Step through the revolving doors of the Ritz, Paris’ most palatial hotel and discover some of the most extraordinary and eccentric looks spotted amongst the Spring/Summer 2018 collections. From the suites to the swimming pool, see the full video today on Vogue.fr. #SS18#RitzParis
Starring Klara Kristin @karate_katia
Directed by Felix Seger
Additional editing Lucas Hauchard @lucas.hauchard
Written by Maud Charmoy @maudcharmoy
Produced by Zoé Michel @zoeannamadeleine
Fashion by Talia Collins @talicollins
Hair by Benedicte Cazau-Beyret @benedictecazau
Make Up by Karin Westerlund @karinwesterlundmakeup
Music - Marie Louise by FAIRE
Special thanks to Le Ritz Paris @ritzparis
It’s not 2 but 3 covers this December… consider it a Christmas gift! Here shot by Juergen Teller, our special guest editor pairs it right back for her third cover. Letting her natural beauty speak for itself, it’s original Rihanna. Three covers, one star.
Shot by Juergen Teller, styled by Anastasia Barbieri, hair by Yusef Williams, makeup by Yadim, nails by Maria Salandra. #RihannaxVogueParis#JuergenTeller@badgalriri#AnastasiaBarbieri@yusefhairnyc@redhotnails#yadim
Remembering couturier Azzedine Alaïa, role model and inspiration to so many, with this beautiful video by Ellen von Unwerth, taken backstage before one of his legendary shows.
DIRECTOR: ELLEN VON UNWERTH @ellenvonunwerth
MUSIC: CHRISTIAN FOURTEAU + THIERRY PLANELLE
CAST: NAOMI, EVA, CHRISTY
In 1969 it was Françoise Sagan, in 1979 it was Miró, in 2005 it was Kate Moss, 2012 saw Carla Bruni take the reins and last year Karl Lagerfeld was in charge. Every year for decades, Vogue Paris has given creative control of the Christmas issue to a special guest. But who will it be for 2017? Comment on this post with your guess!
Vogue Paris remembers Azzedine Alaia, who has passed away aged 77. The much-loved couturier was famous for his figure-hugging, body-con style that became emblematic in the 1980s of a powerful femininity. We pay tribute, today on Vogue.fr. @azzedinealaiaofficial#azzedinealaia#alaia
In 1974 it was Alfred Hitchcock, in 1983 it was Caroline de Monaco, in 2004 it was Sofia Coppola, 2013 saw Victoria Beckham take the reins and last year Karl Lagerfeld was in charge. Every year for decades, Vogue Paris has given creative control of the Christmas issue to a special guest. But who will it be for 2017? Comment on this post with your guess!
Celebrating our sparkling partner for the Vogue Fashion Festival, Miss Vogue is scattered with Swarovski crystals in the November issue. Get your tickets now via the link in our bio, to hear Nadja Swarovski speak alongside Demna Gvasalia, Karl Lagerfeld, Emmanuelle Alt and many more from the world of luxury fashion…
Shot by Philippe Jarrigeon, styled by Véronique Didry #swarovski#voguexswarovski@swarovski
#SomethingForTheWeekend Have you seen? Holiday are inhabiting the windows of colette with a collection of 3 restored vintage pieces in collaboration with Yves Salomon. See the US Navy peacoat from World War II, the 1950s American two-tone leather sports jacket, and the Levi’s Type II denim jacket from the same decade in the colette windows before Sunday. @holiday_paris@colette
Step inside the Hermès exhibition at the Grand Palais, an homage to Leïla Menchari, the house’s iconic window set designer of 35 years. A true artist, nicknamed Reine Mage, she infused touches of exoticism, grandiosity and imagination into each of her designs. As the exhibition opens today, see more on Vogue.fr. @hermes@le_grand_palais#LeilaMenchari
#VogueCollections Twice a year, after the frenzy of Fashion Week has died down, we take the time to reflect and collect the best prints, pleats and colors seen on the catwalks in one place. Hitting newsstands November 26, find our favorite looks from every show, with the biggest events of the season and interviews with the names that made it all happen: meet influencer Camille Charrière or Carla Sozzani, founder of the first concept store, and spend a day with Lucien Pagès, the luxury PR everyone wants to work with. 300 pages, 1 style bible: Vogue Collections is out November 26.
// Part 2 // More dancing! We want to thank all our guests who attended the Vogue Paris disco night for the opening of the Irving Penn photography exhibition now on at the Grand Palais in Paris! We lit up the dance floor – literally!
Directed by Lucas Hauchard & Romain Hamoniaux, additional editing by Maxime Malandin, pictures by Virgile Guinard, music « I Love America » by Patrick Juvet, produced by Zoe Michel. Presented by Place Vendôme Qatar.
The FIAC will be taking over the Grand Palais and the surrounding neighborhood October 19 to 22, welcoming the top tier of contemporary artists to Paris. From Andy Warhol to Niki de Saint Phalle, via Jeppe Hein, Takashi Murakami and plenty more, Vogue presents selected works ahead of tomorrow's opening. Check in on Vogue.fr tomorrow, for more about the FIAC art fair and pictures from tonight's opening night... @fiacparis
The Vogue Fashion Festival is coming… Get your tickets now, to see industry greats like Emmanuelle Alt, Karl Lagerfeld, Alber Elbaz, Demna Gvasalia, David Sims... and many more, talk fashion November 24 and 25, in Paris. #VogueParisFashionFestival@Swarovski