50 YEARS OF PRIDE: MARKING MILESTONES WITH OUR FRIENDS
June is a special time for the LGBTQ community and 2019 is a milestone year, marking 50 years of Pride Month recognition. To show our support, we teamed up with the Human Rights Campaign on a tee, sweatshirt and bandana featuring a feel-good message. 50 percent of the purchase price of each style goes toward the organization’s work to ensure that LGBTQ people are safe, equal and free in every community. We also asked a few of our favorite couples to share their personal milestones, from the joy of becoming a cat-parent to the magic they felt when tying the knot.
DESIGNER WESLEY NAULT & ENTERTAINMENT DIRECTOR MAXWELL LOSGAR
“As cheesy as it sounds, my proudest milestone is our recent marriage. This February, Wes and I made things official with a private ceremony at City Hall. The only people in attendance were our parents and the countless other happy couples who chose the same day as us to start the rest of their lawfully wedded lives together. Growing up before same-sex marriage was legal, having a husband was something I wrote off very early in life. But there we were: the only gay couple eloping that day, and not a single person sneered, stared or hurled insults at us. It was nothing but love.”—Maxwell
“I couldn’t agree more. Marrying Max far outshines any other milestone in my life. Our ‘I do’s’ were over in seconds, but the happiness I felt in those few short moments was absolute magic. It really put into perspective just how lucky we are for the sacrifices of the LGBTQ community before us.”—Wesley
Don't Mind Our PDA: 15 NYC Couples Not Shy About Showing a Little Affection
Love may be dead for celebrities, but, just in time for Valentine's Day, these pictures make a strong case that it's alive and well for New Yorkers, who actually might not be so cold-hearted after all. (And that there is some evidence to suggest that sliding into your crush's DMs can lead to good things.)
Style By Significant Other: Wesley Nault and Maxwell Losgar
What Happened When a Celebrity Tailor Let His Fiancé Dress Him All Week
Wesley Nault — an editorial and commercial tailor based in New York City who’s known for creating custom eveningwear and wedding gowns for high-profile clients — knows a thing or two about fashion. (He was on the fifth season of Project Runway, after all.) So what will he think when his fiancé Maxwell Losgar — an entertainment journalist who books celebrities for a variety of titles at Condé Nast and co-founder of their joint clothing line Jax Renley — chooses his wardrobe for a week?
Maxwell Losgar was named features associate at Vanity Fair. He previously worked at Teen VOGUE as assistant entertainment editor since April 2015. Prior to this, he was assistant to the manager. Losgar joined Teen VOGUE in March 2014 as a freelance fashion assistant. Follow Vanity Fair on Twitter and Instagram for the latest fashion and beauty trends.
OOTD, NYFW Edition: This is What Teen Vogue's Editors Wore Every Day This Week
Sweltering heat, you can't stop us!
"This was my take on the lasting 'power clashing' trend. Instead of mixing two completely different prints, I stuck to the same pattern in similar color palettes for a more subtle approach. I wore this because Fashion Week is one time of the year where taking risks is most rewarded. The shorts had really big pockets to hold my invitations, so I didn't need a bag. Always a plus."
"It was really hot this Fashion Week, so comfort was key. The necklace is very similar to Miley’s new 'Dirty Hippie' jewelry line, so I broke it out after her launch on Wednesday—right on trend! With all of the running around between shows, sneakers were the only way to go by the end of the week, and the messenger bag kept me hands-free to remain on email between the office and events."
Southampton Hospital's 56th annual Summer Party: Endless Summer was a resplendent soiree complete with cocktails, dinner, dancing, silent auction, and raffle that benefited the Jenny and John Paulson Emergency Department on August 2, 2014. The benefit chair was Laura Lofaro Freeman, the corporate chair was Douglas Elliman, and the fashion chair was Michael Kors. Chuck Scarborough served as emcee and the Alex Donner Orchestra provided the music.