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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF VOGUEMAGAZINE
63.7% of voguemagazine's followers are female and 36.3% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.20%. The average number of likes per post is 66587 and the average number of comments is 257.
Voguemagazine loves posting about Fashion, Modeling, Magazines.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR VOGUEMAGAZINE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF VOGUEMAGAZINE
- Beauty & Fashion 76.05 %
- Art & Design 47.95 %
- Photography 41.60 %
- Business & Careers 38.26 %
- Books and Literature 38.26 %
- Travel & Tourism 36.32 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 35.90 %
- Entertainment 35.76 %
- Music 34.88 %
- Movies and TV 34.33 %
- Fitness & Yoga 33.66 %
To see @Naomi with her mother and aunts is to place her in what feels like the proper context. Campbell was raised communally, surrounded by a clear narrative about the power of women and by examples of unapologetic—and dramatically beautiful—Blackness. @Naomi's community of Black women helps explain the attitude she has taken toward a younger generation of models, and the mentoring role that has made her a kind of surrogate mother to many in her industry. “Modeling can be a scary world, and getting support from anyone, let alone the trailblazers, means everything,” says @iamugbad (pictured above). “Ms. Naomi has taken so many models under her wing. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for her being who she is unapologetically. She is the blueprint.” Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile. Photographed by @ethanjamesgreen, styled by @mr_carlos_nazario, written by @afuahirsch, Vogue, November 2020.
November cover star @Naomi is many things: trailblazer, lightning rod, truth teller, provocateur, and a mentor to models the world over. A sense of responsibility—that desire to be part of the change in fashion, and to demand greater Black representation in particular, can be traced to the start of @Naomi's career. What she’s said hasn’t altered over the years. The mode of delivery, however, has been gaining in directness. “I never used to say the word racism; I just used to say, it’s territorialism,” @Naomi says of her decades of interventions, of advocating for Black models. “I never wanted people to say that I used that as an excuse, that I was throwing that word out. Now I’m happy that everyone’s all on the same page, that everyone feels comfortable to come out about their experiences without feeling some stigma. But for me, nothing’s changed. I’m going to speak the same way.” Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile. Photographed by @ethanjamesgreen, styled by @mr_carlos_nazario, written by @afuahirsch, Vogue, November 2020.
@naomi is our November issue cover star! She opens up to Vogue about half a century of life on her own terms. Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile. Photographed by @ethanjamesgreen, styled by @mr_carlos_nazario, produced by @apstudioinc, written by @afuahirsch, Vogue, November 2020.
@Prada is a magic name in fashion, one that is associated with nylon backpacks, pleated skirts, and flame heels—to name but a very few of the house’s hits. The architect of all these It pieces is Miuccia Prada. Known as Mrs. Prada in the industry, she somewhat reluctantly took the reins of the company in the 1970s before staging a revolution from within it. The latest episode of "In VOGUE: The 1990s" is here, and this week, Miuccia Prada discusses how she went on to change one of fashion's most iconic houses "from inside the system of the bourgeois," she says. As @HamishBowles, In VOGUE’s host puts it, Prada is: “in her own words a woman who first resisted... then accepted...and then embraced the role of fashion designer… a woman who challenged traditional notions of beauty and luxury.” Tap the link in our bio to listen to the full episode.
Here’s the thing about upstate New York: every season has its merits, and "fall just so happens to be a really great time to lap up so much of what the area has to offer," author Lisa Przystup (@brass__tacks) writes. At the link in our bio, follow along Przystup's travel diary, featuring open-air activities—farmers markets, hikes, apple picking, and gourd collecting—and a handful of really terrific places to grab a bite.
In honor of #KerryJamesMarshall's 65th birthday weekend, revisit the making of the contemporary artist's September cover—from an inside look at his initial sketches, to the meaning behind each intricate detail. Tap the link in our bio for all the details.
@KellyRowland knows the power of statement hair—that's something she learned when she moved to Houston to join Destiny’s Child. It was back then that the one and only Tina Knowles (@mstinalawson) relaxed Rowland’s hair and gave her that iconic pixie cut that showed off her cheekbones. “I felt so unique, and one of a kind, because out of the four ladies, I was the one with the short hair,” she says. “Now, we're in a place where you can buy five different hairstyles, and be five different girls if you want in one day. Hair, to me, is about expression, and being able to have fun with it.” Now, as she expects her second child and celebrates her latest fashion-forward project, the singer is getting playful with her hair—and reflecting on her hair journey as a whole. Tap the link in our bio for more.
#JaneGoodall, the famed ethologist and conservationist, who first stepped into Tanzania’s Gombe National Park to observe chimpanzees just more than 60 years ago, has been tucked away, hard at work, broadcasting her mission to millions of viewers across the globe, as well as putting the finishing touches on her new collaboration with the wellness brand @forestremedies: a kit of four essential oils—ginger and ylang ylang from Madagascar, citronella from Togo, and frankincense from Somaliland—of which a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to @janegoodallinst. Tap the link in our bio to read Goodall's thoughts on the simple steps that we should all take to save the planet.
@addisonraee's first trip to the @bbmas was non-stop excitement. On hand to present honors to Harry Styles and extol the virtues of short-form content, Rae headed to the Dolby Theatre in style. Tap the link in our bio to see her photo diary of the night.
In a Broadway season like no other, the #TonyAwards will be staged virtually later this fall. Slave Play, by @jeremyoharris (pictured above), led all plays with 12 nominations, including best play. Tap the link in our bio for a look at this year's nominations and to read @jeremyoharris's reaction to the news. Photographed by @autumndewilde, styled by @amandaharlech, Vogue, August 2020
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