Review: Vogue Paris May 2014 Issue
By Heather Dunhill
If you’re in it to pin it, then the May Vogue Paris is your month to make a significant contribution to the Pinterest community. From the heartthrob rouge Valentino pumps with embellished ankle strap in "News Mode" to the retro sunnies in "Lunettes" by Manon Latil. My particular faves are the impossibly sexy, limited edition white-hot Fendi aviators. I may soon be 500 € (or $693.60) poorer….
This month’s tome qualifies as what a perfect issue should be. There is the new and never seen, styling inspiration, beauty for the healthy summer glow, and divine couture like Anja Rubik in a shocking pink organza by the ever-chic Gaultier Paris. But then again, all the photos with Anja from the shoot for "Backstage" by Mario Sorrenti as styled by Emmanuelle Alt are beyond. To tell you I love this feature is a major understatement so set your expectations higher. And, people get ready — this is a decidedly different EA that we are seeing. She has raised her game so watch your back Anna Wintour.
You will find that Vogue Paris has highlighted some of the most famous femmes in films like Greta Garbo and Liz Taylor in "Rendez-Vous," Catherine Deneuve in "Le Cinéma De Vogue," and our entrancing style icon Jackie Kennedy; "Jackie Forever" is a seven-page must-see. All of these fashion debutantes are proof that style is eternal and we can always mine the past for inspiration. And, just to touch on some glacially extraordinary jewels, "Bijoux" delights with diamonds and pages of arm party after arm party — so true that a girl can never have too many.
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