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mai252014

Vogue Paris June/July 2014: Natasha Poly

From the Vogue Paris web site...

Adresses, attitude, silhouette... Un condensé des incontournables à maîtriser avant de plonger dans le grand bleu de l'été. En kiosque le 4 juin.

"La mer est calme, limpide, les corps allongés sur le sable sont constellés de gouttelettes brillantes. Un fantasme? Non. C'est l'été. Ce numéro propose un mode d'emploi tout neuf pour savourer cette parenthèse dont on a rêvé toute l'année", écrit Emmanuelle Alt, rédactrice en chef de Vogue Paris, dans l'édito de ce numéro de juin/juillet 2014. Silhouette de rêve glissée dans un maillot au rouge vibrant, Natasha Poly fait grimper la fièvre du désir en couverture de cette édition, photographiée par le tandem Inez & Vinoodh. Une naïade immergée, rappelant la vision de Romy Schneider dans La Piscine, qui s'affiche avec audace grâce au programme de remise en forme formulé par Vogue. Gadgets high-tech, conseils de tops, méditation, sports... Retour aux fondamentaux pour se forger un mental d'acier et une allure assurée, habillée de rouge ou de blanc pour briller sous le soleil de l'été. Besoin de se rafraîchir? Cap sur des trésors haute joaillerie gorgés de couleurs cocktail ou sur les tendances de la pré-collection automne-hiver 2014-2015. Avant de peut-être flâner à l'ombre de l'exposition Jeff Koons ou de découvrir les bonnes adresses voyages des célébrités en vogue (Lou Doillon, Milla Jovovich, Karlie Kloss, Mario Testino...) pour s'évader à tout instant.

Vogue Paris n°948, en kiosque le 4 juin

The address book, the attitude, the look: we've got Summer covered, with everything you need before you take off for the sun, on sale June 4.

"The water is calm and clear, the bodies laid out on the sand sparkle with seaspray. Sun-drenched fantasy? No, it's the summertime. Our special issue brings a completely new approach to savoring the sunny coda that we long for all year," writes Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris editor-in-chief, in her June/July 2014 editorial. With her enviable figure poured into a red bikini, cover girl Natasha Poly raises the temperature for Inez & Vinoodh, as a water babe to rival Romy Schneider in La Piscine. Get your own body beach-ready with the Vogue Paris approach to toning up for summer, as with a little help from technology, model advice, meditation and sport we go back to basics to keep body and mind in top form. Reach for the red and white looks that are set to turn heads poolside under the summer sun and when you’re ready for a little light refreshment, turn to the cocktail colors of our fine jewelry treasures and pre-Fall/Winter 2014-2015 round-up. Shade-seekers head to the upcoming Jeff Koons exhibition, or one of many insider addresses from fashion stars including Lou Doillon, Milla Jovovich, Karlie Kloss, and Mario Testino. Vacation time is just around the corner.
 
Vogue Paris
n°948, out June 4.

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jeudi
mai222014

Review: Vogue Paris May 2014 Issue

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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lundi
mai192014

Happy 47th Birthday Emmanuelle Alt!

I am embarrassed to admit that yesterday the birthday of Emmanuelle Alt slipped my mind and I am a day late in sending her birthday greetings. Despite my tardiness, I hope you will enjoy this video in which Emmanuelle Alt and a few of the members of her Vogue Paris team celebrate her birthday by dancing to Pharrell's "Happy." Je suis désolé, Emmanuelle, joyeux anniversaire !

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mercredi
mai072014

Review: Vogue Paris April 2014 Issue

Review: Vogue Paris April 2014 Issue
By Heather Dunhill

If you’re a product junkie then it’s time to sharpen your pencil or ready your Google search because the Vogue Paris April issue has a few items for your dressing table....

First, you have to check out the limited edition Proenza Schouler collaboration with M.A.C. in News Beauté. The packaging alone is your signal to the luxe colors that abound from oceanic teal to glossed lemon and royal violet — perfect to transition your spring to summer makeup drawer or cupboard, whichever the case may be….

Just a little further into the tome at Beauté you’ll love that Christelle Baillet narrowed the daunting annual bronzer search down to her seven favorites for body and face. And, a must-have this season is a range of the perfect pinks for a healthy summer glow. Why not fall for the luscious Givenchy Prismissime Euphoric palette, which is entirely too hot. To save you a little time, I spied this at Barneys New York.

Then, for beauty from the inside out — there’s Yogi Tea Himalaya Ginger Harmony a sumptuous ancient blend of ginger, fennel, cinnamon, anise, and coriander. Now this I had a more difficult time locating… so, if you see it in the U.S. please let me know!

Okay, one more… just a reminder that a summer scent is in order, always a tall order as they’re never easy to find. Théodora Aspart has culled a few in Beauté  but I feel she left one off — Creed’s Virgin Island Water. If you haven’t heard of it, Virgin Island Water is truly divine, crafted of highly covetable notes that include coconut, lime, white rum, bergamot, mandarin orange, hibiscus, ginger, ylang-ylang, and jasmine. Think hammock in Bali, secluded pink sand beaches of Eleuthera, palms swaying on Bermuda, and a Caipirinha under the Brazilian stars….

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mardi
avr.292014

Vogue Paris Translation: Le Point De Vue De Vogue April 2014

Les beaux jours arrivent. Cet avant-goût de l'été dans l'air colore et dope les pages de Vogue ce mois-ci. La mode a ainsi embarqué pour South Beach, Miami. Hâlées par les U. V., craquantes sous un soleil précoce, les tops photographiées par Mario Testino dans la série ‹‹Miami Heat›› ont la peau couleur caramel et l'allure libérée, conquérante.

Liberté : c'est un peu le mantra de Riccardo Tisci. Directeur artistique de Givenchy depuis neuf ans, il ose tout, ne s'interdit aucun tabou. Folle et portable, sa mode propulse la marque française vers la modernité. Un succès XXL, dont le créateur italien nous parle, série de mode orchestrée par son gang — d'amis — à la clé.

Un rush de forme, avec crèmes dynamos, massages à impulsion, training haute fréquence : c'est le programme que nous suggèrent les pages beauté afin de débloquer et décupler l'énergie qui est en nous.

Ça donne envie et c'est pile le moment. La covergirl Cameron Russell va-t-elle faire de la politique ? Une chose est sûre, Cameron a les diplômes (à l'université de Columbia) pour ça. Mannequin vedette pour Victoria's Secret et militante, son punch électrise.

Vitale, et même solaire, Emmanuelle Seigner nous inspire. 2014 est son moment : nominée aux Césars pour La Vénus à fourrure, l'actrice chanteuse sort un 3e album, ‹‹Distant Lover››, encore plus rock et personnel.

Ginevra Elkann est l'aînée des petites-filles de Gianni Agnelli. Sans faire de bruit, cette héritière a tout bon. L'élégance, le talent, le charme. Productrice de cinéma, Ginevra Elkann dirige également la pinacothèque de Turin. Avec un mélange de flair et de sophistication qu'elle tient d'une famille à part et de ses qualités à elle, tout aussi rares.

The warm weather arrives. The taste of summer in the air colors and boosts the pages of Vogue this month. Fashion has embarked on South Beach, Miami. Tanned by the UV, crackling under the early sun, the tops photographed by Mario Testino in the series "Miami Heat" have skin the color of caramel and the liberated look, triumphant.

Freedom: this is a little mantra of Riccardo Tisci. The artistic director of Givenchy for nine years, he dares all, he does not forbid any taboo. Mad and portable, his fashion propels the French brand to modernity. An XXL success, which the Italian designer tells us about, a fashion series orchestrated by his gang — his friends — the key.

A rush of form, with cream dynamos, massages on impulse, high frequency training: this is the program we suggest in the beauty pages to unlock and multiply the energy that is in us.

It makes you want it and it's right now. The cover girl Cameron Russell, will she do politics? One thing is certain, Cameron has her degrees (at Columbia University) for that. Star model for Victoria's Secret and activist, her punch is electrifying.

Vital, and even solar, Emmanuelle Seigner inspires us. 2014 is her time: nominated for a César for Venus in Fur, the actress singer released a third album, Distant Lover, more rock and staff.

Ginevra Elkann is the eldest granddaughter of Gianni Agnelli. Quietly, the heiress has everything right. The elegance, the talent, the charm. Film producer, Ginevra Elkann also runs the gallery in Turin. With a mixture of flair and sophistication that she holds of a family apart and of her own qualities, just as rare.

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