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I’m Not Ready for the Schools to Reopen This Fall. Why Should Any Parent Be? 

New York Gov, Andrew Cuomo said on Friday that it was safe for children to return to the classroom in September. Some parents aren’t so sure.

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26 Vogue Editors in Chief on the Images That Bring Them Hope in 2020 

As all of Vogue’s global editions unite around the theme of hope, 26 editors in chiefs share an image from their new print issue and tell us why it gives them hope for the future

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Alanis Morisette on Her New New Album, the 25th Anniversary of ‘Jagged Little Pill,’ and Postpartum Depression 

The ’90s icon and mother of three opens up about what it’s like to release an album in a pandemic and her hopes for the future.

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Nicolas Ghesquière Turns Photographer for Louis Vuitton 

While we were all at home baking sourdough bread, Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquière took up a new quarantine hobby: photography.

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Creating Clueless’s Iconic Wardrobe 

Costume designer Mona May made hundreds of outfits for Amy Heckerling’s movie, which turns 25 today. We discussed 9 of them in depth.

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Where to Buy Face Masks That Are Stylish Online 

It looks like we’re going to be wearing cloth face masks for a while, which is all the more reason to find one that you like.

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Roger Federer Debuts His First Sneaker With Swiss Label On 

You might think a sneaker with Roger Federer’s name on it would be of the performance variety—but this is a shoe anyone can wear anytime, anywhere.

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5 Summer Dress Outfits for Working From Home 

One editor’s easy, comfortable, flattering, and versatile solution to getting dressed while working from home.

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Need a Read this Weekend? Vogue Staffers Recommend These Timely and Classic Books 

From the beach read to the historical tome, there is something for everyone in this Vogue-curated list of summer reading.

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As New York Begins to End Its Lockdown, I Wonder If I Can End Mine 

In New York, restaurants, barbershops and hair salons have begun to reopen, and people have begun to return to the streets and the subways. But with no COVID-19 vaccine, is it really safe to resume a normal life?

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LaSette, the Body-Positive Lingerie Label Opening Up a Dialogue Around Inclusivity 

Shiara Robinson’s body-positive designs speak to so much more than what goes on in the bedroom.

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Psultan’s New Ceramics Line Will Make a Statement On Your Summer Table 

Made in Amalfi, Psultan’s new, colorful line of plates and stools is “a little bit like a carnival.”

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Burberry Plans a Live Digital Experience for Spring 2021 

The event will combine a live presentation in nature with a streaming element.

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Behind the Photo Print Sale Supporting Black-Led Social Justice Charities 

Reframing the Future is selling prints whose proceeds will benefit National Bail Out and the Marsha P. Johnson Institute.

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