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For the women sheepshearers of California and Oregon, back to the land is just the beginning. Tap the link in our bio for more. Filmed by @nhmcelroy


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The World Cup final is underway, still having trouble deciding who to root for? Let these fashionable fans help you choose your World Cup team. Tap the link in our bio for more. Photographed by Steven Meisel, Vogue, September 2005


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Today marks the 20th anniversary of There’s Something About Mary. Of the many hair looks Cameron Diaz serves up in the 1998 cult comedy, only one remains iconic. Tap the link in our bio for a look back.


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“Since it’s the simplest shoe ever, it enters into the category of a white T-shirt and a pair of jeans. I like it,” says French journalist turned Instagram sensation Sophie Fontanel. Tap the link in our bio for more on the return of the non-fashion flip-flop. Photographed by @inezandvinoodh, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, July 2018.


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In Tel Aviv, beach style is all about the accessories and not so much the bathing suits. Tap the link in our bio for more. Photographed by @thisismayan


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It must be a familiar scene to Donald Trump by now: Tens of thousands of people marched in the streets on Friday, this time in London, in protest of the American president’s visit to the U.K. The sounds and sights were largely familiar, if they had slightly different accents and spellings—starting from outside the BBC’s offices near the center of the city, outraged Brits shouted chants and carried signs decrying the Trump administration’s travel ban, his treatment of women, his zero-tolerance policies at America’s borders, and his destabilizing international diplomacy tactics that some fear will lead to war. Tap the link in our bio for more scenes from the crowd. Photographed by @david_ablehams


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Today in London, thousands of protestors marched through the city to protest the visit of U.S. President Donald Trump. The literal pièce de résistance was a giant balloon (created by Leo Murray) called the #Trump Baby, a massive, snarling orange diaper-clad behemoth clutching a cellphone (and presumably tweeting about itself as it floated above the House of Parliament). Photographed by @david_ablehams


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Today is Friday the 13th! Tap the link in our bio for 7 items that superstitious designers cling to as their talismans. If they don’t bring you luck, at least you’ll be stylish.

Filmed by @charlottemwales, styled by @alex_jordan_harrington


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Of all the Grand Slams, Wimbledon holds a special place in the public imagination. The tournament makes for pleasant spectating, never mind the sublime beauty of the sport itself. Tap the link in our bio for scenes from on and off the court this year. Photographed by @david_ablehams


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Simonetta Gianfelici's life in fashion began unexpectedly, in 1981, when a professor asked if she would pose.Thirty-seven years after her first shoot, Gianfelici is still working as a model, but the lion’s share of her time is devoted to scouting and supporting young talent, both in Italy and Africa. We caught up with the peripatetic blonde in Rome, to talk about fashion then and now. "I’ve been a muse to Thierry Mugler and Vivienne Westwood. I think what Thierry really appreciated my power body and my soul, so fragile and so pure, that mix." Tap the link in our bio for more from Simonetta Gianfelici.


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In her latest Breathless column, @karleyslutever explores why she enjoys wandering the pervy gray area between mundane life and sex. Tap the link in our bio to read the full story. Photo by @ladyist


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The ultimate fashion sneaker: Air Jordans, inspired by Anna Wintour.
Every Vogue editor remembers their first AWOK, the little acronym (short for Anna Wintour Okay) scrawled on each print page by our inimitable editor in chief. It is the ultimate sign of approval in this office and the wider fashion world. Now, it is being applied to a delightful new venture with @jumpman23: a limited-edition capsule of Air Jordans as edited by Vogue and inspired by the woman in charge. For the collaboration, Jordan Brand has reimagined two versions of its iconic sneaker. Tap the link in our bio to see both.


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