For our January 2020 issue, Vogue celebrates four fearless creative forces, role models, and mothers with a quartet of covers. Above: cover star @stellamccartney leads the pack. For McCartney, sustainability isn’t a buzzword, an aspiration, or an abstract concept. It’s a way of life—and a focal point of her ever-expanding business. Tap the link in our bio for the full profile, written by @hamishbowles. Photographed by @annieleibovitz, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, January 2020.
Meet @spiraltheorytestkitchen, a self-described queer cooking collective that embraces a playful, chaotic culinary practice. In an era when chefs are increasingly optimizing their food for maximum Instagram posts, STTK pushes in the opposite direction: their creations are intentionally unwieldy, messy, and hard to encapsulate in just a few characters. Their intuitive recipes unfurl with no event horizon in sight, making their dishes almost impossible to recreate. Still, the imperfect aesthetic has resonated online, cutting through the noise of unicorn food and sickly sweet sundaes. Tap the link in our bio to get to know them. Photographed by @mollymatalon
The latest #GoAskAnna looks determinedly to the future, filled as it is with questions about the coming year. Tap the link in our bio to hear Anna Wintour's replies–and for a limited time, you can also tap this video to shop our exclusive #VogueShop mug. Director and Illustrator @theselby Producer, Vogue @djmike Producer, The Selby @camillaferenczi DP @zteisen AC @taylordekker Gaffer Gautam Kadian Sound @thesoundcoop @philshipmansound Editor @mollyholtzinger Animator Fintan Mason Production Assistant @brittanyvonhess
A casual remark, overheard at some forgotten department-store makeup counter, cautioned that for women of a certain age, powder is a no-go. It is just too drying, and unkind to fine lines. But it can be a godsend for women of all ages looking for more control, according to pro-powder burlesque artist and @rupaulsdragrace winner @violetchachki. One Vogue writer takes fashion's new power powders for a spin; tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @ethanjamesgreen by styled by @phyllisposnick, Vogue, December 2019
@alicedelahunt met @rlasher on Raya. “Apparently, I didn’t write Alice back for about three weeks,” Reese recalls. “I remember matching with her, though, and having this weird feeling of familiarity—like we had known each other before, but we hadn’t. I honestly think I waited so long to write her back because instinctively I knew that once I did, my life would change forever.” Tap the link in our bio to go inside their wedding; plus, see more on @vogueweddings. Photographed by @jamesandschulze
Winter means it's time for this season's must-read books to shine. Tap the link in our bio for our best selections, perfect for cozying up with and diving into when you finally have a real weather-based excuse to cancel your plans. Photographed by @AnnieLeibovitz, Vogue, September 2012
An attendee at this year's #Unthanksgiving Indigenous Peoples Sunrise Ceremony, 50 years after the 1969 Occupation of Alcatraz. Every year, indigenous people and supporters return to Alcatraz to honor their ancestors. “The first occupiers had every legal right,” says activist Pennie Opal Plant, who is of Yaqui, Mexican, Choctaw, Cherokee and European ancestry, on the 4:15 a.m. ferry ride to the island for this year’s sunrise ceremony. “Where we were once invisible, we became very visible." Tap the link in our bio for more. Photographed by @janetdelaney