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  1. The Winter Miracle Ingredient That Fixes Everything

    01.25 / 01:10 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    Classics are classics for a reason. Take aloe vera: Used since ancient times for wound healing, the plant (especially in gel form) is still a staple for those sunny summer days when you’ve skimped on SPF. Once temperatures start dropping, however, it tends to get bumped to the backs of medicine cabinets (not that they’d even qualify for a spot on the vanity table). Lately, though, a slew of stylish skin-care products are giving the age-old miracle ingredient a new lease on life. And the…
  2. 18 of Hanne Gaby Odiele’s Best Runway Turns

    01.24 / 02:24 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    At 28 years old, Belgian model Hanne Gaby Odiele has had a thrilling runway career. A perennial Alexander Wang muse, she began her years-long relationship with the New York designer in 2009. In the eight years since her runway debut at Wang’s Fall 2009 outing, Odiele has been a regal femme fatale at Raf Simons’s Dior debut, a proper Versace bombshell, and an elfin Dries Van Noten tomboy. She’s proved she looks just as good in slouchy Saint Laurent as she does in manga-futurist Prada, and sh…
  3. Inside Rebecca Dayan’s Snow-Filled Sundance Film Festival Weekend

    01.24 / 01:11 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    While the weekend followed the inauguration of the 45th president along with a Women’s March, it also was the early days of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Actress Rebecca Dayan joined her fellow females for the premiere of the film Novitiate, written and directed by Margaret Betts. Accompanying Dayan on her adventures on and off the snow-filled red carpets were her costars, Dianna Agron, Margaret Qualley, and Melissa Leo, and Betts who joined the star in Saturday’s women’s m…
  4. Alessandra Ambrosio Pulls a Kate Moss at Paris Fashion Week

    01.24 / 00:33 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    There can only be one Kate Moss, but that hasn’t stopped many supermodels from trying to emulate her style. Moss, who recently celebrated her 43rd birthday, continues to inspire with her signature rock-glam aesthetic. Gigi Hadid channeled the British style icon in a leopard-print topper just last week, and now it seems that Alessandra Ambrosio is paying tribute in her own way at couture Fashion Week in Paris. The Victoria’s Secret Angel’s shaggy fur coat had the Moss statement factor, as we…
  5. Diane von Furstenberg’s Classic Wrap Dress Is Being Reinvented

    01.23 / 22:06 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    When you are Diane von Furstenberg, known to one and all as simply DVF, this is how you recruit your new designer: During the interview, you hang upside down off a stately chintz sofa at London’s Claridge’s hotel while your potential hire, Jonathan Saunders, lies stretched out beside you. You chat for an hour, maybe two, perhaps three—because, really, who’s counting when you’re having fun? Ebullient, fearless, colorful (both aesthetically and temperamentally), and never given to play by the…
  6. Kendall Jenner Wins in This New Game-Changing Trouser

    01.23 / 22:04 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    If there’s one thing fashion can count on the model squad for it’s directional off-duty style. From Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell to Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, each generation has redefined the rule on cool, casual fashion. And last night in Paris, Kendall Jenner changed the game again in a pair of leather jeans, a piece that seems to be regaining popularity, while last week Quantico star Priyanka Chopra ditched her faded blues for the glam rock staple. Jenner, meanwhile, chose to dre…
  7. 1,246 Diamonds and 1,000 Hours to Complete: How Boucheron Made Its Latest Masterpiece

    01.23 / 21:28 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    Ivy is one of Claire Choisne’s obsessions. It was the first motif she plucked from the archives for her debut as creative director at Boucheron; there followed a collection reprising the paved streets of Paris with the occasional shoot of ivy peeking through. Five years on, ivy runs riot through Boucheron’s landmark salons, both literally and, most strikingly, as a reiteration of the signature question-mark necklace. Inspired by a Frédéric Boucheron design from 1881, the headliner of the “L…
  8. New Year, New Hair! 5 Transformative Cuts for 2017

    01.23 / 20:51 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    What is it about a new year that inspires dramatic change? While a quick wardrobe switch up is always a welcome idea, there’s nothing quite as transformative—or as instantly satisfying—as a new haircut. Look no further for inspiration: Whether you’re seeking an abbreviated chop, à la model Adwoa Aboah’s bleached crop, or are in the mood for a modern-day upgrade on Jane Birkin‘s feathery, trim-them-yourself bangs, there’s no rule that says high impact has to mean high maint…
  9. What Exactly Is a Towel Charm? A Brief Investigation

    01.23 / 20:14 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    What exactly is a towel charm? Even for those fluent in the most niche of décor object vocabulary, this question is likely to flummox. But the topic of towel charms resurfaced after The New York Times ran an article this weekend on second lady Karen Pence. Mrs. Pence, the Times reminded readers, previously ran a “towel charm” business, which she put on hold shortly after her husband, Vice President Mike Pence, joined the Trump campaign last summer. Mrs. Pence, a teacher and occasional arti…
  10. Gabriela Hearst Wins Woolmark’s AU$100,000 Womenswear Prize

    01.23 / 18:23 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    It’s the doyenne of all fashion prizes: Launched in 1953, the International Woolmark Prize honored the following year two then-emerging womenswear designers, Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld. Fast-forward to 2017: As the Spring couture shows get under way, the International Woolmark Prize returned to the City of Light for the global finals, which were announced this evening at the Palais de Tokyo. Womenswear designer Gabriela Hearst and menswear designers Ben Cottrell and Matthew Dai…
  11. Victoria Beckham Puts a Couture Spin on This Street Style Beauty Trend

    01.23 / 17:09 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    Paris Couture Week kicked off yesterday, promising a fresh wellspring of decadent hair and makeup inspiration from the front rows to the streets. The first standout beauty moment came courtesy of Victoria Beckham this morning, who grounded a smart pair of fluid tangerine pants and powder blue silk top with a refined-yet-tousled knot. It’s the kind of on-the-go style that channels off-duty model and French-girl cool in equal measure, particularly since it looks that much better with s…
  12. 6 Things to Know About Dior’s Spring 2017 Couture Show

    01.23 / 15:19 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    Maria Grazia Chiuri made her couture debut at Dior today in Paris. The collection, presented on a sylvan set in the grounds of the Musée Rodin, was an enchanted take on house codes, from the Bar jacket to the femme fleur, infused with some of Chiuri’s own magical inspirations. Unlike the sleek, modernist designs of her predecessor, Raf Simons, Chiuri’s collection edged into the romantic and whimsical, with semi-sheer dresses, floating pastel skirts, and feathered headpieces that evoked wood…
  13. In Slovenia, Melania Trump–Themed Merchandise Sells

    01.23 / 13:29 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    Melania Trump may be America’s newest First Lady, but she is already quite the celebrity in her home country of Slovenia. In the small picturesque town of Sevnica, where she grew up, small businesses have created a range of goodies dedicated to the new First Lady, including a cake named “Melanija,” (the Slovene spelling of “Melania”), a jar of honey with her portrait, and a wine titled “First Lady.” He may have been born in Queens, but even…
  14. Calvin Klein Launches Made-to-Measure Service

    01.23 / 00:01 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    Raf Simons’s couture sensibility is coming to America. The chief creative officer of Calvin Klein, who designed couture during his previous stint at Dior, will launch made-to-measure clothing and accessories services at Calvin Klein on April 1. The range, called Calvin Klein By Appointment, pledges to offer unique pieces, previously only made for celebrity clientele, to CK fans looking for a special slice of Simons’s creativity for themselves. “Calvin Klein is not only about i…
  15. Of Course Rihanna Was the Best-Dressed Protester at the Women’s March

    01.22 / 17:53 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    A photo posted by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Jan 21, 2017 at 7:14pm PST   Among the millions of protesters who put their feet down in the name of gender equality at yesterday’s Women’s Marches, Rihanna did so in the coolest of fashions. Taking to the New York streets last night in front of the Trump Tower in an all-pink ensemble, the pop singer was eager to take down the patriarchy in style. Wearing a bright pink “This Pussy Grabs Back” sweatshirt and a frothy Molly Goddard tulle mini…
  16. These It Girls Prove Why Staying in Bed Is the Best Weekend Hair Strategy

    01.22 / 00:09 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    As winter continues to enjoy its annual deep freeze, staying under the covers may seem like a viable option. But what happens when you take the appealing insouciance of sleepy Saturday beauty out on the town—and just look like you’ve spent the weekend lazing in bed? A cadre of It girls can be counted on for cues, taking to Instagram to showcase lengths fuzzed with sweater-born static, mimicking the eternal cool of straight-out-of-bed style. Lou Doillon braced against the cold with a but…
  17. The Most Inspiring Moments From the Speeches at the Women’s March on Washington

    01.21 / 19:14 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    Hundreds of thousands united at the Women’s March on Washington today, and at sister marches in states and cities across the country and the world. They came in pink pussycat hats and “Keep Abortion Legal” signs (not to mention more than a few posters that read, “I Can’t Believe I’m Still Marching About This Shit”). Among them: celebrity speakers including Gloria Steinem (honorary co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington), America Ferrera, Michael Moore, and Ashley Judd. Here, most elect…
  18. From Pyramids to Peacocks: A Milan-Based Fashion Maven Heads to Mexico

    01.21 / 15:34 www.vogue.com Vogue.com -Fashion
    The Milan-based fashion designer and purveyor of vintage wares, J.J. Martin, has an eye for design. So it’s no wonder that the owner of the cult-favorite store La Double J. would appreciate a chic hotel. Martin traveled recently to the Tulum’s Hotel Esencia, ostensibly for a pop-up shop of her colorfully printed dresses, but also for some much needed rest and relaxation. “It was so glamorous and at the same time so laid-back, with coconuts, natural wood, and straw huts everywhere,” she says…