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I Love New York: Bella Hadid, Misty Copeland & Whoopi Goldberg Celebrate the City | Vogue

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As the city slowly rebuilds, Vogue pays tribute to everything—and everyone—that makes New York … New York.

The biggest issue of the year is here!

Created and Directed by Bardia Zeinali
Written by Jeremy O. Harris
Fashion Editor: Jorden Bickham
Narrated by Whoopi Goldberg
Cast: Paperboy Prince, Julia Fox, Paloma Elsesser, Emily Ratajkowski, Richie Shazam, Misty Copeland, Sean Bennett, Tashawn “Whaffle” Davis, LeeRock Starski, May Hong, David Byrne, Dara Allen, Ceyenne Doroshow, Tyshawn Jones, Raquel Willis, Akira Armstrong, Nicholas Heller, Tic and Tac, Ari Serrano, Naomi Otsu, Indya Moore, Bella Hadid, Erma Campy, Parker Kit Hill, Soul Tigers Marching Band, Kitty Kitty, Josephine Giordano, Ashley aka BestDressed, Eman Abbas, The Rockettes (Jackie Aitken, Tiffany Billings, Katie Hamrah, Alicia Lundgren), Joan Smalls, Leiomy Maldonado
Director of Photography: Chayse Irvin
Edited by Will Town at Modern Post
Produced by One Thirty-Eight Productions
Hair: Mustafa Yanaz
Hair (Indya Moore, Joan Smalls): Hos Hounkpatin
Makeup: Emi Kaneko
Tailor: Cha Cha Zutic
Casting: The Talent Group, Nicholas Heller
Movement Director: Vinson Fraley
Color: Tim Masick at Company 3
Stills Post Production: Dtouch
Sound Design: Raphaël Ajuelos
Music: “Rhapsody in Blue”
Performed by Philharmonia Orchestra,
Music: “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad”
Performed by Moby
Title Design: Naomi Otsu
Motion Design: Rinaldi Parungao for Mango Motion Design
Visual Effects: Ilia Mokhtareizadeh at The Arcane Collective, Zdravko Stoitchkov at ZeeFX
Filmed At: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Park Avenue Armory, Radio City Music Hall, Top of the Rock
Special Thanks: Kodak, Millennium Hilton New York Downtown, The Smile
Vogue: Mark Guiducci – Creative Editorial Director, Robert Semmer – Vice President, Head of Video, Marina Cukeric – Executive Producer, Samantha Adler – Visual Director, Sergio Kletnoy – Entertainment Director, Felicity Webb – Bookings Director, Janelle Okwodu – Senior Fashion News Writer, Jenna Allchin – Producer, Olivia Horner – Visual Editor

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Frank Langella Breaks Down His Career, from ‘Dracula’ to ‘The Americans’ | Vanity Fair

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Frank Langella takes us through his legendary acting career, breaking down his roles in ‘The Immoralist,’ ‘The Twelve Chairs,’ ‘Diary of a Mad Housewife,’ ‘Dracula,’ ‘Masters of the Universe,’ ‘Dave,’ ‘Lolita,’ ‘Fortune’s Fool,’ ‘Robot & Frank,’ ‘Starting Out in the Evening,’ ‘Frost/Nixon,’ ‘The Americans,’ ‘The Father’ and ‘The Trials of the Chicago 7.’

THE TRAIL OF THE CHICAGO 7 premieres on Netflix October 16.

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Lily Collins’s Day-to-Night French Girl Look | Beauty Secrets | Vogue

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Lily Collins walks us through her skin care routine and shares a simple, clean day-to-night look with a nod to Parisian glamour. Lily also talks about her obsession with essential oils and how she deals with dry skin.

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Gal Gadot Teaches You Hebrew Slang | Vanity Fair

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Gal Gadot schools us in Hebrew slang. From “ma ani, ez?” to “tachles,” Gal will leave you saying “ores” after this episode of Slang School.

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