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Rihanna graces Vogue Paris & Dazed in seven holiday covers

Having already conquered everything in fashion Rihanna, RiRi or simply the most successful millennial star du jour is the woman on top for Vogue Paris latest holiday edition.  Read more

Maison Chloé celebrates the iconic Guy Bourdin

“We think we know who the Chloé girls are but, in fact, there’s a kind of enigmatic quality to Guy Bourdin’s work that makes you think again” explained curator Judith Clark on Maison Chloé’s-, the newly-opened space set to host a year-round programme of exhibitions and events- show “Femininities – Guy Bourdin”. Read more

Coachella’s most impressive looks of the season are in

Coachella’s most impressive looks of the season are in

It’s obvious that once again Coachella attendees are very serious about fashion and if Indio’s street-style is showing the fashion forward, fringe-and-flower-crowns trope are out and swimsuits-as-bodysuits are in. Read more

Lucie and Luke Meier are Jil Sander’s new power couple

Ch-ch-ch-changes! Jil Sander is entering a very contemporary era after Rodolfo Paglialunga’s departure earlier this Spring.

“After earning their stripes with five years at Louis Vuitton during the Marc Jacobs era, Lucie Meier joined Nicolas Ghesquière at Balenciaga and then was chosen by Raf Simons to take control of the women’s ready-to-wear and haute couture collections at Dior. Following the departure of Raf Simons to Calvin Klein, she took the reins as co-creative director at Dior for 5 collections before the arrival of Maria Grazia Chiuri” writes Vogue Paris. Read more

April’s must: Japan

April's must: Japan

“It’s hard to beat Japan when spring is blooming across the country, and as the cherry trees begin to flower, the sound of celebrations flow through the cities with festivals and spectacles paying tribute to Japanese nature and culture” writes Jade Simon on her latest to-do list for Vogue Paris. Read more

Sasha Pivovarova embraces her masculine side for Vogue Paris

It is maybe fair to say that men are from Mars, women are from Venus, and yet, style is universal and pant-suits are the best evidence available. Regarded as one of the biggest trends of the season, designers embraced masculinity to accentuate certain aspects of femininity with a sleek, sexy gender ambiguity marching down the catwalks for Fall-Winter 2016/17.
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The Editorials We Love Vol.2

Magazines keep on inspiring us with the season’s best outfits as featured in the best fashion editorials captured by the photographers in the know. For this week we pay a visit to Romania with the help of Andreea Diaconu, a woman with effortless style through her return to her beloved country for WSJ, we explore a wild rocky coast in leather, fur, and knitwear with Frederikke Sofie lensed by Ryan McGinley for the September 2016 issue of Vogue China and we are still enchanted by the elegant palette of summer colours as they bright up this season’s winter wardrobe through the pages of Vogue Paris -Luna Bijl is quite a flamboyant star shot by David Sims for the magazine.

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The editorials we love

As the winter arches on, the new collections are splashing their way onto the glittery pages of the magazines we adore. From the acid pink, femme fatale red and a rainbow of metallics that bring a Technicolor mode to the new season, fronted by doll-faced runway star Luna Bijl  in Saint Laurent through the 70’s glam queen Emily DiDonato in Missoni for POP Magazine to the dreamy gowns that bring Lily Donaldson in Chloé & Balmain to the front or the minimal allure of the Australian brunette Mali Koopman in Céline we present you with the images that are already on our mood board for a glorious season.  Read more

Inside French Vogue’s dinner at the Palais Galliera

“If fashion had a prom, it might be the annual black-tie gala held by the Vogue Paris Foundation to raise funds and to showcase major donations to the Palais Galliera, the city’s fashion museum” writes New York Times’ Elizabeth Paton. Read more

Lottie Moss is the new Kate Moss and Vogue Paris approves

“The success of my sister does not affect me in my choices. I feel no pressure in that respect” says the 18-year-old Londoner Lottie Moss. The sister she is referring to is Kate Moss.
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