Americans Hit the Polls As Beyoncé Takes a Front Seat in the Presidential Race

Plus, the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund awards announced three winners Monday night: Brock Collection, Adam Selman, and Krewe du Optic.

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Beyoncé Such a powerful force in this election, Donald Trump decided it was a good move to go after her in the home stretch of the election. Bad move, Donald.

Björk Made her mark on Iceland’s national concert hall Harpa on Saturday evening. Here’s how her most devoted devotees payed their respects, sartorially speaking.

Collection, Brock The newly christened winners of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, as presented by best buds Zendaya and Michael Kors. Runners-up were Adam Selman and Krewe du Optic.

Dogg, Snoop; and Stewart, Martha American icons separately; together, a national treasure.

Hardison, Bethann Why the activist and former model is voting for Hillary Clinton. In no uncertain terms, she says, “I want someone representing me who I won’t be ashamed of.”

Obama, Michelle After the first lady’s powerful speech about Donald Trump in October, many have wistfully called for her to join the presidential race. She’s unlikely to make a bid in 2020, but here’s why Michelle Obama has become such a (reluctant) political force.

Rihanna The modern-day Marie Antoinette can now add a shoe Oscar to her resume: her iconic “creepers” have been named the winner of Footwear News’s “Shoe of the Year” award.

Slimane, Hedi Still engaged in a protracted legal battle with his former employer, Saint Laurent. Things seem to be taking a turn in his favor, maybe.

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