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“‘Why not’ is my motto,” @russwest44 said en route to @louisvuitton's Place Dauphine venue, sharing a glimpse at a necklace featuring the saying. “It’s the way I live, the way I do things, the way I think.” Tap the link in our bio to see more from @russwest44's Paris Fashion Week experience. Director @taliacollis DP @rachelbatashvili Sound @monsieur.baba Editor @hereseany
The BX was out in full force to celebrate World Pride on Sunday, at the borough's 1 Bronx festival on Third Avenue. The sun was shining, music was playing, and thousands of community members attended the day's festivities. Tap the link in our bio to see photos from the day. Photographed by @rollie6x6
The 1 Bronx festival this weekend culminated in a speech from Bronx representative @ocasio2018 of NY-14. In remarks punctuated by blast from an air horn, Ocasio-Cortez said that "Pride is about honoring the community workers, the people who work in the clinics, the community organizers, the people who work with LGBT youth, the people who are fighting to make sure it's not just about marriage equality but about quality of life for all people in the community, everybody." Tap the link in our bio to see more photos from the event. Photographed by @rollie6x6
Inside the rust-colored ranch house of Aunty DeeDee Keakealani Bertelmann on the west side of the island, dusty boots are lined up along the doormat outside and rhinestone-studded belts—relics from rodeos past—hang from a towel rack in the bathroom. This is the heart of cowboy country. Tap the link in our bio to meet Bertelmann, a fifth- generation rancher from a long line of paniolo, or Hawaiian cowboys. Photographed by @thisismayan
Today at @Kenzo, designers @Humberto Leon and @CarolLim debuted their final collection after eight years. The show featured multiple sections, featuring a performance from @SaintRecords to transition into the womenswear collection. See more of the best behind-the-scenes photos from the Spring 2020 menswear collections at the link in our bio. Photographed by @styledumonde
@margotrobbie always thought that once she was a good enough actor, she would write Quentin Tarantino a letter. Just to get on his radar. Or at least to let him know how much his movies meant to her. She was sure people must tell him that all the time. But still. “I’ve always been a huge—huge—Tarantino fan,” she tells me one afternoon in Los Angeles. “I love his movies. Love them.” After Robbie watched the first cut of I, Tonya, the 2017 biopic about figure skater Tonya Harding, which Robbie produced and starred in, she decided she was finally good enough. (The performance would earn her an Oscar nomination.) “So I wrote him and said, ‘I adore your films, and I would love to work with you in some capacity. Or any capacity.’ ” Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile. Photographed by @inezandvinoodh, styled by @tonnegood, written by @irina_aleks, Vogue, July 2019