Hehe, absolutely love Vogue Paris cover for their special December/January issue, Kate Moss channeling David Bowie in his Ziggy Stardust years, edgy, direct and everything but boring! Love you Kate!
One of my favorite spreads recently is Points Forts in Vogue Paris August 2011 issue, styled by Geraldine Saglio and photographed by Karim Sadli. I’m in love with the casual unpretentious layered styling and I wouldn’t mind any of these cozy knitwear’s in my wardrobe right now, it’s chilly out there…..
Ok, since I’ve already included Emmanuelle Alt’s covers of Vogue Paris since she began let me introduce you to her 5’th one. This one, a close-up of the Princess of Monaco, Charlotte Casiragh, photographed by Mario Testino. It’s obvious the year of the royals and though she’s a gorgeous girl, and it’s a beautiful portrait, I find this cover pretty boring and would have expected more dynamic….. But I like the hair and make-up though, not the typical glossy-royalty.
Morning ya’ll, after a few wonderful days and a night of traveling I’m back in London which is not that bad either but I’ve got plenty of things to catch up on.
Anyway, loving this 60’s style August cover of Vogue Paris featuring Lara Stone and lenced by Inez and Vinoodh. Refreshing from Emmanuelle Alt’s previous 3 close-up covers and proves that her work cannot be called predictable.
My morning so far, in bed with Vogue Paris, my laptop and instant coffee at my hotel room, need to finish off some work before I head out to the streets of Paris again.
Loving the casual and everyday styling in the spread En Cavale and spotted my own sandals from Michael Kors again and again, feel tempted to wear them with socks like seen on Kors runway and here…..
It can hardly have missed anyone by now that Vogue Paris‘s June/July cover and spread with Isabeli Fontana photographed by Mert & Marcus is a remake of Vogue Italia‘s spread in February 1989 with Linda Evangelista photographed by Steven Meisel in Cuba.
I love this new oversaturated, hot and sweaty editorial though the original absolutely has a life of it’s own, and just for the fun of it I picked out some images of both spreads, the remake on the left and original shot on the right hand side.
Image via Vogue Paris Live
Emmanuelle Alt continues perhaps playing it safe by putting big names on the cover of Vogue Paris, her second issue, May 2011’s cover stars Kate Moss and I must say I personally like this much more that her first cover. Having that said I fell totally in love with her first spread so I can’t wait to see what’s hiding inside this issue.
This is Emmauelle Alt‘s first cover spread in French Vogue’s April issue which definitely to me has Alt’s stamp on it, rock’n roll bohemian chic and so different from the cover itself which I really didn’t get but I assume she simply played it safe. This spread takes me into someone’s travel diary and make me long even for for a warm vacation.
In fact I’m going away 2 weeks at the end of April but still have no clue where, the current sad circumstances on this planet right now have reduced the possible sunny and safe options down to the minimal. I’ve always longed for Brazil though, any other suggestions?
Image by Fashion Pictures
Image by Sartorialist
After weeks of speculations it was announced today that Emmanuelle Alt will be the one to replace Carine Roitfeld as Editor in Chief for Vogue Paris. Emmanuelle represent that parisian rock chic look that I love and I’m pretty sure she knows what she’s doing, to sum up, great news!