What does it really mean to be yourself?
US Vogue is celebrating individuality for its January 2016 issue with help from Zendaya Colemen, Justine Skye, Imaan Hammam along with other musician, dancers, athletes, artist, writers, and models to reinforce and commend the fact that fashion is embracing a new era of inclusion, authenticity and freedom.
Masih Alinejad (in Fendi), longtime Beyonce dancer Les Twins (Larry Bourgeois
Along with his identical twin brother, Laurent), Dada Masilo (in Proenza Schouler), Caroline Polachek (in Courrèges), Clementine Creevy (in a Roberto Cavalli vest and a Calvin Klein Collection dress), soccer player David Villa, Szelena Gray (in Calvin Klein Collection), Ruth Bell (in Dior), Juliana Huxtable (in Victoria Beckham) and Grace Hartzel (in Saint Laurent).
Andra Day (in a Levi’s jacket), Nina Arianda (in Gucci), Juno Temple (in a The Arrivals jacket), rapper Donald Glover (Childish Gambino), Ellie Bamber (in Organic by John Patrick), Petra Collins (in Michael Kors Collection) and Anna Ewers (in Rodarte).
Whitney Wolfe (in Alexander McQueen), Ghanaian actor Abraham Attah, Montego Glover (in Dolce & Gabbana), Kacy Hill (in Erdem), actor Khris Davis, son of Karl Lagerfeld Hudson Kroenig and Karlie Kloss (in Calvin Klein Collection).
Taylor Hill (in Valentino), Zendaya (in Givenchy), Imaan Hammam (in a Schott NYC jacket and a Burberry dress), Nieves Zuberbühler (in Pallas Paris), Justine Skye (in Balenciaga) and Lorde (in Marques ‘ Almeida),
Kristen Kish (in Vetements), Chilean actor Pedro Pascal, 9-year-old actor Jacob Tremblay, Cameron Russell (in Prada), Alizé Lim (in Paco Rabanne), Allese Thomson (in Maison Margiela) and Brittany Howard (in Tory Burch)
Hari Nef (in Marc Jacobs), Jemima Kirke (in Rochas), Xin Li (in a Miu Miu coat and Altuzarra skirt), Jennifer Hudson (in Carolina Herrera), professional baseball player Matt Harvey and Lola Kirke (in Proenza Schouler)
Find out more about these creatives and how they get in touch with who they are in the video below:
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