“I remember one time being in a meeting,” he recalls, “and it was always important to put a number on the cover, something like ‘600 Day Looks for Fall.’ Someone said, ‘We counted all of the looks and there aren’t 600 looks!’ and Anna said, ‘Did you count every pair of shoes?’
‘Yes, we did,’ came the reply.
‘Well did you count every bracelet?’ she countered.
‘Is a bracelet a look?’
And, in a way that only she could, Anna says: ‘Yes, a bracelet is a look.’”
Marie Claire Italia September 2014
Photographer: Thierry Le Goues
Stylist: Ivana Spernicelli
Hair: Franco Argento
Makeup: Regine Bedot
Models: Lena Hardt, Dasha Denisenko, Nicole Pollard, Benthe de Vries, Alexandra Elizabeth Ljadov, Brogan Loftus, Bhumika Arora, Mica Arganaraz, Eleonora Baumann, Roberta Cardenio, Julia Jamin, Charlotte Carey, Milana Kruz, Carolina Sjostrand, Caroline Schurch, Jana, & Misha Hart
W Magazine: Saving Grace
Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli are reinventing Valentino’s legendary elegance for the next generation. Meet the keepers of the flame as they open the new Valentino flagship in New York.
Kate Moss turns director and camerawoman for the September issue. In her very first foray into film-making, Moss shoots Lara Stone bonding with the beautiful British Lupines on the shoot styled by Moss and photographed by Mario Sorrenti. Perhaps echoing her supermodel credentials, Moss shot the film on Super 8, giving the short an authentic filmic quality that adds to Sorrenti's moody and mystical stills. Who better to provide the soundtrack than her own husband's band, The Kills, whose "Goodnight Bad Morning" lends to the gentle haunting of Moss' debut.