Let’s face it: 2019 felt like it was about 5 million years long. As the year comes to a close, you might be in the mood to sit down and reflect on all the events of the year. Take a look at some of our most-read stories from 2019, like the incredible day and a half we spent with freshman representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, or a highly juicy chat with novelist Bret Easton Ellis. In search of exactly what to binge-watch while sitting on the couch with your parents’ dog? Check out our list of the year’s best TV. Looking to flex your art-appreciation muscles? Take a look at the story we did on that iconic photo of Nancy Pelosi, analyzed by four art experts.
Below, the 10 most-read Vogue culture stories of 2019.
Writer Bridget Read goes to Capitol Hill to catch up with the buzziest new member of the house, representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez; Daniel Arnold photographs the 29-year-old politician in her political habitat.
Hint: The attention to sartorial detail on the show is totally spot-on.
Vogue.com contributing editor and mom Michelle Ruiz talks about the frustrating follow-up to Frozen.
Check in with the enduring enfant terrible of American fiction.
We loved Fleabag, Shrill, and Euphoria, among others.
Remember that incredible photo of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi in a cabinet meeting back in October? We asked art experts to break down why the photo is so striking and moving.
The college admissions scandal dominated headlines, and we were interested in what the children involved in the drama did next.
The women of The Hills reflect on the pre-social media bliss of coming of age on the aughts MTV show.
Remembering the bright light of high society, style, and grace that was Lee Radziwill.
“Before I leave the room, I always tell him the same thing: I will always love you, and I will always take care of you. Sometimes, as an add-on, I tell him: You had the greatest mother in the history of the universe,” reflects John P. Darcy about the woman he has loved and lost.
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