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Lost and Found • Feeling anxious and full of dread in quarantine—and watching her children thrive—Virginia Heffernan wonders, Where does control end and bliss begin?
Assembly Required • At a national moment of reckoning, how can fashion show up for the Black community?
Powder Players • Touted—and dismissed—for their beauty-boosting benefits, collagen supplements take an immune-enhancing tack.
Goodbye to All That • A rigorous closet cleanse yields valuable lessons—and some things worth leaving behind.
Objects From Afar
Keep Calm and Reapply • Is “anti-stress” skin care the beauty salve for our times? asks Jancee Dunn.
Wild Life • Vibrant debuts and summer affairs light up the season’s new fiction.
Sniff, Memory • With air travel drastically altered, a host of new fragrances brings the world to you.
Turning Pointe • Does ballet’s forced experiment with digital performance have legs?
Routine Matters • With salons and fitness studios deemed nonessential, how important is it to continue keeping up appearances?
Point of View
Game Changer • She’s an athlete at the pinnacle of her sport—but with the world in upheaval, the Olympics postponed, and a shadow hanging over American gymnastics, Simone Biles has had to be resilient as never before. Abby Aguirre reports on a champion looking ahead.
GROUNDSWELL • At a testing moment for the country and the world, where can inspiring leadership be found? Not in the places you expect.
HEAD OVER HEELS • Remember weddings? The pomp, the circumstance, the romance… and the party? With precious few of them happening in real life, we dreamed up our own “I do” celebration for the ages
Save the Date • When the coronavirus shut down just about everything, Alexandra Schwartz had to quickly reevaluate her plan for a summer wedding, and to contemplate what it was she wanted from marriage in the first place.
A NEW VIEW • From California canyons to the coast of Ireland, four women photographers channel the spirit of summer to capture pieces laden with color, craftsmanship, texture, and pattern play.
Worlds Apart • Three staffers representing Vogues around the globe exchange style notes—and dream of dressing for life after lockdown.
In This Issue
Diarrablu mules, $135 • Made in a Senegalese workshop by local artisans, these mules are perfect for milling about. Wrapped in a blotchy indigo jacquard textile, the flats end in a babouche-style point with skinny strips—for crisscrossing around the ankles—that evoke the ballet slipper. And for an added edge, there’s a strap of pumpkin-colored leather to help keep it all in place. It’s a shoe for the world traveler—even if you’re staying put this summer.