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If you need something to watch this Thanskgiving holiday, make it My Brilliant Friend, the @HBO television series adapted from the best-selling book by Elena Ferrante. Tap the link in our bio to meet the adorable stars. Photographed by @paolopellegrin for @magnumphotos, Vogue, September 2018
Last night, the @themuseumofmodernart was a film lover’s paradise as the evening honored @martinscorsese_. Tap the link in our bio to see the night through @chloessevigny's eyes. Photo by @hollymillshair
One Vogue writer heads to the Atlas Mountains to visit the women who weave @beni_rugs's traditionally handcrafted rugs and to see the process of washing and drying that happens before each piece is shipped off to its new owner’s well-appointed home. Tap the link in our bio to read the story. Photo by @grantlegan
’Tis the season for holiday glitz, glamour, and three-dimensional sparkle! There’s truly something for everyone this season; tap the link in our bio for the 50 best party dresses for every personality and budget. Photographed by @studio_jackson, styled by @jordenbickham, Vogue, 2018
Last weekend, with the help of local DJ collective @clubmorph, led by @leonce and @jsport_, @tayloralxndr  staged @redbullmusic: ATL Is Burning Ball, a combination dance party and ball that offered a rare glimpse into the world of southern ball culture for the uninitiated. DJs spun tunes until 1:00 a.m., after which a full-on ball, with 20 categories to compete in, took place until 4:00 a.m. (they didn’t end up getting through all of the categories, naturally). Tap the link in our bio for some of our favorite looks.
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Think you know everything about @victoriassecret models? Think again! Watch the world’s premiere runway stars play Two Truths and a Lie backstage at the #VSFashionShow–full video in the link in our bio. 
Featuring @gigihadid, @shaninamshaik, @winnieharlow, @bellahadid @lovegrace_e, @mingxi11, @adrianalima, and @taylor_hill
Another Sunday means another round-up of our favorite beauty Instagrams from the past week. Tap the link in our bio for all our editor favorites. #regram @lejonhjerta
Although fall is best known as boot season, wearing the heavy (and most likely heeled) option on the regular can become tiring for your feet. Luckily, flats now come in more stylish variations than the classic commuter roll-up stashed in your tote. This season, there are plenty of flat-soled items that are not only a comfortably chic option for long days at the office, but just as good for long nights out on the town, too. Tap the link in our bio for our favorites. Photographed by Colin Dodgson, styled by #CamillaNickerson, Vogue, December 2018
While the East Coast is recovering from the first snowfall of the season, the rest of the world seems to be enjoying time in warmer climates. Tap the link in our bio for our fashion fashion moments on Instagram this past week. #regram @natasupernova
@AndreaValle, a singer and model from Philadelphia, counts her “big chop” as a defining moment in her personal and creative evolution. A self-described Renaissance woman, Valle delights in her hair’s opportunities for transformation, whether in color (blonde, Day-Glo green, and varying shades of pastel pink are a few of her go-to hues) or silhouette. “Switching up your look adds flavor to your life,” she says. Tap the link in our bio to meet the women proving buzz cuts are bold and beautiful. #regram @andreavalle
“We both were born in the country, and since we live and work in New York City and travel the globe, the one thing we very much love now is getting off the grid,” says photographer @Coreytenold about having a wedding on a farm. “We’ve both joked about quitting it all and buying a farm, so this was kind of a fantasy location for us, but also one that we are familiar with and is meaningful.” Tap the link in our bio to go inside Tenold and @walker_ash's wedding. Photo by @elenastantonn
Evolving her style from Spice World to New York Fashion Week was no small task, and over the past two decades @victoriabeckham has served up plenty of iconic fashion moments. Watch her reflect on those memorable looks here–full video in the link in our bio.
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@randichristiansen and @naxelrod have spent the past year thinking intensely about bodies—especially why we don’t apply the same obsessive label-reading that usually attends our facial skin-care routines to the products we apply below the neck. @necessaire, the duo’s five-piece unisex line launching this month, is the fruit of all their brainstorming. “No one is thinking about body care holistically,” notes Axelrod. “Why is it split into five aisles at CVS?” Tap the link in our bio to learn more about how the brand plans to elevate body care for bed, bath, and beyond. Photographed by @oliverhadleepearch, Vogue, November 2018
@bravotv's #VanderpumpRules, a reality show about the restaurant staff at @lisavanderpump's SUR, is like Friends on steroids. Cast members @stassischroeder and @ariana252525 were once at odds but shared a birthday party on the show’s upcoming seventh season. “It’s like going to therapy 24/7,” Stassi says of airing everything out on camera. Tap the link in our bio to see what happened when Vogue spent 48 hours in Pump Land. Photographed by @arnold_daniel
@scheana, a server at SUR and a #VanderpumpRules cast member, moved to LA to act. Once she got a small part on MTV's The Hills, she acquired a taste for reality TV. “I’m like, ‘Why am I not on this show? I should be on this show." Tap the link in bio to see what happened when Vogue spent 48 hours with Vanderpump Rules. Photographed by @arnold_daniel
Reality TV has created a legion of “stars” who are living out the curious 21st-century condition of being famous for being regular people. And @bravotv's #VanderpumpRules is its perfect zenith, a show about the proverbial antithesis of famous people: waiters. @lisavanderpump, the Joan Collins–esque English transplant, restaurateur, and star of @therealhousewivesofbh is the matriarch of the incestutous staff at SUR in West Hollywood. Tap the link in our bio to see what happened when Vogue spent 48 hours with Vanderpump Rules. Photographed by @arnold_daniel
@dounia has an Old Hollywood–in-the-age-of-Instagram look that’s fit for the former Instagram girl, now singer, whose recent success includes a collaboration with @Kehlani, a major nationwide tour with headliner @christineandthequeens, and her second EP, Avante Garden Vol. 1, that was just announced to drop on November 30. It fits her personality, too: direct and spotlight-ready. Tap the link in our bio to get to know her. Photographed by @mirandabarnes
Rapper @meekmill was still technically out on bail when he sat down with Vogue in his studio to discuss the other thing, aside from music, he has decided to dedicate his life to: criminal justice reform. He was 19 when he first “caught his case” when he was arrested in his hometown of Philadelphia in 2007. He uses the word “caught” because, despite serving his time, and for crimes he has always denied committing, those charges have plagued him for the last decade. Even while recording his much-anticipated new album, which he will release on November 30, he felt the stress of being on probation: “It’s a dark shadow over the top of your head on a daily basis.” Tap the link in bio to watch Vogue’s inside look at his headlining appearance at @Tidal’s Brooklyn benefit concert.
Two unlikely interests—poetry and martial arts—were the final impetus for Roma's Jorge Antonio Guerrero  to treat his acting ambitions seriously; he started doing theater and taking lessons at the famed CasAzul acting school, where he crossed paths with Alfonso Cuarón’s casting director. “It was all very natural,” he says. “I recognized it was finally time to write my poetry, in my own sort of way.” Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by Colin Dodgson, styled by #CamillaNickerson; menswear editor @michael_philouze, Vogue, December 2018
Looking for the most brazen talents in menswear? @fashion_east's got ’em. Since the menswear incubator launched in 2005, it has helped jumpstart the careers of Jonathan Anderson, Craig Green, Martine Rose, Grace Wales Bonner, and Charles Jeffery. Tap the link in our bio to get to know Fashion East’s three designers for the Fall 2019 season, @mowalola (pictured above), @stefan_cooke, and @RobynLynchIreland.
The Woolsey Fire in Southern California has now burned more than 90,000 acres, in suburbs of the San Fernando Valley, along the 101 freeway in parts of Ventura County, through the Santa Monica Mountains, and all the way to Malibu. For many, it was déjà vu; last December, the Thomas Fire tore through Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties, becoming the largest wildfire in modern California history (since surpassed by the Ranch Fire in 2018). In a press conference on Sunday in the ash-filled air, Los Angeles County fire chief Daryl Osby said that climate change had made the fire season longer, and the blazes harder to combat. “The fact of the matter is,” he said, “if you look at the state of California, climate challenge is happening statewide.” In an effort to document the experience of those affected in Malibu, Agoura Hills, Thousand Oaks, and other parts of Ventura County, photographer @nhmcelroy traveled to the region to interview survivors (link in bio). Photographed by @nhmcelroy
Model @kelseymerritt is not your average @victoriassecret model; the 22-year-old is the first Filipino to ever walk the iconic lingerie label's runway, a victory she shares with the country where she was born and raised until she moved to New York City last year. Here, she shares with us the beauty routine she did for her Victoria’s Secret casting: “I wanted to bring out my best qualities—not cover them up.” Tap the link in our bio for the full video. Filmed at @thestandard.
London born-and-bred artist Alex Margo Arden (@olddrag) may be young, but on Instagram, she almost appears stuck in a yesteryear time capsule, channeling an Old Hollywood appeal with a hint of a glamorous state of undress. And while the beauty ideal is typically to stay young forever, @olddra focuses on looking, well, old, layering her makeup to resemble wrinkles, crows' feet, and sagging. “I'm into the idea of messing around with the binaries of age,” she says. “I think there is nothing better for someone to look amazing when they are old. If you can look really good when you’re old, than that is the real thing.”
"If the eyes are the windows to said soul, then the eyelashes are the flashing neon sign reminding you that the store is open for business." But is there such a thing as too much lash? @lenadunham undergoes a series of lash treatments and reports in the link in our bio. Photographed by @stevenkleinstudio, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, December 2018
#LinManuelMiranda began his #MaryPoppins prep by watching the ’64 movie for the first time since his boyhood. “It’s so timeless and weirdly resonant,” he says. “I mean, one of the first numbers is ‘Sister Suffragette,’ a men-are-stupid, voting-rights-for-women song”—sung by Glynis Johns as Mrs. Banks, the mother of the children to whom Mary Poppins ministers—“so that’s fantastic. And then the visual and musical sequences are as magical as anything you’d see in a movie today.”
#EmilyBlunt took a different tack. Banishing her self-doubt, she made the executive decision not to rewatch the ’64 film, which she, too, had last seen in childhood. “I knew that if I watched Julie Andrews’s version, maybe I would take the edge off of what my instincts were telling me to do,” Blunt says. “Also, I didn’t want to be completely intimidated by the brilliance of her voice.” Tap the link in our bio to read the full December cover story. Photographed by #AnnieLeibovitz, styled by @tabithasimmons; menswear editor @michael_philou
If dropping temperatures and early sunsets are dampening your mood, never fear. Getting back into the holiday spirit can be as quick and simple as changing up your look. Take your holiday style up a notch with a few festive pick-me-ups from @Saks at the link in our bio.
A new book suggests that the stages of grief should also include anxiety. Anxiety: The Missing Stage of Grief, written by Claire Bidwell Smith, LCPC, a Los Angeles–based therapist specializing in grief, proposes that we add anxiety into the phases associated with grieving, which currently affects 18 percent of the U.S. population—roughly 40 million people, no thanks to our pressurized, tech-driven, social media consuming world. As Joan Didion, once wrote, “We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” For a new generation, the blossoming of grief on social media makes perfect sense. Where else do we now construct our autobiographies in real time? 
One Vogue editor has shared her experience navigating the loss of her father through social media, the back and forth with whether or not she should share a public display of grief, and the feelings that followed. To read more about how she learned to grieve during the age of Instagram, tap the link in our bio. Photo: The Weeping Woman, 1937, by Pablo Picasso. © 2018
A lithe beauty from New Delhi, Namita Sunil has already made her way to Fashion Week and editorials as a model signed with Kay Savino Yhome Scouting, but it’s her talents beyond the runway that have people talking. On her popular Instagram account, @vantagold, she provides an in-depth look at current obsessions via drawings, photography, and a glimpse of everything her city has to offer, with plenty of street style wear. “You really can’t define New Delhi fashion,” says Sunil, “It presents itself in the most interesting combinations, a completely western outfit with jhumkis and a bindi, or a kurti and leggings with Adidas Superstars, and so much more happens here.” Introduced to the industry after tuning into FashionTV as a kid, Sunil's interest was fueled by the diversity she saw on screen. “Growing up in India as a brown girl means having to deal with colorism from a very young age and barely seeing any representation of yourself in the media,” said Sunil. “For the first time on FTV, I saw the most stunning
The holidays are approaching, which inevitably leads to the question: What to gift friends and loved ones? Gift-giving provides ample opportunities to simply show your support for the people you care about, and for those who have burgeoning artists in their lives, there’s no time like the present to show that you care about their creativity. Tap the link in our bio for a roundup of the best gifts for the artists in your life. Photographed by Franco Rubartelli, Vogue, January 15, 1968
A US Federal Judge has halted the Keystone XL Pipeline, saying that the Trump administration failed to present a “reasoned explanation” for the move and “simply discarded” the effect the project would have on climate change. The Dakota Access pipeline, funded by the Energy Transfer Partners corporation, would transport up to 570,000 tons of crude oil per day along a 1,172-mile route from the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota through South Dakota, Iowa, and Illinois. If completed, its path would cut through grounds sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. It would travel twice underneath the Missouri River, which the Lakota and Dakota people of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation depend on for drinking water, along with 17 million other people throughout the country. Tap the link in our bio for a look back on the Standing Rock Rising. Photographed by @alessandra_sanguinetti
On the brink of holiday party season, consider @kelelam and @patmcgrathreal’s dazzling meeting of the minds a call to action to pick up a decade's worth of holographic pigment pots this season—or, at the very least, punch up a classic red lip with a wash of twinkling tinsel-catching ruby glitter. Either way, make sure you shine. Tap the link in our bio for more details. #regram @kelelam
Instead of waiting around for fashion to get its act together, plus-size fashion influencers have been forging their own path, creating the kind of imagery they didn’t see growing up, promoting body positivity through YouTube channels, and starting blogs of their own. Armed with digital cameras, ingenuity, and an unwillingness to accept the status quo, they’ve brought a new verve to the concept of street style. Tap the link in our bio for four young women who are changing the game. Photo by @rl_renaissance
For most of us, Mary Poppins has always been Julie Andrews, who made her screen debut in the 1964 original, winning an Oscar in the process. That film remains a canonical piece of American popular art, visually extravagant and full of unforgettable songs by the brothers Richard and Robert Sherman. It’s a hell of a legacy to contend with—but our December cover star #EmilyBlunt alongside #LinManuelMiranda are up for the job. Tap the link in our bio to read our full December cover story. Photographed by #AnnieLeibovitz, styled by @tabithasimmons; menswear editor @michael_philouze, Vogue, December 2018.
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show returned to New York today, taking over Pier 94 with its super models and musical guests. All of the brand’s favorite catwalkers were in attendance, from Adriana Lima and Sara Sampaio to Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner. The show airs on ABC on December 2. Until then, see every over the top runway turn on Vogue.com. Tap the link in bio to see every look. Photographed by @Coreytenold #vsfashionshow
Our December cover star #EmilyBlunt always has the answer. Tap the link in our bio to watch the full video of what happened when we asked her #73Questions.
#EmilyBlunt stars on the cover of our December issue! Tap the link in our bio to read the full interview. Photographed by #AnnieLeibovitz, styled by @tabithasimmons, Vogue, December 2018.
Twelve people are dead after a gunman opened fire inside a bar in Thousand Oaks, California late on Wednesday night. The massacre at Borderline Bar and Grill is the 304th mass shooting in the 312 days of this year; it has been 12 days since America's last mass shooting. Photographed by @arnold_daniel
American women of color made history last night in congressional midterm races: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Sharice Davids, and Deb Haaland (running as progressives in New York, Michigan, Minnesota, Kansas, and New Mexico, respectively) have achieved a series of firsts in their successful bids for House seats:

@ocasio2018 (pictured above), at 29, will be the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. 
After winning their races in Michigan and Minnesota, @rashidatlaib and @ilhanmn will both be the first Muslim women elected to Congress. 
In Kansas, @shariceforcongress will become the state’s first openly LGBT representative, as well as one of the first Native American women to take a House seat. Davids is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation; she will share the latter distinction with New Mexico’s @deb4congressnm, who is a member of the Pueblo of Laguna. 
Tap the link in our bio to read more about last night's results. Photographed by #AnnieLeibovitz, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, November 20
In 1993, @MarcJacobs changed fashion forever with a grunge collection that got him fired. Now it's back! This November, @MarcJacobs—with the approval of the @PerryEllis company—is bringing grunge back, recutting 26 looks seam-for-seam from his Spring 1993 collection. Tap the link in our bio for an inside look at the collection. Photographed by @obertogili , Vogue, June 1993
The man behind Kanye West’s Helmut Lang and Rihanna’s Raf Simons pieces is expanding into publishing and his own fashion collection. This month, @davidcasavant released his debut book, David Casavant Archive. It’s not a catalogue of his best hits—“I don’t want to waste my time doing that. That’s not why I do this. I don’t do this to display the clothes in a super specific manner, I do this because I think the point of clothes is to be worn and used”—but rather a personal journey. He will also debut a clothing collection called Archive Club that in its initial launch features backpacks, watches, and, of course, bomber jackets. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Artwork by @norauls
In her new video, for the single “Shaku,” named after the contemporary Nigerian dance craze, @wavythecreator dispels all of life’s shadier vibes with a clan of gently swaying cohorts. “I was singing about being able to find the good times in the hard times and knowing just how to be happy,” she explains. “Dance it away. It brings the good energy around.” Tap the link in our bio to read more about why Wavy's style is one to watch.
Are you ready to vote? Tap the link in our bio for why this #ElectionDay matters. Directed by @cassblackbird
Congratulations to the 2018 @CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winner, @PyerMoss. Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond accepted the #CVFF award from actress Emily Blunt tonight, following a dinner and fashion show held in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. @PyerMoss has been lauded for its celebration of black culture in America, landing on Vogue's best collections of Spring 2019 list. Taking home the runner-up prizes tonight: Emily Adams Bode of the menswear brand @Bode, praised for its sustainable practices and focus on craft, and @JonathanCohenStudio, notable for its use of print and texture. Tap the link in our bio to read more details from the 15th annual #CVFF awards. Photographed by @ryanmcginleystudios, styled by @jordenbickham, Vogue, August 2018
Demna Gvasalia’s Fall ’18 collection for @balenciaga is being immortalized in a new book from Rizzoli–and it's no ordinary book. Tap the link in our bio for all the details.
@hoskelsa unveils the @victoriassecret Fantasy Bra—a decadent @atelierSwarovski piece that features over 2,100 diamonds. Tap the link in our bio for the full video, and to learn the beauty routine she paired with it.
Lucas Hedges calls his role in Kenneth Lonergan's gorgeously melancholy 2016 film Manchester by the Sea “the most formative role of my life.” His performance as a troubled and mordant young man who’s just lost his father pushed him to explore loss—and earned him an Oscar nomination. Now he’s reuniting with Lonergan—and making his Broadway debut—in a revival of The Waverly Gallery, the playwright’s lacerating comic drama. Tap the link in our bio to learn how Hodges is learning to love the spotlight.
Photographed by @goldbergjim, styled by @yohanalebasi, Vogue, October 2018
Tomorrow, the winning designer of 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund will be announced! Tap the link in our bio for a look back in the prize that changed American style. Photographed by @mikaeljansson, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, November 2018.
“I love change and needed to empower myself, to free myself, to accept and [finally] rescue me,” says Brazilian model Heloísa Muniz, who made the decision to shave her head after a chemical-straightening treatment caused her natural hair to fall out. Tap the link in our bio for more women around the globe proving that a buzz cut is bold and beautiful.” #regram @heloomuniz
@shespokemakeup is a new bespoke beauty bar in New York’s Soho neighborhood that will whip up your perfect shade of holiday party red. Tap the link in our bio for more on this lipstick wonderland, dreamt up by Stephanie March and Rebecca Perkins, the duo behind @rougesalons. Photographed by @StevenKleinstudio, Vogue, May 2010.
We get it: It’s hard to talk about climate change. Thinking about rising global temperatures and sea levels, mass wildlife extinction, and extreme weather is terrifying—which is why we asked The Florida Project’s Bria Vinaite (@chronicflowers) to help. In our final installment in Vogue’s #NowYouKnow video series, Vinaite invited us to come over and talk about some of the ideas behind the Green New Deal, a policy initiative from environmental activists and politicians who want to stop pretending climate change isn’t happening and start preparing for it. Watch, listen, tap the link in our bio to learn more—and see you at the polls on November 6. 
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