In my fashion, the Vogue woman is a woman who uses fashion to their advantage in the world. She uses clothes to supplement and propel her to the next level of her life. She expresses her importance through the solidarity of her stylistic invention. She allows her clothes to speak for her and say everything she needs to say to the world without even having to part her lips. A Vogue woman doesn't associate her style with just anything, but instinctively knows what is good for her, and has a good reason for why or why not a piece is good for them. Clothes represent her main medium of communicating with others in the world. In Paris, Carine Roitfeld, ex-Editor-in-Chief of Paris Vogue, is the epitome of this definition. Watch the video to view a personified version of my definition below.
|"She is completely the epitome of what a French elegant woman |
that likes fashion is." ~ Mario Testino
|W Magazine, October 2011 |
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