August 19th, 2015
In September Vogue

‘Hustle & Bustle’

I picked up the September issue of Vogue in Edgartown yesterday; it’s massive and full of beautiful stories. Not sure Victoriana is my thing, but I love these pictures of my old friend Liya Kebede.

Photography by David Sims     Styling by Grace Coddington

SHOP

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CHLOÉ

Silk scarf black

CHLOÉ

Leather jacket

CHLOÉ

Ankle boots

ACNE STUDIOS

Shearling-lined jacket

VINCE

Washed-satin skirt

VALENTINO

Embellished pumps

CHLOÉ

Silk scarf

MISSONI

Wrap

VALENTINO

Velvet sandals

SACAI

Wool skirt

VALENTINO

Denim ankle boots

J.W.ANDERSON

Leather shoulder bag

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  • Beautiful! The genius of Grace Coddington is always so inspiring, especially her feel for showing off the romantic side of fashion. Thanks so much for this great preview (for Europeans at least) of joys yet to come in US September Vogue.

    http://nellvoyager.wordpress.com

    NellvoyagerAugust 19th, 2015  6:36 AM

     
  • I completely agree with Nellvoyager, it takes the genius of Grace Coddington to show Victoriana, as a modern trend, to its fullest. That Celine coat, impractical as it may be, is my favorite.
    Sophia
    http://plaidismyfavouritecolour.blogspot.com

    SophiaAugust 19th, 2015  8:07 AM

     
  • Although I can’t see myself embracing Victoriana either, I love it on others and particularly in this gorgeous editorial. What a visual treat!

    A Note on StyleAugust 19th, 2015  10:03 AM

     
  • As others have said, I can’t embrace it for myself, but it’s a beautiful editorial as well.

    KathyAugust 19th, 2015  10:33 AM

     
  • In my heart, I totally identify with Victoriana!. The very top picture is my favorite, the coat following close second. I’d love to integrate the feel with a few romantic pieces. Can’t help it, I love it!

    AprilAugust 19th, 2015  11:17 AM

     
  • What beautiful images! Victorian styling feels fresh!

    KellyAugust 19th, 2015  3:38 PM

     
  • It’s kind of interesting how a hiking boot or a sneaker can strip “The Fussy” from high collars and ruffles. When you add the energy and grace that Lydia brings to the shoot it does make Victorian modern.

    Not really for me, but it’s a great article.

    SharonAugust 19th, 2015  7:17 PM

     
  • I am a sucker for lace on anything, same with appliqué lace. I once worked in a bridal salon and became hooked on the fabrics, the lace, the veils, all of it. Lace detailed blouses–feminine yet crisp–look polished with a simple pant. I am likely not tall enough for the dresses, but they are stunning!

    PaulaAugust 21st, 2015  12:42 AM

     

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