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Vogue’s sequel, “The Magic Diner Part II” finds our cover star Alicia Vikander holed up in the Ritz Carlton high above Manhattan’s Central Park, hiding from her admiring public, and fretting that her supernatural gizmo may have, at long last, run out of answers. Which is when a surprise visitor knocks at her door . . . Tap the link in our bio to watch the full video. Director @larssonniclas Fashion Editor @ajmukamal 1st AD Matthew McCann DP @evanprosofsky 1st AC Doug Durant Production Designer Olga Miasnikova Hair @tomojidai Makeup @romyglow Manicure @erihandanail Sound Philip Kim Produced by @iconoclast.tv Editor Carla Luffe at @rockpaperscissorseditorial Colorist @sofie_borup at @company_3 Filmed at @ritzcarlton Shot on @Kodak 35mm film
Unbeknownst to many, singer and self-proclaimed beauty junkie @iamHalsey does her own unique makeup looks for concerts and now for YSL Beauty. This @YSLBeauty look features the Tatouage Couture Liquid Lip Color in #9 to accent her show-stopping glamour as she prepares to perform at tonight's #amfAR gala.
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"Be it New Zealand, Kenya, Germany, Britain, New York, Pennsylvania, or South Carolina, any of the places we now call home, it’s like CVS: Someone is always there. It’s our platonic love hotline." Tap the link in our bio to read one Vogue writer's ode to her group chat as part of our Love Stories series. Illustration by charlotte.ager.
The women’s freestyle ski team are mogul skiers—Jaelin Kauf, Keaton McCargo, and Morgan Schild—who navigate a heavily grooved and mounded course, and aerialists—Ashley Caldwell, Kiley McKinnon (pictured here), and Madison Olsen—who ski off of short jumps, completing all sorts of backflips and twists. All have to stick their landings after hurtling through the air many meters off the ground. Tap the link in our bio to see how the women’s 2018 U.S. Olympic Freestyle Ski Team prepared for Pyeonchang. Photographed by @cole_barash.
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High above an enormous pool tinged a preternatural shade of blue, women are soaring through the air. They’re taking turns, spinning, twisting, and flipping as they descend, skis strapped to their feet. Their bodies make sharp dark angles before they hit the water, skis first, and are submerged. They are female members of the 2018 U.S. Olympic freestyle ski team, and when it isn’t winter, they train in water. Tap the link in our bio to see how the women’s 2018 U.S. Olympic Freestyle Ski Team prepared for Pyeonchang. Video by @bhoste.
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The female members of the 2018 U.S. Olympic freestyle ski team, all of whom are now in Pyeongchang, South Korea, for the Winter Games, compete within a category that falls outside the traditional purview of Nordic or alpine skiing: Freestyle skiing first appeared as a demonstration sport at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Canada, and became medal events in 1992, for moguls, and 1994, for aerials. (The women’s ski jumping competition was only added to the Olympic Games at Sochi, Russia, in 2014—90 years after men’s ski jumping debuted.) Tap the link in our bio to see how the women’s 2018 U.S. Olympic Freestyle Ski Team prepared for Pyeonchang. Photographed by @cole_barash.
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“I fully hate weddings,” says @LailaCooks, playing the lighthearted contrarian, “but I love a good party.” That impulse to skirt convention in favor of an eye-opening experience comes as little surprise to anyone familiar with the Cairo native’s work, which puts her at the intersection of chef, artist, and high-concept event designer. So when she and @omarsosabartolome, a graphic designer and cofounder of Apartamento magazine, brainstormed wedding particulars, the conversation quickly took on an air of fantasy-made-real. Tap the link in our bio for their full wedding story. Photographed by @nachoalegre.
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