"[@msalekwek] is such an iconic, cult Helmut muse, but most importantly, she’s a fearless activist. Hearing about all of the important work she is doing with U.N. refugee response program is truly moving. We need more people like her in the world. She’s a true role model," says Isabella Burley, @HelmutLang’s first-ever editor in residence. Tap the link in our bio to learn more about her debut campaign, and the Re-edition and Seen By: Artist Series projects.
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Princess Diana is known for her ball gowns and tiaras, but her off-duty style is just as inspiring. Tap the link in our bio for a few of her most memorable laid-back style moments.
From feeding beach pigs to enjoying dance parties, @haileybaldwin shares a look inside her trip to the Bahamas in the link in our bio.
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Though most aren’t aware of it, what you eat is actually related to how well you sleep. “Unfortunately, there isn’t a magic food that puts you into a dream state,” says New York City nutritionist Jessica Katz, R.D., “but there are foods that won’t interfere with sleep patterns.” Tap the link in our bio to learn mindful eating tips for getting better sleep. Photographed by @ellenvonunwerth, Vogue, October 1995. #regram@voguebeauty
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Epitomizing the decade, this circa-1971 bedroom goes long on high-impact furniture, shag carpeting, and even a Roy Lichtenstein “Brushstroke” print. Tap the link in our bio to see more of our favorite bedrooms featured in the pages of Vogue. Photographed by Horst P. Horst, Vogue, October 1971.
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With his first 205W39NYC womenswear campaign, Raf Simons introduces the world to his @CalvinKlein aesthetic and a new generation of model muses. Tap the link in our bio to see more.
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Apple has unveiled a brand new batch of emojis—just in time for World Emoji Day and the upcoming release of The Emoji Movie. While the release won’t be available until later this year, it seems fashion-forward celebrities are continuing to channel one of the best-dressed emojis already in existence: the salsa dancer. Tap the link in our bio to see how your favorite celebrities have adopted the look. Photographed by @theo123456, styled by @tabithasimmons, Vogue, July 2017.
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Tour de force. Photographed by Kourken Pakchanian, Vogue, May 1972.
#MadMen, which premiered 10 years ago this week, showcased the full panoply of 1960s clothing, from the requisite prim ensembles of the early years right through the Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon eras. Tap the link in our bio to see how to channel your favorite character's style.
Local chefs are leading Copenhagen’s next wave of culinary dominance, pioneering a new generation of talented food entrepreneurs in the city who wish to share their food culture with the Danish population. Tap the link in our bio for the best restaurants bringing global cuisine to Copenhagen—and what to eat at each. Photographed by @GrantCornett, styled by @gatton_michelle and @noemibonazzi, Vogue, July 2017.
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When it comes to easy, breezy West Coast style, few do it better than @ChristyDawn. Tap the link in our bio to learn the @UniqloUSA Sport pieces that she relies on for her 9-to-5, gym-to-desk lifestyle.
Finding a good sunscreen for darker skin, one that won’t leave the unsightly white residue of zinc oxide or titanium dioxide behind, can be a challenge. Tap the link in our bio for the best sunscreens for women of color. Photographed by @patrickDemarchelier, Vogue, May 1992.
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Giambattista Valli loves nothing more than rendering cotton candy as the most tempting fashion proposition. This season his cloud-like creation, the ultimate confection in pale pink tulle, was promptly whisked off the runway and into Celine Dion’s suite at the Ritz.
Celine Dion has a deep affinity for France’s most beloved couture house, and the hourglass New Look silhouette—first revealed to the world in 1947 and updated most recently by Maria Chiuri Grazia, Dior’s first female creative director—comes cut with Old World sophistication and tons of diva-worthy drama.
Of all the divinely pretty looks in Rodarte’s first show in Paris, this intricately embellished jumpsuit had the most star power of them all. Coupled with the sublime floral headpieces of master hairstylist Julien D’ys, and the overall effect falls somewhere between heaven and Celine Dion’s couture-filled dressing room at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
The wild experimentation and fearless classicism of John Galliano’s couture designs for Maison Marigela are right in line with Celine Dion’s brand of joie de vivre. Who else would have the gumption, or shall we say je ne sais quoi, to pull of his deconstructed elegance?
With its precisely cut shoulder and floor-sweeping train, this deep russet velvet and lace dress has the awe-inspiring handwork and exactitude that we’ve come to expect from couture at Valentino. And as Celine Dion demonstrates here, that kind of grandeur will steal the spotlight in the most opulent of spaces.
Much like the title of Celine Dion’s hit francophone album, Encore un Soir, Chanel’s many-petaled evening look holds all the intrigue of a romantic night out in Paris. And in shades of dusky pink and blue, the haute couture ensemble is touched with the same dreamy palette as a sunset on the River Seine.
In Brooklyn, Francisca Montaña is the kind of mother who prefers chicken soup over Sudafed. “I didn’t even want to vaccinate my children,” she says, though she did. When her child began identifying strongly as male, she was initially happy. As a feminist, Montaña was turned off by Barbies, princesses, and any preoccupation with appearance. And when it became clear during second grade that it was more than a passing phase, she gladly helped her child socially transition to male and his chosen name, Q (pictured above). Now eleven, Q is beginning puberty, but Montaña is struggling with the concept of hormone-blocking drugs. “It’s a huge decision, and I need to weigh all the risks. If he doesn’t get the blockers, he’ll be a boy with a woman’s body. He’ll endure bullying and having to explain himself all the time. My ultimate fear is that someone will kill him in the street. He’s Latino and black. Transphobia is real. Racism is real. On the other hand, am I giving him drugs because the world cannot understand my son? Why should he have to change himself?” Like many of the parents, she also worries about his ability to one day have children. “I don’t think he’s old enough to make these decisions,” Montaña says. “I can make partial decisions, but ultimately it’s his body.” For now, Q has yet to initiate the hormone-blocking therapy, but the plan is to do so “if that’s what he decides.” Read more from Montaña and other mothers of trans children who shared their stories with us in the link in our bio. Photographed by @inezandvinoodh, styled by @saramoonves, Vogue, August 2017.
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A photo of Sofia Coppola’s office at her home in Hollywood serves as a snapshot of life at the turn of the millennium. Complete with a computer, fax machine, and fresh-cut flowers, it included "everything the modern writer-director needs to handle life in the fast lane." Photographed by @bruce_weber, Vogue, March 2000.
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An apple a day keeps the doctor away, as the saying goes. Tap the link in our bio for some apple recipes from top chefs that aren't just pie. Photographed by #IrvingPenn, Vogue, February 2002.
“My experience at school was largely positive,” says @lynetteyiadomboakye, “but there were a lot of instances where you came to understand that people saw you differently. I didn’t see color in that way. You would go bounding up like a puppy, completely not thinking about these things, and then you realized that someone had judged you already, and that was that. Sometimes I was singled out by other black girls because I was darker-skinned than a lot of them. My parents were quite unsentimental about this. They would say, ‘This is why you have to excel.’” Today, @lynetteyiadomboakye's hauntingly powerful paintings of black men and women, every one of them fictional, have been attracting more and more attention from enthusiastic audiences. Tap the link in our bio to read our interview the artist about her career path and artistic process. Photographed by @antoncorbijn4real, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, April 2017.
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"@Marni is a temple of playfulness–I love that it is intelligent and against stereotypes," said Francesco Risso, the new creative director of @Marni. "I want to fight to keep that." Photographed by @craigmcdeanstudio, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, June 2017.
@gillianrobespierre and @jennyslate's latest collaboration, Landline, is a film about eternally relatable struggles, but it’s also a film that belongs precisely to the 1990s. In fact, the real star of the film may be nineties New York, where every scrunchie, every record store world music listening station, every manual car window, every pay phone, serves as a reminder that even the very recent past is now a foreign country. Tap the link in our bio to read our full review.
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While @MirandaKerr’s custom @Dior Haute Couture gown was an awe-inspiring ode to her inspiration, Grace Kelly, her wedding day beauty was fit for a princess, too. “I wanted it to be very simple and timeless,” explains Kerr, who prior to her May nuptials, offered a behind-the-scenes look at her makeup trial with Vogue. Watch the full video in the link in our bio.
Are you drowning in a toxic cocktail of the 24/7 news cycle, the now ritual social media outrage, the seemingly bottomless well of spurious think pieces and empty-calorie clickbait? One Vogue editor makes the case for mentally unplugging in the link in our bio. Photographed by #IrvingPenn, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, September 2003.
English artist @anniekevans contributed a portrait of transgender model @harinef to our #Vogue125 x @marni collaboration, which asked artists to define what beauty means to them. “Like art, beauty is subjective, and there is an inherent freedom in that,” Kevans says. “In this unique time in history, when global discrepancies have never been more apparent, transgender models such as @harinef and @andrejapejic remind us how fortunate we are to live in a society that not only accepts diversity but finds it beautiful.”
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Roadside motels—once the darlings of American travel—had all but faded from the spotlight. But fortunately, a new generation of hoteliers (or moteliers, perhaps) are beginning to revive them. Tap the link in our bio for eight motor lodges poised to attract chic travelers on summer road trips. Photographed by @arthurelgort, Vogue, April 1995. #regram@vogueliving_us