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Anna Wintour

Stephanie Kramer

Source: Fashion Photography Archive, 2015, Fashion Photography Archive

Article

Regarded as one of the industry’s most powerful figures, Anna Wintour is not simply an arbiter of fashion, but also a style setter in her own right. As editor in chief of Vogue, Wintour establishes trends and anoints the latest talent, but as a fashion icon, her style is tailored to perfection, tried and true. Though Anna Wintour’s style legacy is still very much in the making, her position as a fashion icon has undoubtedly been established. Countless designers not only cite her as a muse, but th

André Leon Talley

Stephanie Kramer

Source: Fashion Photography Archive, 2015, Fashion Photography Archive

Article

At 6 ft. 6 in. (198 cm) tall and with a thirty-year tenure at Vogue, André Leon Talley is certainly one of fashion’s most imposing figures. An authority on fashion history, Talley’s expertise has been a crucial aspect of his work and has also deeply informed his own personal style. As designer Tom Ford observed, “He is one of the last great fashion editors who has an incredible sense of fashion history. He can see through everything you do to the original reference and predict what was on your in

Grace Coddington

Katerina Pantelides

Source: Fashion Photography Archive, 2015, Fashion Photography Archive

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This article explores Grace Coddington’s role as a style icon throughout her careers of model, stylist, and creative director. Coddington was born in 1941 in Anglesey, Wales, and as a teenager, emulated Audrey Hepburn. In 1959 she moved to London to become a model and worked with youthful, avant-garde designers and photographers in the 1960s. Coddington’s signature style, her red mane and eclectic combination of vintage and modern pieces, emerged in the 1970s when she was a fashion editor at Brit

Anna Piaggi

Victoria Rose Pass

Source: Fashion Photography Archive, 2015, Fashion Photography Archive

Article

From the 1970s until her death in 2012, Anna Piaggi was one of the most recognizable fashion editors in the world. With her shock of bright blue hair, often topped with a doll’s hat worn at a rakish angle, and her penchant for exaggerated—almost clown-like—makeup, Piaggi delighted in dressing with irreverence. She freely combined vintage and contemporary fashion as well as high and low. Born in Milan in 1931, Piaggi began freelancing for Vogue in the 1970s, and in 1988 was hired as a creative con

Bibliographic guide

Fashion weeks have become a global phenomenon during the twenty-first century, as hundreds of cities around the world organize events in the hope of attracting attention from clients, retailers, and the press. The established capitals of fashion—Paris, New York, London, and Milan—increasingly share the spotlight with Lagos, New Delhi, and São Paolo, among many other cities. Fashion weeks traditionally center on the live showings of designers’ new, seasonal collections. Whereas such shows were onc, Berg Fashion Library

Fun With Pins and Rope: How Caroline Baker Styled the 1970s

Alice Beard

Source: Fashion Media. Past and Present, 2013, Berg Fashion Library

Book chapter

A double-page photographic spread from Nova magazine picturing a host of fashion editors arriving at the 1969 autumn/winter Paris collections suggests an interest in fashion’s ‘backstage’ that perhaps pre-empts today’s mood of fascination, where stylists are held up as celebrities and fashion editors are the subjects of feature films (see Figure 2.1). The recognisable names are there—among them, Diana Vreeland (American Vogue), Ernestine Carter (Sunday Times) and a young Grace Coddington (British

Fashion Editors

Lenore Benson

Source: The Berg Companion to Fashion, 2010, Berg Fashion Library

Encyclopedia entry

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