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W Magazine

W Magazine

Volume 1, 2020

W means the World of Style. Fashion--and everything fashionable--through the lens of contemporary culture. W's combination of photography and journalism artfully answer the questions Who, What, When, Where, and Why for the people who lead the global conversation in fashion, art, beauty, design, cinema, music, politics and travel.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast US
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8 Issues

In this issue

1 min.
best performances

Brad Pitt wears a Celine by Hedi Slimane tank top, pants, and sunglasses; Tom Ford boots; his own jewelry and watch. Scarlett Johansson wears a Burberry dress; De Beers Jewellers drop earrings; all other jewelry her own. Laura Dern wears a Prada jacket, skirt, bag, and sandals. Joaquin Phoenix wears his own clothing and sneakers. Eddie Murphy wears a Giorgio Armani suit, vest, and shirt; his own jewelry and shoes. Chris Evans wears a Prada shirt and pants; Bulgari watch. Jennifer Lopez wears an Alberta Ferretti dress; Gucci High Jewelry earrings, necklace, and bracelet. Adam Sandler wears a Gucci shirt; Brunello Cucinelli pants; Tiffany & Co. necklace; John Hardy bracelet; Van Cleef & Arpels watch; Happy Socks socks; Church’s shoes. Adam Driver wears a Louis Vuitton Men’s suit and shirt; his own shoes. To view the full portfolio, turn…

3 min.
contributors

Juergen Teller and Dovile Drizyte Photographer and creative partner, “Best Performances” (page 90) Who is your favorite film character ever? J.T.: The ones Laura Dern plays. I love her. D.D.: Holly Golightly. She is funny and elegant. Charming beyond limits. Careless and caring at the same time. What film has the most beautiful fashion or costumes? J.T.: The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant or any other Fassbinder movie. What movie do you watch over and over? J.T.: The Graduate. What is your favorite film quote? D.D.: “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse.” —Don Vito Corleone in The Godfather. Best Oscars red carpet outfit of all time? J.T.: I really couldn’t care less. Jamie Hawkesworth Photographer, “Walk This Way” (page 170) What would you consider the most memorable film scene of all time? In Predator, when Arnold Schwarzenegger has an arm wrestle with…

2 min.
w magazine

SARA MOONVES Editor in Chief ARMAND LIMNANDER Executive Editor NORA MILCH Fashion Director ALEXANDRA BEN-GURION Visuals and Content Director LYNN HIRSCHBERG Editor at Large CIAN BROWNE Design Director ROSEANN MARULLI Managing Editor FEATURES ANDREA WHITTLE Features Editor ALEX HAWGOOD, KARIN NELSON Contributing Features Editors GILLIAN SAGANSKY Contributing Writer/Editor FASHION & BEAUTY ALLIA ALLIATA DI MONTEREALE Special Projects Editor JENNA WOJCIECHOWSKI Fashion Market Editor LIZZY WHOLLEY Accessories Editor MEREDITH JAYME Associate Accessories Editor LAURA JACKSON Associate Market Editor SOPHIA MARTIN, ELAINE UZOR Fashion Assistants JULIA McCLATCHY Assistant to the Editor in Chief ART & VISUALS SHAYAN ASADI Content Production Director MICHAEL BECKERT, EMILY LIPSON Visuals Editors MARIDELIS MORALES, HANNAH WESTBROOK Assistant Visuals Editors OONA WALLY Senior Visuals Editor ERIN MEAGHER Senior Designer TILDEN BISSELL Digital Designer DIGITAL NICK REMSEN Digital Editor at Large MAXINE WALLY Senior Digital Editor STEPHANIE ECKARDT Staff Writer JENNY OLIVER Social Media Manager KYLE MUNZENRIEDER Senior News Editor BROOKE MARINE Associate Digital Editor OPERATIONS DIEGO HADIS Copy Director ELIZABETH GALL…

3 min.
simply the best

Before I started working at W, I always looked forward to its annual Best Performances portfolio, and wondered what it took to make it happen from beginning to end. I got the answer working on this issue, when Editor at Large Lynn Hirschberg called me screaming from the Cannes Film Festival to tell me about Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood. And so it all began. Best Performances (page 90) is now in its 10th year, and to be on Hirschberg’s list has become somewhat of an award in itself, as you can tell from our nine incredible covers. But Hirschberg always makes the point that it’s not just about featuring the most famous movie stars in the world—it’s literally about the year’s best performances across the spectrum,…

2 min.
connecting the dots

1 The Salvatore Ferragamo Viva shoe, with its chicly distinctive bow, has been turning the heads of ladies who lunch since its debut, in 1979, when it was called the Vara. Recently updated by the creative director Paul Andrew, this new version retains the pump’s original sculptural silhouette but feels cool enough for a whole new generation of women whose lunches happen at their desks more often than not. 2 Perhaps because the brand’s founder, Salvatore Ferragamo, first made his name designing for Hollywood stars in the 1920s, the Viva reminds us of Andy Warhol’s fantasy footwear sketches, which depicted shoes inspired by famous figures from Old Hollywood and popular culture. Our favorite is Warhol’s 1956 ode to Christine Jorgensen, one of the first widely known individuals to have gender reassignment…

10 min.
from los angeles to the world

It’s a measure of how prominent an art center Los Angeles has become that Serpentine Galleries, the popular contemporary art venue in London, recently appointed Bettina Korek to be its new chief executive. Korek is a native Angeleno and a pillar of the L.A. art scene who currently oversees Frieze Los Angeles, the city’s first major international art fair. But in March, after its second edition wraps, she will be decamping for a drizzlier climate—and one of the most powerful posts in the art world. “It’s the only opportunity for which I would have left L.A.,” she told me. Korek will not be selling her 1920s Spanish-style house in Los Feliz, however, which is where I met her on a disconcertingly hot winter morning. The first thing she wanted me to…