Graham, Hadid, Jenner, Wen, Hammam, Aboah and Ceretti appear on the cover of Vogue. Speaking on promoting inclusion and issues of size, Graham:
Sixty-seven percent of the women in America wear a size 14 or larger. Sixty-seven percent. Maybe you could ignore those consumers before, but now, thanks to social media, they’re making their voices heard. Women are demanding that brands give them what they want. And what they want is to be visible.
Most of the people I know in this industry are compassionate and open-minded, and they appreciate creativity and originality. It’s like can’t we just honor that? I mean look around — these are the people actually making fashion. All types, all working together to make magic.
This is my second Vogue cover, and to be sharing that not only with one of my best friends, but with all of these amazing women, is very meaningful for me. With all that’s going on in the world, this cover makes such an important statement. It’s like, Hey, we’ve got our differences, but those differences are beautiful. Everyone is beautiful.
Blige discusses Sam Smith, Anne Hathaway’s rapping skills, and her documentary with Vogue magazine.
I think it worked so easily because Sam is a very rare person. He’s very rare because he’s not afraid to let people see who he is. His vulnerability is what draws me to him; he’s just honest and real. I love that. I can really work with people like that.
Hadid gives an interview to Vogue magazine. She discusses her workout playlist, moving to New York, and boxing.
It was strange to move to New York City and not have volleyball practices every week and my horses down the street.
Azalea gives an interview to Vogue magazine. She discusses what she would change about her body and shopping.
I did change something: Four months ago, I got bigger boobs! I’d thought about it my entire life.
Blanchett appears on the cover of the April 2015 issue of Vogue Australia magazine. She talks about parenthood.
Children certainly teach one about compromise. I think before having children the idea of compromise rubbed shoulders with weakness or deception in some way.
Jesso Jr. gives an interview to Vogue magazine. He discusses rumors about Taylor Swift, Goon, and his album.
I went to a Grammy party and I met her, but beyond that it’s ridiculous. I don’t know, she’s nice. It’s kind of strange, I never really considered gossip magazines as a possibility that would ever happen in my life. Maybe I snuck into all of this, but I’m glad to be here and I’m not leaving.
The members of Purity Ring give an interview to Vogue magazine. They discusses what they are doing next and their album. Roddick:
It was about what we wanted to do next, musically, and this feeling that we needed to evolve as artists.
Lennox gives an interview to Vogue magazine. She discusses her Grammy performance and her PBS special.
Don’t you think that’s basically what a performer has always been doing? To me, it’s what I’ve done—I’ve used costumes, I’ve used lighting—but I think everyone has gotten so accustomed to grandiose performances with a ton of dancers, and it always has to get bigger and bigger. For me, to perform with an artist like Hozier was so just refreshing, because this young man is the real deal. So is Ed Sheeran. Ed can just literally walk on stage and play his guitar and sing.
Gallagher gives an interview to Vogue magazine. He discusses Madonna, Kanye West, Maroon 5, and his album.
The most recent song I’ve written and completed is that track The Right Stuff, OK? And if you put it against the first song that I ever had out, which is Supersonic, they’re probably as far removed as you’re likely to get in the field of what it is I do. But if you’ve been on the trip with me, it’s the next logical step, I think.
Johansson appears on the cover of the April 2009 issue of Vogue France magazine.
Johansson appears on the cover of the January 2007 issue of Vogue Australia magazine.
Johansson appears on the cover of the October 2006 issue of Vogue UK magazine. The cover photo is shot by Demarchelie.
Johansson appears on the cover of the June 2004 issue of Vogue Taiwan magazine.
Johansson appears on the cover of the May 2004 issue of Vogue UK magazine. The cover photo is shot by Corinne Day and styled by Kate Phelan.
Lacy and innocent or solid and tough – [it’s] never been so versatile.