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Into the Woods • With their seductive depiction of 20-something life, Sally Rooney’s novels catapulted her to literary superstardom. Her latest book reckons with the thornier aspects of fame.
Looking at Us • The new two-part exhibition on American fashion at the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute does more than tell us what we wore: It reveals who we are.
The Body Shop • Mickalene Thomas—whose new work will be exhibited in five galleries simultaneously this fall—is a remix artist who embraces the high and the low.
Bright Future • Lipstick is back—and actor Kristine Froseth is ready to mouth off.
Sister Act • A new biography takes a look at the heroic, patriotic, and quietly influential Catherine Dior.
Flying Solo • A new global generation of independent designers is letting their creativity soar.
Go Time • With an expansive New York flagship and her first product line—a kit of travel-ready essentials—facialist Joanna Czech is ready for liftoff.
Lights, Camera, Exhibition • Los Angeles’s new Academy Museum looks at the past and future of cinema.
Circular Motion • Beauty’s next frontier? Maximum payoff with minimal environmental impact.
The X Factor • For decades, Lamine Kouyaté has been a champion of sustainability—and Paris’s stealth superstar. Now fashion is finally catching up with his label, Xuly.Bët.
Family Stone • After a decade of cooking for the art world, chef Mina Stone turns to her own lineage for inspiration.
Bottle Drop • Rihanna gets Fenty into the world of fine fragrance.
Fair Game • Fashion Fair Cosmetics was once the most influential Black beauty brand in America. Now, with new owners and new formulas, it’s back to reclaim the market it helped define.
Copper Tops • An unlikely hair color is turning up everywhere, from TikTok to the Versace runway. There’s a good reason for that.
Close to Home • With new work and a philanthropic project, jeweler Ana Khouri is focused on her native Brazil.
9/11/21 • Memory, history, and one breathtaking view.
ALL IN A DAY’S WERK • As a talented array of models and designers takes over Vogue’s offices, Maya Singer reports on how new faces are changing modeling—and challenging definitions of beauty.
MORE IS MORE! モア・イズ・モア MÁS ES MÁS TOUJOURS PLUS! • THIS IS FASHION BY THE NUMBERS ON AN EPIC SCALE: 35 THRILLING LOOKS—FROM REIMAGINED LEATHER TO BEYOND-BOLD SPINS ON KNITWEAR—WORN BY 14 MODELS IN A COLLABORATION ACROSS ALL 27 OF OUR EDITIONS AROUND THE WORLD.
Speaking the same language • When Raf Simons joined Miuccia Prada at her iconic label, the fashion world talked nonstop about this most unexpected of collaborations. A year on, the designers tell Afua Hirsch what powers their conversations—while a new crop of acting stars wear the fruits of their creative dialogue.
MEET THE PRESS • White House press secretary Jen Psaki has mended critical fences with the fourth estate. Just don’t call her nice.
TAKE TWO • When Tomo Koizumi got his hands on a toile from the Margiela Artisanal atelier—and Margiela’s John Galliano on a dress from Koizumi’s spring 2021 collection—each designer channeled his creativity into dazzling new confections.
Mr. Personality • The 22-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas has more going for him than a killer forehand. A love of travel. A keen interest in graphic design. An appreciation of essential oils. Lauren Collins meets tennis’s most lovable eccentric.
Earthly Delights • The early-20th-century landscape designer Beatrix Farrand was...