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For those who dare to go commando, there’s a new go-to label in town: @wearmarcia. Tap the link in our bio to learn more about the French label whose dresses ask their wearer to leave their panties at home. Photo by @blackpierreange
“I definitely get frustrated sometimes with how limiting physics can be and biology can be,” @salvjiia says. “I don’t think there should be really any limits.” Tap the link in our bio to watch @salvjiia's full beauty transformation.
Director @posyd
DP @henrylockyer_dop
Sound Rebecca Morgan
Production Sarah Swanston, Veracity Digital
Editor Mark Sanders
Last night was a #Grammys first for @maggierogers, who hit the red carpet in a @chanelofficial dress from the label’s pre-fall 2014 collection. Tap the link in our bio to see her complete photo diary of the night.
"My hair is a reflection of my spirit," @katerinavictoria says. "It's really wild, energetic, and all over the place. Playing with my hair is a huge part of my daily life. It feels like it's a living being that's a part of me." In fact, ever since the Portland-born actress and star of @rupaulofficial's new @Netflix series @ajandthequeen started embracing her buoyant spirals and a set of shaggy bangs, it's become her beauty calling card. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photo by @zacharyharrelljones
In memory of Kobe Bryant, we are republishing "A Fond Farewell to Kobe Bryant," an article originally published after Bryant announced his retirement from professional basketball in 2015. It is written by Nancy Farghalli, a lifelong Lakers fan, and can be found in the link in our bio. Photo: @paolopellegrin
Congratulations to all of tonight's #Grammys winners, including @billieeilish (above), who took home the grand prize for Song of the Year, Best New Artist, Album of the Year and Record of the Year! Tap the link in our bio for more of the top moments of the night. #regram @billieeilish
In memory of Kobe Bryant, who passed away today at the age of 41.
Couture season tends to be a study in all things over the top—a welcome opportunity to trade practical sensibilities for all things sumptuous. And in the dead of winter, this fantastical approach makes for beauty worthy of a springtime daydream. From thinly veiled faces to full-spectrum lip color, tap the link in our bio for the top six beauty moments from the Paris runways. Photographed by @coreytenold
As far as red carpet looks go, the #Grammys are easily the most entertaining, especially when it comes to aesthetics. It’s the night every year we see celebrities unabashedly lean into trends: Timeless and classic this is not. Instead, it’s often a welcome breath of fun-and-risky fresh air.

Ahead of tonight’s show, tap the link in our bio for a look back at the best Grammys beauty moments of all time. Above: @dollyparton at the 1977 #GrammyAwards
'Tallawah,' the new collaboration between Jamaican-Nigerian photographer Nadine Ijewere (@nadineijewere) and experimental hairstylist Jawara (@jawaraw), captures "the pride and strength of the Jamaican people." On view in London's Cob Gallery, it's a window into the world of Caribbean glamour, while illuminating the many extraordinary details of everyday people. "'Tallawah' means 'be strong and fearless,'” says Ijewere. “These are strong women, some with their own stories of struggle, but the way that they hold themselves, the way they express themselves is so inspiring. That's what this project embodies.”
Tap the link in our bio for more. Photo: @nadineijewere
Happy Lunar New Year! The Year of the Rat officially begins today—and it’s time to celebrate. Tap the link in our bio for inspiration on how to make your own Chinese New Year celebration stand out. Photographed by @kevintachman
“I’ve always been a very loud personality,” February cover star @florencepugh says. As a teenager, Pugh would often operate as the resident baby-sitter for a visiting Sunday crowd. With a small troupe at her feet, she’d make costumes, serve tea in toy cups, and invent a drama that inevitably included a key role for herself. “I’d be like: ‘No, that’s my part. I play the weeping woman who’s lost her husband.’ ”

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Photographed by @studio_jackson, styled by @jordenbickham, written by Gaby Wood, Vogue, February 2020
As @donatella_versace once said, “Colors are life. Anywhere you see colors, there’s an intrinsic sense of joy.” Tap the link in our bio for some of our favorite ways to ditch your all-black wardrobe this winter.
Photographed by @EthanJamesGreen, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, February 2020
#MeanGirls is coming back to the big screen! Tap the link in our bio to get all the details on this, like, totally fetch news.
With #Booksmart and the @Netflix series #Unbelievable, @kaitlyndever, 23, has rapidly emerged as one of the most unnervingly accomplished young actresses working today, earning nominations for the 2020 #Bafta EE Rising Star Award and the #GoldenGlobes along the way. That she should cite Avril Lavigne, Hilary Duff, and Christy Carlson Romano as her foremost adolescent influences, then, feels both strange and strangely perfect; Dever is very much a product of the cultural forces that shaped millennials. “Booksmart is a movie that represents really, really truthfully the generation that I’m growing up in,” she says. “I think it’s a movie that people needed.” In the new decade, she plans to continue to tell those kinds of stories. 
As we look ahead to the new decade, tap the link in our bio to meet the rising stars of 2020. Photographed by @ryanmcginleystudios, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, February 2020.
@egon_lab's brand ambassadors are not your usual models: Marie-Louise and René (above) are 85 and 86 years old, respectively. They’re the grandparents of Florentin Glémarec, one half the design duo behind @egon_lab. Tap the link in our bio to meet them. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper
Is it spring yet? @maisonvalentino tapped into several of @pppiccioli’s muses to deliver gorgeous, dramatic propositions for couture. Tap the link in our bio to see the full spring 2020 couture collection 
Photographed by @coreytenold
@jpgaultierofficial closes his final couture show. Tap the link in our bio to see every look from the spring 2020 couture collection. Photographed by @coreytenold
@jpgaultierofficial took his final runway bow today at the finish of his spring 2020 couture show. Gaultier, who trained with Pierre Cardin, started making clothes under his own name in 1982; his couture debut was for spring 1997. The clothes he showed then set a template for what was to follow over the next 23 years and 40 or so couture collections. Tap the link in our bio for a look back at 31 of his most unforgettable couture looks, including spring 1999 couture above. Photographed by @arthurelgort, Vogue, March 1999
"Before I was a musician, I was really set on going to art school," says @iamhalsey from her airy master bathroom. "A lot of people don't understand how alike painting and makeup are." Tap the link in our bio to watch her recreate the sparkling black-blue eye that graces Manic's album cover and share a few skincare secrets at the same time.
@kaiagerber was the dramatic last look at @givenchyofficial's spring 2020 couture show. Tap the link in our bio to see the full collection. Photographed by @coreytenold
This past week, @kerwinfrost headed to Paris for a whirlwind experience at men’s Fashion Week, attending a slew of top shows. Tap the link in our bio to see his photo diary from the week. Photographed by @kerwinfrost
Photographer @mrstreetpeeper is on the ground in Paris to shoot the very best looks outside the couture shows, where celebrities, editors, stylists, and influencers will brave the cold in their best outerwear and boots. Tap the link in our bio for our favorite looks. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper
The @chanelofficial Spring 2020 couture show was inspired by Coco Chanel's roots. Tap the link in our bio to see every look. Photographed by @coreytenold
The @dior Spring 2020 couture show included the prompt "What if women ruled the world?" According to the runway, it would be a beautiful sight. Tap the link in our bio to see the full collection. Photographed by @coreytenold
“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 three inspirational documentaries on King to watch this #MLKDay.
2002 vs 2020: #BradPitt and @JenniferAniston both took home #SAGAwards tonight, but it was what happened after they gave their acceptance speeches that has the Internet ablaze. Tap the link in our bio for more on the Hand Grab Heard 'Round The World (then and now).
Everyone wants to know: What will the 2020s hold? Tap the link in our bio for what a futurist, a trend forecaster, and an astrologer predict. Photographed by David Sims, Vogue, September 2013
According to some studies, the average hair dryer produces a carbon footprint of roughly 57 pounds of carbon dioxide a year (a gas-powered lawn mower, by comparison, can emit more than 80 pounds of carbon dioxide a year), consuming around 1,500 watts of energy per use. Tap the link in our bio to read what happened when one Vogue writer gave up her styling devices for the sake of the environment. Photographed by @ethanjamesgreen, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, February, 2020.
Has the Women's March changed, or have we? Three years after its inaugural march, the @womensmarch has been the subject of numerous controversies. And as with any social movement, it's difficult to pinpoint exactly when the establishment-feminist sentiment surrounding the Women's March began to feel anachronistic. Undaunted, though, the March continues, with its fourth annual gathering taking place this past Saturday morning in Washington, D.C. 
At the link in our bio, in an attempt to figure out what the role of the Women's March is in 2020, we spoke to five women who attended the original D.C. march in 2017 about that day and what activism looks like for them now.

Above: A photograph by @arnold_daniel from the 2018 Women's March in New York City.
Sometimes the best style is seen outside the season’s biggest runway shows—just ask @victoriabeckham. Tap the link in our bio to keep up with all the best street style during Fall 2020 menswear. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper.
@GigiHadid right before walking the @jacquemus Fall 2020 runway in Paris. Tap the link in our bio for more of the best behind-the-scenes moments from this season. Photographed by @styledumonde.
Queen Elizabeth has released an official decision concerning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, along with a remarkably personal statement about the couple. Not only did the Queen share how proud she is of her grandchildren, including Meghan herself, but she also made clear her support for the couple’s decision to step away from royal life amidst their struggle in the media spotlight. Tap the link in our bio for all the details.
Jean Paul Gaultier announced yesterday that he will present his final couture collection for fall 2020. “This show celebrating 50 years of my career will also be my last,” he wrote. To mark the news, we are publishing Gaultier’s spring 1997 couture debut–tap the link in our bio to see the collection.
London-based food designers @bompasandparr created this larger-than-life-size gray @thombrowneny blazer for Browne’s Fall 2020 press day and photo shoot in Paris in collaboration with Victoria White Cake Design. Browne explained, “I wanted to turn the tables: The animals were going to eat the people this time in the most beautiful way, in the most surreal way.” Tap the link in our bio for the recipe. Photo by @caspersejersenstudio
One thing is for certain: #Oscars-nominated @florencepugh's appetite for life is limitless. And so too, it turns out, is her appetite for English delicacies. Watch what happened when we sat down with our February cover star for a quick bite (or 11); tap the link in our bio for the full video.
Director @rombokob 
DP @betterdeadthanvideo
Editor: Robby Massey
Set Designer @BetterAdams
Stylist: @JakeSammis
Food Sylist: @bellyfoodstyle
Happy birthday, @MichelleObama! You're a star in our eyes too. Tap the link in our bio to read @BarackObama's sweet birthday message to his wife. Photographed by @annieleibovitz, Vogue, December 2016
Taking the vigor of her synth-heavy electro-pop sound on the road, the 29-year-old recording and visual artist Lakisha Robinson—better known as @kilokish—is embarking on an 18-date tour alongside @kingprincess69. After the release of her 2019 EP, Redux, she had withdrawn to her home in L.A. to “actually practice instruments, rehearse my show, work on costuming.” (Robinson wears many hats while on the road: “I come up with all the ideas, and then I’m like, Oh, well, I guess I’ll just build them myself.”) Tap the link in our bio to meet more of 2020's rising stars, photographed in the season's grooviest looks. Photographed by @ryanmcginleystudios, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, February 2020
@karliekloss has finally spoken out about that tense "dinner with the Kushners" moment. Tap the link in our bio for her full comment. Photographed by @zoeghertner, Vogue, September 2017
Happy Birthday, #KateMoss! Tap the link in our bio for an ode to her signature street style. Photographed by Tim Walker, Vogue, April 2012
Today's forecast: Cloudy with a touch of @louisvuitton. Tap the link in our bio to go backstage at all of Paris Fashion Week Men's top shows. Photographed by @styledumonde.
Nigerian singer-songwriter @yemialade shares her performance-ready makeup routine; tap the link in our bio to watch the full video.
Filmed at @thesavoylondon
Meet #JohnnyFlynn and @anyataylorjoy, the leads in @autumndewilde’s much-anticipated new adaptation of @emmafilm. 
De Wilde’s background is in music and fashion photography, and her first foray into feature filmmaking is overtly gorgeous: a riot of feathered bonnets, corkscrew curls, and colorful carriage dresses. “It’s like swimming in a giant cupcake,” says Taylor-Joy. 
Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @autumndewilde, Vogue, February 2020
If you turned #hotgirlsummer into a lifestyle, we have some good news for you: @theestallion has partnered with @depop on a special sale of items from her closet, as well as items from the “Hot Girl Summer” and “All Dat” videos. Tap the link in our bio for all details. Photo by @munachiosegbu
@hunterschafer, 21, has leaped from the catwalk (@MiuMiu, @MarcJacobs, Christian @Dior) to the small screen, where her sharp-yet-tender performance was a bright point in the suburban dystopia of @HBO’s @Euphoria. Schafer is hard at work filming the show’s sophomore season (out later this year), and though she hasn’t put modeling on hold, she’s committed to acting. “I definitely want to try a film. I think there are a lot of genres I would love to hit. Like, I really love sci-fi. Period kind of scares the hell out of me, but that also might be a good sign.” Tap the link in our bio to meet more of 2020's rising stars, as they are photographed wearing some of season's grooviest looks. Photographed by @ryanmcginleystudios, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, February 2020.
@openingceremony will close all its stores over the coming year. The closures of its New York, Los Angeles, and Japan stores followed the sale of Opening Ceremony to New Guards Group, a conglomerate that owns Off-White, Heron Preston, and other streetwear brands. 
The fate of O.C.’s current multi-brand product is unclear, but what is certain is that the end of Opening Ceremony’s retail arm hits particularly hard following Barneys New York’s closure late last year. 
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Above: Backstage @openingceremony's Resort 2017 show. Photographed by @drielycarter
Notes for the @gucci fall 2020 men's collection spoke of a rejection of toxic masculinity and an embrace of a genderless form of beauty. “Toxic masculinity, in fact, nourishes abuse, violence, and sexism. And not only that. It condemns men themselves to conform to an imposed phallic virility in order to be socially accepted,” read the press release. To paraphrase: The patriarchy is over.

Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @styledumonde
Meet the rising stars of 2020; they may be decked out in the sepia-tinged tones and free-spirited fabrics of the 1970s—but they’re ready for the future.

Above: @tierrawhack's irreverent rap style drew, in her earliest days, on the madcap wordsmithery of Dr. Seuss—and earned her an ever-expanding fan base, including Missy Elliott and Solange. (Whack's 15-minute project and creative visual, Whack World, dropped in May 2018, and new music is expected in 2020.) Just as fearlessly authentic is the 24-year-old Philadelphia native’s colorful, creative look. “Fashion is a fun thing to me,” she says. “I wake up and I’m like, Okay, I want to wear this, and I go outside and people like it, and I’m like, Okay, cool. But I didn’t do it for everybody else. I did it for me.” Tap the link in our bio to see more.
Photographed by @RyanMcGinleyStudios, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, February 2020.
The nominations for this year’s #Oscars were announced only this morning, but the top picks have already garnered their fair share of controversy. Some of the biggest points of contention have included the all-male Best Director line-up, as well as the lack of diversity in the acting categories. And while the various snubs and surprises have already been well-documented (we were all rooting for you, @JLo!), one of the categories that tends to be easier to predict has had its fair share of upsets, too: Best Costume Design. Tap the link in our bio for a look at what the nominations in this category say about the #Oscars in 2020.
You can always count on the Milan menswear shows to deliver street style moments to remember. Tap the link in our bio for our favorite street style photos. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper