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Looking for a perfect way to spend time with someone that isn't a traditional dinner-and-a-movie plan? There’s an element of surprise and adventure to biking that’s impressive to potential dates. Tap the link in our bio for more on how to chase down love in the bike lane this date night. @andreaadiddy photographed by @cassblackbird , stlyed by @jordenbickham , Vogue, November 2018
All through the primaries, pundits have been declaring 2018 the year that women have finally decided to storm the gates of government— a record 529 women announced they would run for Congress this year. But of all the impressive women running, it’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@ocasio2018 ) who has emerged as the anti-Trump. He’s from Queens; she was born less than fifteen miles away, in the Bronx. He inherited a family business; she was bartending as she mounted a campaign for office. If Trump is the last gasp of the baby boomers, then Ocasio-Cortez is the first emphatic cry of the millennials. Tap the link in our bio to read more about how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other progressives are defining the midterms. Photographed by #AnnieLeibovitz , styled by @tonnegood , Vogue, November 2018
Yasmine Baiou (@yasmineodalisque ), a stylist based in Paris, says, “I like to get high on paintings . . . The work of Gustav Klimt, Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, Léon Bakst, and the Orientalist movement obviously inspired my world,” she quickly adds, “I think that the essence of my style is really ’70s,” and she is not talking about the 1870s. She cites “Cher for her disco and hippie style and Frida Kahlo for her folkloric and traditional style,” and confesses that she is obsessed with Les Eaux Primordiales’s gorgeously named fragrance, Let’s Murder the Moonshine. Tap the link in our bio for more young women, whose deeply felt style may be reminiscent of the great portrait artists of the past, but whose drama, whose fierce attitude, is light-years away from stuffy museum corridors. #vogueworld Photo by @adelinerapon
Who’s ready for some Sunday relaxation? For inspiration, tap the link in our bio for 31 of the most beautiful bathtubs in Vogue. Photographed by @francoishalard , Vogue, September 2009
Fall's best bet is a perfectly imperfect short haircut. The new windy-day staple is virtually effortless and extremely versatile, pairing just as well with cozy cashmere as it did a strappy slip in the summer months. Tap the link in our bio for eight ways to work your cool girl haircut this season. #regram @dara._
One of Vogue's Creative Digital Director Sally Singer's favorite moments from the Spring 2019 collections was at @rodarte : "My favorite moment of fashion month occurred on that frigid Sunday in New York when no location was convenient, traffic was impossible, you couldn’t bike because of the intermittent near-biblical downpours, and everyone was sniffly and sharing cold meds on the front row. The day sucked, basically. But standing in the entrance of Rodarte’s show at an East Village graveyard, watching as Kate and Laura Mulleavys’s dazzling girls scampered in the rain from the church to the garden, all roses and lace and sparkle, well, everything rotten suddenly felt so right." Tap the link in our bio for more Vogue editors' favorite moments." Photographed by @coreytenold
By day, she’s a mental health counselor, but by night, @AlisonmDesir , 33, is a running activist: She’s the founder of @harlemrun and @run4allwomen —with the latter currently powering a national grassroots campaign to activate progressive power during the 2018 midterm elections. Tap the link in our bio to learn more about Désir and 13 other real, hardworking women in New York, each with her own unique style. Photographed by @seanthomas_photo , Vogue, October 2018
Yesterday inside Milk Studios, the second annual #ForcesofFashion conference lived up to its name. @KrisJenner shut it down, @Zendaya spoke to the crowd about being, a “real model” instead of a role model, and the day was filled with brilliant and often surprising tidbits about how to take charge and promote change in any field but especially within the fashion industry. Tap the link in our bio to see more of the most inspiring moments of the day.
More and more houses are foregoing animal skins in favor of shearling and faux fur—and in our latest issue, @asaprocky and model @imaanhammam show off the chicest examples of the season. Tap the link in our bio for more. Photographed by @bibicornejoborthwick , styled by #CamillaNickerson , Vogue, November 2018
@troyesivan is no stranger to a bold makeup look, but his everyday look is quite low-key. On the eve of his sold-out show at Radio City Music Hall, Sivan—perhaps the world’s next great pop star, with his bevy of bright vulnerable ballads and bangers—is baring all the beauty secrets behind his typical morning routine for Vogue. Tap the link in our bio to see more. Filmed at @thestandard
“The more and more that I’ve been in front of the camera, the more I’ve become interested in how it’s created," said @zendaya at #ForcesofFashion . "My goal is to, at some point, create space and room for other people. To me, the only way to create the things that I want to see is to create them myself. It’s one thing to try and change other people’s minds, and it’s a totally different thing to just do them yourself." Tap the link in our bio to read more highlights from her panel. Photographed by @coreytenold
@KrisJenner , the ultimate "momager," talked to Vogue's Sally Singer about the evolving careers of her and her children, how to be a good boss, and world domination. Tap the link in our bio to see more from #ForcesofFashion . Photographed by @coreytenold
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