British Vogue August 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

Outside, summer may be peaking… but here at Vogue the month of August always means a look ahead to the autumn collections and the new ideas set to shape the coming season. These pages provide you with our first, lavishly detailed exploration of the autumn/winter runways and beyond, from our editors’ trips to New York, London, Milan and Paris, where the style temperature was taken, the mood defined, and the indispensable guide to how to wear and shop it was assembled. Naturally, a true fashion force was required to front it. Karlie Kloss, who I’ve known since the very beginning of her career, makes a welcome return to Vogue’s cover, in an image of ease and elegance. With her perfect professionalism and her Midwestern charm, Karlie has always been a joy…

2 min
meet & greet


4 min
trends autumn/winter 2019

THE SUIT A serious business In no-nonsense shades and beautifully exacting cuts, the new sober suit is made for big strides “Designs turn seductive via a flash of skin”Donna Wallace, fashion & accessories editor THE PALETTE Colour coded Autumn’s fresh layering trick dictates energetic hits of top-to-toe colour THE TEXTURE Well leathered Tissue-thin and cashmere-soft, this autumn classic has had a ladylike reworking THE MINDSET Manhattan minimalist Pared-down shapes meet cup-of-joe palette–this is considered clothing at its Upper East Side best SPOTLIGHT ON: CAPES THE MOOD Class act Our new favourite compliment? “That is so bourgeois.” Don’t take it badly, this isn’t Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto. In the fashion lexicon, it refers to the new mood of glossy, up-town refinement shot through with 1970s sophistication, as outlined by Hedi Slimane at Celine, Riccardo Tisci at Burberry, and Demna Gvasalia at Balenciaga. Now, bourgeois denotes pussy-bow blouses,…

2 min
talita von fürstenberg

Very few people can claim the title “fashion royalty”, but 20-year-old Princess Talita von Fürstenberg, granddaughter to Prince Egon and Diane von Fürstenberg and potential heir to the latter’s sartorial empire, is one of them–although she’d rather you didn’t refer to her that way. “I definitely would not consider myself a royal. It’s by blood, but it’s so far off, I don’t like to use my title.” We speak on the eve of the launch of her first collection for the Diane von Furstenberg label, TVF for DVF, a beachy capsule inspired by early memories of seashells and flowers. She’s about to fly to LA for the party and pop-up, but has five papers due for her sophomore finals at Georgetown University in DC, where she is majoring in justice…

2 min
lights, camera, cinemania

SELFRIDGES’ CORNER SHOP invites the world’s biggest brands to stage creative installations that push retail concepts to new levels. The latest luxury label to fill the prestigious store space is Bulgari, which is giving immersive shopping a decidedly Old Hollywood flourish. To celebrate the global launch of its Cinemagia jewellery collection, the Italian maison is building a Cinemania pop-up boutique–and it’s as fabulous as it sounds. Housed in the shop-within-a-shop is a jewellery bar showcasing the Bulgari trinkets that are exclusive to Selfridges, such as the special-edition Serpenti Tubogas watch–there are only 20 available–which has been reinvented with a guilloché green dial. There’s also a world preview of the Divas’ Dream necklace. Each of the unprecedented colour combinations and gemstone cuts has been created in homage to the magical quality of…

2 min
sunny side up