Abby Champion, Adut Akech, Andreja Pejic, Anna Ewers, Anok Yai, Ariel Nicholson, Fei Fei Sun, Fran Summers, Gemma Ward, Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls, Karen Elson, Karlie Kloss, Kesewa Aboah, and Paloma Elsesser are styled by Sara Moonves in ‘Check, Please’. Annie Leibovitz captures the noble origins sorority girls en masse for American Vogue August 2019.
New bride Priyanka Chopra covers the January 2019 issue of Vogue US, lensed by Annie Leibovitz. Chopra, styled by Tonne Goodman, appears in the company of now husband Nick Jonas, styled by Michael Philouze.
Among her many honors, Priyanka Chopra is now the first Indian woman to cover the magazine in its 126-year history. In short order, Chopra added another notch on her accomplishment belt this week, being named to the Forbes List of 100 Most Powerful Women of 2018. The Forbes list describes the Quantico star as: "Arguably the most successful Bollywood actor to cross over to Hollywood." The new bride moved up three slots on the list to #94 from her 2017 #97 slot.
Read on at Vogue: When Prihyanka Met Nick: A Love Story.
Global citizen Amal Clooney covers the May 2018 issue of Vogue US at home at her British estate, Aberlash House in Sonning, England. Tonne Goodman chooses luxury labels Alexander McQueen, Cartier, Johanna Ortiz, Van Cleef & Arpels, Christian Louboutin, Balmain, Rosetta Getty, Oscar de la Renta, Frame, Lorraine Schwartz, Fendi, and Beladora for images by Annie Leibovitz./ Hair by Orlando Pita; makeup by Charlotte Tilbury
The wide-ranging profile of Clooney covers her life as a prominent barrister, her humanitarian and women's rights work, meeting of George and her passion for giraffes, life with twins #MeToo, gun control, and her role as co-chair of the upcoming Catholicism-themed Met Gala in May. Read the interview.
Emmy Award-winner Lena Waithe takes the cover of American Vanity Fair‘s April 2018 edition captured by fashion and celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz, with styling from Jessica Diehl. Waithe is the first black woman to win a Primetime Emmy award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for 'Master of None'.
After garnering accolades for her work on 'The Chi' as well, and appearing in Steven Spielberg's new film 'Ready Player One', Lena Waithe talks to Jacqueline Woodson about her influences from the Harlem Renaissance to 'Time's Up'. Talking in the world of current 'Black Panther' and 'A Wrinkle In Time's' success, Lena Waithe is anchored in the world of Black Brilliance. Not only has this moment arrived in Hollywood, writes Woodson, it "has not come to play."
Meeting her at the Four Seasons restaurant in Beverly Hills, Woodson begins to see Lena "as a woman coming at the world from many different places, quick-moving and fast-talking yet soft-spoken and thoughtful, cursing a mile a minute while bringing a new vibrancy to language. . . . On the butch side of queer but with delicate edges. Star power with kindness. "
American Vogue celebrates its 125th Anniversary September 2017 issue with a packed 700+ pages heaping with iconic model faces. Nothing is more American than denim styled on Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Elaine Irwin, Claudia Schiffer, Tatjana Patitz, Joan Smalls, Amber Valetta, Carolyn Murphy, Linda Evangelista, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Imaan Hammam, Liu Wen, Fei Fei Sun and Natalia Vodianova in 'Good Jeans'. Annie Leibovitz produces Rembrandt-inspired portraits styled by Tonne Goodman. / Hair by Garren and Thom Prizno; makeup by Diane Kendal
US Vogue has dropped its September 2017, 125th Anniversary Issue, featuring cover girl Jennifer Lawrence lensed by Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Weber, Inez & Vinoodh and Jennifer painted by prominent American artist John Currin, painting lensed by Rob McKeever.