The Best of Teen Vogue
10+ most popular Teen Vogue articles, as voted by our community.
a little chaos goes a long way ✨👊🏾
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Imagine If There Were More Young People in Office
Congress is one of the oldest on average in recent history. That matters.
Teen Vogue on Beauty
Celebrity Bodies Are Not Public Property
In this op-ed, writer Sara Li discusses the negative impact of invasive commentary.
Teen Vogue on Fashion
For Curvy Runway Models, Showing Up Is Only Half The Battle
“I think we all noticed a decline.”
I Dressed Like Bella Hadid for a Week to Find the Best Plus-Size Alternatives
Proceed with caution, your wallet might be tempted.
Teen Vogue on Mental Health
How K-pop Stars Are Leading Vital Mental Health Conversations
“I tend to think that depression is a natural thing rather than a bad thing,” GOT7 leader Jay B tells Teen Vogue.
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Can Young People Really Use the Courts to Stop Climate Change?
A youth-led climate case is going to trial for the first time ever.
Economic Disobedience: What Is It and How Does It Work?
From student debt strikes to withholding rent.
Inside the History of Sex Worker Organizing in the U.S.
The first known sex workers’ rights protest dates back to 1917.
The Many Unseen Financial Costs of DACA
This June marks the 10-year anniversary of the DACA program.
The Real Disrespect Is the Monarchy Itself
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