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“Nobody wants to make out with a slouch! It’s important to me that I look as good as I can.”

Cold temperatures don’t mean you have to sacrifice style:

"None of us really knows anything except provisionally. Now, as Lou Reed put it, 'I’m set free / to find a new illusion.'" Lucy Sante, the renowned writer, culture critic, and scholar of the demimonde discusses her transition—and finding herself.

You can bring a cash-flush tech denizen to the art market, but can you make them buy? Plus Julia Fox’s party planning, the Olsens’ new favorite haunt, and more in this week’s True Colors:

What is Snoop Dogg’s greatest fear? “Heights. I love being high, but I don’t like being up high.”

As Prince Andrew’s connections to Jeffrey Epstein continue to crystalize, it seems the infamous photo of them in Central Park was only the beginning.

Melania’s auction, centered around a white hat she wore to meet the Macrons, reportedly only had five bids.

Drew Barrymore opened up to Kate Hudson about her casual romance with Luke Wilson in the 90s: “It was an open relationship. We were young!”

In an age of endless recs, the Perfectly Imperfect newsletter catalogs the flotsam of our time with irony, subversion, and fun.

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They tour together, sing together, and eat together, but how much do the members of @bts_bighit  actually know about each other? V.F. put them to the test with "The BTS Game Show." Watch the full video:

From their first single to their first Grammy nomination, @bts_bighit  breaks down their already legendary career:

Kavanaugh, who said it was absurd to judge him based on who he was in high school, thinks children convicted of crimes should die in prison.

Viola Davis for V.F. July/August 2020. Photographs by Dario Calmese. The cover marks the first V.F. cover shot by a Black photographer.

"As you wish." ❤️ In his final performance, Carl Reiner shares a special goodbye with his son Rob as part of the fan-film version of The Princess Bride:

Trump has signaled to allies that the Secret Service will have to drag him from the White House kicking and screaming

Presenting Breonna Taylor for Vanity Fair’s September issue, “The Great Fire,” guest-edited by Ta-Nehisi Coates.

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Presenting our December cover star: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez! Two elections in, the congresswoman is still fighting the fight—and she’s as sure as she’s ever been. Read the @Ocasio2018  cover story now. Photograph by Tyler Mitchell.

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