motion. “All artists take inspiration from their surroundings,” she says, “and the climate crisis is pushing a lot of us to create inventive ways to become more sustainable.” Tap the link in our bio to meet 14 global brands, including Matin's, bringing fashion and sustainability together. Photographed by @eddiewrey, styled by @poppykain, Vogue, December 2021
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“Change by design” is a kind of mantra for Karishma Shahani Khan and her label, @ka_sha_india, based in Maharashtra, India. The artisans and people she works with across India are as central to Ka-Sha’s story as natural, hand-dyed fabrics and zero-waste design methods: “We use clothing to celebrate handcraft and artisanal techniques, new and old,” Shahani Khan explains. The label’s newest capsule project is produced entirely with leftover textiles and garments destined for landfill, “inspired by the indigenous ideology of reusing, repurposing, and reclaiming.” Tap the link in our bio to meet 14 global brands, including Shahani Khan's, bringing fashion and sustainability together. Photographed by @eddiewrey, styled by @poppykain, Vogue, December 2021
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The HBO series #Succession is a font of many things—intrafamilial subterfuge, swearing, inventive new ways to permanently damage the people around you—but the show’s attention to fashion has always been one of its most notable elements, from wannabe cool guy Kendall Roy’s expensive baseball hats to beleaguered lawyer Gerri Kellman’s signature blazers and pearls. Nobody on Succession was more fashionable (or more carefully costumed), though, than the scheming, dissatisfied youngest daughter, Shiv—until this season, at least. And there's a reason for it. Tap the link in our bio for a full breakdown of Shiv's style evolution—and for the meaning behind it.
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While finding the right holiday gift is crucial, @ashleygraham says it’s important to remember that it’s about more than what’s inside the wrapped box. “I love to see the reactions of everyone as they open their gifts,” she says. “In my family, we love to give practical gifts—down to the best of the best apple peeler, like my mom got me for my birthday!” Tap the link in our bio for the model's top gift recommendations to give to everyone on your list, from the coworker you barely know, to the in-laws you need to impress.
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bell hooks—the American author, professor, and social activist whose writings and teachings on race, class, gender, capitalism, and a host of other topics helped define intersectional feminist theory—died on Wednesday at the age of 69. hooks—who was born Gloria Jean Watkins on September 25, 1952, in Hopkinsville, Kentucky— published more than 40 books over the course of her life, including the 1978 poetry collection "And There We Wept," and the 1981 study "Ain’t I A Woman: Black Women and Feminism." hooks styled her pen name after her great-grandmother Bell Blair Hooks, and was both inducted into the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame, and named one of America’s leading public intellectuals by The Atlantic Monthly. Tap the link in our bio to read more about hooks's impact and legacy.
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@marisatomei's beauty routine starts from within—but there is one beauty tool she can't "leave the house without," and it may or may not be a lash curler. Tap the link in our bio to watch the star reveal all her #BeautySecrets. Filmed at @waldorfbevhills
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@adamdevine and @chloebridges are married! The couple, who first met on a flight to film their 2015 movie, "The Final Girls," opted for a romantic oceanside ceremony in Cabo San Lucas, followed by fireworks and, naturally, a dance party. “We danced so hard. You can tell how much fun we were having by the amount of sweat in the photos,” Adam says. “It was a blast.” Tap the link in our bio to see exclusive photos from the couple's big day. Photo: @lucymunozphotography
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This season's must-have party handbags truly shine like a diamond—and then some. Tap the link in our bio to see (and shop!) our top picks. Animation by @e_____t