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We meet fashion's latest girl crush, Iris Law, to delve into her current inspirations; show you the phone cases to upgrade your selfie-style with; explain how to match the new labels to note with the ones you already love; and chart the rules for wearing retro sportswear on both sides of the Atlantic.
See the colour combinations that are set to amp up spring - from the brightest paintbox hues to the pastels that deliver new-season panache.
Have you heard? Life-writing is having a moment - in this month's issue, Hayley Maitland explains why it's time to re-think non-fiction. Also, we round-up the best novels to read now; and study Marc Quinn's new pieces of work at the Soane Museum.
Shopping editor Naomi Smart rounds up the fanciful florals that we'll be wearing head to toe; looks at how to mix and match the new Seventies-inspired florals; and charts the coats that will see you right through every Spring fling.
Carol Woolton looks at how the Dane's philosophy of living well is reflected in their jewellery designs, while also in Vogue Spy this month, the emerging collegiate-stripes trend is dissected.
Bella Mackie pens an open and frank account for the new issue about the reality of not having a partner in her thirties. The space where once lay dread, was filled with a plethora of other emotions - as she reveals here.
We may associate them with times gone by, but tea rooms are having a moment. Editor-at-large Fiona Golfar visits an evocative new establishment in Belgravia that is serving up more than delicious chocolate.
Take your cue from American suburbia this season, says Jane How, who styles Julie Hoomans in everything from lounge-around streetwear to get-and-go florals.
Vogue's fashion director Lucinda Chambers delivers another inimitable vision of the new season as she presents the spring/summer tailoring - pressed sharp as cardboard - in a current and very covetable way.
Kate Moss is a maverick and we know it. Shot by Mert & Marcus for this month's cover story, in the accompanying interview Fiona Golfar follows the supermodel to find out her approach to her new modelling agency; life as mother to Lila; and how she wants to use her wealth of experience to give back to the next generation.
Kate Moss Agency models Elfie Reigate and Louis Baines are styled by "the boss" for the new issue, and photographed by Nikolai von Bismarck, as they show off a new rebel attitude while modelling the season's sweetest florals.
From jobbing society photographer to Vogue's most foremost portraitist, the late Earl of Snowdon remains one of the greats of fashion photography following his death earlier this year. In this issue, friend and collaborator Robin Muir traces his rise.
Small but fashionably formed, the British Isles produce some of the world's most creative and inspiring design talent and so for the April issue of Vogue, on newsstands tomorrow, we have namechecked our brightest, biggest and finest.
The moodiest colour on any palette offers up alluring new ideas for spring - allow fashion editor Verity Parker to show you the endless possibilities.
As founders of Matchesfashion.com, Tom and Ruth Chapman have a reputation for buying what they believe in - and their home is no different. Go behind the front door of one of the most stylish homes in the business.
The shows last September saw the introduction of the try-liner - the "adventurous cousin of the feline flick", as Lottie Winter explores. Also from the beauty team this month, health and beauty director Nicola Moulton looks at how Guerlain is making a bold move to reclaim its status as the ultimate perfume maker; and the team boldly asks: Do facials really work?
Jessica Diner meets Vogue favourite Sam McKnight to see how the hair stylist's new range of hairsprays will help everyone at home recreate his signature "undone" looks.
If you don't absolutely love your print, we'll take it back!