How do you store your beauty stuff?

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I love to see how people store and display their jewellery and beauty products . If you want to be featured on Into The Gloss, you’d better have a ton of Chanel products, store your cotton buds in old Diptyque glass containers and display the lot on an antique silver tray. Like this lot for example…

Stylist Vanessa Traina

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Self Service magazine no 38 goes tomboy…

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Self Service mag has gone all 90s tomboy for Spring 13. “This issue is very different. It’s more in the tomboy, early-’90s direction — still glamorous, though. I think it’s somewhat of a reaction to what we’ve done in the past,” creative director Suzanne Koller told Into the Gloss. In fact, it sounds like the whole mag is full of natural-looking, androgynous styling on really hot girls, minus what Koller calls ‘bimbo-style posing’.  Issue 38 is out 6th March.

Introducing: Thu Thu

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Thu Thu is the latest in a long line of contemporary labels bridging the gap between girly and grown up. I love these breezy campaign images by  Lena Emery and the fabric mixing that designer Thuy Duong Nguyen incorporates. She uses vintage upcycled fabrics from Vietnam for her dresses, skirts and signature biker jackets. Buy now from Browns and Matches (coming soon). Continue reading

Karen Walker and Ari’s girls

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Talk about eye-catching, these vibrant portraits of Ari Seth Cohen’s ‘Advanced Style‘ ladies are popping right off the page. Commissioned by Karen Walker to launch her SS13 eyewear collection, Karen Walker Forever, they’re a ‘celebration of eternal optimism’ and  feature four stylish seniors shot in their own New York homes. Continue reading

NYFW Nemo: When in doubt, style it out

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Gotta tip my hat to Tommy Ton for these great photos of NYFW show-goers on Style.com


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From the vaults: Anna Wintour by Ellen von Unwerth

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What a great find these photos are! They’re by Ellen von Unwerth from Interview magazine 1993, unearthed from a ring binder of goodies that I’m glad I never threw away. The photo of Anna with a (pre-Starbucks?) paper coffee cup surely epitomises the ambition of every long suffering intern that ever slaved over ‘returns’, dreaming of her Devil Wears Prada moment and the one below of Anna sharing a joke with Hamish and Camilla proves that – yes! – the Chanel sunnies stay on at all times… Continue reading

WANTED: More Dash Than Cash 2013

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Dear Vogue, please can you publish an updated version of More Dash Than Cash for millennial recessionistas? These two ancient copies have been well-thumbed over the years because their advice and pictures still ring true. But how good would it be to have some updated images from David Sims, Daniel Jackson and Alasdair McLellan in amongst the Bruce Weber and Arthur Elgort goodies…?

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Juergen Teller at the ICA plus some other 2013 exhibitions to diarise

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Opening today at the ICA is Juergen Teller’s ‘Woo’ exhibition. I’m desperate to see it, in particular his landscapes that I’ve only recently discovered. Here’s a clip I found (above) of him shooting Helena Bonham Carter with his two Contaxes. And here’s another one (below) of him shooting Kate Moss. (Venetia Scott makes an appearance too)… Continue reading

From the vaults: John Galliano contact sheet 1991

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Ahhh, it’s amazing the things you unearth when rummaging through old school and college files. This contact sheet is from a 1991 John Galliano PR shoot. My friend had done work experience in the press office and had smuggled this out along with some stickers and labels. I think it was for a diffusion line called Galliano’s Girl. Continue reading

Vogue February – Angelo Pennetta shoots the Brit girls

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Groups of girls are quite the thing for SS13 editorials and ad campaigns. Chanel has Stella Tennant, Ondria Hardin and Yumi Lambert; Balenciaga has Kremi Otashliyska, Sam Rollinson and Kirstin Liljegren, and did anyone else choke on their morning muffin at the sight of not two or three, but four girls in Chloe’s latest campaign? Continue reading

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