Month: July 2021

Outer Banks owes much of its runaway success to timing. The Netflix action-adventure drama, frequently billed as a sort of The O.C. meets The Goonies, hit the streaming behemoth just as the reality of the pandemic’s longevity had finally settled in for most of America. As we surveyed our new confinement—the four walls in which
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Photography by GABOR JURINA. Jacket, $370, and rings, from $370, 4Kinship. Earrings, $1,000, Ahlazua x Catherine Blackburn.Residential schools had a devastating impact on Callingbull and her family. The actor, beauty queen, influencer and September 2021 cover star speaks to fellow Cree David A. Robertson about facing — and overcoming — intergenerational trauma. By David A.
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This week, the Americans with Disabilities Act turned 31 years old. For the uninitiated, the landmark civil rights law “prohibits discrimination” against people with disabilities in many aspects of life including in the workplace, at school, on transportation, and places open to the general public. While the law has helped enrich the lives of many
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Spoilers ahead for Outer Banks seasons 1 and 2. Outer Banks loves to seal each season with a (ridiculous, yet undeniably delightful) bang. Dramatic cliffhangers have long earned teen dramas their pedigree, and the Netflix fan favorite following a crew of young misfits chasing riches along the North Carolina coast doesn’t reinvent the wheel. If
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Instagram; Courtesy of the brands; Coach: Juergen Teller Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. The slopes may have been the new runway this past winter, but for summer 2021, fashion’s eye is focused firmly on the court. This week, Lady Gaga volleyed in a Nike matching set,
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On this episode of “Notes on a Scene” Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, Infinity War’s directors, break down the scene where Thor meets the Guardians of the Galaxy. Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2z6Ya9M ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive
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Simone Biles, by all accounts the greatest gymnast of all time, was all but guaranteed a gold medal in the individual all-around at the Tokyo Olympics. When she exited to focus on her mental health, the competition suddenly opened up again—and Sunisa Lee rose to meet the challenge. The 18-year-old Team USA star, who already
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