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From bronzed goddesses at @versace to bathtub soaks in Tokyo, tap the link in our bio for our favorite beauty Instagrams from this past week. #regram @emrata
@TonyHawk is pretty unarguably the most influential skateboarder of all time. Hawk, the king of vert, was in Paris to launch himself into a new arena: fashion. Tap the link in our bio to learn more about the Tony Hawk Signature Line. Photographed by @antoncorbijn4real
A recent video has gone viral depicting students in MAGA hats harassing Nathan Phillips (above), who is a Vietnam vet and Standing Rock elder. Last year, we profiled the powerful impact he has had on the community; tap the link in our bio to read. Photographed by @mitch_epstein, written by  @_true_stories_.
Are "healthy" snack foods actually healthy? asks Vogue's @tamar.e.adler. And when does “healthy” lose its quotation marks? Tap the link in our bio to read her investigation into the subject. Photographed by @blobbybloherty, Vogue, February 2019
Today marks the third #WomensMarch. Tap the link in our bio to take a look at the movement over the years. Photographed by @arnold_daniel
This Spring, the Temptations's exuberant sound will fill a Broadway stage as @ainttooproudmusical arrives in New York. Find out more in our Feb. issue (on newsstands now). Photographed by @nadineijewere, styled by @gabriellak_j,  Vogue, February 2019
There are curls, and then there are ’80s curls. With pop culture’s long-overdue embrace of diverse textures, and the rise of opulent ‘80s signatures resurfacing on the runways and city streets alike, the pendulum is swinging back toward unbridled, super-size curls. Tap the link in our bio to meet the women, including @1marisha_ (above), championing this look.
It’s the Fall 2019 menswear season, and some of the most highly anticipated men’s shows of the year are happening in Paris this week. Tap the link in our bio to see what fashion insiders are wearing. Photographed by @mrstreetpeeper
Glow-in-the-dark details from the @LouisVuitton Fall 2019 runway show in Paris. Tap the link in our bio to see the full collection. #regram @carlynecerfdedudzeele
In the February issue of Vogue the writer and activist Noor Tagouri (@noor) was misidentified in a caption as “actor, director, and model Noor Bukhari.” We are sincerely sorry for the mistake. We were thrilled at the chance to photograph Tagouri and shine a light on the important work she does, and to have misidentified her is a painful misstep. We also understand that there is a larger issue of misidentification in media—especially among nonwhite subjects. We will try to be more thoughtful and careful in our work going forward, and we apologize for any embarrassment this has caused Tagouri and Bukhari.
With Chewing Gum, @michaelacoel became famous for her singular portrait of London. “People who don’t know London maybe have a one-dimensional view of the city,” she says. “I was just telling my story, and because I’m so rare as a writer, people saw it as a statement.” In her latest project, she’s going global. Tap the link in our bio for more details. Photographed by @laurajanecoulson, styled by @charlotte__roberts, Vogue, February 2019
With her young son suffering from multiple mysterious conditions, Angie Kim turns to an experimental treatment and, to her surprise, finds a flicker of hope. Tap the link in our bio to read her story. Artwork: Walden Pond no 6, by Daniel Clarke, 2003.