Princess Ira von Fürstenberg—A Common Sight in 1960s- and ’70s-Era Vogue—Is the Subject of a New Biography
Were Princess Ira von Fürstenberg a feline, she would have run through all of her lives a while back. This year she’s put them all between covers—her life, loves, lavish pictures of what she wore—in a
South African–born, Los Angeles–based Henrik Purienne, better known on Instagram and by the host of brands who commission work from him simply as Purienne, is less a mere photographer than a conjurer worlds.
“I opened my mail one day and there was a check for $35,000 from New York state,” divulges illustrious hairdresser and owner of the eponymous salon John Barrett. “Instead of calling my accountant, I phoned
Susie Cave can do no wrong with her ultra romantic label, The Vampire’s Wife. Now, in partnership with film and theatre costume designer Alice Babidge, Cave has created an otherworldly new collection,
Andie MacDowell’s presence at Saint Laurent Spring 2020 was a full-circle moment. The actress, who is currently garnering rave reviews for her performance in horror comedy, Ready or Not, was one of the
Baby boomers who went with the flow of sexual liberation in the Sixties – and even those who didn’t – will remember Sam Haskins as a photographer who embodied the zeitgeist of that age. One of his series
Just past the metal detector–laden security checks in Manhattan’s Surrogate Courthouse, a troupe of models was practicing their turns before the guests arrived for Sies Marjan’s Spring show. As the models