How Sasha Pivovarova and Jordan Daniels Are Spending Their Days In

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Pivovarova (in a Coach dress, $595; coach.com) lends a hand while cradling Sofia (in Bonpoint). Mia also in Bonpoint. In this story: hair, Braydon Nelson; makeup, Dan Duran.

Photographed by Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos, Vogue, February 2021

For Sasha Pivovarova and her husband, photographer Igor Vishnyakov, domestic duties at their Water Mill, New York, home are split down the middle: He does the cooking while she looks after Mia, 8, and Sofia, 1. “He does a very good skirt steak, which he grills in the fireplace,” she says. Here, Vishnyakov prepares kvashenaya kapusta (a Russian sauerkraut-like dish).

Polo Ralph Lauren shirt, $168, and jeans, $198; ralphlauren.com. Mia in Suzie Kondi and Sofia in Bonpoint.

Photographed by Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos, Vogue, February 2021

“It’s such a luxury to see your kids growing and see their first steps,” says Pivovarova. “Sofia was born at home—the midwife was late, so it was just Igor and me.… She’s become such a homegrown baby.” Home is also where Pivovarova makes her art and ceramics—there’s a kiln in the basement.

Daniels (in a Fe Noel sweater, $1,495: fenoel.com), Saber (in a Heaven by Marc Jacobs hoodie, $155; marcjacobs.com), and Hampton (in a Collina Strada hoodie, $275; collinastrada.com). 

Photographed by Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos, Vogue, February 2021

In Manhattan’s East Village, Jordan Daniels is spending time with an artsy gang—model and creative consultant Anaa Saber and TikTok star/photographer Tyrell Hampton among them. “We paint, we read books every day, we hang out; for the most part, we’re really on social media,” says the model, who uses her platforms to support causes close to her. 

Saber (in a Heaven by Marc Jacobs vest, $165, and skirt, $175; marcjacobs.com), Hampton (in a Pangaia hoodie, $150, and sweatpants, $120; thepangaia.com), and Daniels (in a Proenza Schouler dress, $1,590; proenzaschouler.com).

Photographed by Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos, Vogue, February 2021

“Me and Tyrell have a following, so we were going on Instagram Live; we would talk and answer questions with people like Selah Marley”—who just founded the activist community Libertude. “We were trying to effectively make change together”