Vogue Paris

For the first time in the magazine's 97-year history, Vogue Paris put a transgender model on its cover ― Brazil's Valentina
She's style royalty and one of the most private people in the business. Charlotte Casiraghi trains her deep blue gaze onto Mario Testino for our cover this season, welcoming Spring in relaxed denim for our April issue, out March 25.
What do Larry Clark and Jonathan Anderson have in common? Unique talent that pushes the limits of creativity and inspires others the world over. And when two original talents join forces, the result is sure to be sensational. Meet two creatives brought together over dissident youth culture.
In the history of all of the most prestigious fashion magazines, it's a tradition re-think form, to shake things up in order to better highlight our strength of character: a unique and subjective angle on fashion, our luxury DNA, beauty expertise, bold approach, cultural choices and of course, the stars we represent on the cover like no-one else.
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"I'm often asked about the Parisienne. What does she look like? How does she dress? [...] Then I bump into Ines de la Fressange and it's all there: the silhouette as slim as the stroke of René Gruau's pen, the sober style that exudes innate elegance, the deep brown gold-flecked eyes."
A new social awareness initiative is igniting desire for change the world over, with a colourful campaign to encourage people to think, talk and act on issues surrounding women's empowerment in India. From inspiring real-life stories, to interviews with India's most powerful voices, it's not only raising awareness that's at at the core of Vogue India's mission.
"Our beauty special puts the spotlight on the spectacular recent advancements in anti-aging technologies. The latest crop of products is much gentler on the skin, producing more natural, more precise results," writes Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris editor-in-chief...