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Fashion Tyler, The Creator’s Fashion Show Was Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Seen Rapper, TV show creator, actor, and clothing designer Tyler, The Creator’s debut fashion show in Los Angeles on Saturday night was the hottest ticket in town (ticket being the operative word—news spread via Twitter and seats sold out fast) with guests like Kanye West, Solange, and Kendall Jenner in attendance. Much like its creator, the Golf Wang 2016 event was part comedy sketch, part skate park, part concert, with an Oprah-style giveaway and a song Tyler wrote for the night as the finale.
Music Tour Tel Aviv’s Old Jaffa With Yemenite-Israeli band A-WA of “Habib Galbi” The A-WA sisters (Tair, Liron, and Tagel) show off their favorite Tel Aviv haunts—an artisan jewelry shop run by Ben-Zion David; the Levinsky Market; and a vinyl store, where they have spent hours scavenging for rare records. “When we started working on this album, we collected a lot of old records of Yemenite singers that immigrated, like our grandparents did, to Israel,” explains Tar.
Fashion Travis Scott’s Fashion Week Ride Is a Helicopter | Getting Ready Travis Scott skips traffic and ups the transport game by landing in Manhattan via helicopter to headline the Alexander Wang after-party. After a quick change from a Supreme hoodie to a look from the new Adidas Originals by Alexander Wang collaboration, the rapper sets out to perform at one of the hottest New York Fashion Week events.
Fashion Teyana Taylor on Walking in Kanye West’s Yeezy Show and Twinning With Her Husband We caught up with singer Teyana Taylor and her husband, basketball player Iman Shumpert, as they got ready for the Kith show in the Meatpacking District during New York Fashion Week. The breakout star of Kanye West’s “Fade” video spoke candidly about her moment as a model—the nerves! the heels!—and talked about the style connection she shares with Shumpert.
Music Sean “Diddy” Combs and the Bad Boy Family on Their Best Throwback Memories Once in a generation there’s a collective that shakes up the cultural norm. In 1993 Sean Combs founded Bad Boy Entertainment, giving the East Coast a new sound of soulful tracks with powerful messages. Here, to commemorate the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour, Combs reminisces about The Notorious B.I.G., his son Christian Combs recalls a birthday spent on stage, and others in the Bad Boy family recall their best Bad Boy memories.
Beauty Watch Ciara’s Red Carpet Beauty Routine Ciara is a hallmark beauty chameleon, with every appearance on the red carpet and in the front row shifting the tectonic plates of where hair and makeup are headed. But for all of the commotion caused when she steps in front of a camera, her photo-ready routine is surprisingly serene. Here, Ciara shares an inside look at how she gets red carpet–ready, a testament to the beautifying powers of a good team, a curling iron, and, of course, salad.
Music Vince Staples' Music Writing Process? There Is No Process Vogue.com met up with Vince Staples in Long Beach, CA during F.Y.F. to talk about his album Prima Donna. Here, Staples shares his process: write what you want, when you want, and don’t force it. Music: Vince Staples “War Ready” from Prima Donna
Fashion SZA, The Internet, and More Talk Color Theory at Tyler, the Creator’s Carnival in Los Angeles Tyler, the Creator is known for his love of bright colors, and the spirt of his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles shared that vibrant energy. Watch SZA, Kevin Abstract, Domo Genesis, Tokimonsta, and The Internet’s Matt Martians, Syd tha Kyd, and Steve Lacy call out their color mood.
Music Troye Sivan’s Backstage Ritual May Surprise You The 21-year-old YouTube star turned international pop sensation recently invited us to join him backstage as he warmed up for a show at New York City’s Terminal 5. Watch as he does his vocal exercises, gives himself a little pep talk, and even catches a minute to meditate before hitting the stage for a sold-out show.
Music D.R.A.M.’s Blowout Grammy Weekend: Puppies, Cash Machines, and Balenciaga Rapper D.R.A.M. may be a Grammy newcomer, but with the support of his fans, family, and puppy, he got through the night in style.