February 27th, 2022
February/March Issue of Vogue UA

‘Urban Dictionary’

Photography by Umit Savaci  Styling by Monika Tatalovic

Vogue UA is is one of my favorite editions in the Vogue family. It’s a bit more cutting edge and less commercial, which I appreciate. As I flipped through the recent February/March issue, my heart broke thinking about the Ukranians who make this incredible magazine. All Ukranians are in my prayers.


What's New

  • Thank you Preston for not sticking your head in the sand regarding Ukraine. This war is not only about Ukraine but freedom & democracy for all of us. The bravery & selflessness of the people of Ukraine are an example to all of us. They are in my thoughts & prayers as are the conscripted Russian soldiers & their families.

    CatherineFebruary 27th, 2022  11:45 AM

  • That’s a really good magazine. The whole situation in the Ukraine has me distraught. I am praying that god answers our prayers and puts a halt to this war.

    TracyFebruary 27th, 2022  12:01 PM

  • Bravo, Preston for your support to Ukraine. They need our prayers. As Lithuanian I am wholeheartedly with the brave , heroic and stoic Ukrainian people. God bless them and their motherland. Slava Ukraini!

    ZivileFebruary 27th, 2022  1:27 PM

  • Thank you, Preston, for speaking to this. I wholeheartedly concur with the three readers’ comments above.

    PaulaFebruary 27th, 2022  5:00 PM

  • Me, too, to your words, Preston, as well as to the three comments thus far.

    JaniceFebruary 27th, 2022  6:46 PM

  • Preston, I found this article of interest.


    PaulaFebruary 27th, 2022  7:13 PM

  • Prayers for all in Ukraine-and may President Zelensky survive to continue to lead.

    Meghan QuinnFebruary 28th, 2022  7:43 AM

  • Thank you for sharing the beauty of world fashion in a time that feels both ugly and truly scary. All on this thread could not have expressed my sentiments better.

    MelissaFebruary 28th, 2022  7:47 AM

  • Echoing the sentiments already expressed. My relatives only a few generations back came from the area close to Ukraine…looking at pictures of the people I feel a kinship with them. I only hope this terrible invasion comes to an end swiftly.

    SharonFebruary 28th, 2022  9:05 AM

  • I agree with all of the above. My cousin is married to a Ukrainian and my heart is broken. They are wonderful people and need all our support. Thank you, Preston

    TerrilynFebruary 28th, 2022  1:52 PM


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