vogue uk august 2014 is this month’s issue in brief. if last month i was late with my point of view, i hope this time i made it in time. here you have my highlights!
i was disappointed that vogue didn’t mention the untimely passing of louise wilson in its july issue, but i said nothing. they do remember the central saint martins professor properly in a dedicated editor’s letter in the august issue.
for his first campaign for louis vuittton, nicolas ghesquiere is bringing out the big guns. a triple campaign shared by different photographers: annie leibovitz, juergen teller and bruce weber.
he also brought along his muse, charlotte gainsbourg.
she is profiled in this issue. i like her, she seems to be a fascinating person. her career as a singer and actress is quite interesting.
i try not to complain about things in general. especially not on the blog. but this picture of helena christensen for the l’oreal revitalift campaign is so bad! what’s unbelievable is that they photoshopped her to look worse that in real life. fail!
an interesting article about friends who steal your style among others. has that ever happened to you?
i like victoria beckham. i think she managed to surprise us all. from being a seemingly bubble headed spice girl, she went to juggle a wonderful family and an unexpectedly successful career in fashion. she’s now 40 and fabulous.
this haider ackermann jumpsuit caught my eye. although it is only august, it’s pretty obvious that vogue is getting us ready for the autumn.
to read the rest, find this issue at newsstands around the world.
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