Whether you’re lounging on the beach or poolside in the city, packable sun hats are a stylish way to cap off your summer look and a chic barrier to the sun’s rays. From roll-up visors, pliable raffias and flexible straws, to floppy bucket hats, there’s a topper to squish in every suitcase and suit every price point this season. Tap the link in our bio for our current favorites. Photographed by Steven Meisel, Vogue, December 2002
As the first black woman to preside over an LVMH brand and the first time the luxury group has launched a fashion brand from scratch since Christian Lacroix in 1987, @badgalriri is making history two times over with the big reveal of her debut @fenty collection. Her track record as a natural born disruptor speaks for itself, and she is uniquely positioned to steer the fashion world in an exciting new direction. "It has to come from me; it has to look good on me—I have to love it with a passion. If that feeling isn’t there, it won’t work,” she says of her new lineup. Tap the link in our bio to read more about her Paris pop-up launch.
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Introducing @vogueweddings, where we take a closer look at the extraordinary wedding celebrations of couples around the world and the details that make them so memorable.
This week, we're taking a look back at the weekend-long celebration of Laila Gohar ( @lailacooks) and Omar Sosa ( @omarsosabartolome), who married in a magical spot in Andalusia in 2018. Follow @vogueweddings for more.
Photo by @adriacanameras
Memorial Day spells the start of summer Fridays, pool season—and the immediate need to get out of the city as fast as you can. Tap the link in our bio for 5 last-minute weekend destinations. Photographed by @angelopennetta, Vogue, March 2019
“I think in art, certain movements stem from times of suffering, because art allows people to deal with traumas in a proactive and beautiful way. That’s what I do with my clothes. I tend to look at South Africa through this lens and ask how I can turn all of this pain on its head,” says @thebemagugu. Tap the link in our bio to meet the designer, who is at the heart of South Africa's culture renaissance. Photo by @theexpressionist
“My grandparents got my colors read when I was two,” @zendaya says. “Now, I have no idea whether this is true, but according to my grandparents, the guy who did the reading, he stared at my photo for a long time. A long time. And then he looked up, and he told them: ‘This girl, for your whole life—she’s going to amaze you.’ ” Tap the link in our bio to read the June cover girl's full interview. Photographed by @tylersphotos, styled by #CamillaNickerson, Vogue, June 2019
"In the past, I have enjoyed the Biennale in the leisurely aftermath of opening week —or even months afterward—so I was unprepared for the madness of the opening, with multiple parties every day and a frantic race to get from A to B in a city that relies on leisurely water transport and shanks’ pony," writes @hamishbowles. Tap the link in our bio to see his complete photo diary from the 2019 Venice Biennale. Above: The sculpture installation at the Palazzo Grimani.
At a time when women’s surfing is set to grow as a whole—the World Surf League announced equal pay across divisions last year, and the sport will make its Olympic debut in 2020—the once-derided category of longboarding seems poised to attract even more attention. Tap the link in our bio to meet the #AmericanWomen in Hawaii who are defining the meaning of the sport. Above: Wela Hoapili, 8.
Photographed by @gilliangarcia, written by @ellara