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Meet the ten finalists of the 2018 class of the @CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund: @matthewadamsdolan, @christiancowan, @huntingseasonnyc, @luar, @pyermoss, @jonathancohenstudio, @rderavenel ,@scosha @bode and @batshevadress. The winner, along with two runners-up, will be announced this month—in the meantime, tap the link in our bio to learn more about each of the designers in the running. Photographed by Alex Webb, styled by @jordenbickham, Vogue, November 2018

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Next up in , Vogue's series of videos in which some of our favorite women explain the concepts you need to understand ahead of the midterms? Net neutrality. So we recruited @zaziebeetz, charismatic star of Atlanta and Deadpool 2, to help explain exactly what net neutrality is. Why did the FCC partially repeal it last year? Why is the state of California getting sued over it? And why does it matter for you, dear voter, when you’re deciding who to cast your ballot for in the midterm elections? Our theory is: You can’t vote for candidates if you don’t understand the positions they’re running on. So now you know! See you on November 6. Tap the link in our bio to learn more. Director @haileybentongates Fashion Editor @choistory_ DP @davey_jakes Story Editor @bridgetgillard Sound Lily Van Leeuwen Set Designer @javirigoyen Hair @lacyredway Makeup @AsamiTaguchimua Manicure @nailglam Editor @evan.allan Music Courtesy of @concierge_records Filmed at @southboxgym

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With a little help from some of the biggest and brightest personalities of Paris Fashion Week, @haimtheband helped us celebrate a season of personality-driven fashion. The fashion anthem of choice? Shania Twain’s sassy 1997 hit “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” a song that’s both a rally cry for female empowerment (sorry, boys, try harder!) and uncompromising personal style. See the full video (and all the looks) by tapping the link in our bio. Director @columbinegoldsmith Fashion Editor @jordenbickham Director of Photography @shanesigler Hair @christian_eberhard Makeup @helenevasniermua Manicure @chloedesmarchelier Choreographer @emmachadwick___ Music “That Don’t Impress Me Much” by @shaniatwain Production @prodn_artandcommerce Post Production @modern.post Editor @instagrahamsam Color @company_3 Title Design @rebeccacianfrini Filmed at The @thepeninsulaparis

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In the boldest looks from the Paris collections, @lovegrace_e and @adesuwa join more of the biggest and brightest personalities of Paris Fashion Week, led by @haimtheband in singing Shania Twain's “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” as an ode to uncompromising personal style. For example: Shake, rattle, and roll into next season with the glam new look of fringe. In @gucci’s glittering blue party number, you’re bound to get footloose like @inscotts. And don’t be fooled: This is no ordinary dress on @hannahfergusonofficial. @yproject_official’s diaphanous creation has transformative powers. Flick the wrist chain—et voilà!—instant Angelina Jolie leg reveal. See the full video via the link in our bio. Director @columbinegoldsmith, Fashion Editor @jordenbickham.

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Abstract expressionism or pop art? Be the woman who adores both, like @lilisumner in @driesvannoten’s collage prints. And what could be chicer—or more reassuring—than the loving embrace of @marineserre_official’s fuzzy summer knits as seen on @abbychampion? Tap the link in our bio to see a spirited crew of models take to the streets with @haimtheband, singing Shania Twain's sassy 1997 hit and showing off the boldest new looks from the Paris collections. Director @columbinegoldsmith, Fashion Editor @jordenbickham.

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With their innate sense for California cool, the sisters of @haimtheband gave the idea of front row dressing a brand-new beat—which, incidentally, was right in step with the neo-bohemian vibe that came through on the runways. Decked out in the season’s sophisticated hippie looks—each sister rocks the eclectic style of the season with her own distinctive flair, thanks to @maisonvalentino, @pacorabanne, and @chloe—they joined a spirited crew of models on the streets of Paris. So you got the moves, but have you got the touch? In @dior’s and @koche’s soulful tie-dyed and paisley-print dresses, you can have it all—@karlyloyce and @hayettmccarthy show how it’s done. Tap the link in our bio for the full video. Director @columbinegoldsmith Fashion Editor @jordenbickham Director of Photography @shanesigler Hair @christian_eberhard Makeup @helenevasniermua Manicure @chloedesmarchelier Choreographer @emmachadwick___ Music “That Don’t Impress Me Much” by @shaniatwain Production @prodn_artandcommerce Post Production @modern.post Editor @instagrahamsam Color @company_3 Title Design @rebeccacianfrini Filmed at The @thepeninsulaparis

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Dressed to impress! @haimtheband took on the boldest new looks from the Paris collections—with a little help from Shania Twain and a spirited crew of models. The fashion lessons? Logo dressing is here to stay. Spell it out loud and clear in this silky @balenciaga slip dress on @tamiwilliamsofficial. Throw in @chanelofficials chic PVC shoes with a parapluie-print slip dres as seen on Camille Rowe (@fingermonkey) and there’s reason for us all to sing for joy—even in the rain. Yes, baby doll dresses for grown-ups do exist. See @ianagodnia in @stellamccartney. And oh, you think you’re special? You certainly will be in @loewe’s fancy, feather-trimmed knit dress, as worn by @hoooooyeony. Watch the complete video via the link in our bio. Director @columbinegoldsmith, Fashion Editor @jordenbickham.

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What better way to celebrate a season of personality-driven fashion than with the biggest and brightest personalities of Paris Fashion Week? Decked out in the season’s sophisticated hippie looks, HAIM joined a spirited crew of models on the streets of Paris singing a fashion anthem, Shania Twain’s sassy 1997 hit “That Don’t Impress Me Much.” As for the message of uncompromising personal style? If you have unmistakable tattoos like @adesuwa, conceal and/or reveal on your own terms with Clare Waight Keller’s slinky metallic dress for @givenchyofficial. Or make like @lovegrace_e and get lost in the mesmerizing beauty of @alexandermcqueen's dark floral dresses. See more at the link in our bio. Director @columbinegoldsmith Fashion Editor @jordenbickham Director of Photography @shanesigler Hair @christian_eberhard Makeup @helenevasniermua Manicure @chloedesmarchelier Choreographer @emmachadwick___ Music “That Don’t Impress Me Much” by @shaniatwain Production @prodn_artandcommerce Post Production @modern.post Editor @instagrahamsam Color @company_3 Title Design @rebeccacianfrini Filmed at The @thepeninsulaparis

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“I feel like I would be annoyed by me if I weren’t me,” @chrissyteigen says. “I feel that all the time.” But we disagree: Chrissy Teigen may be the Last Likable Person on the Internet. Tap the link in our bio to read her thoughts on Kanye, getting blocked by Trump, and why she actually cares about the comments. Photographed by @gigilaub, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, November 2018

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Looking for a perfect way to spend time with someone that isn't a traditional dinner-and-a-movie plan? There’s an element of surprise and adventure to biking that’s impressive to potential dates. Tap the link in our bio for more on how to chase down love in the bike lane this date night. @andreaadiddy photographed by @cassblackbird, stlyed by @jordenbickham, Vogue, November 2018

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All through the primaries, pundits have been declaring 2018 the year that women have finally decided to storm the gates of government— a record 529 women announced they would run for Congress this year. But of all the impressive women running, it’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@ocasio2018) who has emerged as the anti-Trump. He’s from Queens; she was born less than fifteen miles away, in the Bronx. He inherited a family business; she was bartending as she mounted a campaign for office. If Trump is the last gasp of the baby boomers, then Ocasio-Cortez is the first emphatic cry of the millennials. Tap the link in our bio to read more about how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other progressives are defining the midterms. Photographed by , styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, November 2018

 image by Vogue (@voguemagazine) with caption : "Yasmine Baiou (@yasmineodalisque), a stylist based in Paris, says, “I like to get high on paintings . . . The work of Gu" - 1890215234243081114
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Yasmine Baiou (@yasmineodalisque), a stylist based in Paris, says, “I like to get high on paintings . . . The work of Gustav Klimt, Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, Léon Bakst, and the Orientalist movement obviously inspired my world,” she quickly adds, “I think that the essence of my style is really ’70s,” and she is not talking about the 1870s. She cites “Cher for her disco and hippie style and Frida Kahlo for her folkloric and traditional style,” and confesses that she is obsessed with Les Eaux Primordiales’s gorgeously named fragrance, Let’s Murder the Moonshine. Tap the link in our bio for more young women, whose deeply felt style may be reminiscent of the great portrait artists of the past, but whose drama, whose fierce attitude, is light-years away from stuffy museum corridors. Photo by @adelinerapon