@mollymgoddard 's vision—and her odd, distinctive clothing—has captivated the imagination of the fashion world. Tap the link in our bio for more. Photographed by @scandebergs , styled by @verityparker , Vogue, March 2018.
The last couple of years have seen storied fashion houses taken over by designers who aren’t interested in just blithely looking back. Tap the link in our bio for how this new generation of freethinking designers are shaking it up. Photographed by @MikaelJansson , styled by #CamillaNickerson , Vogue, March 2018.
New Zealand’s prime minister, @jacindaardern , is young, dynamic, forward-looking, and unabashedly liberal—call her the anti-Trump. Tap the link in our bio for more. Photographed by @derekhendersonphoto , styled by Kathryn Neale, Vogue, March 2018.
The casting at Christopher Bailey’s final show for @Burberry encapsulated the effortlessly cool look he’s best known for while celebrating the fact that the collection itself was dedicated to LGBTQ youth. Tap the link in our bio to see his entire Spring 2018 collection. Photographed by @coreytenold.
Christopher Bailey, whose final collection for @Burberry shows today, has acted as a game-changing pioneer in the time of the globalization of fashion, a revolutionary titan of industry who leapt to the forefront by harnessing every technical innovation that has hit the world in the digital age. Under his watch, a company formerly known as little more than an unexciting British producer of raincoats and checked scarves has exploded into a vast empire. Tap the link in our for a look back on his legacy at @Burberry. Photographed by Steven Meisel, May 2009.
What the future holds for Fashion Week here is very much an open question, but whichever way it shakes out we’re confident about American fashion. Tap the link in our bio to see our picks for New York’s top 10 collections. Photographed by @coreytenold.
Roger Federer is once again the number one tennis player in the world, making him the oldest player to ever hold the top spot. "Roger is absolutely terrific with numbers: twenty Grand Slam victories, eight Wimbeldon wins, five consecutive US Opens—and he's the father to not one but two sets of twins," said Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour. "When you take into account that kind of winning streak, who else could become the world's oldest number one player at the age of 36 than Roger?" Link in bio to read more about his stunning victory. Photographed by @theo123456 , Met Gala, 2017
“You don’t have any authority to do this job, you know.” In 1997, Adrienne Miller became the literary and fiction editor of Esquire at the age of 25, and quickly learned that whatever power her job conferred would not protect her from aggressively sexist behavior in the literary world. Tap the link in our bio for Miller's story of working in an industry of unchecked male egos long before the momentous #MeToo movement began.
Photograph by @ArthurElgort for Vogue, 1995
During the escaramuza season, which typically runs from February to November, riders practice twice a week for two to three hours. The U.S. nationals take place over Labor Day weekend, and the grand finale, a competition in Mexico that brings together the top 80 or so teams from both sides of the border, happens in late October or early November. Here, members of Triana de Aguascalientes, an escaramuza team from north-central Mexico. Tap the link in our bio for more. Photographed by @devindoyle.
Escaramuza, an event within the larger rodeo-like sport known as charrería (now recognized as Mexico’s national sport) is comprised of teams of up to 16 women (though only eight can compete at a time) performing a series of routines inside a lienzo charro, or stadium, at breakneck galloping speeds—all while riding sidesaddle. Above, Catalina Quiroga of the Santa Rosa oro team from Monterrey, Nuevo León rides her horse prior to competition. For more on Escaramuza, tap the link in our bio. Photographed by @devindoyle.
Last year, photographer Devin Doyle, who’d spent two years photographing high school rodeo culture in the United States, became curious as to what the Mexican equivalent might look like. After all, he says, “It’s the same land, the same ranching culture.” What he found was an exciting competitive equestrian sport performed by women dressed in stunning traditional costumes, a sport directly inspired by the Adelitas—the female soldiers who fought in the Mexican Revolution. Tap the link in our bio for the full story. Photographed by @devindoyle.
Yesterday’s attack at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida marks what is now the 18th school shooting so far in 2018. The tragedy is now among the 10 deadliest in American history. These numbers are disturbing and unacceptable. Thoughts and prayers have never been enough. The Congressional stalemate over gun safety legislation must end now. Tap the link in our bio for a series of powerful personal essays on gun control and safety.
Persistent endometriosis and intolerable pain led @lenadunham to make a devastating decision: to have a hysterectomy at 31. Tap the link in our bio to read her story, in her own words. Photographed by #NormanJeanRoy .
Some moments just can’t be missed. Head over to @voguerunway to see @kyle_maclachlan take over our Instagram stories from @calvinklein 's Fall 2018 show last night. (Full collection is also up in the link in our bio.)
On the eve of Valentine's Day, one Vogue writer tells the story of how she met someone worth marrying. It all started with a question: "Are you my boyfriend?" Tap the link in our bio to read more. Illustration by @charlotte.ager.
In the last few years, a new generation of designers has been shaking up storied fashion houses. From Maria Grazia Chiuri at Dior to Anthony Vaccarello at Saint Laurent and more, these designers aren't interested in blithely looking back, and we celebrate them this month by photographing their spring 2018 collections on an equally compelling cast of characters. @nickiminaj photographed by @mikaeljansson , styled by #CamillaNickerson , Vogue, March 2018
@desmondisamazing , the 10-year-old drag kid who went viral dancing in a tutu during the 2015 Pride Parade, stole the show at #NYFW when he walked the runway at Gypsy Sport. “I was dying I was so happy,” he explained. Tap the link in our bio to read more about why he loves the 90s era and how he rises above the haters. Photo: Courtesy of @desmondisamazing
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is now in its 142nd year, meaning that it is has been around for longer than both the Super Bowl and the Triple Crown thoroughbred races. At the Meet the Breeds event the Saturday preceding the show's kickoff on Monday, thousands of rain-slicked humans huddled into Pier 92/94 for a chance to breathe the same rarified air as some of the world's most elite breeds—in total, some 2,882 dogs from across the country. At least two of the dogs in attendance had recently appeared on SNL a few had their agents in tow. All, without a doubt, were very good dogs. Tap the link in our bio to see more canine star power.
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