24 Hours With1 season, 13 episodes
Spend 24 hours with our favorite celebrities as they prepare for a highly anticipated event. We'll join them for a full day of activity including rehearsals, hair and makeup, wardrobe prep, and possible travel to capture behind-the-scenes footage that loops you into their exclusive world.
TheatreAs Denée Benton declares, the life of a broadway actress is “not for punks!” Benton appears eight times a week opposite Josh Groban in Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 as the titular Natasha, a 19th-century Russian aristocrat. Benton takes Vogue behind the scenes from rehearsals to vocal warm-ups in her dressing room, and everywhere in between.
MagazineHow did Katy Perry, the ultimate California girl, transform into an avant-garde fashion siren for the Met Gala? This behind-the-scenes video gives a glimpse at everything it took to go from private jet to after-party, including her gala performance of “Bon Appétit” with Migos.
FashionLast November, BTS cemented their status as a global K-pop phenomenon with their first major visit to Los Angeles, where the seven-member band was greeted by rabid crowds and an onslaught of media attention. On a rare free evening toward the end of their whirlwind trip—right after the AMAs, just before Ellen—the boys boarded a party bus with Vogue and took the city by storm. Here’s what happened.
Director Rony Alwin
Fashion Editor Yohana Lebasi
CelebritiesDid Erika plate Anna's lunch correctly? Will she make the cut for Best Dressed? Did she accidentally hang up on Queen Elizabeth? One thing's for sure: Erika may be known for staying out of the RHOBH drama—but she's never worked at Vogue.
Directed by Vincent Peone
FashionWe’re all suckers for the way Camila Cabello moves! Vogue spends 24 hours with the “Havana” singer for her first headlining tour.
Director: Rony Alwin
Fashion Editor: Alexandra Gurvitch
CelebritiesThe Riverdale star gets free coffee, visits some gravestones, and never forgets his camera.
Director: Lotfy Nathan
Fashion Editor: Justin Fernandez
DP: Ray Leve
2nd Camera: Jordan Tetewsky
Groomer: Michael J. Fernandez
Sound: Jesse Stormo
Edited by Jesse Threatt
Filmed at the Beekman, a Thompson Hotel, Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop
CelebritiesStacey Abrams, Democratic nominee for Governor in Georgia, is running in a race that many are hoping will signal a new American future.
Director: Tari Wariebi
DP: Mustafa Mahadi
Sound: Barry Rathbu
Travel & LifestyleThe final weeks leading up to their big day were a whirlwind of appointments and meetings: one minute they were approving florals and #sweatingforthewedding. The next, they were finalizing the wedding band and cake selections and having that last dress fitting at Monique Lhuillier. Watch how it all unfolded.
FashionWhat’s a day in the life of French Montana really like? Probably more chill than you’d expect. Watch Montana make some traditional Moroccan mint tea and catch some waves in Malibu (he says that surfing is like his therapy).
Filmed by Sam Kristofski
Director of Photography Charlie Sarroff
Sound: Kari Barber
Editor: Theo Rosenthal
Music: "Slide" by French Montana featuring Blueface, Lil Tjay
FashionA$AP Ferg says he is inspired by his hometown neighborhood of Harlem, and it’s not hard to see why. See what 24 hours in the rapper’s life looks like, from getting a pedicure at his favorite local nail salon to popping wheelies on the corner.
MusicThe Brazilian pop star gets swarmed by fans, shops in Koreatown, and more.
CelebritiesFor the YouTube star, a typical day in Los Angeles involves getting coffee, working out, applying lip balm while she’s driving, going to the beach, and hanging out with friends. She is, after all, an 18-year-old. Vogue recently went along for the ride, trailing the Bay Area native from a boxing class at Rumble to Target.
CelebritiesNow entering her fourth year of production on the CW series, Camila Mendes—who plays New York transplant Veronica Lodge—treated Vogue to an average day in her not-so-average life, from getting her morning coffee and having her nails done, to meeting her driver, Brad, and heading off to shoot.
Director: Amanda Brooks
Production: In The City Entertainment
Post Production: Fortitude