Blog Posts by Vogue Magazine

  • The Grammy's Best and Buzziest Outfits Over the Years

    Nick Remsen

    Another weekend, another red carpet: The Grammy Awards arrive on Sunday, January 26, and by all accounts, the ceremony promises to be a memorable one (Jay Z and Beyoncé performing together is going to make the Twittersphere explode). Here, in advance of the program, we look back on some of the best, brightest, and most buzz-worthy outfits the Grammys have provided over the years (and yes, Jennifer Lopez's jaw-dropping Versace caftan is absolutely included).


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  • Red-Carpet Rebels

    Kelly Connor

    With the awards season (also known as the official start of awards season) upon us, everyone is speculating on what trends we will see on the red carpets of the world in 2014. Who will buck convention? Who will play it safe? And who will blow our minds? We revisited the past decade of the Golden Globe Awards to choose our favorite rule-breaking rebels-and here, we show you how to get the look.

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  • The Big Bang: How to Get French Girl Fringe

    Patricia Garcia


    Charlotte Gainsbourg Charlotte Gainsbourg For much of my life, I've been trying (and failing) to achieve French girl bangs. You know, the wispy, tousled, sideswept fringe that Charlotte Gainsbourg, Caroline de Maigret, and Lou Doillon wear so effortlessly well-but which, despite numerous trips to the salon and ill-fated attempts with the blow dryer, I've never quite managed to master.

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    A recent e-mail exchange with the Paris-based fashion blogger Jeanne Damas, however, revealed that I've been going about it all wrong. "Usually, I cut them myself," she says of taking scissors to her own fine set. "I like small, unstructured fringe, which has a sixties feeling, like Jane Birkin's or Françoise Hardy's or definitely Anna Karina's. Homemade and not perfect." And, she adds, "I never use a blow dryer. This gives my hair a more natural feeling."

    There are plenty of modern-day incarnations of the look, too-although admittedly, the best of them may transcend the boundaries of

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  • Fast Nail Fixes for the Imminently Engaged

    If the sea of selfies turning up on Facebook and Instagram this week is any indication, engagement season has begun. Kicking off with a bang on January 1 before building to a bling-fueled crescendo on Valentine's Day, it's a time for joyful, punch-drunk celebration-unless, that is, your nails can be classified as any of the following: stubby, jagged, broken, or otherwise unsuitable for public viewing in any way. A sparkling late nineteenth-century stunner, after all, loses just a bit of its blinding luster when framed against the backdrop of a lackluster fingertip. Today's Beauty Resolution post offers a smart long-term strategy for die-hard nail biters, but whether a twinkling emerald cut is in your near future or you simply want nicer hands now-more immediate measures can be taken, too. Here, thirteen fast fixes for getting your nails into presentable shape, from a soothing rosemary-scented cuticle balm to a spot-on polish that promises to act as the perfect backdrop.

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  • Lena Dunham: The New Queen of Comedy's First "Vogue" Cover

    by Nathan Heller, photographed by Annie Leibovitz

    Lena Dunham's first-ever Vogue coverLena Dunham's first-ever Vogue coverThrough her hapless alter ego Hannah Horvath, Lena Dunham has brilliantly captured the anxieties and ambitions of a generation. Nathan Heller meets the hardest-working millennial in show business.

    "Three bells!" someone shouts from the far end of the Girls soundstage, and in the dark beyond the blazing lights the crew grows quiet. It's late summer, in the urban tangle of Queens, and Lena Dunham-showing no hint of exhaustion after months of writing, directing, and acting-is shooting the show's season-three finale. She's sitting on a bed, wearing the sort of tank top and bright-green pants favored by her character, Hannah Horvath. Standing opposite her, head in a towel, is the actress Allison Williams, who plays Hannah's highly strung friend Marnie. A pair of cameras are trained on Dunham's face. The sound rolls. Clapper boards snap shut: "A-camera mark!" "B-camera mark!" And in the silence that follows, Dunham transforms from one of Read More »from Lena Dunham: The New Queen of Comedy's First "Vogue" Cover
  • Kate Middleton's Style: How to Dress like a Duchess

    Alexandra Macon

    Who doesn't want to be a princess on her birthday? When it comes to Kate Middleton, our dream is her reality. On the Duchess of Cambridge's 32nd birthday, which she celebrates tonight, we can only imagine what she'll be doing and where she'll be going. But what she'll be wearing is easy for us to picture. Here, we show you how to dress like a duchess.

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  • The Most Iconic Golden Globe Dresses of All Time

    Patricia Garcia

    The Golden Globes red carpet is considered by some to be the wannabe little sister to the glamorous Oscars but the truth is, there has been no shortage of iconic dresses at both ceremonies. More relaxed than the Academy Awards (the open-bar policy might have something to do with it), the Globes provide the perfect opportunity for actresses to be a bit more inventive and spontaneous in their choices. Who doesn't remember Reese Witherspoon's golden Nina Ricci cocktail dress, which distracted everyone from her recent divorce from Ryan Phillippe? Or Emma Stone's short-sleeved Calvin Klein Collection column whose citrus hue stood out on the red carpet? Here, we look at the last decade of Golden Globes fashion and choose the most memorable looks from the red carpet.

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  • Dress the Part: "American Hustle" and the 70s Style of 5 Other Films

    Patricia Garcia

    Sequins, lamé, Bradley Cooper's perm-if you've watched the American Hustle trailer, the mere sight of Oscar-nominated actors Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale, Cooper, and Jeremy Renner in glamorous '70s getups is enough to have you running to a theater come Friday. A direct reaction to the counter-cultural hippie fashion of the previous decade, the seventies, specifically the outlandish disco era, was all about louche exuberance and unapologetic fun. Style was sexed-up, silhouettes took a turn to the exaggerated-as did heels and hemlines-and there was certainly a nouveau riche whiff in the air with all that gold and fur being paraded around. Inspired by Lawrence's sparkling halter dresses, Adams's plunging necklines, and even Bale's flared three-piece suits in David O. Russell's latest movie, we took a nostalgic look at other films that showcased the magic of disco fashion in all of its go-for-broke glory.

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  • 8 Strategies to Ensure You Get What You Want for Christmas

    Patricia Garcia

    Photographed by Arthur Elgort, Vogue, March 1, 1998 Photographed by Arthur Elgort, Vogue, March 1, 1998 At a recent dinner with friends, one of the guys at the table shared his frustration about figuring out what to buy his girlfriend for Christmas this year. He wanted to give her something special, but had no idea where to begin. It's easy, the girls all chimed in at once. "Go on her Pinterest page!" said one of the site many compulsively use as an online wish list. "Call her best friend and ask," suggested another. And while he finally decided on Stuart Weitzman's 5050 boots-we all unanimously said we want a pair this winter-it got us thinking, how do you make sure your loved ones/significant others/friends know exactly what to gift you? Or more specifically, is there a way to subtly (or not so subtly) convey what you truly want? With that in mind, we asked fashion bloggers, editors, and designers for guidance. Turns out, many have strategies they employ during what's now being referred to as #HintingSeason-see above for their tried-and-true tips.

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  • Victoria's Secret Angels' Workout Secrets, Revealed!

    Molly Creeden

    Tuesday night, anyone with a television and a cable connection tuned in to the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, where the world's best bodies walked the liveliest runway in New York wearing little more than their lingerie and a 10-foot-plus set of wings. What does it take for the models to prepare-mentally and physically-for the big event? We asked some of the top Angels to divulge their secrets for getting ready in the months and weeks leading up to the show. Here, their responses, which reveal the steely fortitude of a professional athlete-and a near-universal obsession with coconut water.

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