• Golden Girls: Gabby Douglas and Simone Biles Cover ‘Teen Vogue’
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    Lauren Tuck

    Golden Girls: Gabby Douglas and Simone Biles Cover ‘Teen Vogue’

    The dynamic and beautiful duo will be out to win gymnastics gold and make history at the Summer Games in Rio.

  • Forever 21, Victoria's Secret, Nike Top List of Brands Millennials Love Most
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    Lauren Tuck

    Forever 21, Victoria's Secret, Nike Top List of Brands Millennials Love Most

    Teenagers are incredibly fickle (at least that’s what I’ve discovered from being one, living with a few, and following a few hundred on Tumblr and Twitter). With 25 million Instagram followers and offering bras, underwear, bathing suits, and exercise clothes all in bright colors and fun silhouettes, the company has a stronghold over the lingerie market.

  • Elle Fanning Covers ‘i-D’’s Trans Issue & ‘Teen Vogue’’s Young Hollywood Issue
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    Britt Aboutaleb

    Elle Fanning Covers ‘i-D’’s Trans Issue & ‘Teen Vogue’’s Young Hollywood Issue

    At the moment, Elle Fanning is winning that game. The young actress, 17, stars as the title role in this month’s About Ray, in which she plays against Naomi Watts and Susan Sarandon, transitioning from Ramona to Ray.

  • Kylie Jenner Lands the May Teen Vogue Cover
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    Kylie Jenner Lands the May Teen Vogue Cover

    Kendall Jenner isn’t the only member of the Jenner-Kardashian clan landing a major magazine cover this month—younger sister Kylie just announced on her Instagram page that she’s the star of Teen Vogue’s May issue. In her interview with Teen Vogue editor in chief Amy Astley, Jenner explains that her makeup routine is quite the process.

  • How This Nail Artist Went From CVS to Vogue
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    Britt Aboutaleb

    How This Nail Artist Went From CVS to Vogue

    About five years ago, Madeline Poole was assisting the prop stylist on a photo shoot when she saw a woman painting the model’s nails. On Instagram, New York it-girls like Jen Brill and Chrissy Miller showed off Poole’s negative-space designs, which became Poole’s signature.