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When the Fall 2019 catwalk shows drew to a close on March 5th, we knew these things to be true. The future of fashion depended on creative and artisanal integrity, a commitment to originality, and a wild idea of beauty—a banishment of mundanity, an end to disposability. This was a turning-point season, a referendum on banality and stuff for stuff’s sake, a moment to think hard about value and all the meanings therein. And nowhere more so than in Paris, where designers offered clothes of incalculable beauty, created by marrying old-world practices with future-minded aspirations. Modern girls, after all, want to invest wisely in extraordinary things.

At @Balmain, @olivier_rousteing reinvents the evening pajama with a feather-trimmed tunic and embroidered trouser in barely there silk.

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Director @gvsgvs
Fashion Editor @jordenbickham
DP @stuart_winecoff
Producer @kelmcgee23
Set Design @andyhillmanstudio
Hair @laurentphilippon
Makeup @jenmyles
Manicure @chloedesmarchelier
Post @aandefilm
Production @prodn_artandcommerce
Music "Think High" by @officialprincecharlez
Who doesn't love a train, especially on a neat sheath of embroidered satin? From @juliendossena from @pacorabanne. . .it doesn't get any prettier than this.

Tap the link in our bio to watch @bellahadid strike a few iconic supermodel poses for Vogue in clothes of incalculable beauty from the Paris collections.⁣ Director @gvsgvs
Fashion Editor @jordenbickham
DP @stuart_winecoff
Producer @kelmcgee23
Set Design @andyhillmanstudio
Hair @laurentphilippon
Makeup @jenmyles
Manicure @chloedesmarchelier
Post @aandefilm
Production @prodn_artandcommerce
Music "Think High" by @officialprincecharlez
Bonjour, Bella du jour. @bellahadid celebrate the wonder and joy of great design from the Fall 2019 Paris collections, moving definitively past streetwear and normcore and Insta-cool (all genres which Bella has triumphantly conquered) to something utterly surprising and entirely spectacular. ⁣
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The pants are also boots. The top is a bodysuit. Everything is fully sequined. From Demna Gvasalia for @balenciaga, you will never feel more glistening, more secure, and more full-on.⁣
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Director @gvsgvs⁣
Fashion Editor @jordenbickham⁣
DP @stuart_winecoff⁣
Producer @kelmcgee23⁣
Set Design @andyhillmanstudio⁣
Hair @laurentphilippon⁣
Makeup @jenmyles⁣
Manicure @chloedesmarchelier⁣
Post @aandefilm⁣
Production @prodn_artandcommerce⁣
Music "Think High" by @officialprincecharlez
The last day of fashion month was the day of which Karl Lagerfeld’s final show for @chanelofficial was held at the Grand Palais, a morning of few dry eyes and many broken hearts—and on that day, @bellahadid struck a few iconic supermodel poses for Vogue in  clothes of incalculable beauty from the Paris collections.⁣
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Here, in a time of tailoring, the perfect white suit in silk duchesse from Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel. Wear it with heaps of costume jewelry or with only bare skin. Just wear it.⁣
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Tap the link in our bio to watch the full video.⁣
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Director @gvsgvs⁣
Fashion Editor @jordenbickham⁣
DP @stuart_winecoff⁣
Producer @kelmcgee23⁣
Set Design @andyhillmanstudio⁣
Hair @laurentphilippon⁣
Makeup @jenmyles⁣
Manicure @chloedesmarchelier⁣
Post @aandefilm⁣
Production @prodn_artandcommerce⁣
Music "Think High" by @officialprincecharlez
Fall 2019 was a turning-point season, a moment to think hard about value and all the meanings therein. And nowhere more so than in Paris, where designers offered clothes of incalculable beauty, created by marrying old-world practices with future-minded aspirations. Modern girls, after all, want to invest wisely in extraordinary things.⁣
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And so, on that final day of fashion month, the thoroughly modern @bellahadid struck a few iconic supermodel poses for Vogue. Bonjour, Bella du jour!⁣
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Shown here, from Sarah Burton for @alexandermcqueen, a dress of silk taffeta constructed from a single piece of fabric micro-tucked through the bodice. A rose by another designer is not this. . .⁣Tap the link in bio to see more of Bella du Jour! ⁣
Director @gvsgvs⁣
Fashion Editor @jordenbickham⁣
DP @stuart_winecoff⁣
Producer @kelmcgee23⁣
Set Design @andyhillmanstudio⁣
Hair @laurentphilippon⁣
Makeup @jenmyles⁣
Manicure @chloedesmarchelier⁣
Post @aandefilm⁣
Production @prodn_artandcommerce⁣
Music "Think High" by @officialprincecharlez
On our exclusive digital cover, here is @bellahadid as you’ve never seen her before. Neck out like Marella Agnelli, with hands on hips in the manner of such impossibly elegant past Vogue cover girls as Lisa Fonssagrives and Sunny Harnett, Hadid is the picture of poise. ⁣⁣⁣
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Ladylike polish is feeling fresh and relevant now that fashion has returned to the idea of heritage and refocused on value and craftsmanship.  Her strapless red dress, made of an adaptable technical crepe, was designed by @givenchyofficial’s Clare Waight Keller; the dream of a marabou hat by Christelle Kocher of @koche. Tap the link in our bio to see more.

Director @gvsgvs⁣
Fashion Editor @jordenbickham⁣
DP @stuart_winecoff⁣
Producer @kelmcgee23⁣
Set Design @andyhillmanstudio⁣
Hair @laurentphilippon⁣
Makeup @jenmyles⁣
Manicure @chloedesmarchelier⁣
Post @aandefilm⁣
Production @prodn_artandcommerce⁣
Earrings @marcopanconesi
Spring is the perfect time to break out a patterned gown. Photographed by @tylersphotos, styled by @mr_carlos_nazario, Vogue, April 2019
Armed with three film cameras, @inscotts captured her Fashion Month experience in a series of candid shots; they offer a glimpse at the lighter moments that occur within each model’s international show tour. To wit, when asked for her fashion month high, Scott replied: “It’s hard to pick just one high of fashion month because every day is filled with such worthwhile moments!” Tap the link in our bio to see more.
This month, theater director Sam Gold is serving up what he calls “the greatest feast there is”—that would be @KingLearbway—to one of our finest living actors, Glenda Jackson, who at 82 leads a stellar cast—including Ruth Wilson, Elizabeth Marvel, and Jayne Houdyshell—in Jackson’s return to Broadway after last season’s Tony-winning triumph in Edward Albee’s Three Tall ­Women. “This is a perfect meeting of actor and role,” Gold says. “Who else carries that much power at that age and has that much capacity for all the layers of experience that this character gets put through?  Tap the link in our bio to learn more. Photographed by #AnnieLeibovitz, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, April 2019
Inside her new @helmstedt_ atelier, Emilie Helmsted (@online_mis) has built a gorgeous microcosm that reflects the colorful inner workings of her brain: papier-mâché boxes and globes strewn about, waves painted on cardboard cutouts leaning against the walls, DIY fish toys on top of shelves, and her clothes, her candy-like, whimsical clothes, all held up by hangers that Helmstedt constructed and painted herself. “I wanted to create a space where abstract thoughts and illusions are allowed to just be,” she says. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.
Photographed by @simonknuds
Of all the fashionable ’90s teen movies, Cruel Intentions is arguably the chicest. Sure, Cher Horowitz had an amazing closet, but how many people can really wear yellow plaid with thigh-high stockings in real life? With its urbane perspective on youth culture, the film offered a counterpoint to the frothy Clueless fantasy at the time and returns to theaters this weekend for a 20th anniversary celebratory run. Its characters may have been worried about college applications and standardized tests, but they hid those concerns beneath layers of discreetly chic Prada. Tap the link in bio for more style inspiration from this 90’s hit.
For model and artist Aba Mfrase-Ewur (@abamufasa), a first generation Ghanaian-American growing up in Virginia, it was a slow roll towards cherishing the braids she wears proudly today at 25. "Where I grew up in Virginia, there was often a lot of racial tension, which had an intense effect on how I adapted to the world around me," she explains. "I was the singular African girl with a giant gap in her teeth and a super long last name. At the time, no one was talking about #blackgirlmagic, so in an effort to deflect the negativity, I straightened my hair." It was during college at Virginia Commonwealth University that Mfrase-Ewur first decided she wanted to transition her hair from chemically straightened to natural, eventually shaving her head to start completely anew. Since then, her passion for plaits has grown. "Nothing beats the [visual] poetry that is Senegalese and Ghanaian braiding," she says. "All over Africa and in the diaspora, braids are a cornerstone of our culture and when I braid my hair, I do so with this knowledge." Tap the link in our bio to read more from our #vogueworld series. Photo by @alexsaady

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