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Vogue January 2017

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2 min.
higher and higher we go

The outset of 2017 offers to all of us a symbolic moment to resolve to move forward, and to do so with a confident determination that whatever challenges we will face in the months and years ahead, we will meet them with courage and dignity—and while keeping our heads held high. The last couple of months have delivered a powerful lesson on the importance of taking a stand on whatever it is that you believe in, and continuing to stand tall—even if circumstances conspire to make it difficult to stay upright. Those who have no problem maintaining such a stance are the bold and brilliant individuals whom we brought together for this issue’s special portfolio “Home of the Brave” (page 60), photographed by Inez and Vinoodh and styled by Camilla Nickerson.…

11 min.
postcard from the edge

On the day last March when a man blew himself up in the middle of Istanbul, I was at home. I heard the blast as I sat at my desk; it was nearby on Istiklal Avenue, where I walk every day. On the night in June when ISIS attacked the Istanbul airport, I was having dinner at the new Soho House, in a nineteenth-century Italianate mansion that was once the American consulate. My first thought was that it would make for a brilliant second target, and I quickly scanned the perimeter of the terrace for an escape. In the early hours of the military coup in July, I joined a line of Turks snaking out of my local deli and stuffed water bottles and beer cans in my pockets, preparing…

3 min.
model behavior

GRACE ELIZABETH The newest trend in the modeling world? The very welcome return of personality. In case you haven’t noticed, lately you are much less likely to see fashion shoots populated by celebrities. Fashion has done a 180, returning to models—models, moreover, who manage in one way or another to exude something interesting beyond the confines of the studio or the runway. Whether as a backlash or simply in contrast to the rise of a kind of Instagramcentric follow-the-leader sameness, we are now witnessing the rise of models with voice, with individuality—models who somehow maintain, despite the frequent-flying hazards of their trade, a life. ADWOA ABOAH CAMILLA DETERRE You know Adwoa Aboah, for example, from her work with Alexander Wang, Kenzo, or Fenty Puma by Rihanna. But she also founded Gurls Talk, an Internet…

1 min.
global warmth

Alanui means “big path” in Hawaiian, which is fitting, given that the cashmere label with that name started out in Pasadena before zipping across the Atlantic, finally settling near Milan. Nicolò Oddi, a keen surfer who was (still is, actually) working in the family hydraulics business, found a vintage cardigan at the Rose Bowl Flea Market, took it home to his fashion-consultant sister, Carlotta, and Alanui was born. One year and three collections later, they’re following a similarly scenic route with gorgeous, vivid, multihued cardigans spun out of Italian yarn so deep and plush it feels like you could lose your hands in it—each of them traced with graphic folkloric motifs. As a single cardigan takes around fifteen hours of work to produce, the result is, as Nicolò says, “like…

1 min.
spot on

These statementmaking toppers have animal magnetism in spades. SITTINGS EDITOR: ANNA SCHIFFEL. HAIR, ALESSANDRO REBECCHI; MAKEUP, ALINA IGNATENKO BLANCHETT: RAYMOND HALL/GETTY IMAGES. GUCCI: YANNIS VLAMOS/VOGUE.COM. JENNER: SPOT/AKM-GSI.…

4 min.
beauty next up

1 The Face STAZ Lindes Staz Lindes cemented her ties to Saint Laurent when she walked onto the house’s spring 2016 runway. Lanky and leather-clad, with a diamanté tiara slung across her jagged fringe, Lindes was Rive Gauche grunge personified. It was her first collaboration with the brand after being scouted in Los Angeles while playing a gig with her punk band, the Paranoyds—and it won’t be her last. This month the London-born, Santa Monica–raised blonde with wide-set eyes, full lips, and a charming overbite unencumbered by orthodontics becomes the newest face of YSL Beauté. But music, not modeling, is her first love. “I have it genetically,” explains the 24-year-old, whose father is Dire Straits guitarist Hal Lindes. “We were raised with the Beatles and Led Zeppelin, the Clash, Lead Belly,”…