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  • Getting married at A Little White Wedding is a choose your own adventure-style experience. Some think there’s a type that gets married here. The shotgunners, the too-many-shots-gunners. But there’s no type. Some couples are old and some are young. Some are from down the street and some are from oceans away. Some wear sweatpants and Nike slides, some wear veils and white dresses. Some have known each other for years, some for months, some are sheepishly vague on a timeline. Some just want something quick. Hell, some just want something inexpensive—the average American wedding now costs over $30,000. A Little White Wedding Chapel package ranges from $50 to $800.

Most, though? They just want a ceremony that’s. . .fun. “I love, love Elvis,” one bride says. “If it’s good enough for Britney, it’s good enough for me,” another shrugs.

Above: Three generations of women—bride Maryamawit Asebe, her daughter, Neya, and grandmother Belaynesh Desta—pose against the Chapel walls.

Tap the link in our bio to read more from our #AmericanWomen series. Photographed by @littlebrownmushroom, written by @ejtay
  • Getting married at A Little White Wedding is a choose your own adventure-style experience. Some think there’s a type that gets married here. The shotgunners, the too-many-shots-gunners. But there’s no type. Some couples are old and some are young. Some are from down the street and some are from oceans away. Some wear sweatpants and Nike slides, some wear veils and white dresses. Some have known each other for years, some for months, some are sheepishly vague on a timeline. Some just want something quick. Hell, some just want something inexpensive—the average American wedding now costs over $30,000. A Little White Wedding Chapel package ranges from $50 to $800.

    Most, though? They just want a ceremony that’s. . .fun. “I love, love Elvis,” one bride says. “If it’s good enough for Britney, it’s good enough for me,” another shrugs.

    Above: Three generations of women—bride Maryamawit Asebe, her daughter, Neya, and grandmother Belaynesh Desta—pose against the Chapel walls.

    Tap the link in our bio to read more from our #AmericanWomen series. Photographed by @littlebrownmushroom, written by @ejtay
  •  17,332  65  5 hours ago

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  • Watch as @mulan_bae reveals all the beauty secrets behind her enviable glow and statement lip; tap the link in our bio for the full video.
Director @taliacollis
Filmed at @thestandard
  • Watch as @mulan_bae reveals all the beauty secrets behind her enviable glow and statement lip; tap the link in our bio for the full video.
    Director @taliacollis
    Filmed at @thestandard
  •  11,868  69  9 hours ago
  • With drag on the pop cultural rise, society has come to consider drag queens in easy categories: comedy queens, lip sync queens, pageant queens. @iamwestdakota does it all.  The drag queen possesses a star quality to rival Lady Gaga—and the high cheekbones to match. Tap the link in our bio to get to know her. Photo by @olivermint #vogueworld
  • With drag on the pop cultural rise, society has come to consider drag queens in easy categories: comedy queens, lip sync queens, pageant queens. @iamwestdakota does it all. The drag queen possesses a star quality to rival Lady Gaga—and the high cheekbones to match. Tap the link in our bio to get to know her. Photo by @olivermint #vogueworld
  •  30,436  190  23 hours ago

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  • “It’s more fun to play things that are ugly,” says @taron.egerton. In pursuit of that ugliness, Egerton took on the titular role in Eddie the Eagle—a 2016 underdog comedy based on the true story of a hapless British ski jumper with a prominent underbite. And now he’s playing (and singing) the part of Elton John in the forthcoming biopic Rocketman: a man famous for many things but not, primarily, his good looks. “I mean, I think he’s got a lot of sex appeal,” counters Egerton when I point this out. He momentarily loses his train of thought. “Sorry, my mind was just imagining Elton reading this.” (Encountering the famous singer for the first time, he tells me, was a bit like “going to meet the queen.”) Tap the link in our bio to read the full interview. Photographed by @antoncorbijn4real, styled by @whatmollysees, Vogue, April 2019
  • “It’s more fun to play things that are ugly,” says @taron.egerton. In pursuit of that ugliness, Egerton took on the titular role in Eddie the Eagle—a 2016 underdog comedy based on the true story of a hapless British ski jumper with a prominent underbite. And now he’s playing (and singing) the part of Elton John in the forthcoming biopic Rocketman: a man famous for many things but not, primarily, his good looks. “I mean, I think he’s got a lot of sex appeal,” counters Egerton when I point this out. He momentarily loses his train of thought. “Sorry, my mind was just imagining Elton reading this.” (Encountering the famous singer for the first time, he tells me, was a bit like “going to meet the queen.”) Tap the link in our bio to read the full interview. Photographed by @antoncorbijn4real, styled by @whatmollysees, Vogue, April 2019
  •  78,991  291  21 March, 2019
  • Who is @NaomiOsaka? The tennis star purses her lips. “That’s such a complex question,” she says with a laugh. And though there is something Naomi-esque about her—something that can’t be captured by a label—one quality clearly defines her: She is relentlessly determined to become both a better tennis player and a better person. As extraordinary as Osaka’s success has been—she is the first woman since Jennifer Capriati, in 2001, to win her second major immediately after winning her first—her unselfconscious self-awareness, and her desire and ability to learn, have been even more impressive. Tap the link in our bio to read our full interview. Photographed by @studio_Jackson, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, April 2019
  • Who is @NaomiOsaka? The tennis star purses her lips. “That’s such a complex question,” she says with a laugh. And though there is something Naomi-esque about her—something that can’t be captured by a label—one quality clearly defines her: She is relentlessly determined to become both a better tennis player and a better person. As extraordinary as Osaka’s success has been—she is the first woman since Jennifer Capriati, in 2001, to win her second major immediately after winning her first—her unselfconscious self-awareness, and her desire and ability to learn, have been even more impressive. Tap the link in our bio to read our full interview. Photographed by @studio_Jackson, styled by @phyllis_posnick, Vogue, April 2019
  •  36,344  168  21 March, 2019
  • At 28, Elizabeth Debicki is still a relative newcomer to Hollywood, though her impressive resume speaks to a star twice her age. In the six years since her supporting role in the film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, she has captivated audiences as part of an ensemble cast in the sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy and Steve McQueen’s all-female heist drama, Widows. And when it comes to fashion, she is forward-thinking and forthright. The actress embraces her chameleonic fashion impulses with both hands, flaunting a classically feminine silhouette on the red carpet one moment, and then switching things up with a daring, androgynous look the next. Tap the link in our bio for more on how she's redefining the look of Australian cool. Photographed by @mikaeljansson, styled by #CamillaNickerson, written by Gaby Wood, Vogue, April 2019
  • At 28, Elizabeth Debicki is still a relative newcomer to Hollywood, though her impressive resume speaks to a star twice her age. In the six years since her supporting role in the film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, she has captivated audiences as part of an ensemble cast in the sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy and Steve McQueen’s all-female heist drama, Widows. And when it comes to fashion, she is forward-thinking and forthright. The actress embraces her chameleonic fashion impulses with both hands, flaunting a classically feminine silhouette on the red carpet one moment, and then switching things up with a daring, androgynous look the next. Tap the link in our bio for more on how she's redefining the look of Australian cool. Photographed by @mikaeljansson, styled by #CamillaNickerson, written by Gaby Wood, Vogue, April 2019
  •  34,354  118  21 March, 2019

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  • Marta Rios’s love of kaleidoscopic color defines both her personal style and the quirky line of clothing and accessories she creates under the name @ateliermimii, which launched last fall and held its first Paris Fashion Week presentation this season.  In her latest collection, the profusion of ruffles, polka dots, and dramatically frilled fabrics takes notes from classic Spanish aesthetics, like those seen in the paintings displayed at the Prado museum in Madrid. Tap the link in our bio for more on the colorful world of Marta Rios. #vogueworld
  • Marta Rios’s love of kaleidoscopic color defines both her personal style and the quirky line of clothing and accessories she creates under the name @ateliermimii, which launched last fall and held its first Paris Fashion Week presentation this season. In her latest collection, the profusion of ruffles, polka dots, and dramatically frilled fabrics takes notes from classic Spanish aesthetics, like those seen in the paintings displayed at the Prado museum in Madrid. Tap the link in our bio for more on the colorful world of Marta Rios. #vogueworld
  •  31,258  174  20 March, 2019
  • In her first speech to Parliament since last week's terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand prime minster @jacindaardern vowed she would not publicly say the name of the far-right mass shooter who took 50 lives. "He is a terrorist, he is a criminal, he is an extremist. But he will, when I speak, be nameless," Ardern said. "He may have sought notoriety, but we in New Zealand will give him nothing. Not even his name." Tap the link in our bio to read more on her strong stance, markedly different from the usual coverage in the U.S. Photographed by @derekhendersonphoto, Vogue, March 2018
  • In her first speech to Parliament since last week's terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand prime minster @jacindaardern vowed she would not publicly say the name of the far-right mass shooter who took 50 lives. "He is a terrorist, he is a criminal, he is an extremist. But he will, when I speak, be nameless," Ardern said. "He may have sought notoriety, but we in New Zealand will give him nothing. Not even his name." Tap the link in our bio to read more on her strong stance, markedly different from the usual coverage in the U.S. Photographed by @derekhendersonphoto, Vogue, March 2018
  •  50,386  430  20 March, 2019
  • World, meet @nathanwestling. The redhead model, formerly known as Natalie, has confirmed his gender identity as male. A favorite of designers like Marc Jacobs and Nicolas Ghesquière, Westling established himself as one of high fashion’s most coveted muses in the 2010s before taking a sabbatical starting in October 2018 to focus on himself and his health. His last runway was for Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2019 show, though he plans to move back to New York this year and continue to model, with representation from The Society. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @collierschorrstudio
  • World, meet @nathanwestling. The redhead model, formerly known as Natalie, has confirmed his gender identity as male. A favorite of designers like Marc Jacobs and Nicolas Ghesquière, Westling established himself as one of high fashion’s most coveted muses in the 2010s before taking a sabbatical starting in October 2018 to focus on himself and his health. His last runway was for Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2019 show, though he plans to move back to New York this year and continue to model, with representation from The Society. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @collierschorrstudio
  •  30,560  235  19 March, 2019
  • Meet @inscotts, the 21-year-old Jamaica, Queens native, whose easygoing demeanor and gorgeous hip-grazing braids put her on 17 runways over the course of four weeks, as she criss-crossed two continents and four cities. Armed with three film cameras, Scott captured her experience in a series of candid shots; they offer a glimpse at the lighter moments that occur within each model’s international show tour. Tap the link in our bio to see all her photos.
  • Meet @inscotts, the 21-year-old Jamaica, Queens native, whose easygoing demeanor and gorgeous hip-grazing braids put her on 17 runways over the course of four weeks, as she criss-crossed two continents and four cities. Armed with three film cameras, Scott captured her experience in a series of candid shots; they offer a glimpse at the lighter moments that occur within each model’s international show tour. Tap the link in our bio to see all her photos.
  •  24,122  98  19 March, 2019
  • Learn @cindycrawford's typical morning beauty routine–and the beauty tips she's passing on to her daughter @kaiagerber. Tap the link in our bio for the full video. Filmed at @waldorfbevhills
  • Learn @cindycrawford's typical morning beauty routine–and the beauty tips she's passing on to her daughter @kaiagerber. Tap the link in our bio for the full video. Filmed at @waldorfbevhills
  •  22,624  278  19 March, 2019