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Highlights From Marc Jacobs’s Seventies Collection Photographed by Mario Testino for the February 2011 Issue of Vogue
NOIR FAÇADE - The place for fashion editorials. - Gangs of New York | Frida, Nimue, Karlie, Arizona, Mirte by Vogue US February 2011 by Mario Testino♡
Gangs of New York by Mario Testino and styled by Grace Coddington for Vogue US February 2011- rust, mauve, magenta
Vogue February 2011 by Mario Testino and styled by Grace Coddington
Gangs of New York by Mario Testino in American Vogue, February 2011
Marc Jacobs by Mario Testino Vogue US Feb. 2011
Vogue US February 2011 issue brings an editorial featuring Ralph Laurn, Proenza Schouler and Donna Karan spring/Summer 2011 collection. Styled by Grace Coddington, the models smolder in the editorial photographed by Mario Testino.
Vogue US’ February issue profiles some of New York’s top designers in an editorial featuring over thirty girls wearing designs from the likes of Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren and Proenza Schouler. Photographed by Mario Testino and styled by Grace Coddington, Julia Saner, Anna de Rijk, Frida Gustavsson, Jac Jagaciak, Kate Somers, Julia Hafstrom, Julia Johansen, …
Mario Testino shoots the 'Gangs of New York' editorial for the February 2011 issue of US Vogue. Models include Abbey Lee Kershaw, Frida Gustavsson, Hannah
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Dior Haute Couture by John Galliano in "Alighting" – Raquel Zimmermann by David Sims for Vogue US October 2007
#Dior Haute Couture dress by John Galliano, styling - Grace Coddington for Vogue, https://instagram.com/p/6eOCUfJ9B6/
Christian Dior Haute Couture F/W 2007, Raquel Zimmerman by David Sims for Vogue US October 2007
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Isn't it amazing that in a day and age when we are all bombarded with images from Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and countless number of magazines, books, web sites and blogs, some images are just unforgettable?! They are so timeless that they stop you in your tracks again and again even years after they were originally shot. I was googling the other day searching for a Christian Lacroix bracelet I have and which needed some repairs. Browsing through images, I came across the first image below and it stopped me once again in my tracks as I fondly remembered the spread in the September 2007 issue of Vogue produced by Grace Coddington, shot by the uber talented photographer, David Sims and of course of the versatile Brazilian model, Raquel Zimmermann. Like for many, these images rocked my world for a long time and I still have these pages dogeared, tucked in my image screen, saved in my computer and on my phone. Not even all of Vogue's spreads capture one's attention and hold it for years after like this spread did and still does! Everything about it - the rooms' setting, the model, the couture dresses, the hats, the hair, the make-up, the photography - the whole orchestration is magical. Being an interior designer of course, I noted the hand painted and gilded paneling and jib doors, the ormolu-like carved and gilded details of the architraves and it's variations in the blue room, the gorgeous and billowing curtain fabric with it's large floral medallions, a perfect complement to the walls and the Louis XIV & XV furnishings that are to die for! So much so that these images influenced my design for a project I had loads of fun with! Particularly the first image where Raquel is wearing one of the most beautiful dresses by Christian Lacroix. The mulberry, plum and blueberry hues are shot through with the sharp velvet black hat, the fox sleeves and lacy chartreuse chiffon neck line all together poised in front of the complex creamy background. I loved it so much that I had to redraw the dress in the background of the room I created! The second image with John Galliano's champagne silk-taffeta embroidered with pearls jacket over a white tulle skirt for Christian Dior inspired another room I designed. Obviously they are not literal translations and aren't quite comparable. But, they are nevertheless inspired (and much more simplified) modern color stories I was happy to work with. And, I'm sure it's not the last time they will move me. As I say, il est tout ma tasse de thé! Check back soon for Part 2 of this post - a step-by-step on how to design a room like a couture dress! Interior Design by Raji RM & Associates Image on left from Vogue and the Raji RM interior photo at right by Rikki Snyder Interior Design by Raji RM & Associates Raji RM & Associates | Interior Designer & Decorator Washington DC | New York Contact us to learn more about our work
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Pre-Raphaelite Portrait. Grace Coddington by David Bailey, 1970s….Fashions from the time of my memoir, Corpses Rarely Wander: How I Became a Loveless, Trailer Park Nomad http://amzn.to/M2eix0
Grace Coddington by David Bailey, 1970s Best known for his iconic fashion photography of “Swinging London” in the 60s. Beautiful and eerie.
dailytwosense: Photo of the Day 010212: Grace Coddington by David Bailey, 1970s Best known for his iconic fashion photography of “Swinging London” in the 60s. Beautiful and eerie.
Pre-Raphaelite Portrait. Grace Coddington by David Bailey, 1970s (scanned by Laura McLaws Helms of http://sighswhispers.blogspot.ca/)
Pre-Raphaelite Portrait. Grace Coddington by David Bailey, 1970s…
Photographer / DAVID BAILEY Model: Grace Coddington 1970s
Grace Coddington by UK photographer David Bailey, 1970s.
Grace Coddington by David Bailey, 1970s.
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Grace Coddington as a model, but we may know her better as the Creative Director of Vogue US and as the right hand to Anna Wintour.
Before becoming one of the most powerful fashion editors on planet earth at Vogue she was an original 60's "It Girl" : Grace Coddington
Grace Coddington, rising model in the 1960s who became "the power behind the powerhouse that is Anna Wintour."
Happy 70th Birthday Grace Coddington! | POPSUGAR Fashion Photo 1
Grace Coddington in John Bates for Jean Varon Mini-Dress, 1960s
Grace Coddington in John Bates for Jean Varon
https://flic.kr/p/8SbRnP | Grace Coddington
Grace Coddington wearing John Bates
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Paris Je T'aime, layout, 1920s, flappers, cafe; Steven Meisel photos, Grace Coddington styling, Vogue September 2007
GOOSHNESS: US VOGUE GRACE CODDINGTON'S "The Twenties Story Fashion Shoot" for the September Issue, 2007!
NOIR FAÇADE - The place for fashion editorials. - Paris, je t'aime | Coco, Agyness, Sasha, Caroline by Steven Meisel for Vogue US September 2007
Vogue Daily — Paris, Je T'aime spread in Vogue's September 2007 issue. Styled by Grace Coddington, shot by Steven Meisel.
'Paris, Je T'aime' editorial, styled by Grace Coddington, photographed by Steven Meisel. Vogue US September 2007
Paris je t’aime I US Vogue I September 2007 I Models: Coco Rocha, Agyness Deyn, Sasha Pivovarova, Guinevere van Seenus, Caroline Trentini and Gemma Ward. Editor: Grace Coddington, Photographer: Steven Meisel.
"Paris Je T’aime" Vogue US September 2007. Photographed by Steven Meisel and styled by Grace Coddington. Models: Coco Rocha, Agyness Deyn, Sasha Pivovarova, Guinevere van Seenus, Caroline Trentini and Gemma Ward.
'Paris, je t’aime' American Vogue, September 2007 Models: Coco Rocha, Agyness Deyn, Sasha Pivovarova, Guinevere van Seenus, Caroline Trentini, Gemma Ward Photographer: Steven Meisel Stylist: Grace Coddington
Malaika Firth, Imaan Hammam Pose for Peter Lindbergh in Ethereal Vogue Shoot
Cool styling by Grace Coddington.
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Grace Coddington - Fashion Editor/Stylist Light Brigade (American Vogue) Peter Lindbergh - Photographer published: March 2015
American Vogue March 2015, Peter Lindbergh, Grace Coddington (11)
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Alighting Model: Raquel Zimmerman Photographer: David Sims Fashion Editor: Grace Coddington Hair: Guido Makeup: Peter Phillips
Vogue US October 2007 Model: Raquel Zimmerman Ph: David Sims Fashion Editor: Grace Coddington Hair: Guido Makeup: Peter Phillips
David Sims photographed this editorial for Vogue US Oct 07. The wonderful couture gowns and hats were modelled by Raquel Zimmerman. The stylist was Grace Coddinton ~ the location was Paris at the Centre Historique des Archives Nationales, Hôtel de Rohan.
Magazine: Vogue US Issue: October 2007 Title: Alighting Photographer: David Sims Model: Raquel Zimmerman
Raquel Zimmerman Vogue 2007 at Versailles
Casualmente, hace unos días me dieron ganas de ver de nuevo el documental alrededor de la figura de Anna Wintour y la revista Vogue "The september Issue". Puedo decir cuantas veces sean que me encanta, no sólo por conocer los entresijos en una de las publicaciones más famosas del país del norte, sino también por conocer un poco más detrás de la vida de las editoras que dictan tendencia. Otro punto, por el cual adoro el filme es por el editorial llamado "Alighting" de David Sims con Raquel Zimmerman, que apareció un mes después en Octubre, sin embargo fue fotografiado semanas después de la finalización de la semana de Alta Costura. El título del mismo a eso se refiere "Alighting= de aterrizaje", lo más nuevo, siempre en VOGUE. ¡ H - E - R - M - O - S - O ! Look total "September Issue" Este look apareció en la película de "Sex and the city" cuando Carrie es fotografiada con vestidos de novia. ¿Ya dije que es hermoso? El escenario, Versailles, algún día, lo sé, estaré por allí. Chanel... ¿Ya dije que es una de mis casas favoritas? "Alighting" VOGUE USA Octubre 2007 Modelo: Raquel Zimmerman Fotógrafo: David Sims
Editorial for Vogue October 2007 Photography: David Sims Model: Raquel Zimmerman Styling: Grace Coddington (who is a genius!) Such incredible clothing, and I would literally do anything to shoot in a location as amazing as this house.
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'Paris, Je T'aime' editorial, styled by Grace Coddington, photographed by Steven Meisel. Vogue US September 2007
Fashion Editor: Grace Coddington. Photographer: Steven Meisel. Magazine: US VOGUE. (2007) - Paris, Je T’Aime
Steven Meisel photos, Grace Coddington styling, Vogue September 2007
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Looking Glass: Roaring Twenties
1920s fashion clearly defined it’s self as the fashion of the modern era. This period became known as the “Roaring 20s”. World War 1 was finally over; art and creative expression were alive again, and with it came new and colorful fabrics and materials. The roaring 20’s was an era that saw the Harlem Renaissance, ladies voting and a sudden increase in affluence for the middle-class. Hats, shoes, dresses, handbags and jewelry all complemented each other, creating a classy style that was both unique and harmonious. To get the full impact of this style it needs to be seen in living color as black and white photographs simply don’t do it justice. Flamboyant 1920s Fashion For Women 1920s fashion for women is often referred to as revealing and flamboyant. Trends such as lengthy gem bracelets, bobbed hair, cloche hats, thin knee-high dresses have become synonymous with the 1920s fashion. Many fail to see that 1920s fashion was also very sexy, elegant and contemporary. 1920s fashion was a lot more than the cliché Flapper dresses that so many individuals connect with the decade.
Style Ideas: 1920’s Inspired Holiday Party
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mrcoddington: Grace Coddington, photograph Sheila Metzner. Published in Vogue, April 2011. What would Brienne wear? Simple and strong.
Grace Coddington...one of the most respected creative directors in the biz. Love her.
Grace Coddington Photograph by Sheila Metzner. Published in Vogue, April 2011.
Grace Coddington, former model and current creative director at American Vogue.
Photograph by Sheila Metzner. Published in Vogue, April 2011. Grace Coddington
Vogue Creative Director Grace Coddington. Photograph by Sheila Metzner
Visual Creative: Grace Coddington. Creative Director at Vogue US.
Female style icon. Grace Coddington.
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Head piece for mannequin incorporating silk flowers. I would like to use this idea and make a headpiece for each mannequin. each with a tribal, carnival, style.
I am buying the materials we will make the most awesome head dresses the world ever did see this summer!!!
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"Grace Coddington - If you’ve Netflixed The September Issue, you know that Grace began her fashion tenure as a model for 60s superstar photographers like Avedon & Carpatian – see her 1962 Vogue cover below. Her modeling career was cut short by a car accident at 26, but she went on to innovate the industry behind the scenes at British Vogue & American Vogue." via models.com
British Vogue - august 1962 Grace Coddington. Her life history is a example of strength and kindness (about kindness I suppose I'm correct). I wish someday know her personally. She's so cool!
Grace Coddington in British Vogue August, 1962 | The Evolution of Fashion Editors-as-Models
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Grace Coddington - British Vogue - August 1962
Grace Coddington- Vogue UK, August 1962.
Grace Coddington (born April 20, 1941) is a former model and the creative director of American Vogue magazine. Around 17, there was a Vogue model competition, and someone submitted her pictures. She ended up winning the Young Model section. She then began her modeling career for Vogue. At 26, she was in car accident that left her with head injuries & a removed eyelid, which was later reconstructed through plastic surgery. 2 years after the accident she was interviewed by British Vogue's Editor, Beatrix Miller, and was employed as a Junior Editor. After nineteen years as Photo Editor with British Vogue, she moved to New York to work for Calvin Klein. In July '88, she joined Anna Wintour at American Vogue, where she remains the magazine's creative director. Coddington came into the public eye in 2009 with the release of The September Issue, a fly-on-the-wall documentary about the making of the September '07 issue of Vogue. She plays a prominent role in the film as she is heavily involved in the styling and production of the issue. Her often-tense relationship with editor Anna Wintour is also highlighted. In 1986, she moved to New York to work for Calvin Klein. She has since then lived with her partner, hair stylist Didier Malige, & several cats. She has also raised her nephew Tristan, since the age of 8, after the death of her sister Rosemary. In 2010, she announced plans to write a memoir with her collaborator Jay Fielden. The 2 had previously worked together on the 2002 photo book, Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue. But after Jay took a job as the editor of Town & Country, Grace had to postpone writing the book until 2011, after she decided to write the book with Michael Roberts. The book deal is reported to be worth $1.2 million. Her memoir, Grace, was published in November 2012.
Former model Ms Coddington, who at age 26 was in a car accident that left her eyelid disfigured, features on the magazine's cover winking playfully in the lead up to her new memoir, titled Grace, out tomorrow.
Happy birthday to the lovely Grace Coddington who turns 70 today! In this age of disloyalty and rootlessness, it's interesting to see that Coddington has worked in one way or another for the great Kraken Vogue for nearly 50 years. She grew up in a remote part of Wales, fascinated by issues of the magazine that she managed to acquire, and then at 17 won teen modeling competition and moved to London. How exciting it must have been! She wound up on the cover of British Vogue in 1960 (see left). In 1967 her modeling career was cut short after her face received substantial injuries in a car accident. The following year she was hired as a junior editor. Aside from a brief tenure at Calvin Klein in the '80s, she has remained a Vogue employee, working as creative director of US Vogue since '88. Most fascinatingly, has worked beside, with and against her friend and bête noire Anna Wintour for all that time, as Wintour began with the company the same time she did. Their riveting work relationship (Coddington as Style Director, Wintour as Editor in Chief) was wonderfully documented by former West Egg denizin R.J. Cutler. In some ways Coddington is the anti-Wintour. She goes about her work life in shapeless and practical black, and functional flats, her mane of red hair flying everywhere. She's all about the art and the best things that appear in the magazine have her fingerprints all over them. She's something of a genius in terms of creating beautiful and evocative imagery, and is all about art while Wintour must look out for the money. Grace Coddington is nothing like the popular idea of a fashion powerhouse. She's smart and intuitive and dithery. May she create lovely, lovely pictures for many years to come!
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Grace Coddington. Amazing art director and definitively one of my heroes. Can I be her when I'm 70?
Grace Coddington in Ghesquiere Balenciaga, as inspired by the REAL Balenciaga.
grace coddington in balenciaga fall 2006. I love this photo.
Grace Coddington she can't be pinned too many times!
Grace Coddington es Dios. Lo diré hoy y siempre
Grace Coddington wearing a Balenciaga cape.
Grace Coddington. Amazing art director
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brilliance reflecting - literally & figuratively. Grace Coddington for British Vogue - September 1973, by Eric Boman
WE ♥ GRACE CODDINGTON- Grace Coddington in Jean Muir for Vogue, September 1973 by Eric Bowman. www.imageampilfied.com, Image Amplified
WE GRACE CODDINGTON: Grace Coddington in Jean Muir for Vogue, September 1973 by Photographer Eric Bowman - Image Amplified: The Flash and Glam of All Things Pop Culture. From the Runway to the Red Carpet, High Fashion to Music, Movie Stars to Supermodels.
Vogue UK, September 1973 Photographer: Eric Boman Model: Grace Coddington Dress by Jean Muir
Grace Coddington for British Vogue - September 1973, by Eric Boman. Grace giving good face.
Grace Coddington in Vogue, September 1973. Dress: Jean Muir. Photo: Eric Boman
Grace Coddington for British Vogue - September 1973, by Eric Boman
Grace Coddington by Eric Boman 1973 Cool photo from the 1970's
Female style icon. Grace Coddington.
Alexander The Great by Steven Meisel for Vogue US May 2011
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"Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" | Model: Raquel Zimmermann, Photographer: Steven Meisel, Vogue US, Spring 2011
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It’s Only a Game, Spring 2005 - “All the girls were dressed as chess pieces, and the show was choreographed as a chess game. It was about the chessboard of fashion. Lee did have foresight and a sense of humor! This is one of the two horse pieces. He made it by commissioning Steve Powell, a hospital prosthetics expert, to make the body. And the horsetails were from the same suppliers who make the plumes for the queen’s Royal Horse Guards.” On model Raquel Zimmermann: molded ...
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‘Garden of Delights’, Caroline Trentini & Gemma Ward by Steven Meisel, Vogue US December 2006. Both dresses are from Christian Dior Fall Winter 2006 Haute Couture. From left to right:  
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"Garden of delights" - Caroline Trentini, Gemma Ward in Dior (Galliano) by Steven Meisel #fashion #photography
Caroline Trentini, Gemma Ward, Karen Elson, Sasha Pivovarova by Steven Meisel "Garden of Delights" 2006
Magazine: Vogue US (December 2006) | Editorial: “Garden of Delights” | Photographer: Steven Meisel | Model: Caroline Trentini & Gemma Ward | Dress: Christian Dior Fall 2006 Haute Couture
Caroline Trentini and Gemma Ward in Christian Dior Haute Couture, photographed by Steven Meisel for US Vogue
<3 from the series garden of delight, models are caroline trentini and gemma ward, dresses are christian dior haute couture by john galliano carnival, photo by steven meisel for vogue us, via trendnista.com
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Grace Coddington, Italian Vogue, 1966. Photo: Eric Swayne.
Grace Coddington - Italian Vogue, 1966 #fashion #icon
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Grace Coddington, Italian Vogue, 1966.
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‘The Grand Tradition’ Kirsty Hume, Shalom Harlow, and Trish Goff by Steven Meisel for Vogue UK October 1994
Kirsty Hume and Shalom Harlow photographed by Steven Meisel. -repinned by Los Angeles County & Orange County portrait photographer http://LinneaLenkus.com #portraits
lesbeehive: Les Beehive - Shalom Harlow, Trish Goff and Kirsty Hume by Steven Meisel for Vogue, October 1994
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80s-90s-supermodels: “ “Paris Couture : The Grand Tradition”, Vogue US, October 1994 Photographer : Steven Meisel Models : Kirsty Hume & Shalom Harlow ”
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wedding dress with oxfords. From Vogue. So fun You hear that, mom? Vogue. Done.
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Liya Kebede by Mert & Marcus | <em>Vogue US</em> April 2010
wedding dress with oxfords. From Vogue. So fun
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Jourdan Dunn and Anna Jagodzinska Vogue Feb. 2009. Photo by Steven Meisel. - Elanor Clothes Designer
(In my dreams!) It’s a Madcap World | Steven Meisel #photography | Vogue US February 2009
Vogue Womens Editorial It's A Madcap World, February 2009 Shot #1
Cycle chic! i love love love a nice hat, i love wearing them !
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Designer: Marc Jacobs | photographer: Steven Meisel
fashion editorial by grace coddington
Hello, I've been thinking. I really love fashion photography... they make it surreal with the models, clothes and that pinch of editing. It looks very simplistic and gorgeous. Same simplicity...isn't that Cinderella? It looks amazing! Cinderella Vogue-ified another cinderella vogue pic! This one looks more ethreal. Since there are so many princess ones here are some that aren't(princessy): Hmmm... vintage/edgy?? very bright :D Aggg... gotta go now :( ~Ary
Grace Coddington of Vogue