As Emmanuelle Alt got us used to, her Vogue Paris issues pages usually belong to the same familiar faces. For August, Daria Werbowy takes the cover but Anja Rubik has the most interesting pictorial in my perspective. Practical and spectacular fashion rolled into the same photo session – what’s not to like?
also: this may very well be considered Vogue Paris’s way of paying a modest tribute to the notable baby event rocking the British Royal House this moment as almost every pictorial (including the cover) alludes to UK’s Royal Baby joy (don’t stop here, hit the jump to see the outfits!)
As you know by now from the fashion week’s shows, this fall is highly grunge. And if Hedi Slimane simplified it to a street-fashion level in his collection for Saint Laurent, there’s no reason for us to do the same. Sophisticated but accessible, this fall’s fashion choices can be more versatile than you initially thought they would.
Keep a pair of stilettos in your purse and rock those grungy booties all day long or viceversa. Going from glam to grunge and back is just a matter of imagination and, believe it or not, comfort! Oh, and whatever you wear, whatever you do, just have fun with it, don’t take it all that seriously!