Top model Anna Ewers redefines ‘Bohemian’ away from an eclectic, boho, unconventional global mix and into a virginal, pure nature girl motherland fashion story styled by Aleksandra Woroniecka. Alasdair McLellan captures the country girl beauty for Vogue Paris November 2018. / Hair by Gary Gill; makeup by Lynsey Alexander
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Fifty years ago, a set of protesters opposed to the rampant objectification of women disrupted the Miss America pageant to become part of the misnomer called the Bra Burners. It became one of the many upheavals that are part of the modern women’s movement, which has today morphed into viral revolutions such as the #MeToo movement.
Over the years, these movements have changed the narrative and challenged patriarchal norms that stigmatised women for centuries now. Today, we need to opt out and re-evaluate the pressure society puts on us—on how to look, talk, behave, dress and live.
It’s time for us to not just challenge but also create our own narrative, our way.
DITCH THE LABELS
DROP A BALL
NO MEANS NO
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This Is Now Photographed by Signe Vilstrup Styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania
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Supermodel Kate Moss styles herself in an intoxicating editorial ‘From Dusk Til Dawn’.
Nick Knight flashes Kate in all her royal model standing for Vogue UK October 2018.
Hair by Sam McNight; makeup by Val Garland
«Chiariamo bene una cosa, questa intervista per Vogue Italia – comprese le immagini che l’accompagnano – è sulla mia vita a Lisbona, sull’anno in cui ci ho vissuto. Quindi non ha molto senso parlare d’altro, giusto?». Così Madonna, che il prossimo il 16 agosto compirà 60 anni, ha voluto spiegare che preferisce parlare del presente.
Madonna by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott for Vogue Italia August 2018
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Just one day out of life
Madonna by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott
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Supermodel Gisele Bundchen takes the cover story of American Vogue‘s July 2018 edition captured by fashion photography duo Inez and Vinoodh. For the session fashion editor Tonne Goodman selected pieces from Ralph Lauren Collection, Poiret, Hunza G, Dior, Kenneth Jay Lane, La Perla, Dries Van Noten, Edun, Soko, Tabula Rasa, Peter Pilotto, Chan Luu, Alexander McQueen, and Bottega Veneta. Beauty is work of hair stylist Christiaan, and makeup artist Dick Page. Produced by Paulina Cubero for Habitant Productions.
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Gisele Bundchen by Inez and Vinoodh
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She was the singer who had it all: international fame, industry respect and more than a hundred million followers online. But when Ariana Grande’s concert at Manchester Arena became the setting for a national tragedy, nothing could remain the same. Giles Hattersley meets her. Photographs by Craig McDean. Styling by Kate Phelan.
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Ariana Grande: The year that changed everything
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