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There is some reasoning behind the life and death of a fashion trend. Image by Alicia Zheng/NPR hide caption

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So long, skinny jeans. See you in the next cycle

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Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue, at the 'Chanel Cruise 2017/2018 Collection' at Grand Palais on May 3, 2017 in Paris, France. The magazine is suing rappers Drake and 21 Savage for a violation of trademark rights. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images hide caption

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Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska on the front cover of Vogue, photographed by Annie Leibovitz. Entitled "Portrait of Bravery," the spread and accompanying interview paint Zelenska as a woman stepping up to the challenge of her many roles in this war. Screenshot by NPR/Annie Leibovitz/Vogue hide caption

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Ukraine's first lady posed for 'Vogue' and sparked discussion on how to #SitLikeAGirl

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Vogue Arabia's June cover stirred controversy by featuring Princess Hayfa bint Abdullah Al Saud in a car, while activists who fought to lift the ban on female drivers in Saudi Arabia remain in custody. Boo George for Vogue Arabia/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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