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Today, Vogue unveiled a brand-new section of its website devoted to interiors, weddings, travel, and food. It's Vogue.com's expanded Living section, and you can find it at the top of the page between the Culture and Fashion Show hubs. For the launch, Vogue.com rolled out content like a recipe for "edible flowerpots" from LA chef Jessica Koslow and a throwback look at Gianni Versace's Miami mansion.
But this also seems to be the place to find Vogue's aspirational wedding coverage. Right now there's a story on Stone Fox Bride's Molly Guy, who shares photos of her favorite brides over the years. There's also 26 photos of a truly amazing-looking destination wedding in St. Barth’s complete with a Valentino wedding dress and Lauren Santo Domingo on the guest list. Virginia Van Zanten describes Vogue.com's Living section's message as such:
Every day, we will be bringing you more inventive and elegant ideas about ways to live. Living, here, is as much about the first apartment as it is the château, as much about the home-cooked recipe as it is the latest degustation menu. It’s a glimpse into lives well lived—and a rich source of inspiration, we hope, for uncovering what living well means to you.
For those of you who had to look up degustation menu, it's here.