MusicWelcome to our Lit Party. In honor of National Poetry Month, Jhené Aiko takes our Haiku challenge, composing a few poems on the spot based on the word she picks out of a bowl. Aiko also shares about her multicultural upbringing -- making origami and writing Haikus with her Japanese grandfather.
MusicGrace VanderWaal creates a playlist of some of the most important songs in her life. Grace's playlist includes songs from Supertramp to Rex Orange County.
MusicTeen Vogue Take is a weekly multi-platform digital show that explores the intersection of pop culture and social justice. This week, host Tiffany Bender and wellness editor Brittney McNamara talk with epidemiologist Dr. Joseph Palamar about the dangers of cocktailing substances at festivals.
MusicTeen Vogue caught up with dynamic duo Chloe x Halle for a little freestyle jam sesh. The sisters recently released their debut album, “The Kids Are Alright.”
Entertainment"Gringo" star Paris Jackson describes some of the most important songs in her life. Paris describes how each song played a role in her life, from moments of heartbreak to happiness. Paris' picks range from Andy Williams to Stevie Wonder and Alphaville.
MusicSinger and actress Madison Beer describes some of the most important songs in her life. Madison outlines what each song means to her and how the music and lyrics have affected her in times of love, happiness and sorrow. Madison's picks range from Ricky Nelson to Tame Impala to The Beatles.
MusicFrom Lauryn Hill to Frank Ocean, singer/songwriter Sabrina Claudio takes us through the R&B artists that influenced her.
MusicWe Made Sigrid Turn a Fortune Cookie Message Into a Song. Watch her slay the lucky lyrics.
EntertainmentThe future of music is definitely female. Handpicked in collaboration with Apple Music, these rising creative powerhouses are changing the game—one empowering song at a time.
EntertainmentMiley Cyrus, Iggy Azalea, Avril Lavigne, Gwen Stefani and Katy Perry all have one thing in common: They all have profited from the culture of marginalized people.
MusicFor our Volume 2 music issue, cover star Paris Jackson worked with Raise It Up!, a Flint-based organization that supports youth using their voices for social change, to come up with a very powerful poem.
MusicChance the Rapper talks about the first time he met Obama, and more things you don't know about him.
EntertainmentHarry Styles released his solo album today, and Directioner fangirls aren’t the only ones excited about it. A group of older men are really vibing with Harry’s Bowie-inspired redirection -- no pun intended. But with these new fans we’re seeing a lot of dismissive sexist commentary about his original “fangirls.” It's time to knock these haters down a notch.