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In Their Nature
Face Value • When a case of Bell’s palsy robbed playwright Sarah Ruhl of her ability to smile, she came to fully appreciate how much it meant to her.
California King • Artist and photographer Eli Russell Linnetz is bringing his free-spirited and supremely West Coast perspective to fashion with his label, ERL.
History Lessons • Family, faith, and politics collide in Jonathan Franzen’s latest.
Rouge Agent • Blush—the more saturated the better—is the makeup manifestation of our reentry. Leslie Camhi thinks pink.
Walk This Way • One of the most basic forms of exercise is being newly lauded as a salve for mental and physical health—and a reason to get outside. Samhita Mukhopadhyay steps to it.
Mad About Manolo • Friends and collaborators toast Manolo Blahnik’s incomparable brilliance.
Lake Effect • Edie Campbell’s English countryside retreat is a family affair at its airy, tranquil best.
Tying the Knot • A collaboration between the artist Daniel Arsham and Tiffany is part of an inspired limited series.
WILD STYLE • When fashion embraces puffers and parkas amid Iceland’s stunningly untamed backdrops, a spirit of adventure runs gloriously—and glamorously—rampant.
A WORLD APART • A Lorde has established her own way of being a pop star: playful, passionate, and wary of the rituals of fame. She talks to Rob Haskell about her blissed-out comeback.
Down the Rabbit Hole • For decades, Annie Leibovitz has created entire worlds in a single frame. Vogue celebrates the publication of her new book, Wonderland, by looking back at some of her most iconic images.
The Adventurer • More than two decades into her acting career, Camille Cottin has suddenly become an in-the-know sensation.
LAND OF PLENTY • During the pandemic many artists turned to outdoor—en plein air—painting. What began as a necessity became a balm. Dodie Kazanjian speaks with the artists reinventing the genre.
Gaining Ground • With her recent arrival on the modeling scene, Quannah Chasinghorse has signaled an exciting new era for Indigenous representation in fashion. Here, she takes fall’s best feathers and furs—both real and faux—into Colorado’s wide open spaces.