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Christopher Bailey’s final @Burberry show in February, which featured an abundance of rainbows and a hefty donation to three LGBTQ+ youth charities, was both a momentous personal statement and a marker of the equal-rights triumphs that have come along during his lifetime. Tap the link in our bio to see Bailey’s final sign-off, thanks to a little help from his friends. Photographed by Paul Wetherell, styled by #CamillaNickerson, Vogue, April 2018.
T minus two days until it’s officially Spring. Photographed by @scotttrindle, styled by @jasonrider, Vogue, March 2018.
Whether you’re fantasizing about your princess moment, or ready for your close-up, tap the link in our bio for the grandest staircases in Vogue. Photographed by Fred Lyon, Vogue, April 1952.
@osopepatrisse (co-founder of Black Lives Matter) published a memoir, When They Call You a Terrorist, which she refers to as “an intervention. I want to have a conversation about the criminalization of black people, about the fact that more people were killed last year by law enforcement than any other year we’ve recorded.” Tap the link in our bio to find out more. Photographed by @stefanruizphoto. #AmericanWomen
From pale to puniceous, Spring’s latest fragrances come in all shades of pink. Tap the link in our bio a fresh crop of fragrances that are influenced by the blush hue, with shades as varied as their scents. Photographed by @colin_dodgson, Vogue, Met Gala 2015 Special Issue.
Guests of @medieval_times, and they are legion and very often repeat customers, wanted more women in stronger, more powerful roles. The kingdom (a privately held entertainment company that is based in Texas and has eight castles in the U.S. and one in Canada) heard its subjects/paying customers and delivered, introducing Queen Doña Maria Isabella at the end of 2017. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @charlieengman. #AmericanWomen
Simon Porte Jacquemus headed to the beach to model his own Spring 2018 “La Bomba” look. Tap the link in our bio for more of this week’s best fashion Instagrams. #regram @jacquemus
London florist @rebelrebele8 is making the flower crown unique again, as they proved with a creation for Vogue’s April Issue cover star @KendallJenner. “I call it a lion’s mane,” says Phil Perry, one of the Rebel Rebel florists who made it. Tap the link in our bio to read more about the making of the piece, which was inspired by LA-based floral designer Joseph Free’s floral creations with hairstylist @odilegilbert_official for @rodarte. Photographed by @mertalas and @macpiggott, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, April 2018.
@matthewadamsdolan almost pursued a career in art curation when a @viviennewestwood exhibition changed his life. "It was a retrospective of her career, plus the art that influenced her, and what I saw for the first time was the link between fashion, art, and culture," he says. Now, the LVMH finalist is at the forefront of reinventing American cool–and he's already loved by @badgalriri. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @gstyles, styled by @alex_jordan_harrington, Vogue, April 2018.
“The tools don’t make [the work] good, the artist makes it good,” says @melovemealot. Even among today’s generation of overtly provocative Instagram stars, there is no one quite like her. Tap the link in our bio to learn why she is a risk-taker to watch. #VogueWorld
After a divorce and remarriage, one writer wrestles with her role as a first—and second—wife in the link in our bio. Photographed by Helmut Newton, Vogue, 1974.
Sana Amanat (@minib622) has been a force for change at @Marvel. The characters she’s brought to the fore may have supernatural powers, but their lives are informed by real-world issues. Whether politics, race relations, sexism, or issues of class, their stories are about more than fending off bad guys. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @mickalenethomas, styled by @yslebasi. #AmericanWomen