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According to the @plasticsoupfoundation, the production of plastic has increased every year by 8 percent and more of the polymeric material was produced over the last 10 years than during the entire 20th century. In the U.S. alone, over 60 million plastic bottles are thrown away every day. Tap the link in our bio to read more five major beauty brands are making unprecedented changes to help address this growing issue. Photographed by @oliverhadleepearch, Vogue, June 2017. #EarthDay
In memory of Jayne Wrightsman, (née Larkin). The decorative arts connoisseur and cultural philanthropist has died at 99. A fabled enricher of the collections at the @metmuseum , every gift was a testament to her unerring eye and exquisite taste. Photographed by Cecil Beaton, Vogue, 1960.
T. C. Cannon, the late Caddo and Kiowa artist who lived much of his life in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is one of the most influential indigenous artists in the world. You just haven’t seen his work yet. Part of that is because his paintings have rarely been on view in one space—until now. A new exhibition, “T. C. Cannon: At the Edge of America,” will open at New York’s National Museum of the American Indian from April 6 to September 16, traveling from the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. Tap the link in our bio to learn more. Above: "Waiting for the Bus (Anadarko Princess)" (1977) Photo: Thosh Collins/National Museum of the American Indian
@caradelevingne has never been one to shy from bucking gender norms. And in Her Smell, an indie film about an all-female ’90s punk band that also stars Elisabeth Moss and Delevingne’s rumored girlfriend Ashley Benson, she continues to push boundaries. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @cassblackbird
How much time do working parents actually spend with their kids, and who is watching them while Mom or Dad circle the globe on business? How do moms who work outside the home and stay-at-home moms really feel about each other? What are the hidden costs of having kids, both emotional and financial? These are questions that might invite squirming, but would also likely provide helpful context for others struggling to make it work. Not asking means the answers can end up shrouded in shame and silence—and we really don’t know “how she does it.” Vogue asked more than two dozen mothers, including single and married women, business owners and freelance employees, in fields ranging from finance to marketing to journalism and the service industry, to compile a (non-comprehensive) list of things we tend not to talk about when we talk about working parenthood. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by Steven Meisel, Vogue, June 2006
You might be wondering: How does someone study law if they haven’t finished college? Turns out, four U.S. states, including California, offer another path to passing the bar—what is known as “reading the law,” or apprenticing with a practicing lawyer or judge. It wasn’t until the early 1800s that a law degree was even a thing; everyone apprenticed with a lawyer or judge, and even after colleges began offering law courses, many still chose apprenticeship, including no less a figure than Abraham Lincoln. “If you are resolutely determined to make a lawyer of yourself the thing is more than half done already,” he wrote in 1855. “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other one thing.” “First year of law school,” @kimkardashian says, “you have to cover three subjects: criminal law, torts, and contracts. To me, torts is the most confusing, contracts the most boring, and crim law I can do in my sleep. Took my first test, I got a 100. Super easy for me. The reading is what really gets me. It’s so time-consuming. The concepts I grasp in two seconds.” Sometime this summer, Kim will take what is known as the “baby bar” administered by the state; if she passes, she will be given the OK to continue for three more years of study. Tap the link in our bio to read the full May cover story. Photographed by @mikaeljansson, styled by @tonnegood, written by @jonathanvanmeter, Vogue, May 2019.
"To recommend going to this part of Europe would be an understatement—we had an effervescent two weeks with circles left embedded in our skin from the rocky beaches." Photographer @rebekahcampbell shares snapshots taken in August of last summer while on a trip to the south of France, 10 minutes from the border of Italy; tap the link in our bio to see them all. Photographed by @rebekahcampbell