The Best of Vogue Magazine
20+ most popular Vogue Magazine articles, as voted by our community.
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What Has a Lifetime of Renting Done to My Psyche?
I was 37 years old when I could afford to rent my own modest one-bedroom, and it changed my life. Sometimes, still, I come home, close the door, and press my forehead against the cool door frame.…
Vogue Magazine on Beauty
5 Benefits of Lemon Water, Explained by a Nutritionist
A glass of lemon water first thing in the morning is one of the most vouched-for wellness tips—and its benefits go beyond just detoxing.
12 of Hailey Bieber’s Best “Glazed Donut” Skin Moments
She's all about the no-makeup makeup aesthetic, enhanced with just the right amount of luminosity.
Vogue Magazine on Fashion
5 Reasons Why Grace Wales Bonner Is a Force of Fashion
Grace Wales Bonner is a speaker at Vogue’s 2019 Forces of Fashion conference on October 10 and 11 in New York City.
Oscars 2023: Fashion—Live From the Red Carpet
See what all your favorite Hollywood stars wore to the 2023 Oscars.
Vogue Magazine on Jony Ive
A Rare Look at Design Genius Jony Ive: The Man Behind the Apple Watch
How Apple’s under-the-radar design genius, Jonathan Ive, has found the way to our hearts.
Vogue Magazine on Lifestyle
The Story Behind Hedi Slimane’s Wedding Gift to Justin and Hailey Bieber
The newlyweds received special his-and-hers Celine jackets on their special day.
Blake Lively Shares Her Baby Registry, Sheds Light on New-Mom Wellness
Blake Lively partners with Amazon to create a registry of curated new-mom picks.
Vogue Magazine on Medicine
What You Need to Know About Ozempic, the Diabetes Drug Fueling Hollywood’s Harmful Weight-Loss Obsession
As the buzz builds around Ozempic, here’s what you need to know about what it is, how it works, and who should—and, perhaps more importantly, shouldn’t—be taking it.
Vogue Magazine on Music
5 Things You Might Not Know About Erykah Badu
Ever since the release of her chart-topping, critically beloved debut record, Baduizm, in 1997, Erykah Badu has been a force to reckon with. The intervening years have seen her win four Grammy Awards,…
Taylor Swift on Sexism, Scrutiny, and Standing Up for Herself
Celebrated, canceled, obsessed over—is Taylor Swift our most endlessly debated pop star? With a new album, and a newly assertivepolitical voice, she opens up to Abby Aguirre about sexism, scrutiny,…
Vogue Magazine on Personal Finance
How Many Clothes Should We Own, Exactly?
A lot less than you think, if a new report is anything to go by.
Why Is It So Hard to Talk About Money?
Here I am, in one of the more expensive restaurants in the city and all I have, financially speaking, is two maxed out credit cards, an empty checking account, and a ton of student debt.
Vogue Magazine on Reading
Words With Friends: On the Joys of Tandem Reading
Is there any purer expression of friendship than mutually deciding to disappear into your respective books?
Vogue Magazine on Sewing
A Vogue Editor Rediscovers the Joys of the Sewing Basket
A nostalgic shopping guide for all your sewing needs.
Sewing Patterns and My Secret Childhood Self
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Vogue Magazine on Vegan
Disney World Just Got a Whole Lot More Vegan
Who wants to go for vegetable dumplings in Epcot?
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Serena Williams's Farewell to Tennis—In Her Own Words
“It’s the hardest thing.”
Inclusive Language Around Abortion Costs Us Nothing and Makes the Movement Stronger
If wanting everyone who walks into an abortion clinic to have their gender identity respected on a potentially painful day makes me a far-left woke crusader, then so be it.
This Is the Summer of the ‘Going -Out Book’
Reading a book at the bar (or at your table, or in any other part of a drinking-and-dining establishment) is not only okay, it’s actively sexy. At least, it is if you have the right book.
Jennifer Lawrence Talks Motherhood, Causeway, and the End of Roe v. Wade
“You have to be political. It’s too dire. Politics are killing people.”
May Every Woman Find Her Marty Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a beacon—but Marty should be too.
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