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19 Children and 2 Adults Are Killed in a Texas School Shooting

Yesterday at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, an 18-year-old gunman killed at least 19 children and two adults, making it in the deadliest mass shooting at a U.S. school since Sandy Hook in 2012, and the second-deadliest mass shooting at a U.S. school in history. The killer, named this morning as Salvador Ramos, was a student at the school, is believed to have acted alone, and was armed with a handgun and a semi-automatic rifle, according to reports. Ramos was killed by law enforcement after they arrived on the scene.
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Giambattista Valli Home Is Here—Just in Time For Summer Entertaining

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. “It is about sharing culture and excellence,” Giambattista Valli says of his debut tabletop collection, over three years in the making. Such a timeline makes sense when you consider the Italian designer collaborated with artisans across Europe and North Africa, from the Viennese glassmaker Lobmeyr, to the Moroccan linen makers Atelier Houria Tazi, to the porcelain house Augarten Wien. There are water glasses painted with Valli-style roses, petal-shaped plates and objets in the shape of lemons and oysters. Recognizing his range of individual influences, Valli’s line, which is offered through Moda Operandi, is divided into two distinct categories: The first, Plein-Air, leans into the delicate floral and feminine aesthetic his house is known for. (“It’s about Marie Antoinette, the Impressionists, and French gardens, yet there’s an Italian side to it, too,” he says.) The second, Cairo Jaipur, is a brighter and bold selection that embraces ombre celadon greens and jewel tone yellows inspired by his travels.
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Why a Body Serum Is the Perfect Addition to Your Summer Beauty Routine

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. While the warmer and longer days ahead are welcome, letting our winter-dulled limbs see the light of day can feel daunting. The good news: Finding the best body serum for your individual needs is an ace strategy for smoother, more glowing skin. While thicker moisturizers are crucial during the colder, dryer months, summer calls for elixirs that are lighter and fast-absorbing.

Bella Hadid’s Extravagant Cannes Gown Is Plucked From the ’80s

Stop the presses: Bella Hadid has landed in Cannes! The supermodel touched down in France today to attend the film festival’s screening of The Innocent (L’Innocent). No stranger to delivering a stellar red carpet moment at the Croisette, Hadid chose a vintage design from the 1980s that embraced the decade’s extravagance. Don’t worry though—huge shoulder pads this was not.

The Best Face Rollers on the Market—From Jade to Ice to Gua Shas

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. You’ve pared down your skin-care routine, secured that brightening eye cream, and have invested in a slew of hi-tech beauty treatments, but what’s next? The best face roller is what we’d suggest.

Thebe Magugu’s New Dresses Pay Homage to Eight South African Tribes

Growing up in the South African cities of Kimberley and Johannesburg, designer Thebe Magugu was exposed to a variety of African tribes and traditions from a young age. The diverse beauty of his country has always informed his design work. “I’m always focusing on stories that are quite niche, but run the risk of being forgotten,” says Magugu. For his latest project, Magugu wanted to continue this spirit by creating a dress inspired by each of South Africa’s eight prominent tribes: specifically the Zulu, Tswana, Swati, Vhavenda, Pedi, Xhosa, Tsonga, and Sotho. “I wanted to memorialize the main eight cultures that we have here in South Africa, because I so deeply appreciate my own,” says Magugu, who is of the Tswana tribe. “We’re best known for our storytelling and our handwork, but all the other cultures have their own traditions and quirks that I really wanted to represent in a dress.”

Isamaya Ffrench on Her Debut Makeup Collection and Her Vision for the Future of Beauty

There’s a translucent mulberry gloss in Isamaya Ffrench’s makeup line that clouds the lips in shape-enhancing shadows. “It looks great on guys and girls,” she says, summing up a genderless approach to beauty instinctive to her generation. Launching at the end of June, the 33-year-old makeup artist’s first cosmetics collection embodies a nonconformist understanding of “glam”—as Hollywood calls it—which couldn’t be further from the traditions tied to that term. “This isn’t another off-the-shelf competitive red lip,” as Ffrench puts it. “There are people out there who don’t just want ‘glamorous and pretty’, but something more edgy and exciting. I want my brand to talk to those people. Something honest and uninhibited—that’s how I see it.”

Moonage Daydream Pays Astounding, Electrifying Homage to the Genius of David Bowie

Just the notion of seeing Brett Morgen’s film about David Bowie—Moonage Daydream, which premiered last night at Cannes—made me nervous. I’d read variously that the film was a biopic, an “experiential odyssey” about Bowie’s life, an “immersive” experience. And like millions of other people of all kinds all over the world, I had my own view on Bowie—lots and lots of them, actually. The notion of seeing another person trying to make their own kind of art out of Bowie’s preposterous, unbelievable, and inspirational life, frankly, bored me and terrified me at the same time; especially after having listened to him for decades and having watched him in films and seen him live in concert and having read perhaps too much about him and his work.

Here’s How To Find The Perfect Nude Lip For Your Skin Tone

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Discovering the best nude lipsticks is quite the undertaking. What’s nude for one person isn’t always the same for the next as there are endless skin tones and undertones to account for. Because the term is so nuanced, it’s clear why so many of us struggle to find the right shade.

Kristen Stewart Gives a New Attitude to the Ladies-Who-Lunch Suit

Yesterday, Kristen Stewart touched down in Cannes for the premiere of her new film, David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the Future, bringing her renegade style to the festival in the process. On the red carpet last night, she wore an embellished Chanel crop top and tulip-shaped skirt. This morning, the actor opted for a more casual-cool ensemble from the French label. Attending the official photo call for the movie alongside cast mates Viggo Mortensen and Lea Seydoux, Stewart tore up the ladies-who-lunch playbook and gave it a cool, youthful twist.

A Photographer Pays Loving Tribute to the Korean Community in Flushing

“This is a love letter to where I grew up,” says photographer Janice Chung, whose new series “Han in Town” captures the vibrant, bustling, and very much evolving New York City neighborhood of Flushing. “If you're from this part of Queens, you constantly go to Flushing: to do business, hang out with your friends, eat food, get your hair cut,” she adds. “In a way, I wanted to capture my childhood because Flushing is changing so quickly. I felt this urgency to document these places because in one year, two months, even tomorrow, these businesses could disappear.”

My Boyfriend Dressed Me For Balenciaga’s First New York Show

This content can also be viewed on the site it originates from. This past week, I received an invitation—a wad of Demna-ified cash—to the Balenciaga resort 2023 show, which was held at the New York Stock Exchange. After test-driving almost every bizarre trend from the label from their heeled Crocs to their catsuit, I thought, it’s about time for that invite, people! But oh, what to wear to the first time the French House has ever shown stateside? The daunting pressure!

Paul Mescal Is Taking Cannes by Storm

Paul Mescal’s rise has been swift, and deservedly so. Just over two years ago, the now 26-year-old Maynooth native was a recent graduate of Trinity College Dublin’s The Lir Academy and relatively unknown, barring his appearance in a number of notable theatrical productions. Then came Normal People, the devastatingly sexy (and just plain devastating) BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s beloved bestseller of the same name, which made him and his radiant costar, Daisy Edgar-Jones, household names. He gained a dedicated, borderline hysterical fan base; inspired an Instagram account that honed in on his character Connell’s silver chain; secured an Emmy nomination; won a BAFTA TV award; and followed it up with an impressive feature debut, a crucial supporting part in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s The Lost Daughter alongside Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson. But now, he’s about to enter the next stage of his career—and it begins at Cannes.


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Inside Chloë Sevigny’s Elegant, Emo Connecticut Wedding

Chloë Sevigny first heard about her now-husband, Siniša Mačković, from her friend Lizzi Bougatsos. “She was like, ‘You have to meet this guy–he is stylish, and smart, and funny, and irreverent’, ” Chloë remembers. But she didn’t pursue anything until she eventually crossed paths with Siniša at a Gagosian opening. “We locked eyes and stared at each other. We exchanged a few words, very coy, and very heavy,” she says. “And then I went to a Karma after-party with some girlfriends. And we met each other on the dance floor, without exchanging any words. Eventually, he said, ‘Can I see you sometime?’ And I was like, ‘Maybe’. ”

Gold House’s Inaugural Gold Gala Celebrated the A100 List With a Gathering of API Leaders

At the historic St. Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles, Gold House, in partnership with Meta, hosted its inaugural Gold Gala—a night to celebrate the 2022 A100 List, which honors the most influential Asian and Pacific Islander figures of the past year, including celebrities, cultural leaders, politicians, and business executives. Such an event warranted an impressive guest list of more than 500, including Mindy Kaling, Michelle Yeoh, Henry Golding, Daniel Dae Kim, Ashley Park, Chloe Kim, and more.