It seems Drake and 21 Savage have one less thing to worry about. They have reportedly settled their legal issues with Vogue Magazine.
According to Page Six, after publishing and releasing the abysmal cover of the Vice-President dressed for the campaign trail wearing converse and dressed casual, the iconic fashion publication has announced that they will be re-releasing the issue as a special edition with a new cover after facing backlash from supporters over the lack of professionalism with the original.
Naomi Campbell graces the cover of Vogue Magazine's November 2020 issue where she examines racial oppression as a society and from a personal point of view. Whatever you do, don't expect her to call it "racism."
As spotted by Page Six, André Leon Talley has seemingly had a change of heart and is now praising Anna Wintour for starting to fix Vogue’s diversity problem following the release of the October cover story on Lizzo.
Meek Mill is gearing up for possibly the project of his life. He has confirmed the release of his fourth studio LP.
The world is screaming “yaaaas Beyoncé” as they collectively fawn over the photos and Bey’s own words featured in the September issue of Vogue. Now it’s time to meet the young photographer, Tyler Mitchell who made history by being the first black photographer to shoot a cover in the magazine’s 126-year history.
To get creative approval from Anna Wintour is a big deal in the fashion industry. Nike received this blessing is releasing some sneakers in her honor.
You can be an industry icon and still face unfair treatment. The iconic André Leon Talley has come to grips with some hurtful slander that has followed him for years.
Just when you thought we knew everything there was to know about Sean Combs we are proven wrong. He recently sat down with Vogue magazine for a rapid fire Q&A session.
When it comes to the culture there isn’t much that Pharrell Williams has not accomplished. The music icon is featured on the newest issue of Vogue.
Serena Williams is on the cover of the latest Vogue magazine. But this post is because she made her own version of Beyonce’s “7/11” video.
In a new interview with Vogue, Iggy Azalea let it be known that she “fancied” getting a new chest her entire life, and she actually made it happen her just a few months ago.