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Hope & Change
Full Bloom • As one of the faces of Gucci’s latest scent, actor and new mother Jodie Turner-Smith is celebrating many fresh beginnings.
Reel Life • Odessa A’zion shines in Netflix’s gritty, hyperreal new drama Grand Army.
This Woman’s Work • In a new book, model Karen Elson revisits the high highs and dispiriting lows of an iconic career in fashion.
Reviving Rebecca • With its vibrant, modern-feeling costumes, a new adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s Gothic novel reimagines the story in glorious color.
Me Time • We all want to live longer, but is a prolonged life a healthy, happy one? Jancee Dunn looks at the science that says it might be possible.
Easy Rider • After months of lockdown, Hamish Bowles discovers a new means of getting around town.
Life Studies • Martin Amis’s maximalist new work is a confession, a tell-all, and an elegy.
Work the Loom • With his richly layered textiles, Diedrick Brackens summons the spirit of both kente cloth and the Unicorn tapestries.
THE NEW AGE • Joe Biden’s running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, is a symbol of hope and healing for millions of Americans. Tracy K. Smith meditates on why Harris feels like history in the making.
Cuz She Loves You • At a time of unprecedented strife, struggle, and opportunity, Claudia Rankine meets up—at a distance—with Lizzo, the musical sage who wants us to get through this moment together.
CAN FASHION BE POLITICAL? • ALWAYS—but now more than ever. As the world undergoes a radical TRANSFORMATION, Maya Singer looks at how the INDUSTRY is reckoning with MOMENTOUS and much-needed CHANGE.
LOVE & PROTEST • Janaya Future Khan’s activism is as politically uncompromising as it is spiritually generous. Carvell Wallace reports.
I LOVE NEW YORK • In a tribute to the unbreakable spirit of the city, we dressed a few of our favorite locals in fall’s chic suiting, extraordinary eveningwear, and everything in between. Then we let them do the rest.
An American Feast • With his new book, chef Marcus Samuelsson is putting Black food at the center of a (long-overdue) culinary conversation.
RING, RING, BLING BLING • All dressed up with nowhere to go? These actors, musicians, and other creative types see it differently: Time at home—with pets, loved ones, and some high-shine baubles—is a moment to refresh artistic energies.
Clean Scheme • Spas of the past traded in intimacy and a hands-on, holistic approach. Today it’s practitioners behind plexiglass and Clorox between clients. Naomi Fry considers what it means to indulge.
Counting on the Country • Model turned organic farmer Kirsten Owen has spent much of the last 15 years growing blueberries in Vermont. Dressed in fall’s rustic delights, she and her daughter, Billie Rose, show us around the farm.
Safe Travels • There are plenty of ways to skip town responsibly this fall, from packing for a cross-country road trip to setting up camp somewhere pretty—and perfectly remote.
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