Setting the standard for over 100 years has made Vogue the best selling fashion magazine in the world.
Land of Talk • Is gossip a pernicious social ill—or a bond that makes us human? Catherine Ostler speaks up for the defense.
A Life in Objects • Karl Lagerfeld filled his many glorious homes with many glorious things. On the eve of a series of Sotheby’s auctions, Hamish Bowles recalls the designer’s treasures.
Fringe Benefits • Just in time for the holidays, bigger, thicker, darker lashes—for everyone—are rewriting the rules of who gets to be glamorous.
Stay Awhile • New hotels welcome visitors back to New York City.
A Bountiful Bookshelf • There’s no better present than a good read.
Blue Period • Denim—you may have noticed—is having a moment. Glenn Martens couldn’t have timed his arrival at Diesel better.
Vase Value • A pandemic-prompted reset led Laird Gough to the potter’s wheel.
In Good Hands • A new class of at-home devices purports to lift, smooth, de-puff, re-plump, and revive pandemic-weary complexions. But can anything this easy be that effective? asks Maya Singer.
Sketch Artist • After making his couture debut, Hollywood’s favorite tattoo maestro is inking a new chapter—and a skin-care line is just the beginning.
Dual Perspective • The latest from two celebrated directors.
Hot for the Aughts • Liana Satenstein takes the retro-riche charms of Blumarine for a bedazzled spin around the city.
Carried Away • With an unforgettable role, Sarah Jessica Parker defined a way of being glamorous, fallible, and lovable all at once. Now, as Carrie Bradshaw returns, she’s ready to do it all over again.
Let the Sunshine In • In Northern France, John Galliano has created a home befitting the idiosyncratic beauty of his tenure at Maison Margiela. Hamish Bowles pays a call to the treasure-filled hideaway.
BRIGHT STAR • Andrew Garfield illuminates the brief and brilliant life of Rent creator Jonathan Larson in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut, Tick, Tick… Boom!
Portrait Mode • Deana Lawson is revered for her startling, intimate photographs. For the first time in almost a decade, on the occasion of a major museum show, she turns the camera on herself—and debuts the results for Vogue.
MAKING SPACE • A return to the home Iman once shared with her late husband David Bowie brought back old memories, and spurred a new creative pursuit: to capture their romance in a fragrance.
TRUE BLUE • Where better than in Rome, the Eternal City, to show off a classic fabric’s timeless appeal—whether dressed down for daytime or up for evening.
The Giving Tree • Whether you’re shopping for children or grandparents, homebodies or boulevardiers: Browse on for nature-inspired gifts for every person on your list.
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