On the eve of her highly anticipated return to the U.S. Open, Sloane Stephens is determined to be a different kind of champion—win or lose.
Stories of burnout—and worse—are rife in a modeling industry filled with vulnerable mid-teens. So isn’t it time for the fashion world to commit to working with models old enough to vote? asks Maya Singer.
The only prerequisite for the MTV Video Music Awards? Go big or go home.
You can make anything taste better and even healthier with the help of these spices
From an exfoliating serum to a hardworking all-natural cream, here are six new lotions to put your best self forward this fall.
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? According to a new report, there’s one practical answer
Constance Wu, star of Crazy Rich Asians, is also beloved for her role on Fresh Off the Boat and her activism; here are five things you probably didn’t know.
The dorm room decor that will spruce up the smallest of spaces.
Tracee Ellis Ross is serving up summer’s most refreshing look.
The Academy Award-winning actress, Angelina Jolie, elevated her simple ensemble with a polished purse.
In “Portland I Love You,” a multimedia show currently up at the ad agency Wieden+Kennedy, Todd Selby captures the wonderful weirdness that still prevails in Portland.
We’re covering the Oslo fashion shows for the first time, and Acielle is on the ground to shoot the very best street style looks.
Tired of overly technical apparel? The new Los Angeles–based label Gil Rodriguez gets back to basics.
Kim Kardashian West shared a selfie featuring a set of pale colored contacts—and a Kanye West approved caption.
In Oslo, a sunny outlook on Spring fashion.
The actress, who turns 28 today, wants there to be a new definition of "normal" on the silver screen.
The aughts-era sandal is creeping back into the fashion conversation, one influencer at a time.
Floravere’s Molly Kang and Denise Jin are introducing their red wedding dress on the same day as the historic *Crazy Rich Asians* premiere.
“‘I want to be myself. I don’t want all this hair and all this makeup. I just want to be free,’” longtime hairstylist Neal Farinah recalls Beyoncé saying on the day of her Vogue cover shoot.
From the first transgender gubernatorial nominee in history to the potential first Muslim-American woman in Congress.