Setting the standard for over 100 years has made Vogue the best selling fashion magazine in the world.
Goodbye, Vogue House! • It’s the end of an era in Mayfair. As our UK sibling relocates its headquarters, three former staffers recall office life, British Vogue–style.
The Play’s the Thing • For Sarah Paulson, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s Appropriate proved an irresistible lure back to Broadway.
Sneak Peak • An under-the-radar new wellness destination.
Fashionable Figures • Marley Marius investigates the rich history of artists working with clothes—in their lives and, more urgently, in their work.
True Tone • A new generation is experimenting with the idea that your “season” determines your most flattering shades. Lynn Yaeger, a devotee of the muted palette, spins the color wheel.
Put a Bow on It • Preppy, princess, or punk—the humble hair ribbon is once more flying high.
Home Is Where the Art Is • Online design retailer Abask expands.
Picture Perfect • Books by (and about) creatives light a festive spark.
RAISING HER GAME • On the eve of releasing a new album, Nicki Minaj is in a contemplative mood, thinking about marriage, motherhood, alter egos, creativity, and confidence.
People in the Sun • The work of legendary American painter Edward Hopper—so redolent of moody solitude and Cape Cod sunlight—sets the scene for fashion with a charmingly mid-century sense of modernity.
WHEN ART MET FASHION • Fashion loves art, and designers love to pay tribute to artists—Yves Saint Laurent put Piet Mondrian on his graphic mini, Miu Miu collaborated with John Wesley, Dior’s Kim Jones has worked with Peter Doig, and Louis Vuitton handbags brandish Yayoi Kusama’s dots, to name just a few. But what if an artist was directly asked to make something that was inspired by a designer? For this portfolio, that’s exactly what happened. We asked 10 artists from different parts of the world if they would respond to recent collections. Vogue paired each one with a particular designer, and the artist had complete freedom to do whatever they wanted.
Out of This World • The future is on Lauren Sánchez’s mind—from wedding planning to an all-female trip to outer space. There’s the fate of the planet to consider too.
PAST LIVES • A love of all things romantically faded and careworn inspired Alessandro Michele to turn a grand Roman apartment into his home, one teeming with centuries of history.
Merry and Bright • Whether you’re in the mood for giving or getting, big colors—and a little shimmer—go the distance this season.
In This Issue
Works in Progress • Our portfolio of Last Looks sees clay, wire, and stick bricolage vignettes adorned with the season’s most dazzling pieces.