Even before costume designer Patricia Field transformed her into label-on-legs Carrie Bradshaw for Sex and the City in 1998, Sarah Jessica Parker has never failed to surprise when it comes to her wardrobe choices over the years, both on-screen (remember the episode where she wore two different shoes
Blog Posts by Vogue Magazine
- Vogue Magazine | Fashion – Wed, Jul 13, 2011 8:11 PM EDT
- Vogue Magazine | Fashion – Tue, Jul 12, 2011 4:49 PM EDT
By Alexandra Macon, Vogue magazine
The Duchess of Cambridge came, she saw, and she conquered North America on a nine-day tour of Canada and California, but whether rowing crew, visiting a hospital, meeting and greeting, or attending the black-tie BAFTAs, the former Miss Middleton was perfectly outfitted for each and every occasion.
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This past week, fashion's cognoscenti gathered in the City of Lights for one of the most elegant and extravagant events of the year. Paris Fall 2011 Couture Week featured designers' breathtaking visions, painstakingly created by teams of couturiers, seamstresses, and beadworkers who spent hours sewing and embellishing every last bit of feather, lace, and trim on the lavishly constructed looks that walked the runways. These are fashion's fantasy moments, played out in shows like Chanel's glittering Parisian starry-night spectacle and Giambattista Valli's well-received (and well-attended) debut couture collection. Only a few get a chance to witness it all firsthand, but we take you there. From the front row to the backstage, from the behind-the-scenes finishing touches to the grand finale-here is the definitive look at this year's show-stopping haute couture season.Read More »from Vogue's Inside Look at Haute Couture Fashion Week
- Vogue Magazine | Fashion – Wed, Jul 6, 2011 6:15 PM EDT
By Emily Holt, Vogue magazineAmerican style is somewhat similar to the Supreme Court's ruling on obscenity: difficult to define, but you know it when you see it. For the last several decades, the idea of dressing in a manner that's representative of a certain Stateside sensibility has included every
- Vogue Magazine | Fashion – Wed, Jul 6, 2011 4:35 PM EDT
At 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, Charlene Wittstock walked into the courtyard of the medieval Palace of Monaco in an exquisite Armani Privé duchesse silk dress and claimed her place in fashion history when she married Prince Albert in a Catholic ceremony. The poised former Olympian was the embodiment of r
- Vogue Magazine | Fashion – Wed, Jun 15, 2011 5:49 PM EDT
In the quest for ultimate salon smoothness, in the battle against humidity, Vogue's editors put the new spate of at-home hair straighteners to the test. From (formaldehyde-free) keratin treatments to simple styling spritzes, here's the final word on what fought frizz and cut down styling time-and how long the results lasted.
Emma Watson made a mark on the red carpet early in her career, not only for her seemingly innate ability to know what looks suit her best but also for bringing some much-deserved attention to the young, talented, and often British designers who have dressed her over the years.
- Vogue Magazine | Working It – Tue, Jun 14, 2011 6:24 PM EDT
By Chioma Nnadi, Vogue magazine
Most of us end up throwing on that tried-and-tested pashmina in a moment of sweaty, goose-bump-raised desperation. It's not that carrying a scarf is inherently a bad idea, it just might be time to update the pastel cashmere shawl that's been languishing in the filing cabinet since last summer. Fashion News Editor Emily Holt favors her periwinkle-blue wrap of Indian silk from ABC Carpet & Home as a larger but lighter alternative. "I say the bigger the better," she says. "I love throwing a beautiful oversize scarf around my neck, especially if I'm going into a meeting. I feel about a scarf the way Linus feels about his blanket."
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While the World Health Organization's announcement this week that cell phones are a possible carcinogen surely had some thinking about linking up landlines, it had us thinking back to the ways we used to communicate before the advent of the iPhone. After all, who doesn't yearn (even just a little bit) for the simple thrill of a handwritten letter in the mail, the nervous anticipation of the blinking light on an answering machine, spritzing a postcard with your signature scent before tossing it in the mailbox of some faraway land?
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Dare we suggest a return-albeit a more modern one-to a time before texting? We found a few things, from an update on the rotary phone to elegant stationery to earphones you won't be embarrassed to wear, that just might make staying in touch a little safer-and will definitely make it a great deal more stylish.
It is Memorial Day weekend-at last-and officially the beginning of the summer season. With everyone racing around and packing their bags for the first of many long weekends, we sent the Coveteur team to find out where some of our favorite editors, photographers, and designers are going to get away f