British Vogue March 2019

No other magazines combine beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture in such an inspiring mix. VOGUE employs the most talented photographers, stylists, writers and editors to fill the pages each month with new trends, controversial images and challenging ideas

United Kingdom
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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12 Udgivelser

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3 min
editor’s letter

It is always a pleasure to unveil… … a March issue of Vogue, to herald the start of fashion’s new season in earnest, to dwell on themes of re-emergence and renewal after a gloomy and (this year especially) uncertain winter. This month’s Vogue has added personal significance, as its star is no less a force than Naomi Campbell, who makes her cover debut for me as editor-in-chief. It’s no secret that Naomi and I go back more than half of our lifetimes. We first met on a shoot for i-D in Paris in the early 1990s on a day I will never forget. I can recall her walking into the studio like it was last week. In an Anna Sui dress, with her Whitney Houston curls, there she was – the most…

1 min
backstage pass


2 min
travel diaries

PARIS “As well as going to Chanel’s catwalk ‘beach’ [right], and visiting the Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition at Fondation Louis Vuitton, I met Fran Summers for afternoon tea in the Jardin d’Hiver at the Hôtel de Crillon [below] to celebrate her first Vogue cover – a lovely moment honouring one of the next great British models.” Edward Enninful, editor-in-chief “To see Rei Kawakubo present such a radically personal collection on the runway for Comme des Garçons was breathtaking, and to see women dressed in suits burst apart by pregnant bellies while trailing clinking chains was a profoundly moving reflection of womanhood. I still can’t stop thinking about it.” Olivia Singer, executive fashion news editor NEW YORK “SoHo hotel 11 Howard is my New York home. The staff there are amazing; I love that I can take meetings…

1 min
a great escape

1 SUNSET Never underestimate the thrill of a brand-new bag – especially one that’s as pretty as a postcard. 2 SOUVENIR NECKLACE Cast aside heavy hardware and load up on delicate trinkets that hint at far-flung destinations. 3 SUN SHIELD Time to shelve the micro-sunnies in favour of face-swamping visors – the bigger, the better. 4 TOE THONG Toe-thong sandals are enjoying a renaissance. The best iterations come with added inches, as well as piles of brightly coloured ankle cords. 5 RAFFIA HAT The news in hats? Rustic raffia is back on the agenda. Say goodbye to the bucket – straw is so much fresher. GRETA ILIEVA; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; INDIGITAL; PIXELATE.BIZ…

1 min
put it in neutral

If there was one major surprise on the spring runways, it was the dominance of beige. There is, however, one huge caveat: “beige” no longer refers to a dull washed-out hue, but rather a spectrum of luxe shades – from pale fawn to dark caramel. Riccardo Tisci led the charge at Burberry, presenting women swathed in the colour’s endless variations, but beige was equally abundant elsewhere. Natacha Ramsay-Levi presented a sandy vision of bohemia at Chloé; Loewe offered painstakingly pristine suiting; Max Mara revisited its classic camel coat. Despite these many incarnations, one sentiment united the season: no half-measures, because the best way to wear it is head-to-toe. No longer does beige stand for mediocrity; now, it points to grown-up, elevated elegance. Pay attention to its minute tonal nuances, and…

1 min
tie-dye for

Every trend deserves a second chance. Cue spring’s major fashion headline: tie-dye. Designers are enamoured of the resist-dyeing technique that’s unapologetically everywhere – seeping into satin, baby-soft merino wool and even printed on ladylike leather. Relax: it has come a long way since its free-spirited, late-’60s explosion into the Western consciousness via Janis Joplin and her Woodstock pals. Funky shapes and lurid shades are out; controlled bursts of colour coupled with fabrics that hold their shape are in. Prabal Gurung’s grown-up tie-dye sweaters are the cult purchase, best showcased with spindly heels and smart cropped slacks, while Prada’s acid-hued splashes, tempered with classic black, are set to reach heirloom status. Just don’t try tie-dye with flip-flops – beach bums need not apply. GRETA ILIEVA; JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; PIXELATE.BIZ…