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Tennis player @carowozniacki and former professional basketball player @davidlee are married! The happy couple recited their vows in front of 120 family and friends at @castigliondelbosco in Italy. Above @carowozniacki at her first dress fitting. Tap the link in our bio to see exclusive photos of the final dress. Photographed by @davidurbanke
The @marni Spring 2020 men’s collection was Truman Capote meets Che Guevara. Tap the link in bio to see every look. Photographed by @styledumonde.
Summer lounging is best done in brights. Tap the link in our bio to see @kendalljenner and @vittoria try on some of our favorite pieces for the season. Photographed by @oliverhadleepearch, styled by @mr_carlos_nazario, Vogue, June 2019
The pau is a draped skirt that Hawaiian ranch women, who always sat astride rather than in the side saddle stance of their Western counterparts, would wrap around their holoku gowns, to keep them from getting dusty or dirty as they rode in the early 19th century. “[A woman] would get dressed up in her holoku, get on her horse, wrap herself in her pau, and she’s off to the ball,” Aunty DeeDee Keakealani Bertelmann says. As cars replaced horses as the main mode of transportation around 1890, the once pragmatic pau skirt became a form of pageantry, relegated to riding club events or processions like the King Kamehameha Day Parade, which started in 1906 and continues to this day. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Above: Kuunahenani Tachera (Nahe) in a silk satin pau that DeeDee says is very difficult to wrap because there’s so much fabric. Photographed by @thisismayan
“Everybody has their own perception of Hawaii,” says Aunty DeeDee Keakealani Bertelmann. “They only think of hula dancers in grass skirts down on the beach. They don’t think of Hawaii as open space and ranch lands.” These perceptions even exist among the island’s residents. Bertelmann tells me she “was never able to understand that not everybody understood our way of life” until recently, when she was asked to give a presentation to local students. “There were children who had never even seen a horse and children who had never played on grass,” Bertelmann says. “That was a shock for me. It’s something that we try to instill in our children: that it is not something to take for granted and the open space that you have here today might not be there tomorrow.” Tap the link in our bio to read more. Video by @thisismayan
The word cowboy may more readily conjure up images of ramshackle saloons and the austere plains of the Wild West, but Hawaiian cowboys actually predate those on the mainland by about half a decade. Tap the link in our bio for a closer look at the pau, the draped skirt that Hawaiian ranch women. Photographed by @thisismayan
For far too long we have limited ourselves—out of some perverse culinary myopia—to churned dairy products made of at least 10 percent milk fat, less than 1.4 percent egg yolk, and weighing at least 4.5 pounds per gallon. (That is an abbreviation of the FDA definition of ice cream, which is 2,408 words long and makes the tax code read like Pat the Bunny.) How naive we were!

But our horizons are finally expanding. A worldliness has taken hold—the same one that landed ramen and poke in the mainstream—along with a coinciding openness to plant milks and plant-based foods in general. Tap the link in our bio to read more about the "new age of innovative–and nondairy–ice cream." Photographed by @wakihamatsu, written by @tamar.e.adler, Vogue, July 2019
Country musician @orvillepeck remains an anonymous figure, thanks to the fringed mask he always wears, choosing from more than 20 versions in his collection. He comes at a time when country music is having a renaissance, pushing outside the sphere of straight, white @garthbrooks–style men on guitar. There is the rise of @lilnasx and “Old Town Road”; @iamyolaofficial, a black British musician who sings country; and even the likes of @Diplo and @postmalone, who have been wearing Western-style clothing. “It seems that there is a resurgence of cowboy culture; I think that is helping country open us [up, by] showing its true diversity. Maybe it has always been there, but maybe it doesn’t have the chance to be shown,” says Peck. “Different perspectives and diversity and different sounds within that genre are coming to the foreground and being embraced, and that is exciting.” Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @mollephoto
When it comes to the word “bombshell,” @margotrobbie suppresses an eye roll. “I hate that word. I hate it—so much. I feel like a brat saying that because there are worse things, but I’m not a bombshell. I’m not someone who walks in a room and the record stops and people turn like, ‘Look at that woman.’ That doesn’t happen. People who know me, if they had to sum me up in one word I don’t know what that word would be, but I’m certain it would not be bombshell.” Tap the link in our bio to read more from our July cover story. Photographed by @inezandvinoodh, styled by @tonnegood, written by @irina_aleks, Vogue, July 2019
From her grandmother's beauty tips to her skincare regime, @shaninamshaik shares her getting ready routine here; tap the link in our bio for the full video.
Filmed at @thestandard
@selbydrummond wore one of @giambattistavalliparis’s looks to the #MetGala in 2018, and it was the best she’d ever felt. “People told me it was the best I’ve ever looked [too],” she said. From then on, she had an idea in the back of her head that if and when she were to get married, she would ask the designer if he might consider creating the dress. “It feels perfect that I’m wearing one of his dresses to my wedding,” she explained. “It’s about fun and joy and spontaneity and having fun in an authentic way.” Tap the link in our bio to watch the full video.
DP @pierombressan @henryzaballos
Sound Arnaud Marten, Adam Gold
Special Thanks To @reelvisionfilms
On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion, kissing becomes a political demonstration. Tap the link in our bio to see all photos from the Los Angeles #Pride parade. Photographed by @ed.templeton
@ed.templeton's photos of Los Angeles #Pride parade-goers of all shapes, colors, ages and sizes form a technicolor collage of the many, many faces of love—whether you’re a shirtless cowboy, a pink-haired drag queen, guys in mesh shirts, guys with tattoos, or babes in pasties. Tap the link in our bio to see all photos. Photographed by @ed.templeton
@ed.templeton brought the exuberant human spirit of *Teenage Kissers* to Los Angeles #Pride, where he documented revelers kissing on the streets of West Hollywood. Tap the link in our bio to see all photos. Photographed by @ed.templeton
From indulging in peach pie to meeting @petedavidson, @cara_taylorrr takes us behind-the-scenes of her day at @alexanderwangny's Spring 2020 show.
Director @taliacollis
DP @rachelbatashvili
Editor Jeff Bernier @stackbk
Sound @__eulalie__ 
Color @jacktashdjian 
Filmed at @thebluestove
@sylviahoeks attended the @YSL Spring 2020 Menswear show, which took place this weekend in Malibu, California at the scenic Paradise Cove, with plenty of style. Tap the link in our bio to see her photo diary from the event.
A @craig__green rainbow. Tap the link in our bio for the full Spring 2020 collection. Photographed by @styledumonde
Congratulations to @Hadestown, tonight's winner at the #TonyAwards for Best Musical (and more!). Tap the link in our bio to see everyone who won tonight.
Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, styled by @Phyllis_Posnick, Vogue, June 2019
Tonight, the 73rd Annual #TonyAwards honored nominees for their excellence in Broadway theater. Broadway stars—like @theebillyporter in his signature gown-suit hybrid—descended upon the red carpet in ensembles worthy of the night’s glitzy aesthetic. Tap the link in our bio to see more from the red carpet. Photographed by @coreytenold
Pride celebrations around the country this weekend were reflective and joyful. Here, @lisavanderpump shows her support for the LGBTQ community by celebrating #Pride in Los Angeles. Tap the link in bio for more. Photographed by @hunterabrams.
Thousands celebrated #Pride in Los Angeles today and @hunterabrams was on the ground to capture the moments of revelry and solidarity from the festivities. Tap the link in bio for more. Photographed by @hunterabrams
A colorful scene at the Los Angeles #Pride celebration today, where thousands of attendees celebrated not just their own pride as gay, lesbian, queer, trans and non-binary Angelenos, but the memory of those who came before. Tap the link in bio for more. Photographed by @hunterabrams
In honor of Pride Month, pop stars @troyesivan and @charli_xcx hosted their inaugural #GoWestFest on Thursday, a single-day music festival in Los Angeles that was entirely curated and headlined by the duo, and featured a lineup of mostly LGBTQ artists. A portion of the proceeds benefited GLAAD. Tap the link in our bio to go behind the scenes of this event. Photographed by @ddiegovillarreal
Over on @vogueweddings, we're taking a look at the magic hour wedding ceremony of funk musician @adeline and @sinclairbolden, a partner at the event brand Everyday People. They marred in Provence, with Adeline in a vintage silk dress. Head to @vogueweddings to see more from their celebration.

Photo by @goodlightworks
Trick-or-treat! Something wickedly clever this way comes. Backstage at @moschino’s Resort 2020 collection on the Desperate Housewives, Universal Studios set in Los Angeles tonight. Photographed by @hunterabrams
On a recent trip to Rome, @hamishbowles took a tour of the breathtaking city palace Palazzo Colonna, arranged by Gucci. Tap the link in our bio to see more photos from this art-filled Roman holiday. Photo by @hamishbowles
@phyllisgalembo's new book, "Mexico, Masks | Rituals," brings the New York photographer closer to home, on a magical journey across the border in search of the centuries-old traditions of the indigenous and Mestizo cultures. In the last decade, Galembo has traveled to the country almost 20 times, capturing a new aspect of Mexico’s rich mythical landscape with each trip. Tap the link in our bio to read more.
@adutakech hits the boardwalk in the finale at @YSL’s Spring 2020 menswear collection from Malibu tonight. See the collection via the link in our bio. Photographed by @saltystate
Quentin Tarantino’s new film, @onceinhollywood, is about the end of Hollywood’s Golden Age, but @MargotRobbie, who is 28, has come to represent so much of what’s new. As an Australian soap actress, she entered Hollywood being typecast. She played the bronzed, gold-digging beauty in @martinscorsese_’s The Wolf of Wall Street, the hot blonde explaining mortgage bonds from a bubble bath in 2015’s The Big Short, and Jane following Alexander Skarsgård’s Tarzan into the Congo. But it turned out Robbie wanted more than these roles. It turned out she wanted to put on a fat suit for @itonyamovie and to cover her face in boils for @maryqueenmovie and to produce female-driven projects via her production company, @luckychapentertainment. Hollywood is changing, and while Robbie may have arrived at the end of an era, she is now among the women ushering in a new one. Tap the link in our bio to read her full cover story. Photographed by @inezandvinoodh, styled by @tonnegood, written by @irina_aleks, Vogue, July 2019
Watch what happened when we asked July cover star @margotrobbie #73questions. Tap the link in our bio for the full video. 
Director and Interviewer @hellojoesabia
Producer @marina_c
DP @jessdunlap
PM Josh Young 
Edit and Color @realtalkrealtalk
Post Sound @bangworldwide
Styling @kateyoung
@margotrobbie is our July issue cover star! Tap the link in our bio for the full cover story and spread. Photographed by @inezandvinoodh, styled by @tonnegood, written by @irina_aleks, Vogue, July 2019.
When @juliedelibran’s five-year run as artistic director at @soniarykiel ended in March, she wasted no time starting a new project: In Paris, de Libran is launching a label of her own. Tap the link in our bio for all details. Photographed by @CassblackBird, styled by @tabithasimmons, Vogue, July 2019
People can argue endlessly over @JoeBiden’s electability, but let’s get one thing settled. @DrBiden, 68, an English professor with four degrees and five grandchildren, would not only be one of the most intriguingly reluctant First Ladies—with a career she has no intention of giving up—but also one of the most surprisingly fun-loving people ever to hold that title. Tap the link in our bio to read @jonathanvanmeter’s profile on her. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, written by @jonathanvanmeter, Vogue, July 2019
@msalekwek and @rosie_assoulin became fast friends the night Assoulin was in the running for Womenswear Designer of the Year and the new pals joined forces to celebrate at the 2019 #CFDAAwards. Tap the link in our bio to see their photos from the night. Photo by @sketchfortytwo
“Brazilians love makeup and they put on a lot,” laughs @Anitta. The Rio de Janeiro–born pop star, who became famous after dropping 2013’s “Show das Poderosas” and has risen to global fame since, is always an open book. But today, the 26-year-old singer, who does her own makeup for red carpets and performances, is pulling back the curtain on her glamorous day-to-night routine like never before. Tap the link in our bio to watch. Filmed at @janeirohotel
Do you have blonde ambitions? With the official start of summer just around the corner, tap the link in our bio for some platinum blonde hair inspiration.
@brandonmaxwell has received the Womenswear Designer of the Year prize at the #CFDAAwards (pictured here with @LadyGaga at the 2019 #MetGala). Tap the link in our bio for all of tonight's winners. Photographed by @mehdilacoste_
@rickowensonline has been named the Menswear Designer of the Year at the #CFDAAwards. Tap the link in our bio for all of tonight's winners. Photographed by @antoncorbijn4real, Vogue, March 2019
The best way to celebrate achievement in fashion? Wear a design worthy of accolades. Tap the link in our bio to see all of tonight's best dressed attendees at the 2019 @cfda Awards. Photographed by @coreytenold
@mrthakoon is jumping back into the fray with an entirely separate project: @hommegirls, a multimedia initiative—part zine, part Instagram account, part website—dedicated to women who shop the men’s department. Tap the link in our bio to learn more. Photographed by @cassblackbird
For his boyfriend’s first trip to Japan, @grizzlybear singer @edroste made sure the itinerary included the obvious—Tokyo and Kyoto—but also places off the beaten path, like the lush ravines of Hakone, and a brutalist glamping hotel near Mt. Fuji. Tap the link in our bio for his full travel diary.
It’s a shameful fact that even common sense gun laws have failed to pass in Congress in recent years, despite supposed support from the vast majority of Americans, according to polls. But now, some of the very U.S. senators who voted in favor of gun reform are running for president in the 2020 Democratic primary. Tap the link in our bio for a breakdown of what they plan to do about gun violence. Illustrated by @jningwong
A tally of 2019’s “school shootings” so far is really a picture of the swirling, heaving, overwhelming totality of what gun violence actually means, here. The succinctness of the term “school shooting” belies the utter mess of just how often guns are brandished, go off, injure and kill on America’s campuses. Parkland, Newtown—these are apexes at the top of hundreds of incidents that came before and after them, as was the May 7 shooting at the STEM High School in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, the worst this year to date, at which one student was killed protecting the lives of his classmates, 8 of whom were injured. 
Today, on National Gun Violence Awareness Day, we take a look at the totality of gun violence in America. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Illustrated by @jningwong
When the @Balenciaga Motorcycle bag first debuted 18 years ago, it enjoyed a burst of feverish popularity, becoming one of the mid-’00s most defining accessories. Somehow, its reputation has lasted. The Balenciaga Motorcycle had ubiquity and adaptability, whether it was on the arm of some venti Starbucks–toting celebrity, or a downtown model. Tap the link in our bag for an ode to the It bag. Photographed by Robert Fairer, Vogue, September 2004
Through an immersive trip of the city and its heritage, the @Gucci Resort 2020 Musei Capitolini celebration allowed for a deeper understanding of designer Alessandro Michele’s poetic collection.
There to capture every important development from first look to a star-studded after-party in an exclusive Vogue diary, @JodieSmith—soon to be seen onscreen in Cinemax’s crime drama Jett and the Lena Waithe–written thriller Queen and Slim—takes us behind the scenes of her time in Rome. Tap the link in our bio to see how she brought a little runway glam to the city’s tourist attractions.
Happy #Pride Month! In honor of this month, tap the link in our bio for a look at some of the LGBTQ community’s most prominent and inspiring figures. Photographed by @michaelbaileygates
@lexiboling and @adesuwa backstage at @alexanderwangny. Tap the link in our bio for the full collection. Photographed by @coreytenold
@suminaynay, the three-time X Games gold medalist, joined the @Converse team in January, kicking off a life-changing year and joining a handful of trailblazing women who have their own skate sneakers. Beyond being a symbol of athletic achievement, pro model merchandise offers female skaters an important opportunity to monetize their success. It was only last year that Sablone and her peers were able to make a living wage off of their sport. Sablone is well aware of what the new shoe represents. “It’s a big deal.” Tap the link in our bio for all details. Photographed by @artofoto
Hip hop's favorite cowboy @lilnasx has two new sidekicks. Tap the link in our bio for more on this adorable, fashionable moment.
Watch what happened when we asked @zendaya #73questions and she answered all of them.
Interviewer @hellojoesabia
Director @vincentpeone
Producer @marina_c
DP @jessdunlap
PM: Josh Young 
Edit and Color @realtalkrealtalk
Post Sound @bangworldwide
Styling @luxurylaw