July 24th, 2013

The Fab 4 in Vogue Paris

Fab 4 jackets that is. I’m still on the hunt for a good looking jacket for fall and would take any one of these.

1.Ralph Lauren Collection, 2. Alberta Ferretti, 3. Chanel, 4. Ann Demeulemeester.

Daria photographed by David Sims for the August issue of Vogue Paris.



What's New


Belted leather biker jacket

Jil Sander

Gathered Knit Midi Dress


Cropped leather jacket


Triple Francois 18kt gold vermeil earrings


Jimmy Leather Puffer Jacket


Le 57 quilted leather shoulder bag


Belted wool blazer


Blade velvet slingback pumps


Silvia silk-twill scarf


Logo-embellished leather loafers


Crocheted Cotton-Blend Midi Skirt


Braided leather bangle


Delcie tie-detailed ramie midi dress


Gate knotted leather slippers


Postcard fringed crocheted straw bucket hat


Santos de Cartier metal shield sunglasses

  • I wouldn’t refuse any of them if gifted to me, but the second one is by far my favorite. I love the late summer glimpses of fall jackets and coats.

    AprilJuly 24th, 2013  7:55 AM

  • I LOVE the last one – where is it from? The others seem a bit too fussy by comparison.

    silkpathdiaryJuly 24th, 2013  8:09 AM

  • serious, but silly question- how do you transition these to winter? i love wearing blazers but when it’s gets cold, i feel ridiculous wearing them as my jacket, or layering them under a coat.

    the last one reminds me of an older ralph lauren jacket i have…any more info on the second jacket?

    bllJuly 24th, 2013  9:28 AM

  • I love the second one! But it’s how it hangs on her, I wish I was that skinny 🙁

    ameeJuly 24th, 2013  10:41 AM

  • That second jacket is absolutely identical to the one I bought a few weeks ago on sale at the Greenwich (CT) Zara a few weeks ago. Thanks to your inspiring Charlotte equestrian post. Now I’m doubly thankful I bought it, and can’t wait for some cooler temps to pull it out! Cheers- Laura from www.cocktailsandgelato.com

    LauraJuly 24th, 2013  11:30 AM

  • LOVE each choice! To BLL, I wear jackets layered under coats when it cools down. The trick is to find a coat with enough arm space to accommodate a jacket. I have an older (double faced wool, reversible) Narciso that does the job well. Yay for Fall!

    RobbiJuly 24th, 2013  1:14 PM

  • I’m seriously coveting 2 and 4. Any details would be greatly appreciated.

    LilahJuly 24th, 2013  1:24 PM

  • I can’t believe how much these remind me of the early 90’s. All of them have a slight or overt military feel. The first and the last fall higher on the waist, I think, than the jackets we have been wearing (at 5’2 I find them hard to wear now but they are great on tall women). I remember distinctly wearing these shorter jackets with either high waisted pants or slouchy ones like Daria’s but nothing in between. It’s also interesting that 2 and 3 are nipped in at the waist- a departure from the slim, straight, boyish blazers of the last few years. I love that Paris Vogue is always showing us something new and fresh but also wearable and beautiful. I agree with the others- my favorite is 2.

    Sara G.July 24th, 2013  1:27 PM

  • First of all, Daria Werbowy can do no wrong in my book. Second of all, I pretty much died and went to heaven over that third jacket!



    AnneJuly 24th, 2013  1:32 PM

  • I can fit a trim jacket under my duffle coats because of the generous arm holes. Am thinking a cape may be the way to go, especially since i’ve gone on and on about wanting one…

    PrestonJuly 24th, 2013  1:42 PM

  • The 2nd is very similar to a Calvin Klein one that I had years ago, and totally wore out (I loved it so!)
    And a cape (or great winter wrap) is the ONLY way I will wear something over my jackets! Why not have both a great look and function when you can!!

    SheriJuly 24th, 2013  2:00 PM

  • Great post and fabulous jackets. To echo an earlier poster, 2 and 4 are wonderful! I think there is room in my wardrobe for at least one 🙂 Thanks for the post!

    LisaJuly 24th, 2013  3:14 PM

  • thank you robbi and preston for the input! definitely looking into a cape and i’ll have to try this with my wool coat once dc temps dip below 90 degrees.

    bllJuly 24th, 2013  4:24 PM


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