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THE RUN-THROUGH WITH VOGUE • The most riveting stories in fashion, culture, and politics from around the globe.
The Finish Line • Over more than a decade of covering politics, Annie Karni has seen the human side of campaigns—and learned that losses teach us as much about ourselves, and our candidates, as victories do.
Graphic Detail • As cotton-candy pink goes mainstream and blue becomes a regular runway fixture, the future of hair color is here.
Making Space • Nicolas Di Felice has taken Courrèges’s sci-fi futurism and made it, says Mark Holgate, move to the beat of the global street.
Get Real • As the complexion care market booms, MAC—the backstage beauty authority—is banking on the idea of building makeup from the skin up.
Signs and Symbols • New books ask how artists, designers, and writers make their mark.
Blanket Coverage • The humble (or not!) blanket has become fashion’s newest canvas. By Emma Elwick-Bates.
From the Ground Up • A new resort in NewYork state brings you to nature and nature to you.
Back in Bloom • Bruno Frisoni, a master of unabashedly joyous shoes, relaunches his label.
Collective Soul • In the season’s best new documentaries and dramatic films, we’re all stronger together.
Hollywood and Vine • The curious case of Brad Pitt, Château Miraval, and a compelling new luxury beauty line. By Kathleen Baird-Murray.
Free Form • A hero of San Francisco’s art scene gets another look.
A Love Story • Jennifer Lopez has always led with her heart. Now, newly wed and about to release a highly personal album, she has achieved something hard-won: true happiness.
Coming Clean • Model Abby Champion and her boyfriend, actor Patrick Schwarzenegger, head to Germany’s remote Frisian Islands to experience Lanserhof’s brand of ascetic wellness. Vassi Chamberlain and her (reluctant) husband follow their lead. Photographed by Dan Martensen.
The Female Gaze • When Jenna Gribbon met musician Mackenzie Scott, it changed the way she thought about painting—and the possibilities for female portraiture.
The Emergency • What seemed a slight tremor in her seven-year-old daughter’s hand rapidly became a sign of something much more serious. Novelist Allegra Goodman recalls the night that changed her life.
The Awkward Age • With its offbeat premise, stirring score, and superlative cast, Kimberly Akimbo is planting a flag for the wonderfully weird on Broadway.
Lost and Found • During a tumultuous childhood in Russia, Natalia Vodianova and her youngest sister, Jenna, were separated by adoption. Two decades later, DNA testing brought about a grateful, unexpected reunion.
Finders Keepers • This holiday season, the search is on for the shiniest, sparkliest, go-forbroke-glamorous accessories—from jubilant jewels to high-visibility heels.
Full House • There is, as ever, no place quite like home for the holidays. Make the big trip back this year bearing beguiling gifts for kids of any age—from one to 92.
Prada bag • When it comes to Prada’s latest accessories, gold isn’t all that glitters. Case in point: this rectangular, top-handle bag that shimmers with a smattering of crystal rhinestones in four sizes. Find just the right light, and this accessory becomes the world’s most elegant mirror ball—in other words, it’s exactly what you want to carry to your next holiday party.