The spring campaign collaborations just get better and better. The 71-year-old singer Joni Mitchell has partnered with Saint Laurent’s Music Project. Hedi Slimane photographed the folk singer in folk-inspired pieces from his SS15 collection for Saint Laurent. Brilliant.
Vokayo high-rise straight-leg jeans
Belted leather biker jacket
Triple Francois 18kt gold vermeil earrings
Jimmy Leather Puffer Jacket
Le 57 quilted leather shoulder bag
Julia Roberts stars in Givenchy’s SS15 campaign. Although I miss her winning smile, I think she’s a great choice and love the classic boxy jacket and minimal hair and makeup—at 47 Roberts is more beautiful than ever.
Photography by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
On Tory Daily
Tory Burch’s blog, Tory Daily, is one of my favorite sites, so I was thrilled when they asked to do a post on me. If you want to know my favorite winter holiday activities, they’re in the Q&A.
Suzanne Koller is the editor in chief of Self Service and the fashion director at Vogue Paris, two of my very favorite magazines. I’m inspired by the Austrian stylist’s personal style—denim, capes, platforms, and oversized sunglasses are all right up my alley.
This pic of Natalie Massenet arriving at the British Fashion Awards makes me smile. Happiness + a stunning dress = true beauty.
How stunning is this picture of Jennifer Lawrence from the new Dior campaign? With so much oversized everything these days, it’s refreshing to see a waist. The lace at the neck and button detail make this classic shift modern.
I’m not a fan of most American magazine covers, they are often too commercial for my liking. But the December issue of Vogue is an exception, the colors are stunning.
Last week I met a member of this Brooklyn-based indie-pop band in my office of all places. So, when I saw Haerts profiled on T magazine with a picture by Albert Watson below, I had to put up a post. Their new single “Lights Out” is really good and I’m sure they will be playing all the festivals next summer.
Vogue.com has an exclusive preview of a new documentary in the works on writer Joan Didion. We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live is being made by her nephew Griffin Dunne and there is a Kickstarter campaign to help complete the project. I’m in.
Paris-Based British Writer
Natasha photographed by Laura Frieser
British journalist Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni is in NYC promoting her two new books: Monsieur Dior: Once Upon A Time, and Lou Lou de la Falaise, which she co-authored with Ariel de Ravenel. We were colleagues at Harper’s Bazaar ages ago, so it was nice to catch up with the uber busy writer. Thanks Natasha for answering a few questions!