MusicSherrie Silver, the Rwandan-born dancer who choreographed Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” video, shows Vogue her five Afrobeat dances.
Director: Steven Brahms
Fashion Editor: Alexandra Gurvitch
MusicKali Uchis has always maintained a singular vision when it comes to her style, even when she was a young kid selling clothes out of her car in her school’s parking lot. Watch as she spends a day in New York ahead of her performance at Governors Ball Music Festival, from donning kitten heels in her hotel room to underlining the importance of accessories at a local thrift store.
Director Rebecca Fourteau
Fashion Editor Alexandra Gurvitch
MagazineOn a recent visit to Florida, Vogue shot Serena absolutely tearing up a runway at the Palm Beach International Airport. Soundtrack? N.E.R.D.’s new single “Lemon” featuring Rihanna. Some real-life air traffic controllers (and huge Serena fans) got in the act too. Vogue offered some choreography—but Serena didn’t really need it. Play the music, roll the camera. This here ain’t a scrimmage.
Director: Bardia Zeinali.
Fashion Editor: Angelo DeSanto.
MusicIn advance of N.E.R.D’s upcoming album, Pharrell opens up about how Kelis helped diversify his wardrobe and discusses his style influences, from lumberjacks to hip-hop icons like A Tribe Called Quest.
Directed by Lofty Nathan
MusicAt Afropunk 2017, Princess Nokia takes on white supremacy, the current sociopolitical climate, and her own personal history as she debuts some of her new crop of confidence-boosting, take no prisoner anthems off her newest album, 1992 Deluxe.
FashionJoey Bada$$’s sound has evolved since he burst onto the scene a few years back, and with the release of his new album, All-Amerikkkan Bada$$, he’s explicitly embracing politics, tackling systemic oppression, racism, police brutality, and more. Here, he discusses his artistic intentions, his political motivations, and his spiritual practices (including harnessing the power of crystals).
MusicIn honor of the Tonys, we asked some of our favorite Broadway actors to share the story of their most memorable auditions for a musical. Josh Groban recounts being laughed out of the room for his try at Sweeney Todd, Idina Menzel shares the secret of her Wicked outburst, Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr. reveals the song he always auditions with, and Hugh Jackman admits that his run for the musical Beauty and the Beast forced him into singing lessons.
MusicTo mark the occasion of the Tonys, we hit up some of our favorite Broadway stars for some of their less distinguished moments: their audition horror stories. James Corden, Kevin Spacey, Hugh Jackman, Tavi Gevinson, Cobie Smulders, Corey Hawkins, and Zachary Quinto shared hilarious and humbling audition horror stories that prove anything can happen.
MusicFashion's favorite rebel takes a break from the whirlwind promotional tour for her brand new solo album, Fake Sugar, to shake up the early summer boardwalk scene on New York's Brighton Beach.
Read more on Beth Ditto talking Fake Sugar, the Fat Movement, Feminism, and Going Solo
BeautyAs Vogue celebrates its 125th year, we look back at the history of fashion, and the magazine, in a series of “five points” videos by decade, narrated by the stylish Sarah Jessica Parker. In the above episode, we take a look back at the roaring ’20s.
MusicRapper 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.
MusicThe 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.
FashionAll Adidas Originals everything! G.O.O.D. Music president and rapper Pusha T talks his new shoe and his international style at Miami’s Art Basel.
MusicIn North Dakota, thousands of Native Americans and allies have joined the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in a fight to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline that they say threatens water and sacred land. They call themselves water protectors, not protesters, and they have built a nonviolent resistance movement based in ceremony. Here, in scenes from Standing Rock and at a demonstration in nearby Bismarck, we meet people from all over the world who have come to support and help the camp prepare for winter.