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British Vogue

British Vogue September 2017

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

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United Kingdom
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English
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Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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6 minutos
wonder years

the first issue of Vogue with my name on the masthead as editor was April 1992, left. The cover I had chosen was a fulllength picture of an American model, Donna Bunte, wearing neon-blue Liza Bruce leggings, a Bella Freud shirt and turquoise suede Manolo Blahnik mules. The photographer was Eric Boman, and I had pulled it out of a fashion shoot for that issue. I didn’t know that most fashion covers were shot specifically for that purpose. Everyone around me at Vogue hated the picture and thought it looked too mass-market, but I liked the fact that you could see clothes rather than a stylised head shot. In the end, it sold very well. That issue of Vogue also included a fashion shoot by Terence Donovan; a tribute to Tina…

2 minutos
vogue editorial staff, 2017

INSIDE THIS MONTH’S ISSUE WHO’S WHOÉ 1 Ellie Pithers, fashion features editor. 2 Anna Blomefield, sub-editor. 3 Victoria Willan, senior sub-editor. 4 Clare Murray, chief sub-editor. 5 Helen Bain, acting chief sub-editor. 6 Emma Hughes, sub-editor. 7 Hayley Maitland, features assistant. 8 Camilla Fitz-Patrick, editorial business manager. 9 Naomi Pike, Miss Vogue editor and social media manager. 10 Michael Trow, picture editor. 11 Jane Hassanali, art editor. 12 Helen Hibbird, merchandise editor. 13 Scarlett Conlon, Vogue Daily editor. 14 Rachel Edwards, engagement manager. 15 Carol Woolton, jewellery editor. 16 Philip Jackson, junior designer. 17 Katie Dufort, fashion assistant. 18 Parveen Narowalia, digital content producer. 19 Eilidh Williamson, designer. 20 Nicole Mowbray, features editor. 21 Susie Rushton, features editor. 22 Olivia Marks, commissioning editor. 23 Elizabeth White, editorial coordinator. 24 Florence Arnold, senior…

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follow @britishvogue’s instagram stories

Like EXCLUSIVE INSTAGRAM STORY TAKEOVERS: DURING THE GLOBAL FASHION WEEKS, STYLISTS, DESIGNERS AND MODELS TAKE YOU BEHIND THE SCENES FOR ALL THE GLAMOUR AND DRAMA OF THE CATWALK SEASON See SEPTEMBER’S STORIES COME ALIVE. WATCH THE COVER SHOOT UNFOLD, WITH MARIO TESTINO AND MODELS JEAN, EDIE, NORA, KATE AND STELLA; AND JOIN NICK KNIGHT ON SET WITH KATE MOSS AND RAQUEL ZIMMERMANN Follow THE VOGUE EDITORS AS THEY TRAVEL TO THE INTERNATIONAL SHOWS, FROM THEIR EARLY WAKE-UP CALL IN SUNNY NEW YORK TO SEE VICTORIA BECKHAM TO BACKSTAGE WITH THE DESIGNERS IN LONDON, FRONT-ROW AT GUCCI IN MILAN AND HANGING WITH THE CELEBRITIES AT THE PARIS AFTER-PARTIES Join US IN THE VOGUE BEAUTY CUPBOARD AS WE ROAD-TEST THE LATEST MUSTHAVE PRODUCTS AND GADGETS Whatever your preferred social-media channel, be sure to get the latest news from Vogue first…

5 minutos
what’s new

The MESSAGE more than 30 years since it emerged, hip-hop’s New School uniform of Kangol bucket hat and chubby shearling coat has returned, in part thanks to rising model and muse Slick Woods. The Minneapolis-born catwalk star – who caused a sensation when she opened the Marc Jacobs autumn/winter ’17 show, inspired by documentary Hip-Hop Evolution – embodies the modern-day revival, charisma included. (A native New Yorker, Jacobs is himself no stranger to the scene – rapper Riff Raff dedicated the track “Marc Jacobs” to his swag-worthy designs.) Meanwhile, at Gucci, Alessandro Michele paid homage to Eighties Harlem tailor Dapper Dan’s idiosyncratic designer remixes. It’s not just the get-up that’s undergoing a rebirth. This month, the ultimate guide to achieving hip-hop stardom comes from Gucci Mane, whose long-awaited memoir arrives on shelves…

5 minutos
quill power

Whether or not you would ever entertain feathers probably depends on your allergies, your proximity to Las Vegas, and the number of hen parties you’ve been forced to attend. For some, they’re the frivolous birthright of the boudoir babe, a knowing wink to Marilyn Monroe’s marabou mules and Mae West’s feather-trimmed negligée. For others, they’re Dame Edna. At what point did plumage make the leap from flirty to downright thirsty? The shedding has always been a bore, as Fred Astaire would attest – Ginger Rogers nearly quit Top Hat when he told her she couldn’t wear her dress (she described it as “like the blue you find in the paintings of Monet… with myriads of ostrich feathers”) because tiny barbs ended up all over his white tie and tails. When Ginger…

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what to buy now

Learn your LINES TAILORING RETURNS TRIUMPHANT FOR AUTUMN. KICK-START THE NEW-SEASON LOOK WITH EVERYDAYLUXE SUITING Pink needn’t be overly pretty: smarten up Topshop’s blush silk blouse with no-nonsense tailored slacksCos’s three-step masterclass in how to wear suiting now: sharp lines, a chunky wool fabric – and the perfect shade of sky blueRetro pumps and a pussybow blouse put a feminine Seventies spin on the corporate and covetable beige suitPlush leggings are now a style shortcut to streamlined elegance. Pair with a slick double-breasted jacket and spiky stilettosTake a break from white shirting – the ready-to-wear poloneck and pristine mules are autumn’s ruling pairingThe workaday skirt suit has reclaimed its cool. Tip: pare back the primness with Raey’s washed white teeA school-blue shirt now signals grown-upflair. Ditch the denim in favour of H&M’s…