Or “The Chin,” as she prefers to be called.
Hollywood just refused to see it.
Strike a full-figured pose.
“At this point I’m so used to it. It still bothers me, but I just expect it.”
So many things learned from this video.
Joan Smalls is on the cover while Imaan Hammam and Fei Fei Sun are featured after the fold. The last non-celebrity model of color on the September issue cover was Naomi Campbell in 1989.
The death of Lauren Bacall means that all 16 of the glamorous stars name-checked in the song have died.
The Oscar-winning actress talks about when braiding hair was her (unsuccessful) “side hustle” and reflects on what she loves about her hair.
The feature showcases over 30 bridal looks, but this couple kills the competition.
Who did nipple jewelry better, RiRi or Janet? NSFW.
French Photographer Frédéric Nauczyciel captures one city’s “faint and almost secret” world of ballroom voguing in his latest project, The Fire Flies [Baltimore / Paris].
Plus 9 super-effective remedies for lower-back pain, a guide to wearing sneakers with suits, and the week’s best new music and fashion.
Model Emma Appleton tweeted a message suggesting that Richardson would not book her for a Vogue shoot unless she slept with him. Vogue spokeswoman: “We have no plans to work with him in the future.”
Plus the best GIF of the Nae Nae ever, Disney princesses as roller-derby girls, and an insanely simple way to make your beer taste better.
Does this mean they’ll be recreating Kim and Kanye’s love forever? We can only hope.
Their dreams have come true: KimYe is on the cover of Vogue. Now, let them show you how very much IN LOVE THEY ARE.
The queen of reality has been picked by Anna Wintour to grace the cover of one of the fashion world’s most prominent magazines with her fiancé Kanye West.
This adorable interview comes courtesy of Vogue.
“Once you take away your imperfections, there’s not much left of who you really are.”
This incredibly likable video of Dunham on the eve of her controversial photo shoot just made me forget all about the word Photoshop. Adorable!
The rumors were true AND she looks great.
MOMA isn’t the only institution to house famous works by Salvador Dalí and Andy Warhol.
Elegance Bratton’s documentary about New York City’s LGBT homeless youth and the neighborhood they call home might be the next “must see” film — if it gets made.
Illustrator aleXsandro Palombo recreates these famous dress shots and Vogue photo shoots using Marge Simpson as his muse.
A new collection by Dutch artist Mike Frederiqo twists fashion founders into the logos that made them famous.