The magazine represents the very best in fashion, film, and art, with a consistent eye toward the game changers of tomorrow. The oversize pages of W deliver some of the most innovative and surprising images in the industry, creating an unparalleled reader experience. Across platforms, W celebrates the unexpected and sparks cultural conversations, with provocative stories, addictive videos, and distinctively curated social feeds.
Karmen Pedaru By Alexi Lubomirski For Vogue Germany June 2013
Stylist: Eliza Georgieva @elizageorgieva
Model: Sofie Mariwan @sofiemariwan for @LeManagement
Photograph by Peter Lindbergh.
Chanel Flagship Store in London
Sisterhood is magical. And we don’t just mean biological sisterhood, either. No matter what form it takes shape in—whether between best friends, stepsiblings, half-sisters, or entire girl gangs—female friendship and support is one of the most powerful things on earth. Its strength can be found in history books when examining women’s rights movements and the suffragettes, united in sisterhoods advocating empowerment and equality, that made them happen. It can be found on social media when hashtags like #FreeKesha and #BlackGirlMagic go viral, proving that women across the globe have one another’s backs. And on a daily basis, it can be found when sisters—whether they share DNA or not—stand up for, encourage, embrace, and embolden one another to be the best they can be out of sheer love. Indeed, sisterhood is pure magic.
For this round of our Lit Club writing contest, we want you to examine sisterhood—however you personally define it—and tell us what makes it so exceptional. Why is sisterhood so important to foster, especially in light of the current political climate? Has a sisterhood you’re a part of changed your life or the lives of those around you in a major way? What do you think our culture is lacking in regard to sisterhood? How do you hope to support, encourage, and take part in meaningful sisterhoods moving forward?
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All the way up! Both talented dancers, Bey and Blue have the cutest jumping session.
There are models, and then there are Vogue models. As the world’s leading fashion magazine, Vogue has been the ultimate style authority since its inception in 1892, ruling what and who is in style. Women deemed worthy of the magazine’s “cover girl” status were catapulted into international recognition and fashion prominence. Vogue Model: The Faces of Fashion (published by Little Brown Book Group in December) traces the stories behind the iconic women who have made up Vogue’s history, and by extension, part of our cultural and style fabric. From Gisele Bündchen to Naomi Campbell, a look at the famous faces in Vogue throughout the years.
Model: Devon Aoki
Model: Miranda Kerr
Karlie Kloss is under fire for cultural appropriation again, and the fashion model has taken to Twitter to apologize.
The 24-year-old fashion model was featured in the latest issue of Vogue dressed as a traditional Japanese geisha, with a patterned robe and black wig, posing alongside a sumo wrestler. Her family heritage is Danish and German.
Social media users were unimpressed with both Vogue for producing and Kloss for participating in a shoot aping an unfamiliar culture.
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