Marcy Blum, one of the world's best wedding planners, joins Vogue.com culture editor Alessandra Codinha and bridal expert and contributing editor Alexandra Macon to talk tips and tricks for events big and small, and shares her expert insight on Meghan and Harry's forthcoming nuptials.
Culture editor Alessandra Codinha is joined by Vogue's in-house royal wedding experts (and enthusiasts!) for the second half of a deep dive into Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton's camaraderie (or lack thereof), what Ms. Markle's family members have been up to lately, and which members of the royal family are most likely to have a "finstagram."
Vogue.com culture editor Alessandra Codinha is joined by style editor Edward Barsamian and living writer and royal expert Elise Taylor to talk about all things royal wedding: the whens, the wheres, the who's and whys and hows of the quickly approaching big day—as well as what the addition of a brand new royal baby adds to the mix.
The Oscars are on Sunday, March 4th, and as usual, everyone wants to know what the world's most famous people will be wearing. Vogue.com style editor Edward Barsamian joins vogue.com culture editor Alessandra Codinha to talk about all things red carpet, from breakout stars, to navigating Best Dressed lists in the era of Time's Up.
Vogue.com contributor Michelle Ruiz joins vogue.com culture editor Alessandra Codinha to talk about all things Timothée Chalamet: from how he earned his spot as this award's season darling, to his very bright future.
"In Mexico, Finding Love on the Beach (At Least for a Little While)"
GQ food and travel writer Marian Bull on how sometimes the perfect relationship is left on the beach where you found it.
You can find Marian on Twitter at https://twitter.com/marianbull and you can read her essay at https://www.vogue.com/article/love-stories-in-mexico-finding-love-at-the-beach and you can find her ceramics at https://marianbull.com/ceramics/
"My Chemical Romance"
Vogue.com Culture Editor Alessandra Codinha on how to quit smoking in 24 hours (or five years), the way that addiction can ape a relationship, and the realities of writing about people that you care about.
You can find Alessandra on Twitter at https://twitter.com/atcodinha and you can read her essay at https://www.vogue.com/article/love-stories-quitting-smoking-cigarettes
"Love and Basketball"
Vogue.com contributing editor Michelle Ruiz on looking for common ground with your husband, and finding it on the basketball court (with a little help from UVA, and Tony Bennett).
"Twenty-One and Never Been Kissed"
Vogue.com's fashion news director on what it's like to be an adult with a very real fear of first kisses, and what it's like to turn your personal romantic travails into your "party trick."