Vogue

THE DRG STYLE INDEX: COACH, VOGUE, BALENCIAGA, CHARLOTTE TILBURY, AGENT PROVOCATEUR

Here’s the latest weekly DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands currently buzzing on my radar…

1. COACH 2.0 IS LOOKING GOOD
coach-store-paris
Coach’s luxury push is hard to ignore. Its ads are all over the tube, it has a prominent position in Selfridges menswear and it’s now opened a store in Paris. So far I’m a fan of this amped up iteration of Coach, although the store interior is looking very Burberry… (more…)

THE DRG STYLE INDEX: AESOP, VOGUE, AMERICAN APPAREL, HILLIER BARTLEY

Here’s the latest weekly DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands currently buzzing on my radar…

1. AESOP UNCOVERED
Aesop Dennis Paphitis interview
Aesop is one of those brands that keeps popping up, seemingly without too much effort (i.e, it’s not rammed down your throat by advertisers) (more…)

Vogue’s ageless issue

Vogue July 2015 Stella Tennant cover

The best thing about this month’s Vogue? Well it’s a toss up between Stella Tennant’s cover; her main fashion shoot (in which she’s styled in miltary fatiques and louche satins); and Laura Weir’s 14-page feature on 90s supermodels.

The cover proves that, contrary to yesterday’s ‘Quote of the Day’ post, not all models need a gazillion Insta followers to succeed. (more…)

Vogue’s seventies summer

Vogue Seventies fashion

I’ve cut down a lot on the monthly mags I used to buy but the Vogues are still a constant. This issue has the sweetest student style shoot photographed (please can we stop saying ‘lensed’) by Venetia Scott and styled by Bay Garnett. It was shot at the Complutense University of Madrid and is heavy on the Smedley polo necks, Rochas bootees and Vuitton minis, all with a subtle 70s flavour. And thankfully no cliché mention of the film, Love Story… (more…)