Month: September 2021

Photography by Cole Burston/AFP via Getty ImagesHow to spend September 30 — and where to buy an orange shirt. By Natalie Michie Date September 29, 2021 Facebook Twitter Content warning: This story discusses residential schools and violence against Indigenous people. Canada’s Residential School Survivors and Family Crisis Line is available 24 hours a day at
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Courtesy of the designers; Prada: Emmanuel Wong Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Once, a collaboration was the ultimate in cred—high married to low, luxe mingled with quotidian. But after this just-concluded Milan Fashion Week, that kind of move looks so, well, 2020. Now, designers who once
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Kylie Jenner just announced her second pregnancy via IGTV to 142 million people—for context, that’s around 100 million more views than the inauguration of our 46th President Joe Biden—and now, her next move? Launch a baby line, of course. Enter Kylie Baby; Jenner’s new seven-piece baby care collection ranging from shampoos and conditioners to bath
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Donatella Versace gives Met Gala advice to Emma Chamberlain, and Maluma talks about his red cowboy-inspired Met look. Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub Want to hear more from our editors? Subscribe to the magazine ►► http://bit.ly/2wXh1VW Check out our new podcast ‘In Vogue: The 1990s’ ►► https://link.chtbl.com/iv-yt-description ABOUT VOGUE Vogue is
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When Rosalía first started performing at the age of 16, she couldn’t afford a makeup artist. “I did my makeup before every show, and the first thing I bought was M.A.C’s Ruby Woo,” she shared over the phone. That’s why today’s announcement feels beyond surreal to the neo-flamenco singer. She’s collaborated with the iconic makeup
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College campuses have officially reopened, and if the pressure surrounding this new phase of adulthood wasn’t enough, students are now having to navigate the challenges of attending school in the midst of a pandemic — often after months and months of remote learning. Needless to say, if you’re dealing with overwhelming anxiety and persistent worry
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For much of 2020, I was in Portland, Oregon, where I live part-time. During my quiet, solitary existence, I was surrounded by nature. I became more attuned to the magic of trees and birds. A robin built a nest on my deck for the first time in the seven years I’ve lived in my Portland
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Photography by Raymond Hall/Getty Images)The oversized hoodie design channels classic Yeezy coziness. By Natalie Michie Date September 29, 2021 Facebook Twitter After kicking off its brand partnership with a surprise drop in June, the Yeezy Gap collaboration is back with a new item that’s already making waves on the internet. The “Yeezy Gap Hoodie” has
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@nbcolympics How Olympic skiers train in the summer ☀️⛷ (🎥 IG/morganschild) @usskiandsnowboardteam #skiing #training #teamusa ♬ original sound – NBCOlympics Effortlessly gliding through freshly packed snow; zipping through turns on cold, clear winter days; and flipping through air — while attached to skis! — makes freestyle skiing one of the most impressive and exciting Winter
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Sonia Szóstak/Courtesy of Magda Butrym “I don’t really believe in a red-carpet gown, per se,” says designer Meryll Rogge, speaking of that peculiar artifact of late-20th-century popular culture that seemed destined for extinction even before the great social awakening and the pandemic put the final nails in its sequined-and-satin bodycon coffin. Remember when evening-wear trends
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