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January 2016. There's a bench at the top of Primrose Hill, in London, that looks out over the skyline of the city. If you'd passed by it one winter night, you might have seen him sitting there. A lanky guy in a wool hat, overcoat and jogging pants, hands thrust deep into his pockets. Harry Styles had a lot on his mind. He had spent five years as the buoyant fan favorite in One Direction ; now, an uncertain future stretched out in front of him. The band had announced an indefinite hiatus. The white noise of adulation was gone, replaced by the hushed sound of the city below.

It was in a London studio in late 2014 that Styles first brought up the idea of One Direction taking a break. "I didn't want to exhaust our fan base," he explains. "If you're shortsighted, you can think, 'Let's just keep touring,' but we all thought too much of the group than to let that happen. You realize you're exhausted and you don't want to drain people's belief in you."

After much discussion, the band mutually agreed to a hiatus, which was announced in August 2015 (Zayn Malik had abruptly left One D several months earlier). Fans were traumatized by the band's decision, but were let down easy with a series of final bows, including a tour that ran through October. Styles remains a One D advocate: "I love the band, and would never rule out anything in the future. The band changed my life, gave me everything."

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It's been an insane streak, all in the wake of a life-shaking mid-2014 split from his former fiancee, R&B star Ciara, the mother of the youngest of his four children. He's determined to keep it going. "I want to keep doing what I'm doing and see how far I can go," he says. "See when it stops. See what the end is like. I want to make this moment last as long as I can make it. If I miss a day, I'm afraid I'll miss out on a smash record."

There is a rotating crew of visitors on hand, in addition to two ever-present helpers – Shootrr, who shoots Future's Instagram pictures, and Nyce, his videographer. (Future's personal assistant, an efficient woman named Ebonie, is elsewhere in the studio complex.) A rapper named Mexico Mark hangs around for a while. Another guy introduces himself as a childhood friend of Future's, before imbibing enough dirty Sprite to lapse into near-catatonia on the couch. It's a Tuesday night, so it's relatively quiet – late on a weekend, it can be hard to find a place to stand.

When he sings, Future has a tendency toward melancholy, and the strongest of tonight's hooks combines triumphant lyrics with a hint of actual blues: "I got it way gone, gone, gone," he sings over a martial Metro Boomin beat, with a soulful half-tone bend on the last "gone." "We gon' get whatever we want." In the verse, he raps, "Feel like I ain't done enough/Make you feel my pain/I ain't done yet."

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T wo weeks after her 21st birthday party in Los Angeles (at which the supermodel was given a £200,000 Rolls-Royce by her family), Kendall Jenner made a sleepy, two-hour, 5am trip to a spot in Palmdale in the California desert. Kendall was wearing a black MA1 jacket, skinny jeans, hair scrunched at the back of her head and a light meter around her neck. She dozed through most of the journey, having stayed up late the night before looking for inspiration online for a surprising, early and potentially life-changing new career. 

K endall made her high-fashion debut on the Marc Jacobs catwalk, autumn/winter 2014, a first casting given the red-hot seal of approval by Katie Grand, Jacobs’s creative director. For the corresponding issue of Grand’s LOVE magazine, the door-stopping Condé Nast biannual that earlier brokered Cara Delevingne’s rise to generation-defining fashion fame, Kendall was photographed for her first cover story.

T wo-and-a-half years later, Kendall was about to step from in front of the lens and take her place behind it. After shooting an inside story with Kaia Gerber, Cindy Crawford’s doppelgänger 15-year-old daughter, for the previous issue of LOVE, Kendall would now shoot the cover story. Assembled in a diner in the bloodshot Palmdale winter sunshine, eating breakfast at 7am were a bunch of unknowns. These were aspiring faces who had won a Willy Wonka-style golden ticket via social media to find a new cover star. New photographer, new subjects: what could possibly go right?

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January 2016. There''s a bench at the top of Primrose Hill, in London, that looks out over the skyline of the city. If you''d passed by it one winter night, you might have seen him sitting there. A lanky guy in a wool hat, overcoat and jogging pants, hands thrust deep into his pockets. Harry Styles had a lot on his mind. He had spent five years as the buoyant fan favorite in One Direction ; now, an uncertain future stretched out in front of him. The band had announced an indefinite hiatus. The white noise of adulation was gone, replaced by the hushed sound of the city below.

It was in a London studio in late 2014 that Styles first brought up the idea of One Direction taking a break. "I didn''t want to exhaust our fan base," he explains. "If you''re shortsighted, you can think, ''Let''s just keep touring,'' but we all thought too much of the group than to let that happen. You realize you''re exhausted and you don''t want to drain people''s belief in you."

After much discussion, the band mutually agreed to a hiatus, which was announced in August 2015 (Zayn Malik had abruptly left One D several months earlier). Fans were traumatized by the band''s decision, but were let down easy with a series of final bows, including a tour that ran through October. Styles remains a One D advocate: "I love the band, and would never rule out anything in the future. The band changed my life, gave me everything."