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Of the Farm • In the 1970s, Martha McPhee lived on a rambling property with siblings, half-siblings, and her frequently naked parents. The farm was named after a utopia—but for a sensitive young girl coming of age, life was far from it.
Eternal Moments • A new exhibition and book plot out the Bloomsbury group’s influence on fashion.
In Her Shoes • The always-original Chloë Sevigny tries out the surprising new collaboration between Miu Miu and Church’s.
Fine Lines • Drake Carr’s provocative artwork imbues fashion illustration with a louche glamour.
The Italian Job • Ginori issues a line of home furnishings and fabrics.
Lost and Found • Recalling a beloved Chanel lipstick, Chloe Schama searches color databases, high-tech matching tools, and the complexities of memory.
Balearic Boom • A new guard of hotels is quietly leveling up Mallorca’s offerings.
Flights of Fiction • New books range from past to present.
The Art of Being Lee Miller • Lee Miller was a photographer, war correspondent, fashion model, art world muse, and an adventurer par excellence. For Kate Winslet, she’s the role of a lifetime.
Basic Instincts • Minimalists, rejoice! Elegantly unfussy shapes come with a playful sense of possibility this fall.
The Hot Seat • Karine Jean-Pierre has made history as President Biden’s White House press secretary. She’s also made waves. Mattie Kahn reports.
GOOD PRESS • Gutenberg!—a musical about the inventor of the printing press—might just be the unlikeliest thing to hit Broadway in years, and also the most delightful. Marley Marius meets its champions.
ALAÏA ANEW • FOLLOWING THE LEGENDARY AZZEDINE ALAÏA SEEMED ALL BUT IMPOSSIBLE. THEN PIETER MULIER CAME ALONG. NATHAN HELLER MEETS A DESIGNER WITH AN EYE FOR THE PAST—AND A VISION FOR THE FUTURE.
Sensitivity Training • Gentle skin care is the regime du jour. Does that mean less is more? Or creams and serums galore? Lauren Mechling investigates.
Happy Feet • The season’s most covetable accessories don’t hang on the arm, dangle from the ear, or clasp about the neck. They’re boots—shiny, sparkly, and even plumed, but still perfectly walkable.
Facing the World • Vogue’s first-ever global open-casting initiative gathered 60,000 submissions, from everywhere on Earth. Here are our eight finalists.
Tricks and Treats • As spooky season descends, a few ideas for crafting a scary-good wardrobe.
In This Issue
Louis Vuitton bracelet • Inspired by shifting tectonic plates, this Louis Vuitton haute jewelry bracelet—there’s also a coordinating necklace—consists of a string of diamonds and oval cabochon-cut opals, a yellow gold chain link, and a riviera of brilliant-cut zircons. Sparkling throughout are 320 custom-cut diamonds—and, with a bit of unfastening, the opal section detaches (hence the piece’s name: Rupture), creating a second bracelet to dazzle your wrist. We call that groundbreaking.