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Desire Lines • As her band, Florence + the Machine, releases its ethereal new album, Florence Welch talks to Olivia Marks about what she most wants next.
The Trade-Off • Ada Calhoun’s bohemian father believed family life had to be sacrificed for creativity. Even after 20 years as a writer and mother, she found it hard to get his voice out of her head.
Fresh Cut • Cropped close to the ears and way above the neck, the season’s most compelling hair length offers the promise of transformation. But don’t call it a pixie.
Capri Sun • In celebrated European destinations, new hotels revive sites with stories.
Seeing Colors • Nearly 30 years after launching the iconic brand Stila, makeup artist Jeanine Lobell is revolutionizing the way we think about beauty. Again.
For the Ages • Time-traveling fiction transports.
Totally Psyched • Camille Miceli’s Pucci debut is an ode to the house’s trippy ’70s prints—but it also taps into the label’s (not to mention Miceli’s) sense of joy.
Oil Futures • An ancient ingredient makes a clean-beauty comeback.
An Artist Without Borders • Tavares Strachan’s work takes many forms, ranging from painting to architecture to his latest: an art foundation as multihyphenate as he is.
State of Affairs • A pair of new streaming series—both adapted from best-selling books—consider love, sex, and deception.
The Next Big Step • With little consensus about the hot new shoe, what fits now? Emma Elwick-Bates tries on a few for size.
Set the Tableau • The niece-in-law of Hubert de Givenchy re-creates the couturier’s beloved personal plates.
Everybody Dance Now • The latest fitness craze isn’t just for self-improvement. It’s about community, catharsis—and fun.
Prime Time • After years of customizing her own pre-makeup moisturizer, Pat McGrath launches her debut skin-care product.
Mother Superior • Over a late night in Paris, Rihanna opens up about romance, pregnancy fashion, and what it’s like to carry the bump seen around the world.
Come As You Are • The new formal is full of strong shapes, proportions thrown wonderfully out of whack, and black-tie suiting dripping with jewels. Eveningwear goes wild.
SCREEN TESTS • Part two of the Costume Institute’s landmark American fashion show pairs acclaimed directors with period pieces in the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. And…action!
Her Parade • For the first time since its 1964 debut, Funny Girl is back on Broadway, starring the irrepressible Beanie Feldstein, who has been preparing for the role her whole life.
ALL SHOOK UP • Landing the lead in Elvis was the break of a lifetime for Austin Butler. Jen Wang meets the actor who would be King.
Meet the Parents • And the kids too! Thirteen moms and dads and nine children (almost ten!) celebrate the many joyful ways we come together to form loving families.
JUST ONE THING • Warmer weather calls for a jaunty dress that flows whichever way you do—like this heritage-inspired patchwork piece from Ralph Lauren that goes from horsey to haute.
In Stitches • American style knits together cultures, colors, and textures from across the world—as seen in these chic patchwork pieces.
In This Issue
Cartier earrings • Consider these sky-high jewelry. Dangling with smooth and bulbous emeralds, turquoise stones sharp with right angles, and square-cut diamonds, these earrings make quite the pair. Here on earth, they’ll shimmer in the sun and glimmer in the night—a divine intervention for any collection.