British Vogue May 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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3 min
i am so delighted…

…to mark a special moment in publishing by paying tribute to an extraordinary woman who has not only helped define this magazine over the past 26 years, but British style around the world. May’s three Kate Moss covers mark the 40th month that the model, cultural icon and shimmering national treasure has fronted British Vogue. I almost can’t believe I’m writing that number down. Forty. When you think about it, the sums are really something. In total, Kate has spent more than three years of her life on the cover of this magazine. In 2000 alone, she fronted February, May, September and December. She’s been captured in all guises, starting with her first appearance in March 1993, photographed by the late Corinne Day, heralding the arrival of the new waif –…

1 min
net assets

HAPPY TRENDINGS The standout shade of the season, the prevalence of print and all the 1980s inspiration… Discover how to wear spring/summer 2019’s definitive trends at WELL MET BY MOONLIGHT Lady Gaga, Alessandro Michele, Harry Styles and Serena Williams are co-hosting the Met Gala 2019, where the theme will be Camp: Notes On Fashion. Decode everything you need to know about the industry’s biggest night at MOSS’S STITCHES Chart cover star Kate Moss’s greatest fashion moments, from her memorable catwalk looks and red-carpet appearances to her off-duty style. JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; GETTY IMAGES; INDIGITAL; REX/SHUTTERSTOCK; SHUTTERSTOCK…

4 min
second to none

The first time I met Karl was in 1998, at a dinner in Milan hosted by my boss Franca Sozzani, then editor-in-chief of Italian Vogue. I arrived with the model Alek Wek, who Karl loved, and she walked me over to him and introduced us. I was utterly in awe, completely star-struck. Some years later, I started working at W magazine. The editor, Stefano Tonchi, was very close to Karl, and together Stefano and I would go to the Chanel studio, where Karl would talk us through his collections before he presented them on the runway at the Grand Palais. It was during these previews that you really witnessed the magic; where you saw him at his best. Usually at appointments such as this the models aren’t made up, but at…

1 min
party lines

SUMMER PRINTS An unashamedly poppy print will set you up for a calendar full of invitations Style note: “Ankle-skimming lengths signal the new romantic mood”Donna Wallace, fashion & accessories editor RED ALERTS The classic LRD gets a revamp with everything from ruffles to box pleats TRUE ROMANCE Sheer pastel tones and embroidery will be the romantic’s go-to HAIR: DAVID HARBOROW. MAKE-UP: LAURA DOMINIQUE. NAILS: ROBBIE TOMKINS. SET DESIGN: SOPHIE DURHAM. MODELS: VANESSA AXENTE, ANNIBELIS BAEZ, ELINE LYKKE, SHUJING ZHOU. JASON LLOYD-EVANS; MITCHELL SAMS; PIXELATE.BIZ…

2 min
who’s that girl?

1. Does your dress look vintage? It’s time to raise the bar on spring florals. Pick retro pop-prints and vintage-style brocade to set yourself apart in a field of traditional blooms. Forget being a wallflower and reveal your designer source to be 1960s- and 1970s-inspired newcomer Kwaidan Editions. 2. The brand to name-drop Upstage alert! The woman in the power puff-sleeve dress in duchesse satin and corseted black velvet turning everyone’s heads? She’s dressed in Rasario. This cocktail-wear brand from Russia – loved by Yara Shahidi and Janelle Monáe – is so good it will have you escorted off the premises for stealing your host’s thunder. (It’s stocked at Net-a-Porter and Moda Operandi, by the way.) 3. Fashion for hire Too many invitations, not enough eveningwear? Head to online designer-hire company Armarium, which…

1 min
a new dynasty

This spring, everyone from Balenciaga to Saint Laurent is championing an after-dark policy of excess. Ritzy sparkles, overblown sleeves and daringly short hemlines meet in the irresistible spirit of unabashed glamour. While the look might nod to nostalgia, don’t take a wholeheartedly throwback approach: switch out big hair for a slicked-back style, add an unexpected choker to your statement-earring scenario, and keep make-up to a minimum. Sometimes, that “more is more” maxim can feel a tad… de trop. OS…