After nearly 30 years at Vogue, Grace Coddington—a longtime, cherished magazine family member known for her star turn in The September Issue and her hatred of Instagram—is stepping down from her position as creative director of the fashion bible.
Vogue’s wedding announcements are aspirational schadenfreude: they allow you to peek into the lifestyle of the super-rich, while simultaneously reassuring you that most of the couples featured are totally detached from reality, as they are likely tasked with the continuance of stiff, modern-day dynasties. The…
Some things in life are hard to take.
Was 2015 a good year for diversity in fashion magazines? Is it ever? The needle moves ever so sluggishly toward progression each year, but this wasn’t the best in terms of inclusion. Which is why Vogue insists that it’s on a mission to push forward.
Ethiopia, the South of France, Jackson Hole: These are not places I have ever been, but joke’s on me and you and all of us, because Vogue’s most photogenic and independently wealthy editors will be touching down for some casual visits over Christmas—and they even allowed us into their beautiful homes to watch them…
Swedish actress Alicia Vikander is currently everywhere (she’s starring in approximately 1 million movies and is nominated for two Golden Globes, thanks to her performances in Ex Machina and The Danish Girl) and the cover of January’s Vogue is no exception.
Vogue’s creative director Grace Coddington thinks people posting about food all the time on Instagram are “pathetic” and she’s obviously right. But whatever, look at that cat. #cats #catsofinstagram #cutecats #catstagram #kittycats #catlove #catowners #catladies #meowmeow.
Jennifer Lawrence, the highest-paid and arguably most beloved actor working today, spoke with Vogue’s Jonathan Van Meter as part of the December issue’s cover story. In the article, she comes off as funny, highly intelligent, and very sad.
Grace Coddington, creative director at Vogue and fashion’s true breakout star, is about to become an even bigger name than she’s ever been before. The style icon and former model has just sold the rights to her memoir Grace to A24.
As Fashion Week looms, we are reminded that the fashion industry is continually obsessed with and excited by its own inner workings. Thus, naturally, insider/muse/high profile friend, etc. Alexa Chung is premiering a new documentary series, “Secrets of the Fashion Industry,” on British Vogue’s YouTube channel.
In today’s Tweet Beat, the Empire cast stunts, Chrissy Teigen is very excited about a chair and Mariah Carey shares a gem.
Vogue has released a fun little video wherein we observe columnist Princess Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis—or “TNT,” her much more relatable nickname—pretend to shop for beds.
The UK’s baddest performer, FKA twigs, is set to drop a new EP soon, and Monday on Zane Lowe, she previewed the first song, “Figure 8,” which she says in the subsequent interview was inspired by the method by which one creates hand illusions in voguing.
Channing Tatum’s voguing scene in Magic Mike XXL (and in that Vanity Fair clip) seemed to ignite the internet, but even more legendary was the part of the film that featured real-life voguer and MC Dashaun Wesley.
In 2015, audiences have a fairly fixed idea of what constitutes a “pop” performance. In stadiums and arenas, we expect to be dazzled for the price of our often very expensive tickets, moved from our seats not just with excellent music but with magnificent light shows, elaborate choreography, otherworldly costuming.
Hey, remember low-rise jeans? That trend from the early-aughts that looked universally terrible on everyone? The style of pants that are the most abusive thing to happen in fashion since the whale-bone corset? Well, horror of horrors, Vogue says they’re back.