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Richness, gorgeousness, formality and a touch of darkness - the Fall 2019 show was an @Erdem character-led fantasy at its best. Tap the link in our bio to see the collection. Photographed by @coreytenold

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On a day when some of the biggest names in British fashion were showing their Fall 2019 collections in London, protestors were chanting, "There's no fashion on a dead planet.” During Victoria Beckham’s show at Tate Britain on Sunday morning, they blocked Mercedes Benz-sponsored cars, dressed in grass coats and carried signs that read “Ethical is always on trend,” among other pointed slogans. Tap the link in our bio to read more about how @extinctionrebellion disrupted the runway this season. Photographed by @immoklink

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Is seaweed the perfect food? Tap the link in our bio to read an examination into this question. Photographed by @blobbybloherty, Vogue, March 2019

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One year after the cinched waists, over-the-top wigs, and contour of @rupaulsdragrace descended on the tiny city of Tbilisi, Georgia, another far-flung locale is now experiencing its own drag boom: Beirut. Tap the link in our bio for a look inside the city's drag-aissance. Photo by @texting_bitches. #vogueworld

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In a season when spirits have gotten more than a little ground down by the sight of drab grays and browns set against an even gloomier political backdrop, @victoriabeckham show was an instant mood-lifter. Tap the link in our bio to see her Fall 2019 collection. Photographed by @coreytenold

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@MaryKatrantzou’s Fall 2019 collection was inspired by earth, wind, fire and water. Tap the link in our bio to see more. Photographed by @coreytenold

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Photographer @gregoryhalpern captures the swiftly changing face of New York fashion in a series celebrating the LGBTQ+ community, which has gained a new level of visibility in the city’s fashion landscape. “There’s a playful and joyful spirit that runs through fashion work,” Halpern says, “and there are times I’m envious of that and want to indulge looking at beauty in a different way.” Tap the link in our bio to see more. Photographed by @gregoryhalpern of @magnumphotos

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Romanticism, the @Simonerocha_ way. Tap the link in our bio to see more. Photographed by @coreytenold

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The characters @elisabethmossofficial is known for aren’t usually found hanging out on luxury-hotel balconies at sunset. They’re more likely to be resisting the patriarchy while unflatteringly styled. But it’s a mistake to conflate Moss with the roles she plays. “People meet me and they’re thrown because they expect me to be more serious, intense. I’m just so not.” In fact, Moss thinks she’s seen every romantic comedy ever made. And she’s a huge fan of The Real Housewives (she prefers New Jersey to New York). Tap the link in our bio to read the full interview. Photographed by @MaxFarago, styled by @gurvial, Vogue, March 2019. Written by @carina_chocano

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The most underrated charmer on the red carpet? @Diplo. He has dimples! Quippy one-liners! And, perhaps most importantly of all, he has the style to match. In need of proof? Ahead of the Grammy Awards, we spent intimate hours with the DJ as he jetted from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back again. From feeding his chickens, downward-facing dog at yoga, mixing in his recording studio with artist @tovelo, and much more, tap the link in our bio to see what happened when we spent 24 hours with Diplo. Director @ronyalwin DP Maritza Garcia Sound Rich Roy

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No city captures the current drive toward figurative painting with more diversity than Los Angeles. The international @FriezeArtFair is making its first appearance in the southern California city, which has become a launch site for a new movement of body-oriented painters. The work is often narrative—connecting—but can also be surreal. At the link in our bio, Becky Kolsrud (@beckybecky12), @JesseMockrin, and Katja Seib, three young LA figurative painters, share more on their work and how it relates to their city. Artwork: @jessemockrin. The Messenger, 2016. Courtesy of @nathaliekarggallery

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London Fashion Week has begun with a bang with a witching hour at the Matty Bovan Fall 2019 show. Tap the link in our bio to see all the looks. Photographed by @coreytenold

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