Vogue

The 22-year-old model hasn't commented on the backlash.
Inspired by Beyoncé’s Vogue cover, a YouTube star styled her hair into a flower vase and sparked a new hair trend on social media.
The single sentence looks starkly tone-deaf in a profile that also talks about the long-term effects of trauma after sexual violence.
But others have praised the photo as playful and “family goals,” accusing critics of being overly sensitive.
With her Vogue cover, she drew the curtains back on one of the whitest magazines, welcomed the ancestors and left the front door open for generations to come.
"While we can’t rewrite the past, we can commit to a better future," the fashion magazine said.
"I want [my son] to know that he can be strong and brave but that he can also be sensitive and kind," she tells Vogue.
The singer goes nearly makeup-free and opens up about her emergency C-section.
“As you know, this is not America’s finest hour."
The best advice: "Never trust nobody," the "Girls Trip" star says in the Vogue video.
The "Lemonade" singer recruited the 23-year-old artist to shoot her September issue appearance.
And for the first time ever, a black photographer has shot the cover.
The singer ditched her signature ponytail for the July cover, but she does have fake freckles!
What has her life been like in the aftermath of over 100 credible accusations of sexual violence and harassment against her husband?
Conde Nast International said the magazine was going for a "stylized bronzing effect."
Halima Aden is only 20 years old, but she’s already on the covers of magazines as an international model. She was born in Kenya in a refugee camp, to escape the conflict in Somalia