If it’s so glossy you want to lick it and so rain-proof it would survive the rainiest of music festivals, than you can bet it’s on the radar in 2014. Those clear plastic macs, PVC skirts and transparent jelly shoes are just so eye-catching – and all the more so in bold primary colours. Anna Ewers in the latest issue of Vogue Paris is the…
There’s the larger-than-life upwards angle, the sheer panelled bodycon black mini dress, the oversized chunky gold chains… and there’s Candice Swanepoel herself, looking steely-eyed into the great beyond. Everything about Vogue Brasil’s MIAMI supplement cover screams supermodel.
Weightless or even sheer, unpredictable or classy, super-feminine or rather sporty, layering for summer 2014 continues to encourage you in building upon lightness for looks that are meant to be equal parts effortless, and unique. Pulling it off means keeping a perfect balance in everything that involves the styling: choice of fabric, colour palette, use of accessories. From delicate camisole dresses, to transparent tops, and…
Kati Nescher is the living incarnation of a midsummer night’s dream in a flower garland and billow of floral fabric for the cover of Vogue China’s July 2014 issue.
Decades cycle round and round, and the amount of earth-toned suedes and retro burnt orange hues we’ve been seeing can only point to (yet) another revival of the 1970s. It’s polished bohemian goodness that begs for a perfect blow-dry and sunkissed summer skin – a la Cara Delevingne in this month’s issue of Vogue US.
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For those who said that the whole Miley Cyrus twerking saga was not ‘good girl gone bad’ but rather a case of an entertainer attempting to distance herself from her Disney moulded image, now is probably your time to gloat. Right now, the fashion industry loves Miley Cyrus. That should come as no surprise – the fashion industry loves stories of reinventions. And reinventing herself,…
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Subscribers get the better deal for the January 2014 issue of Vogue Brazil. Not only do they get the shoot of Candice Swanepoel wearing nothing but a turban and some exotic jewels (that body – we collectively cry envious tears), they also get the better of the issue’s two covers. See both covers after the break.