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Many “Stranger Things” Characters Will Die in Vol. 2, Says Gaten Matarazzo
I can’t tell if he’s lying.
Leila Mottley's Novel Explores What Justice Means for Black Girls
At 19, the author wrote the summer's buzziest novel, following a girl in Oakland supporting her family by being a sex worker.
How These 5 AAPI Creators Find Power and Safety Through Their Art
"To be able to create a safe space where we can come together and literally hold each other's hand feels special."
Meet OHTNYC, The TikTok-Viral Jewelry Brand Charming K-pop Idols
Founder Jinsol Woo wants to take the brand to the next level.
Looking for Plus-Size Prom Dresses? These 5 Brands Got You Covered
A Teen Vogue editor set on a quest to find the perfect options so you don’t have to.
Nathan Chen Is Ready to See the World Beyond Figure Skating
After winning gold in Beijing, the Olympic figure skater is exploring his options.
Why I Stay: 45 Young BIPOC Voices on The Fashion Industry
These young voices share their experiences in fashion and why they stay.
How Henry Bae and Shaobo Han Are Disrupting Mainstream Fashion
The friends behind SYRO Shoes discuss Asian-American identity, gender nonconformity, and making a statement with shoes.
The Best Gifts for (Finally) Celebrating Together
Cue the reunion tears.
Meet the Designer Paying Homage to Her Haitian Roots Through Dyeing T-Shirts
We talk to Jasmine Plantin about starting a small business while having a full-time job.
“Gossip Girl's” Emily Alyn Lind On Finding the Perfect Fragrance and Personal Style
We spoke with her while getting ready for a Miss Dior dinner.
Designer Sheena Sood and Her Friends on Being Asian in Fashion and Finding Community
“We want to bring everyone up, make cool stuff, and incorporate our history and culture in a way that we can identify.”
The South Asian Casting Director Who Started Her Own Agency Due to Lack of Representation
“My motivation really came from wanting to see representation of folks like me.”
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson Is Styling on Her Own Joyous, Colorful Terms
In January, the stylist became the first Black woman to style a Vogue cover, and since then she's hit the ground running.
Rachael Wang Is Working to Transform in the Fashion Industry With Ethical Styling
“I believe irreverence can be an act of resistance.”