Nicki Minaj is Vogue’s December 2023 Cover Star!
“There’s a freeness that you have around you when you’re at your best, when you’re doing your thing at your peak.” So says Nicki Minaj, who has been hard at work writing, recording, mixing, and re-mixing her fifth studio album, “Pink Friday 2,” out next month. For the best-selling female rapper of all time, now 13 years into her career, the new record represents a return to form. “When I look back at a lot of my music, I’m like, Oh, my God, where was the me in it?” Minaj says. “So for this album, I went back to the old game plan.”
For Vogue’s December Issue, Nicki Minaj opens up about her highly anticipated new project; giving birth to her son amid the isolative unease of the pandemic; and feeling at peace with her body—something she encourages in other women, too.
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Carey Mulligan is Vogue’s November 2023 Cover Star!
Every Carey Mulligan performance has a hidden music—for each of her roles, the actor curates a playlist of “songs that take me into that world, that character”—but as Leonard Bernstein’s wife, Felicia Montealegre, in “Maestro,” her range is in rare form. “This was the most intense preparation I’ve ever done for a film,” she says.
For Vogue’s November issue, Carey Mulligan opens up about going “all in” with Bradley Cooper, her director and co-star, for their story about “a very complicated marriage”—and talks about her own “very normal” family life with musician Marcus Mumford.
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Don’t mistake Atelier Jolie—#AngelinaJolie’s effort to bring her globally minded, socially conscious values to the world of fashion—for something it’s not. “I don’t want to be a big fashion designer,” the actor, director, and former UN Refugee Agency Goodwill Ambassador and Special Envoy says. “I want to build a house for other people to become that.” In fact, she’s as eager to break the mold of the traditional celebrity fashion brand as she is to rethink how she moves through the world these days: “I’m hoping to change many aspects of my life. And this is the forward-facing one.”
For Vogue’s digital cover, Angelina Jolie opens up about building Atelier Jolie, her ongoing style evolution, and being “saved” by motherhood.
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The interviews, videos, and photography in this story predated the SAG-AFTRA strike.
Kate Winslet is Vogue’s October 2023 Cover Star!
Some 30 years into her career, Kate Winslet is an artist at the top of her game, with five BAFTAs, four SAG awards, two Emmys, and an Oscar to her credit. Still, she has never done anything quite like “Lee.” As both an actor and a producer, the film—which stars Winslet as the legendary war photographer Lee Miller—has been the project of a lifetime. “The process of getting it off the ground was the most phenomenal fight,” she says. “I truly drove it up a mountain.”
A model and artist’s muse turned World War II correspondent for Vogue, Miller’s story, full of adventure, restless creativity, and courage, is intertwined with ours. Now, Winslet is bringing it to life on screen—and in the pages of Vogue’s October 2023 issue.
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They’re supersonic! Introducing Vogue’s September cover, starring the Supers.
In the late ’80s to mid-’90s, high fashion went from a niche aspirational hobby to a pillar of mainstream entertainment—and at the center of this transformation were Christy, Naomi, Cindy, and Linda, whose rare combination of extraordinarily photogenic features, born-with-it confidence, quick wit, intuitive style, intense curiosity, and utterly bananas work ethic flipped the switch for the industry. And the lights have never gone off.
For Vogue’s September issue, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, and Linda Evangelista gather for a conversation about career, love, family, and what life is really like inside the “Supermodel bubble.”
Read the full profile: https://www.vogue.com/article/iconic-supermodels-reunite-september-2023-cover-interview
The interviews, videos, and photography in this story predated the SAG-AFTRA strike.
Olivia Rodrigo is Vogue’s 2023 August Cover Star!
Olivia Rodrigo is embarking upon a new decade; moving to a new city; and preparing to drop a new album, “Guts,” commemorating a moment that feels like it’s “about figuring stuff out, about failures and successes and making mistakes,” she says.
For Vogue’s August issue, Rodrigo opens up about becoming a definitive Gen-Z pop star with “Sour”—and how now, at 20, she’s wiser, more settled, and ready for more.
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Hello, you! Twenty-five years ago this month, a fictional columnist named Carrie Bradshaw introduced us to her corner of New York with “Sex and the City”—a swirl of reality and fantasy so delicious that even after six seasons, two feature films, and a prequel, we still wanted more.
Now, for Vogue’s new digital cover—arriving just in time for season two of “And Just Like That,” the reboot that reunited Carrie, her friends, and her city in 2021—Sarah Jessica Parker stars in the ultimate #SATC tribute video: a visual homage to the show, the star, the mythology, the fashion, and New York, with all its possibilities and personalities.
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Margot Robbie is Vogue’s Summer Cover Star!
Hello, Barbie! #MargotRobbie is set to put her spin on the world’s most famous doll this July. For Vogue’s Summer issue, she opens up about the “Barbie” movie’s winding road to the screen.
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For Vogue’s May issue, ten designers inspired by the visionary Karl Lagerfeld interpret his work in new creations worn by models he loved: Anok Yai, Shalom Harlow, Kendall Jenner, Liu Wen, Adut Akech, Natalia Vodianova, Naomi Campbell, Amber Valletta, Gigi Hadid, and Devon Aoki.
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Cara Delevigne is Vogue’s April 2023 Cover Star!
Cara Delevingne is ready to start over.
After an emotionally turbulent year, the model and actor is slowly beginning to find her center—including by committing to sobriety. For Vogue’s April issue, Delevingne opens up about turning 30, the moment she realized that she was “not okay,” and why she’s taking the process of healing “second by second.”
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Erykah Badu is Vogue’s March 2023 Cover Star!
Erykah Badu has long made her ethereal personal style and signature sound—an enthralling blend of hip-hop, soul, jazz, and funk—her calling card. Now, the fashion world is finally catching up to her.
For Vogue’s March issue, friends and family of the four-time Grammy winner—including designers Thom Browne and Francesco Risso of Marni—describe Badu’s enduring and otherworldly influence. Plus, we get a sneak peek at her 2023 to-do list, which includes continuing her work as a doula, breaking into the cannabis industry, and a bevy of exciting collaborations.
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Florence Pugh is Vogue Magazine’s Winter Cover Star!
Those closest to #FlorencePugh will be the first to tell you: Even after an extraordinary rise through a series of complicated, layered roles—earning her comparisons to greats like Meryl Streep and Kate Winslet—Pugh may just be the most grounded, radically self-aware superstar in Hollywood.
For Vogue’s Winter issue, the 26-year-old star reflects on withstanding (and defying) the glare of public attention; her slate of recent and upcoming projects with Sebastián Lelio, Zach Braff, and Christopher Nolan; and the utter unpredictability of her kind of Hollywood success.
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Billie Eilish is Vogue’s January 2023 Cover Star!
Seven-time Grammy winner #BillieEilish has set her sights on a greater goal: saving the planet. For Vogue’s January digital cover story and video, #BillieEilish invited a group of young climate activists and organizers to join her for a day of conversation about the future of the planet–to be filmed by Academy Award-nominated writer-director Mike Mills. The group wore sustainable fashion for the mini-summit–with Eilish in #Balmain—and they talked about community, justice, the precariousness of the present, and the persistence of a kind of radical hope for a better tomorrow.
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Jennifer Lopez is Vogue’s December 2022 Cover Star!
For Vogue’s December issue, #JenniferLopez talks about married life, parenting, politics, why “Mrs. Affleck” felt romantic, and how she’s been recording a highly personal new album, her first in nearly a decade—“a culmination of who I am as a person and an artist,” she says.
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Michaela Coel is Vogue’s November 2022 Cover Star!
For Vogue’s November issue, Michaela Coel takes us on a personal tour of her ancestral home—Accra, Ghana—and talks openly about love, life, representation, politics, and what matters most to her about living a creative life on her own terms.Read the full story: http://vogue.cm/o3tG0lP
Jennifer Lawrence is Vogue’s October 2022 Cover Star!
Having a baby cracked Jennifer Lawrence’s world wide open. “My heart has stretched to a capacity that I didn’t know about.” And her new film, Causeway, about war and trauma and making connections with others, is a highly personal story, three years in the making. But what’s really on Lawrence’s mind is politics. “I can’t fuck with people who aren’t political anymore,” she says in a no-hold’s-barred interview for Vogue’s October issue. Lawrence unleashes on the end of Roe v. Wade, on guns, on the need for climate action—and opens up about the divisions within her own extended family, and on the importance, above all, of voting this fall.
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Serena Williams is Vogue’s September 2022 Cover Star!
“I’m here to tell you that I’m evolving away from tennis, toward other things that are important to me,” #serenawilliams says. In her own words, for Vogue’s September issue, Serena opens up about “the hardest thing that I could ever imagine,” while offering a window into the bright future she’s building.
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Emma Corrin is Vogue’s August 2022 Cover Star!
#EmmaCorrin first rose to fame by portraying a genteel, distinctly British vision of femininity on #TheCrown, even as they discarded that same ideal of femininity in their own life.
With two blockbuster films on the horizon, Emma Corrin opens up for Vogue’s August issue about fluidity, fun, and dressing up to stand out.
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Dua Lipa is Vogue’s June/July Cover Star!
Introducing the real #DuaLipa. “It’s like I’m coming into my power and not afraid to talk about things,” she says. “It’s about understanding what I want.” And what Dua wants right now is Dua.
For Vogue’s June/July issue, Dua opens up about her new chapter—all while revealing the pieces of her past that remain close to her heart.
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Rihanna is Vogue Magazine’s May Cover Star!
“None of the dials are turned down.” After announcing her pregnancy, many expected Rihanna to slow down. But the musician, billionaire entrepreneur, and maternity style pioneer is firing on all cylinders. “At first I expected some magical change, but really I remain who I am.”
For Vogue’s May issue, Rihanna opens up about fashion, romance, and what it’s like to carry the bump seen around the world. Plus, a small update on that long-awaited record.
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Winter is right around the corner, nipping at your nose. If you’re anything like us, you’re itching to break out your favorite holiday party looks to celebrate in style. Lucky for you, the season has plenty of entrance-making outfits in store. Whether you’ll be toasting at work soireés, intimate family dinners or laid-back gift […]
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Thanksgiving is right around the corner and we’re already dreaming of stuffing, pumpkin pie, and the main course—the perfect outfit. When it comes to what to wear on Thanksgiving, there’s a lot to consider: your look has to be roomy enough for that second slice of dessert, chic enough to post pics to your social […]
Autumn’s arrival brings crisp air, the holidays—and most important, a fresh crop of new-season trends. “Fall is the time to step out of your style comfort zone and try more elevated looks,” says Stitch Fix Stylist Alex R. From polished pieces primed for a stylish return to office (remember that place?), to folkloric fashions set […]
Fall is in full swing. The familiar chilly nights and cool days signal that it’s time to trade in short-sleeved-anything for thoughtfully layered looks (remember those?) Piling on clothes is practical, yes, but a just-right combination of sweaters, dresses, tops, jackets and coats can take your style to seriously chic new levels, too. It’s […]
One of the best things about fall (aside from pumpkin-spice everything) is its inspiring color palette. The burnt orange gourds, the candy-apple reds, the stunning displays of rust, yellow, and brown foliage. And while Mother Nature doesn’t necessarily dictate which colors we should wear for the season, with shades this good, it’s no wonder […]
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Jeans: They’re the foundation of any fall closet. They’re the perfect canvas for the season’s best sweaters, boots and outerwear of every kind. They can help you feel your very best—and give your tush major peach-emoji vibes. What more could you want in a pair of pants? For the aforementioned reasons (and approximately 162 […]
Heading back to the office this fall? It’s time to give your closet the memo and refresh your 9-to-5 rotation. While many things have changed over the past few years, one thing remains the same: the challenge of choosing workwear that reads professional, but looks stylish too. (If you’ve ever opened a closet full […]
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1. Statement-making shacket The soon-to-be MVP (most versatile piece) of your outerwear lineup, the hybrid shirt-jacket is a natural choice for everything from crisp afternoon outings to laidback date nights. Our Stylists cite the shacket as one of their favorite ways to debut the season’s bold patterns: “Plaid adds dimension and interest to any simple […]
In the iconic words of Nancy Sinatra: “These boots are made for walkin’ and that’s just what they’ll do.” You can walk, stomp, jump and dance the day away in a great pair of boots. Of all the varying styles, ankle booties are among the most versatile. They go with leggings, dresses and skinny jeans […]
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School is back in session and collegiate fashion is the valedictorian of this year’s fall fashion trends. A rendition of this end-of-summer mainstay drives autumn fashion each year and evokes a sense of nostalgia without fail. Do you enjoy reminiscing on carefree campus days by wearing your favorite alma mater sweatshirt? Or, maybe your annual […]
Call up Tom Cruise’s character from “Risky Business” because we need to borrow his iconic button-up shirt, ASAP. Let’s be honest, his look is best reserved for Halloween and solo living room dance parties. Luckily, we’ve figured out how to style oversized button-ups in order to turn them into prime players in our closets. There […]
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Our Stylists are here to help you navigate the shifting seasons with versatile summer to fall transition outfits. They’ve made it easy, spotlighting 6 essential pieces that shine in summer (now) and fall (later) depending on how you style them. The whole idea is to get as much mileage out of the pieces you love […]
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