Photographed by Cass Bird | Styled by Elissa Santisi
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And, what is she wearing? Meet eight spellbinding women who don’t see fashion as gendered.
Photographed by Ben Grieme | Styled by Elissa Santisi
Or why a woman should dress more like a man.
Impossible as it may be to fathom from the perspective of today, as late as the 1960s, it was not easy for a woman to find a decent pair of trousers. Perhaps because the thinking of the time was that decent women simply didn’t wear trousers. Resourceful and style-savvy ladies seeking alternatives to the dresses, skirts, and blouses that social mores prescribed to them, pillaged the menswear department, where the expertly tailored clothes were designed to exude authority. Read ›
Photographer Vanina Sorrenti turns the camera on herself and shows us that in this me-me-me era, the most compelling selfies take an assured hand—and a razor-sharp focus on personal style.
Photographed by Vanina Sorrenti | Styled by Laura Ferrara