When it feels like every woman working in fashion-including a slew of Vogue editors and a stylist-suddenly became mothers en masse, Vogue wondered how entering a new life stage has affected their style.
"You can't really worry about accessories-you don't have the time," says Market Editor Virginia Tupker. "It's about focusing on the minimum to pull everything together." Instead, she has switched ostentatious decoration for a low-maintenance look of colored AG skinny jeans and tops by Maje with interesting shoulder construction, which keeps things exciting enough for Tupker without anything being in danger of deconstruction. "I've definitely got a more casual look now," she says.
The same could be said of haute-bohemian stylist Marina Muñoz. "My masculine-Latin look went out the window when my bump really started to show," she says. "I started wearing looser pieces-an homage to an Isabel Marant French-girl style"-not only pulled together, but also incredibly practical when it comes to feeding her one-month-old son, Blaise. Meanwhile, Market Editor Jessica Sailer turns loose into louche with her own take on Céline and Lanvin's pajama-dressing trend. But six months into motherhood and Director of Special Events Sylvana Ward Durrett is pulling everything inward. "You miss seeing your body," she says of a pregnancy donning oversize blazers and loose-fitting dresses.