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When it comes to living your best life, @mirandakerr could give us all a crash course. The supermodel and expectant mom has long balanced a jet-set lifestyle with a passion for wellness. Watch her defy maternity-wear stereotypes by adapting runway looks to suit her even at eight months along (full video in the link in our bio). Directed and shot by @theselby Fashion Editor @gurvial Producer @camillaferenczi Props and Set Design @stillsets @tamasinreid @fisimplyfi Editors @thegattos @kathygatto 1st Assistant Camera @shutterpunk1 Sound Mixer @killerpengwin Production Coordinator @lionelsam

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It’s been two years since the world went into purple mourning for @Prince, the strange, beloved, and brilliant originator of incandescent pop songs and a way of being all his own. As the shock of his death has given way to a deeper reckoning of his gifts, we miss—and celebrate—him more and more. Besides experiencing Prince’s electrifying live performances, not many of us got to know him up close. But those who did have vivid, affectionate memories. At spring’s awards shows, festivals, and premieres, Vogue caught up with celebrities including @iamnaomicampbell, @ritaora, @therealeve, @questlove, and Prince’s close collaborator Sheila E. (@sheilaedrummer), as they share funny and precious moments with one of the most iconic musicians of all time. And each of them answered one question: What one word would you use to describe him? We say: unforgettable. Tap the link in our bio for the full video.

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@stacialangdesign worked as a pattern maker and designer at Paisley Park in the early Nineties, when budgets were limitless, creativity was prized above all, and the artist was in his yellow phase. His house was yellow; his car was yellow; and Stascia was outfitting in jumpsuits of citron guipure lace. Tap the link in our bio for more on her work with Prince, and the other talented creators who collaborated on his iconic look. Directed by Chris Moukarbel @digitalperm Music "Let's Go Crazy" by @Prince Cinematography Bobby Bukowski @beeseabee Edited by Candice Young, Jen Harrington Art Direction by @lookstudiosnyc

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A teenage Prince lived off and on in this house on the corner of Newton and Graham Avenues in north Minneapolis. Seeing our camera, a woman across the street said to her young son, “Maybe one day you’ll grow up to be so famous someone will come take pictures of our house.” Minneapolis, where Prince was born and raised, forever remained in his orbit. With the photographer Alec Soth, we went looking for the places Prince called home. Tap the link in our bio to read “In the Place Where Prince Lived.” Photographed by Alec Soth @littlebrownmushroom/@magnumphotos Story by Rebecca Bengal @_true_stories_ Art direction by Look Studios @lookstudiosnyc

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Since she was 5, Alda Reed has lived in a house built where Prince’s childhood home used to be. “I always predicted he would come back here,” her mother said. One day in the summer of 2015, he did. Minneapolis, where Prince was born and raised, forever remained in his orbit. With the photographer Alec Soth, we went looking for the places Prince called home. Tap our link in bio to see the story “In the Place Where Prince Lived.” Photographed by Alec Soth @littlebrownmushroom/@magnumphotos Story by Rebecca Bengal @_true_stories_ Art direction by Look Studios @lookstudiosnyc

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Letters and diary entries left for Prince at the house where Purple Rain was filmed in north Minneapolis, and on a memorial fence by Paisley Park in nearby Chanhassen. Minneapolis, where Prince was born and raised, forever remained in his orbit. With the photographer Alec Soth, we went looking for the places Prince called home. Tap the link in our bio to read “In the Place Where Prince Lived.” Photographed by Alec Soth @littlebrownmushroom/@magnumphotos Story by Rebecca Bengal @_true_stories_ Art direction by Look Studios @lookstudiosnyc

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@yarashahidi’s father, @afshinashahidi, was Prince’s personal photographer, so she got low-key godfather treatment from birth, and on her recent visit to Paisley Park, the rooms felt proud to welcome her back. Standing in his office, now starring in TV shows, running an activist platform to get young people to the polls, and heading to Harvard with a letter of recommendation from Michelle Obama, photographer @arnold_daniel.told Yara, “Damn, you must have a crazy concept of ‘normal’; does it even surprise you that everything you dream up seems to come true?” She blushed and deflected, which was fine, because the answer was obvious. When you count Nas and the first Iranian in space as cousins, and your Black Panther grandfather and magic-manifesting parents raise you on James Baldwin, in the company of Prince and Angela Davis, well, to coin a phrase, “Everything U Think Is True.” Tap the link in our bio to see @arnold_daniel.s photo diary of Yara’s visit to Paisley Park. Photographed by @arnold_daniel. Art Direction by @lookstudiosnyc.

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On a first-of-its-kind tour of Prince’s bedroom, @arnold_daniel.caught @yarashahidi laughing to herself and shot her a cartoony look, like, “watch it,” but also, “what you got?” It was December in Minnesota, dark at noon, and she and @arnold_daniel. in particular, had been doing their best to go lightly through a surprisingly arduous day. It’s easy to imagine how strolling a crowd through such a sacred space would put its gatekeepers on edge, but the two were too giddy for piety, standing under the disarming, 15-foot “Everything U Think Is True” mural that @Prince woke up to every day. “What’s so funny?” @arnold_daniel.got close and asked. “Nothing,” the @grownish star beamed (she always beams), “it’s just so Prince, but it’s also sooo Minnesota.” Tap the link in our bio to see @arnold_daniel.s photo diary of Yara’s visit to Paisley Park. Photographed by @arnold_daniel. Art Direction by @lookstudiosnyc.

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@yarashahidi plopped down at a stereo under the mural, still laughing to herself, and flipped through a telling stack of CDs and records: Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Marvin Gaye, Sylvester, and, of course, Prince. Her ease relaxed the room. After a thorough, delighted lap, we headed out through the costume archive, past a bedroom bookshelf sparsely stocked with The Book of Secrets, two copies of the Bible, and R. Swinburne Clymer’s 1921 “course of instruction on the right use of sex.” Perfect. For more of Yara’s visit to Paisley Park, tap the link in our bio to see @arnold_daniel.s photo diary of the day. Photographed by @arnold_daniel. Art Direction by @lookstudiosnyc.

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In @Prince’s white bedroom, which was sometimes a bedroom, sometimes a wind-down space (he slept everywhere and nowhere, it would seem), there is a mural that reads “Everything U Think Is True.” This is a house loaded with affirmations—the carpet on the second-floor landing reads “Ask yourself your destination what the source of your inspiration be”—this bedroom wisdom is for the Shahidis the most salient. @yarashahidi likens it to a vision board, and she comes from a family who believes in manifesting big things for themselves and for the world through conscious intent and effort. Her mother, Keri (@chocolatemommyluv), says that Yara knew early on “the impact and importance of service.” “At age 8, she named her corporation Dharma Driven. That was her intention. She came that way.” Of course, Yara was blessed with terrific examples. Sure, there was Prince, but there was also her grandfather who was both a committed feminist and a member of the Black Panther Party, and her cousin, who was an Iranian astronaut. As Keri sees it, to have “such an abundant family for so many generations” is the gift that brings with it a moral obligation to the community and the world. And she and @afshinashahidi have raised their children thus, right in tune with values imbued and installed at Paisley Park of hard work and singular creative vision. Could there be a more lovely testament to Prince’s wondrous legacy? For more of Yara’s visit to Paisley Park, tap the link in our bio to see @arnold_daniel’s photo diary of the day. Directed by Chris Moukarbel @digitalperm Music by Patrick Belaga @patrickstop Cinematography Bobby Bukowski @beeseabee Edited by Candice Young, Jen Harrington Art Direction by @lookstudiosnyc

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At Paisley Park, @prince’s work garb was a silk shirt, silk pants (high waist, with a slight flare), and heels. He did not wind down from his day in denim. @yarashahidi and her father, @afshinashahidi, both wear jeans for their visit (as does mom Keri, @chocolatemommyluv, and younger brothers @sayeedshahidi and @LilManshahidi) to his Midwestern home and studio. Afshin remembers that while he was working for Prince, he started wearing suits because one knew intuitively that he had to represent his boss appropriately and this involved a heightened formality and glamour. Prince has infectious taste. “I realize now why my favorite color was purple for so long,” says Yara, while examining (with gloved hands) jumpsuits and trenchcoats in magenta and plum and darkest violet. Pictures of Yara’s current fashion icons are contained in a binder on her phone labeled “aesthetic.” The file includes Miles Davis, Dorothy Dandridge, and (her true sartorial inspiration) James Baldwin. She sees Baldwin as evoking in his look “a certain line-blurring as a gay black man in the ’50s and ’60s” straddling “two communities that wouldn’t accept the other side of him.” His unwillingness to “fragment himself,” in Yara’s view, meant that he came “to represent everyone.” The same could be said of Prince as well. For more on Prince’s wardrobe, as described by the women who created it, tap the link in our bio for Sally Singer’s interviews with the tailors. Directed by Chris Moukarbel @digitalperm Music by Patrick Belaga @patrickstop Cinematography Bobby Bukowski @beeseabee Edited by Candice Young, Jen Harrington Art Direction by @lookstudiosnyc

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In @wprince1's office on the ground floor of Paisley Park, things have been left pretty much as was since April 2016, except for the velvet ropes and “don’t touch” rules that guard his ephemera from hands of the public. One can’t help but study every item on view for clues to what informed the artist’s blistering talent and radical creative vision. And yet, what does one make of a DVD collection that includes *Coming to America*, *Terms of Endearment*, and *The Way We Were*, and a CD library of Joni Mitchell, Sly Stone, and the Beatles? A divine mash-up of mass and class, and so deeply sentimental. . . . On a low shelf, there’s a profusion of framed family photographs, including one of @yarashahidi age 7, signed, “To Mr. Prince, Yara.” She only learned that her picture was in Prince’s office when Paisley opened to the public last year and people wrote to her to say as much. Holding it for the first time, Yara says, “You can see my father in my eyes. You can see my backyard.” Growing up, Yara lived far from Prince and Paisley. And yet, the family went on holiday with the musician, and she had the rare privilege of seeing him off duty, in flip-flops and beach clothes. “I have these memories,” she says, “of going to London, to Hawaii, and of going to the stadium and dancing. He was such a piece of my life that I didn’t question it.” Two years into @blackishabc, Prince messaged her on Twitter to “say how proud he was of what I was doing.” Yara is level-headed and she fully recognizes the down-to-earth value of this magical relationship: financial stability and the confidence it enables. Her father is a photographer and her mother an actress, and as Yara sees it, Prince gave her parents a “platform to succeed” that “established a new base reality.” Is she grateful to Mr. Prince? Hell yes. “Of course, this is what I can achieve,” she says, “because this is what I have experienced.” Tap the link in our bio to see @chrissie_slack_daniel’s photo diary of Yara’s visit to Paisley Park. Directed by Chris Moukarbel @digitalperm Music by Patrick Belaga @patricks Cinematography Bobby Bukowski @beeseabee Edited by Candice Young, Jen Harrington Art Direction by @lookstudiosnyc