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  • about 5 hours ago
    What can you expect from an unseasonably warm week in Paris? Lots of bright colors, Hawaiian shirts, and sneakers—all the better for running to the dozens of shows and appointments on the jam-packed calendar. See all of @mrstreetpeeper's best street style photos so far in the link in our bio.
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  • about 7 hours ago
    With his most recent album, All-Amerikkkan Bada$$, @joeybadass has expanded both his sound and his perspective, rapping about systemic oppression, police brutality, and racism. We caught up with the wise-beyond-his-years rapper in his hometown to discuss his views on style, his desire to motivate and inspire through his art, and his spiritual beliefs (including his collection of crystals) in the link in our bio. Video by Tari Wariebi.
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  • about 8 hours ago
    @phyllis_posnick's first encounter with #IrvingPenn, who passed away in 2009 at the age of 92, was as an assistant. Later, Alex Liberman, then the editorial director of Condé Nast, would pair her with Penn (and Helmut Newton, among others). Though it took time to build trust and a way of working together—which they did for more than 20 years—the images created by this dream team have made their mark on the world. Tap the link in our bio for some of the lessons Posnick learned from working with Penn. Photographed by #IrvingPenn, Vogue, March 2007.
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  • about 9 hours ago
    Facing Monday head on. Photographed by @cassblackbird, styled by @jordenbickham, Vogue, July 2017
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  • 1 day ago
    At NYC's March, many groups—with different agendas, backgrounds, priorities, and yes, rights—came together to express that they are much more than these differences. Photographer @RyanMcginleyStudios was on the ground to capture the scene at #Pride; see all photos in the link in our bio.
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    NYC’s March is one of the largest in the world, and the most significant, dating back to March of 1970, following the 1969 Stonewall Riots, which will mark their 50th anniversary in 2019. Photographer @RyanMcginleyStudios documents this year's #Pride Weekend in the link in our bio.
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    Happy #Pride from New York City! Photographed by @RyanMcginleyStudios.
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    Though the communes of Mendocino County are long gone, their legacy has shaped the culture of the progressive, nature-led community that has grown up in their place. “Women taught each other, empowered each other,” Laurie York says. “It’s a dandelion effect. That early consciousness-raising was a time of planting seeds. They blew into the wind and spread everywhere.” In honor of #Pride 2017, Vogue photographed women of all ages and definitions, coast-to-coast, who live their truth fearlessly and beautifully. Tap the link in our bio to read more from our second installment of American Women, #Vogue125's anniversary portfolio. Photographed by @amandajasnowski.
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  • 1 day ago
    “People notice,” Kristy Schneider says. “I can’t hide. I stick out like a sore thumb in a crowd of women. I don’t feel different, really. It’s a part of who you are. I think it’s great when you can be comfortable in your workplace, and sometimes if there’s a call for a same-sex domestic—well, when I arrive it’s like, ‘Jeez, what are the odds?’ We’re all humans—gay, straight, whatever—but when I arrive and they see me, sometimes I can kind of see a change in how things are going, when they see me, when they’re like, ‘Okay.’ ” In honor of #Pride 2017, Vogue photographed women of all ages and definitions, coast-to-coast, who live their truth fearlessly and beautifully. Tap the link in our bio to read more from our second installment of American Women, #Vogue125's anniversary portfolio. Photographed by @adamjasoncohen. Photographed by @adamjasoncohen.
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    @070shake started writing poetry before she got into making music. She’s aware of being a role model and of modeling the payoff of going deep, allowing lyricism to connect and even possibly change people, the way that she was changed by her own appreciation for artists like Lady Gaga and Alicia Keys. "It’s funny, because sometimes when you write, you have to dig out things you don’t even wanna talk about," she says. "It’s such a good practice for figuring out who you are." In honor of #Pride 2017, Vogue photographed women of all ages and definitions, coast-to-coast, who live their truth fearlessly and beautifully. Tap the link in our bio to read more from our second installment of American Women, #Vogue125's anniversary portfolio. Photographed by @stef_mitchell.
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  • 2 days ago
    "Stunning couple in suits and slicked back hair get frisky in the bathroom at the legendary queer nightclub, Madame Jo Jos in Soho, London. The club was famous for it’s Drag Kings performances (women dressed as men). 1995," writes @h_e_r_s_t_o_r_y, who is taking over our Instagram account for the day in honor of our American Women: #Pride series.
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    "Babe couple attend the Lesbian and Gay Pride Day in New York City, June 1982. One woman wears a t-shirt with the slogan 'How dare you assume I'm straight,'" writes @h_e_r_s_t_o_r_y, who is taking over our Instagram account for the day in honor of our American Women: #Pride series.
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