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Most of the wealthy women’s clubs in Dubai are of the traditional type: gatherings that involve a meal, a cocktail party, and an accordant (often implicit) dress code. That’s not the @ArabianGazelles. The Gazelles meet about once a month for what they refer to as “an experience.” In the past they’ve visited museum exhibitions, gone zip-lining, test-driven new supercar models, and taken their cars on excursions to the Western Hajar mountains that border Oman and Dubai. Some meet-ups happen on actual race tracks, and while they don’t race each other, some do race against themselves, taking a turn around the track to break their own time records. As in most aspects of their lives, when they hit the road together, the Gazelles tend to wear designer labels, a generous amount of makeup, and expensive jewelry—but the roar of the engine is what propels them. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @devindoyle

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The @ArabianGazelles are wives, mothers, CEOs, pilots, entrepreneurs, journalists, stylists, and almost everything in between. During the past 12 months, as the UAE has become further embroiled in the conflicts in Yemen and held onto its political alliance with Saudi Arabia in the face of much controversy, the gregarious Sobati and the Gazelles have become something like poster children for the women’s movement in the region, both in the sense of progress for women, and in, well, movement. Currently, there are more than 50 members in the club, and more are clamoring to get in every day. The requirements for joining are as follows: Applicants “have to be women, they have to own a luxury car (can be owned by her husband or her individually), and they have to know how to drive a supercar.” Tap the link in our bio to read more. Filmed by @devindoyle

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When it comes to the all-female luxury car club, the @ArabianGazelles, you’d be hard-pressed to deny they’ve got some serious torque. Since the club's launch in 2016, the Gazelles have garnered worldwide attention—and plenty of Instagram likes— for their ultra-glamorous exclusive girls group, one that isn’t just about like-minded wealthy women who shop and throw parties and try to outdress one another, but rather, women who find their bliss inside the steering wheel of a six-figure supercar. Think Real Housewives, only no catfighting, and on wheels. Very, very fast wheels. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @devindoyle

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James Baldwin believed in the power of love, and it was that power that animated his fifth novel and thirteenth book, If Beale Street Could Talk, first released in 1974 and now elegantly adapted for the screen by @moonlightmov's @bandrybarry. “When I first read the book,” Jenkins says, “I thought it was a commentary on the history of black people in America—that it has always been rooted in suffering and despair, and yet somehow, we found the capacity for love and joy.” At its center are two doting young lovers: Tish (played by @kikilayne in the film), a pregnant teenager from Harlem, and her fiancé, Fonny (@tdotsteph), jailed for a rape he did not commit. Tap the link in our bio to meet the two rising stars. Photographed by @tylersphotos, styled by #CamillaNickerson, menswear editor @michael_philouze, Vogue, January 2019

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@carowozniacki met @dlee042 at a dinner party in Miami thrown by a mutual friend, and they stayed in touch. Eventually they started dating, and the rest, as they say, is history. Tap the link in our bio to hear the couple discuss everything they have to look forward to—after basketball, after tennis, when the spotlight is off, when the only people watching them are each other. Photographed by @studio_Jackson, styled by @phyllis_posnick Vogue, January 2019

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The Joneses’ normal holiday tradition is a family affair–orchestrated by @RashidaJones and @KidadaJonesog's father, music legend Quincy Jones. “It’s a big happy family and we eat a ton and we have this wonderful father-son jazz duo, an upright bass and piano, perform. It’s really fun,” says Rashida. But this year, the sisters had something a little different in mind: hosting their own event at Rashida’s house. The Jones sisters show us their holiday party prep, and their favorite festive looks, courtesy of @bananarepublic's holiday collection, at the link in our bio.

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“I need a swoop,” @iamjhud says point-blank. “If a [makeup artist] don’t give it to me, I’ll creep into a bathroom and give it to myself.” Tap the link in our bio to watch her reveal her beauty secrets. Director @taliacollis. Filmed at @waldorfbevhills

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Tom Sturridge and @JakeGyllenhaal return to the stage in Sea Wall/A Life, an incisive pair of one-man shows that leave it all on the line. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, January 2018

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On one of her rare days off, tennis champion @SloaneStephens puts @EsteeLauder's #DoubleWear foundation to the test—and looks flawless as she spends the day at practice, mentoring schoolchildren, meeting her mom for yoga, and on a night out with friends. Tap the link in our bio to view more.

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Watch what happened when Vogue spent 24 hours with model @adesuwa in New York City for the @alexanderwangny show. Tap the link in our bio for the full video. Director @taliacollis DP @rachelbatashvili Sound @lucky_fourteen Editor @smurfyrose Color @jacktashdijan

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To shave, or not to shave? It’s up to you. Tap the link in our bio to learn how a new generation of women is embracing body hair.

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To call Katie Stout's (@ummmsmile) Girl lamps a conversation piece would be an understatement. In fact, they couldn't help but spark an exchange last fall, when Amanda Phelan, the textile designer behind the fashion label @phelannnnn, first met Stout and her Girl lamps at an exhibition. "I just saw them as these aspirational figures," says Phelan, who immediately imagined the "unabashed, body-positive quirky ladies" in a photo shoot with live models. Even though the two designers overlapped at RISD, they hadn't crossed paths until that night, but Phelan cut to the chase and proposed her idea. In a matter of months, this dreamy, painterly project, debuting on Vogue.com, was born. Tap the link in our bio to see more. Photo by @rebekahcampbell

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