Report: Tonne Goodman, Phyllis Posnick Stepping Down From ‘Vogue’

No publication is exempt from the game of top-level musical chairs facing the editorial world today — not even Vogue.  On Friday, Business of Fashion reported that, per sources, two of the Condé Nast fashion mainstay’s most veteran editors will be stepping down: Fashion Director Tonne …

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Former Teen Vogue Editor In Chief Assaulted

Former Teen Vogue Editor in Chief, Elaine Welteroth, was allegedly attacked by an Uber driver in New York.

Welteroth described the violent interaction that left her with bruises, on Instagram.

She said when the driver stopped at the wrong location he refused to help her get to the proper destination. He kicked her out of the car, and called the police.  And when she got out of the car, the driver reportedly slammed her arm in the door but he told the police, she hit him.

Following the incident, Uber kicked her off of the app and flagged her as hostile.

Her social media post caught the attention of Uber board member Ariana Huffington, who reached out to Welteroth and apologized for what happened, reports the Root. 

That driver is now being investigated.

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Oprah Stuns On The Cover Of British Vogue

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Oprah Winfrey  embodies the soul of an empress in the Edward Enninful styled August cover of British Vogue.

Mama O dons a taffeta gown by Stella McCartney and luxurious jewels by Buccellati in the photographs shot by the legendary Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. And if the cover doesn’t blow you away, the inside images are even more stunning.

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Oprah opens up about the her compelling Oscars acceptance speech that gave birth to the aspiration Oprah 2020 run. “In that political structure – all the non-truths, the bullshit, the crap, the nastiness, the backhanded backroom stuff that goes on – I feel like I could not exist,” Winfrey says. “I would not be able to do it. It’s not a clean business. It would kill me.”

And if you think Mama O isn’t just like you, she looks to Google to solve her biggest questions as well. Even Oprah questioned if she could wear white to wedding. While she was going to the royal weeding, the answer was still the same.

‘I Googled, ‘Can you wear white to a wedding? Answer: ‘No, don’t risk it.” Oprah’s pink Stella McCartney dress made headlines, but her biggest takeaway from the massive event was the power of love.

“It left me feeling that anything is possible through the power of love. Reverend Curry was right!”

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Birgit Kos Looks Like a Supermodel on Vogue Brazil’s June 2018 Covers

Every now and then there’s a certain model who captivates not only our forums but the industry. We couldn’t get enough (still can’t, really) of Grace Elizabeth last year following a spectacular Vogue Italia cover and a campaign for Max Mara. Now, 2018 is shaping up to be the year of Birgit Kos. After walking just about every major show during fashion week and an appearance on Vogue Italia‘s April offering, Birgit now takes to the cover of Vogue Brazil. The Dutch beauty stars on the title’s signature duo of covers for June 2018, serving some serious supermodel realness in the retro-inspired images, captured by photographer Mariana Maltoni with styling from Pedro Sales.

Vogue Brazil June 2018 : Birgit Kos by Mariana Maltoni

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Members of our forums were all for seeing Birgit. “She’s everywhere! If Grace Elizabeth was the model of 2017, Birgit is the face of this year. Hope she gets a cover by [Steven] Meisel,” praised forum member ivano upon checking out the covers.

“Wow! She is such a stunning girl!” mikel admired.

“Supermodel vibes. So happy to see her gracing Vogue Brazil!” wrote guimon.

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HeatherAnne was a fan too, writing, “Something very 90s about her beauty. Too good, too good.”

“Love the first cover (above), that radiant smile!” said KateTheGreatest.

“The first cover is really beautiful, her smile is contagious,” agreed liaa.

“The covers themselves are not much to write home about, but this girl is absolutely gorgeous. She deserves to be a supermodel,” added MyNameIs.

Sharing the same sentiments as everyone else was forum member lelaid. “The second cover (below) is simple and amazing! She looks like a true supermodel.

Vogue Brazil June 2018 : Birgit Kos by Mariana Maltoni

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Burberry, Vogue Hommes Thrust Photography Into the Limelight

SNAP HAPPY: Burberry and Vogue Hommes each celebrated great photography during London Fashion Week Men’s with events that highlighted images shot in specific — and colorful — locations.
On Friday night, Burberry held the first of three events to mark the third installment of the Juergen x Adwoa photo series, and the launch of the brand’s fall 2018 pre-collection at Thomas’ Café inside Burberry’s Regent Street flagship.
The three photo portfolios, shot by Juergen Teller, center on Adwoa Aboah’s family and close friends including Jean Campbell, Montell Martin and Kwame N’Dow. For the final set of photos, Burberry explored Aboah’s Ghanaian roots, with pictures shot in Accra, Aboah’s family home. They also feature her close friend, the model Sonny Hall.

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“I tried very hard not to be too emotional about this trip, but it’s so special for everyone to see where the story started. I’ve been able to bring close friends of mine here, and my grandma and my family have had a taste of what the other part of my life is like,” said Aboah of her trip back to Africa.
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Molly Goddard Takes Home the BFC/British Vogue Fashion Fund Prize

Molly Goddard first won over Rihanna with her voluminous, Cinderella-like tulle confections, and now she’s also earned the approval of the British Fashion Council: On Wednesday evening, the London-based designer was named the winner of the 2018 BFC/British Vogue Designer Fashion …

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Four Top Models Celebrate Vogue Spain’s 30th Anniversary With a So-Tacky-Its-Brilliant 80s-Inspired Cover for April 2018

It’s been a remarkable 30 years since Vogue Spain first made its debut on the newsstands. To celebrate, the title tapped a handful of the industry’s hottest models of today for the April 2018 issue, including Luna Bijl, Yasmin Wijnaldum, Birgit Kos and Blanca Padilla, along with photographer Emma Summerton. Rather than recreate a historical cover, the foursome evoke the 80s (the decade of the magazine’s launch), decked out in Versace’s coveted Spring 2018 collection, styled by Juan Cebrian.

Vogue España April 2018 : Birgit, Luna, Yasmin & Blanca by Emma Summerton

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Despite the magazine’s best efforts, the majority of our forum members weren’t in the mood. “I adore the cast (well, maybe minus Yasmin), hate the clothes and those random colors behind the masthead. They could’ve celebrated such a big anniversary better,” complained Srdjan.

“Nah, even the models can’t save it for me! Why are group cover shots so challenging for Vogue? At least [Anna] Wintour’s Vogue has done some amazing group covers, but this just leaves me cold!” exclaimed Miss Dalloway.

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“They all look great individually, but it’s too much for a cover. There is a lot going on and the colorful clothes aren’t helping,” gunsnroses added.

MON most definitely wasn’t buying it, ranting, “It looks like a cheap knockoff of Meisel’s Versace campaign. Tragic. There’s so much going on. The poses are tragic and I cannot believe that a stylist was paid for this. Put all Versace Vogue looks on the cover. Bam, iconic! How inventive! Bravo.”

But not everyone was unsatisfied. “I must admit I love it. It’s so cheap and tacky but so good. It’s not groundbreaking but there’s attitude. And that, I can appreciate a lot in today’s see of dullness,” reasoned forum member TaylorBinque.

“This should be bad but strangely I love it,” TeeVanity confessed.

“It’s so tacky, I love it. The cast is perfect for the clothes,” approved Style Savvy.

See the contents of Vogue Spain’s 30th-anniversary issue and share your thoughts here.

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Victoria Beckham Poses Up a Storm for Vogue Spain

Our forums have a love/hate relationship with Victoria Beckham whenever she fronts the cover of our favorite fashion glossies. Her last major coup was Vogue Netherlands and now she’s covering Vogue Spain for February 2018. Photographed by Boo George, the Brit fashion designer turns heads in the dynamic and unconventional cover image and associated editorial.

Vogue España February 2018 : Victoria Beckham by Boo George

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This time, Victoria managed to win over our opinionated forum members. “This is fabulous and unapologetic. Completely not what I expected when I read her name in the thread,” admitted a pleasantly surprised dodencebt.

Miss Dalloway couldn’t have agreed more, echoing, “I love this for the Paolo Roversi feel of it, certainly not the cover I expected when I read VB’s name in the thread!”

“Very dramatic indeed. I love it!” forum member mikel heralded.

Also quick to declare their love was a delighted Nymphaea, writing, “Like it very much, a strong woman in all it’s simplicity.”

“Blown away by these covers. Victoria Beckham by Boo George instantly sounded exciting to me,” voiced Valentine27.

“I noticed a few Vogue editions are sort of following the Vogue Ukraine tide. These have that vibe, and I’m feeling this. I don’t really care about Victoria, but I love her here. I like the backdrop and how the minimalist styling looks with it,” acknowledged simon.

The magazine wasn’t catering to everyone’s tastes, however. “To me, she always looks like she’s trying too hard,” said KateTheGreatest.

“VB has always been thirsty for any Vogue cover she could get and this is no exception. She so carefully treads the line between public figure and stepping back and letting her clothes speak for themselves,” said magsaddict.

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Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Elaine Welteroth Announces Her Exit

Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Elaine Welteroth announced that she is parting ways with the magazine after successfully rebranding and building the publication’s digital profile for nearly two years. The 31-year-old journalist reportedly sent an internal email about her departure to staff on Thursday. According to The Hollywood Reporter, she has a deal with CAA, a prestigious talent agency based in L.A., which will help her gain “opportunities in film, television, digital, branding, and endorsements as well as speaking engagements.”

Condé Nast announced Friday that they will not seek to replace Welteroth, reports WWD. A spokesperson for the publisher also revealed that Welteroth was presented with different options at the company before “she decided to go in a different direction,” Fashionista.com reports. “She was instrumental in the successful launch of the Teen Vogue Summit and we know that she will carry that same passion and enthusiasm into her next venture. We wish her all the best in what we know will be an incredible career,” reads the statement.

Welteroth’s announcement comes almost two years after she was named editor of the magazine, replacing Teen Vogue founding editor-in-chief Amy Astley in May 2016. Welteroth was later officially named editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue in April 2017 at just 30 years old. This made her both the youngest person and the second African American to hold this position in the 107-year history of Condé Nast—the umbrella company that publishes Teen Vogue.

Under her leadership, the publication expanded its coverage of political news, social justice, and feminism. It also celebrated diversity and became a leading outlet informing teenage girls on a wide range of issues, from fashion to sex to culture. In late 2016, Welteroth made an appearance on the hit ABC series Black-ish playing herself. Welteroth also created and hosted the Teen Vogue Summit, whose inaugural convening in December featured a number of high-profile women in politics and entertainment, including Hillary Clinton, Maxine Waters, and Ava DuVernay. As a result of the changes, Teen Vogue increased its digital impressions and print subscriptions. Still, Condé Nast shuttered its print edition in November.

Last year, Black Enterprise Digital Editor Selena Hill spoke with Welteroth at the Teen Vogue headquarters about the magazine’s new direction, her love life, the challenge of maintaining a work-life balance, and her speaking engagement at Black Enterprise’s 2017 Women of Power Summit. Watch the interview here.

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Carey Mulligan Is Pretty In Pink on Vogue Australia’s January Cover

After revealing a total overhaul of the entire magazine back in September, Vogue Australia has been powering through with newfound confidence. After a gorgeous Margot Robbie cover for December, Aussie Vogue‘s cover for January is just as beautiful. Fresh from the cover of UK Harper’s Bazaar, Carey Mulligan is the title’s first cover girl of 2018, taking to the rooftops of New York City for a rather cinematic cover shoot. The actress was photographed by Emma Summerton wearing a show-stopping Giambattista Valli gown, styled by Christine Centenera.

Vogue Australia January 2018 : Carey Mulligan by Emma Summerton

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Members of our forums were instant fans. “LOOOOOOOVE this! THAT is what I want to see in Vogue around the world: the haute couture, the drama, the over-the-top clothes/hair and makeup and pure glamour,” declared Bertrando3.

“Ooooo lovely!” sighed Lucien122.

“Not sure why, but I like this a lot. The focus is just on her and the dress,” admired forum member Benn98.

Also quick to show the cover some love was Miss Dalloway: “She rarely does it for me in print, but this cover is wonderful.”

“I’ve never been an admirer of full-length cover images but this cover here is simply beautiful. Vogue Australia didn’t need a redesign but I do adore the look of this. The cover images feels so… fashion and celebratory that I cannot help but to love it. Nice one, Vogue Australia!” vogue28 applauded.

SallyAlbright felt the same way. “Love this, dramatic and cool cover. I actually think Carey is quite underrated because she keeps her personal life so quiet. She’s definitely one of the most talented actresses in her age group, and seems to be very normal and cool as well,” she voiced.

Vogue Australia January 2018 : Carey Mulligan by Emma Summerton

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Elaine Weltroth Departs Editor-In-Chief At Teen Vogue

Elaine Welteroth, the youngest at age 31 and first-ever black editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, is stepping down from her position as after just nine months on the job.

Blog Fashionista reported that her departure was announced on Thursday to staffers in an internal email.

Publisher Condé Nast told the blog in a statement: “We talked to Elaine about a number of different opportunities, but ultimately she decided to go in a different direction,” and that, “We wish her all the best in what we know will be an incredible career.”

Since being named editor-in-chief in April, Welteroth was instrumental in steering the magazine’s print version into a more politically-engaged, woke publication, a movement that was launched by its digital team, according to Fashionista. The magazine ceased print publications in November.

So far, no word on Welteroth’s next chapter, but an exclusive by The Hollywood Reporter says she has signed with CAA, sparking further speculation she may be pursuing an on-camera career. Welteroth has previously made a cameo on “Black-ish,” and has also co-written an episode of its spin-off “Grown-ish.” Per THR, “CAA will work with Welteroth to expand her opportunities in film, television, digital, branding and endorsements as well as speaking engagements.”

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Welteroth’s editorial career kicked off at Ebony, where she started off as an intern before climbing the ranks to land the position of beauty and style editor, a role she filled from 2008-2011. From there, she moved to Glamour in a similar role before joining Teen Vogue as the publication’s beauty and health director in 2012. When Welteroth was later named editor-in-chief at Teen Vogue, she was both the youngest person and only the second person of color to ever have held that title at any Condé Nast publication.

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Natalia Vodianova, Irina Shayk and Others Get in the Party Spirit on Vogue Italia’s December Covers

Vogue Italia delivers yet another themed issue for December, dubbed ‘The Celebration Issue.’ Photographic duo Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott captured a festive crew having fun at a Parisian eatery for the occasion. Cover one (below) features Natalia Vodianova tucking into a burger and fries, cover two (after the jump) catches Joan Smalls, Anja Rubik, Catherine McNeil and Jamie Bochert in their swimsuits taking a quick break in the kitchen, and cover three gives us a smiling Irina Shayk as she crawls across the dining table.

Vogue Italia December 2017 : The Celebration Issue by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

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Was the Italian Vogue themed issue a success with our forum members? “YEAH, THIS is Vogue Italia cover worthy!” rejoiced Bertrando3. “It’s glamorous, sensual, fashionable and a real supermodel is on the cover where she belongs.”

“Yeah, this is the VI that’s been missing the last few years. Love all the covers,” declared MyNameIs.

“Love all three covers. The Vogue Italia vibes are back!” applauded StockholmFW.

Sharing the same positive attitude was forum member Sensation: “All three covers are great with perfect model choices!”

Vogue Italia December 2017 : The Celebration Issue by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

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Not everyone was a fan, however. “I desperately want to like this, but I cannot. It’s the silly layout and the way they’re posing with food as if it’s props, LOL. The one with Irina is executed the worst. One would think she’s got a stole over her shoulder instead,” ranted Benn98.

Cottonmouth13 wasn’t pleased either. “These covers are so desperate. Even if you have these well-established models, the theme that you are going for is tedious, you will end up producing a more tedious result! But what I do not get is the fact that it has been themed issues since the new EIC took over. What’s the point?” he asked.

Conbothsides agreed, writing, “This is depressing. Mert & Marcus have been copying other photographers’ work to much lately but they never get it right. They lost it. Should get Testino or Meisel for this instead.”

“Haven’t we seen all this crap before in W Magazine?” slammed mikel. “Where are the days that M&M transported us to another world with their work?”

Vogue Italia December 2017 : The Celebration Issue by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

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Oh well, you can’t win them all. Check out Mert & Marcus’ huge cover story and let us know your thoughts here.

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Hillary Clinton, Yara Shahidi Keynote Teen Vogue Summit in L.A.

“Thanks so much for all of your help,” Hillary Rodham Clinton said backstage at the inaugural Teen Vogue Summit on Saturday morning. As she posed for a photo with a large group of police officers at 72 and Sunny’s Playa Vista campus in Los Angeles, Clinton told the photographer, “This is a very important group. Take a good picture.” The former Secretary of State and presidential candidate had just completed the opening keynote conversation with activist and “Black-ish” actress Yara Shahidi.
While the question-and-answer session lasted 40 minutes, it took less than seven for the discussion to shift toward the previous night’s vote on tax reform. “In the last 24 hours, the Senate passed this absolutely horrible tax-cut plan,” Clinton said, as the crowd booed in support of her sentiment. “It’s great for Donald Trump and his family. It’s great for the billionaires who support him, but it’s going to make life much harder for middle-class families and poor families. It even cuts the tax deduction for teachers who buy supplies for their classrooms and their students.”

“Now it takes care of you if you have a private yacht or a private plane,” she continued, “but heaven forbid if you buy some

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The Dubai Design and Fashion Council and Vogue Arabia Award Fashion Prizes

DUBAI — The Dubai Design and Fashion Council and Vogue Arabia awarded three designers from the region the Fashion Prize earlier this week, an annual award going to the top talent from the Middle East. The designers represent three different categories: ready-to-wear, fine jewelry and accessories. The winners were chosen by a panel that included designer Reem Acra, Aquazzura creative director Edgardo Osorio, DDFC chief executive officer Jazia Aldanhani and Vogue Arabia editor in chief Manuel Arnaut.
“It’s wonderful to discover such promising new talent in the region,” said Osorio. Accra, who is on the board of the council, said: “The DDFC Vogue Fashion Prize is so important for the region. It empowers the new generation of designers.”
This year’s winners were:
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Palestinian designer Faissal El-Malak grew up between Montreal and Qatar and studied in Paris before settling in Dubai. His work is rooted in his search for identity. “Both sides of my family are Palestinian refugees,” he said. “My identity was only based on ideas and memories of my grandparents. I didn’t have anything tangible until I discovered traditionally hand embroidered cushions and dresses that my mother had. That was the first time I had something that related to my identity.”
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Just in time for Halloween, Chrissy Teigen invites Vogue into her beautiful (and haunted?) Beverly Hills home and answers 73 Questions. Chrissy tells us some of her greatest fears, her worst habits, what life is like while John Legend is on tour and much more.

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Natural Beauty Christy Turlington Covers Vogue Germany for October 2017

We’ve practically been counting down the days until that disastrous and overdone Claudia Schiffer cover of Vogue Germany disappears from newsstands and the German fashion bible finally comes to our aid with the newly released October 2017 issue featuring yet another supermodel from the 90s. Photographer Daniel Jackson lets Christy Turlington’s natural, effortless beauty shine through with a bold, yet minimalist cover image of the model wearing a cobalt blue Calvin Klein blazer.

Vogue Germany October 2017 : Christy Turlington by Daniel Jackson

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Members of our forums were quick to discuss the cover. “Claudia last month, now Christy! They are on a roll!! The image is refreshing. Not much is going on. It’s a simple one, a much-needed cover nowadays. However, the layout is just tragic. The font is an eyesore,” pointed out MON the moment the cover struck.

“All this cover needed was Christy, stripped back and pristine. The art direction is headache-inducing,” agreed zoom.

“I like the retro vibe of styling and photography. I agree that the font is awful, it’s really ruining the layout,” noted kokobombon.

Benn98 commented, “Christiane Arp seems to love these cold and icy covers, this shot works well. And Christy does indeed look stunning but I can’t help thinking the cover overall looks very vintage, and not in a good way. The font must go!”

“Beautiful, simple, but chic. And my God, this is the first time I see a major Vogue edition let a woman look her age, thank you for not airbrushing her into oblivion! She looks stunning!” admired forum member Miss Dalloway.

Also a fan was Nymphaea: “Ah, a breath of fresh air, love the simplicity. The blue is very eye-catching.”

The cover, however, failed to interest happycanadian. “I’m so confused. This is one of the worst photos I’ve EVER seen of Christy. And it’s not because she’s looking her age – I think she’s one of the most stunning women on the planet, and just as beautiful now as she ever was. But the lighting here is entirely unflattering, her mouth is awkward as hell, and what is that expression!?” she asked.

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Keala Settle, Hugh Jackman, and the Cast of THE GREATEST SHOWMAN Featured in This Month’s Vogue

Tony nominee, Keala Settle, Hollywood star Hugh Jackman, and the cast of the upcoming motion picture musical, ‘The Greatest Showman’ are featured in this month’s issue of Vogue. The directorof the film, Michael Gracey,discussed the making of the film with the publication, discussing the process and challenges of making the filmwith fashion icon Hamish Bowles.
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Chelsea Manning gets her Vogue moment and proudly shares it with supporters

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Jennifer Lawrence may be on the cover of Vogue, but transgender rights advocate Chelsea Manning is rocking her own story and swimsuit photo in the issue.

In a tweet Thursday, Manning shared the lead image of her magazine feature, “Chelsea Manning Changed the Course of History. Now She’s Focusing on Herself.”

Her thoughts on how the photo shoot turned out were made clear in the caption: “Guess this is what freedom looks like.”

guess this is what freedom looks like 😊👙💋🏊‍♀️🚣‍♀️⛴️🌅🏖️🏙️ @voguemagazine https://t.co/g7YYNkcd9l 😎🌈💕 https://t.co/nyAUje52bE pic.twitter.com/n4ixFkIdVn

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Chelsea Manning shows off her beach body in Vogue

Chelsea Manning has gone from a prison jumpsuit to a vintage bathing suit in the September issue of Vogue — in which she hinted at a possible run at elected office. The transgender, former military specialist — thrown in jail for leaking a trove of documents about the American military to WikiLeaks — was photographed…
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L’Uomo Vogue, the equally legendary men’s version of Vogue…

L’Uomo Vogue, the equally legendary men’s version of Vogue Italia, launched in 1967, but the glossy—along with the rest of Italian Vogue’s sister publications—will be unfortunately coming to the end of its run starting in December. That’s hardly a surprise, given the tragedy that was the passing of Franca Sozzani, Vogue Italia’s beloved editor-in-chief. But like Sozzani, who was a master of eye-catching (and boundary-breaking) imagery, L’Uomo Vogue is also leaving behind a striking visual legacy, from its often fleshy inside spreads to its ever star-studded covers, which over the years have been graced by everyone from Madonna, Keith Richards, a hirsute David Bowie, an ever willowy Prince all the way to modern-day musicians like Justin Bieber and Zayn Malik. The publication also had a knack for being ahead of its time: It gave Kim Kardashian the spotlight back in 2012, and tapped Steven Meisel to shoot Brad Pitt back in the ‘90s—before the actor reappeared, all Troy-ed up, in 2004, complete with bleach blonde locks and beefy thighs. Take a look back those covers, plus Nelson Mandela shot by Anton Corbijn, and Justin Timberlake just hangin’ in the kitchen in a fedora, here.

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Ashley Graham Talks Breaking Barriers With British Vogue Cover and Continuing “Mission of Beauty Beyond Size”

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Michelle Obama Breaks Hearts With Final Vogue Cover As First Lady

It ain’t over ‘til it’s over.

To call Michelle Obama’s first lady farewell tour a roller coaster of emotions would be an understatement. There were the love letters in T Magazine, the relentless, passionate campaigning for Hillary Clinton and the rose gold chainmail Versace gown seen ‘round the world, to name a few.

Now, during a week when we could all use a bit of a pick-me-up, FLOTUS is back to kick us right in the feels all over again.

Looking ethereal in a white Carolina Herrera gown, she is, as usual, the epitome of elegance and grace. Aptly calling her America’s “Mother-in-Chief,” the story followed Obama in the months leading up to Election Day. 

Of course now, the story, cover and Obama’s words, which went to print before the election, hold a completely new meaning post-election. Consider the way she describes her role as first lady ― a position that Vogue calls “surprisingly malleable, shaped by the personality, style and interests (or lack thereof) of the person occupying it.”

“I could have spent eight years doing anything, and at some level, it would have been fine,” Obama said. “I could have focused on flowers. I could have focused on decor. I could have focused on entertainment. Because any first lady, rightfully, gets to define her role. There’s no legislative authority; you’re not elected. And that’s a wonderful gift of freedom.”

It is what she did do ― advocate for education, promote healthy lifestyles and become a darling of the fashion industry ― that in part will make saying goodbye so hard to do. We don’t know for sure what kind of first lady her successor will be. All we know is what Michelle has meant to so many people over the past eight years, perfectly summed up to Vogue by President Obama himself.

“Who you see is who she is,” the president said. “The brilliant, funny, generous woman who, for whatever reason, agreed to marry me. I think people gravitate to her because they see themselves in her—a dedicated mom, a good friend, and someone who’s not afraid to poke a little fun at herself from time to time.”

We know it’s better to smile because it happened than cry because it’s over, but we’re going to need a few days to recover from this one.

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Michelle Obama Tells Vogue ‘It’s Time’ To Leave The White House

First Lady Michelle Obama’s days in the White House are numbered, and she’s savoring every last moment as she prepares to say goodbye.

“Looking out on the South Lawn and the Washington Monument and it had just rained and the grass was really green and everything popped a little bit more,” she told writer Jonathan Van Meter for Vogue’s December cover story. “It’s soooo beautiful. And for that moment I thought, I’m going to miss waking up to this, having access to this anytime I want.” 

Yet she’s ready for the next step, she said.

“On the flip side . . . it’s time. I think our democracy has it exactly right: two terms, eight years. It’s enough. Because it’s important to have one foot in reality when you have access to this kind of power. The nature of living in the White House is isolating. And I think Barack and I—because we’re kind of stubborn—we’ve maintained some normalcy, mostly because of the age of our kids. I go out to dinner with my girlfriends; I go to Sasha’s games; Barack has coached a little basketball with Sasha’s team. But at the same time, when you can’t walk into CVS?”

And while she admits that she doesn’t know what that step will be, she vows to continue fighting on behalf of the issues she cares about.

“I will always be engaged in some way in public service and public life,” she said. “I’ve always felt very alive using my gifts and talents to help other people. I sleep better at night. I’m happier.”

Van Meter spent a month by the first lady’s side, accompanying her to various engagements and speaking to her staffers.

He shows just how revolutionary her tenure has been. She took a “job with no salary, a platform with no power” and loaded it with significance and purpose, he wrote.

“Everything we do is by choice,” she said. “I could have spent eight years doing anything, and at some level, it would have been fine. I could have focused on flowers. I could have focused on decor. I could have focused on entertainment. Because any First Lady, rightfully, gets to define her role. There’s no legislative authority; you’re not elected. And that’s a wonderful gift of freedom.”

She is the perfect mix of substance and insouciance, Van Meter argued.

He highlights her accomplishments in the last eight years ― like Reach Higher and Let Girls Learn, two education initiatives ― as well as her impeccable style and penchant for SoulCycle and carpool karaoke with late-night host James Corden.

Particularly remarkable has been her choice to spend so much time learning from young people.

“It makes us want to live right and do right and be right—Every. Single. Day—so that we don’t ever disappoint these kids and they have something to hold on to, and so that they know—as I say all the time—I can do this. You can do this,” she said.

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American Consultants Rx Charity Donation To Vogue Beauty & Barbering School,Inc. By Charles Myrick

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http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

Serena Williams Covers Vogue (Again) And We Couldn’t Be Happier

Just when we thought we couldn’t love Vogue anymore, they go and put Serena Williams on their cover for the second time.

The athlete is on the April issue, which was shot by legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz. In the image, we see Williams in a navy blue Rag & Bone sheath dress, natural makeup and, of course, her gorgeous curly hair.

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The full article, which appears on Vogue.com, talks about Williams’ friendship with tennis champion (and competitor) Caroline Wozniacki, her plans to expand her interest in fashion beyond her current clothing line on the Home Shopping Network and how she used to hate her toned arms.

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Read the full article on Vogue.com and be sure to pick up your copy of the glossy on newsstands March 25th.
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James Franco And Seth Rogen Continue Bromance With Photoshopped Vogue Cover

The world’s second most talked about couple, James Franco and Seth Rogen, have photoshopped themselves on to the cover of Vogue, replacing the heads of Kim and Kanye with their own. This follows the pair’s vaguely homophobic “Bound 2” parody: “Bound 3.” Prepare yourselves for a phoned-in satirization of E!’s two-part wedding special.


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