December 22nd, 2011

Home on the prairie. Love the classic elegance - makes me want to sit on my southern ranch and ride horses.

Keira Knightley by Arthur Elgort / Vogue US

Reblogged from San Francisco Chic
October 30th, 2011

Feliz cumple a Mario Testino

Favorite place to celebrate your own birthday? 

Anywhere in the world where I have a couple of friends. Alone is a bit tricky.”

Happy birthday to Mario Testino, prolific photographer and Vogue cover champ /

October 21st, 2011
I like fairy tales, and I like dreaming. I try to weave the reality into the dream,When readers pick up Vogue, I want them to smile.
Grace Coddington  (via musingsinfemininity)

(Source: the-front-row)

Reblogged from musings in femininity.
October 7th, 2011

Published: Photographer Mario Testino celebrates 52 covers with Paris Vogue

'World-renowned photographer Mario Testino celebrates an incredible – and iconic  – 52 covers for Paris Vogue.

Over the course of 30 years, photographer Mario Testino’s sexy and exuberant images have graced no less than 52 Paris Vogue covers.

Working with the world’s most beautiful women – including Claudia Schiffer, Eva Herzigova and Linda Evangelista – the Peruvian-born photographer has captured glamour, confidence and sensuality from all of his subjects.’

Read more of my story on legendary fashion photographer Mario Testino’s covers for Paris Vogue on


September 29th, 2011

Published: Glamour in the front row at Milan Fashion Week

Fashionable progeny and editors brought European style and glamour to the front rows of Milan Fashion Week.


In contrast to the pop star-studded benches in London and New York, front seats at Milan were filled with glamour the European way. 

Heiress and aspiring actress Bianca Brandollini d’Adda sat in the front row at Fendi, next to jewelry designer Delfina Delettrez Fendi, daughter of Silvia Venturini Fendi, accessories director at the luxury fashion house.’

Find the rest of my story on front row faces at Milan Fashion Week on

Garance Doré and Scott Schumann at Fendi /

September 26th, 2011

Published: Street style with attitude at London Fashion Week

'This season’s colour-blocking trend mixed with a dose of gritty Brit attitude summed up the street style at London Fashion Week.

The London fashion pack took their typical irreverent approach to style, pairing black body-skimming pieces and sultry, tough-girl attitude with bubblegum pink lipstick and fluoro yellow clothing from Christopher Kane.

Blogger Columbine Smille threw a tomato red Cos vest over a Ralph Lauren shirt in a homage to preppy high school Americana and amped up the attitude with a leather-look skirt, while model Hanne Gaby Odiele combined fashion, fun and feistiness with zippered Rodarte trousers, a fluorescent lime Christopher Kane jacket and a toy unicorn peeking out of her bag.’

See more of my story and Candice Lake’s street chic pics at

Barbara Palvin in Hugo Boss jacket, Vera Wang shoes and Christian Dior glasses / Candice Lake X

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