COVERS Ruth Negga wears Carolina Herrera dress, $2,990, carolinaherrera.com; Lalaounis earrings, $19,400, Lalaounis, New York, 212.439.9400. Natalie Portman wears Dior dress, $3,100, 800.929.DIOR; Mish New York gold, quartz, and diamond earrings, $3,900, Mish New York, New York, 212.734.3500.
Michelle Williams wears Louis Vuitton dress, price upon request, and bodysuit, price upon request, louisvuitton.com. Joel Edgerton wears Burberry T-shirt, $195, us.burberry.com; Rolex watch, $15,200, rolex.com.
Nicole Kidman wears Chanel dress, $2,100, select Chanel stores, 800.550.0005; Tiffany & Co. platinum, South Sea cultured pearl, and diamond earrings, $5,600, tiffany.com. Mahershala Ali wears Simon Miller T-shirt, $75, simonmillerusa.com.
Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams and More Are the Best Performances of the Year
Stone wears Chloé tunic; Wolford leggings; her own rings. Beauty: Covergirl. Affleck wears Louis Vuitton jacket and shirt.
Portman wears Dior dress; Mish New York earrings. Beauty: Dior. Negga wears Carolina Herrera dress; Lalaounis earrings. Beauty: Laura Mercier.
Adams wears Prada shirt; Djula earrings. Beauty: Giorgio Armani. McConaughey wears Burberry shirt.
Driver wears AG T-shirt. Mortensen wears Alternative Apparel henley.
Williams wears Louis Vuitton dress and bodysuit. Beauty: Nars. Edgerton wears Burberry T-shirt; Rolex watch.
Kidman wears Chanel dress; Tiffany & Co. earrings. Beauty: Chanel. Ali wears Simon Miller T-shirt.
La La Land
“My real name is Emily Stone, but when I started acting, that name was already taken by another actress, so I had to come up with a different one. For a 16-year-old, picking a new name is an interesting prospect, and back then I said, ‘I’m now going to be Riley Stone!’ So, for about six months I was called Riley. I landed a guest spot on Malcolm in the Middle, and one day they were calling, ‘Riley! Riley! Riley! We need you on set, Riley!’ and I had no idea who they were talking to. At that moment, I realized that I just couldn’t be Riley. So I became Emma. But I miss Emily. I would love to get her back.”
Sonia Rykiel sweater; Commando briefs.
“I was attracted to Gold because it reminded me of my dad. He loved shady deals. He’d much rather do a shady deal with fun people than a good deal with a bunch of straight-asses. He invested in diamond mines in Ecuador, and there were no fucking diamonds there. It was a scam, but he loved that. That’s the spirit of my character, Kenny Wells. There’s a little poem we have in the movie—‘Bird With No Feet Sleeps in the Wind.’ And that’s it: If Kenny, or my dad, gets the money or not, does it really matter? Would he change? No. Not that guy. These are people who are going to con, finagle, and boot-scoot their way in the side door. They never had the front-door entrance to the American Dream.”
AG jacket; Current/Elliott T-shirt; Levi’s jeans; John Hardy bracelet (right); Ann Demeulemeester boots.
Arrival and Nocturnal Animals
“Tom Ford became my muse on Nocturnal Animals. My character, Susan, was very personal to Tom, and so I based my interpretation on him. Tom would ask on set, ‘Why is Amy using her hands like that?’ And I said, ‘I’m copying you, Tom!’ I used him. I used him up.”
Gucci shirt; Djula earrings.
“Playing Jackie Kennedy is scary. I was nervous at first, and I started by doing a lot of research. The biographies on her are all a little bit trashy, but the transcripts of her interviews with the historian Arthur Schlesinger were really helpful. He taped everything, and you can hear Jackie’s voice. Her intellect and her wit and what she’s bitter about are immediately apparent. At the same time, I was going to costume fittings and makeup tests. When I put on the Jackie wig, the physical and emotional sides came together. The hair itself is so iconic that once you have it right, you can start to see Jackie. I don’t really look like her, but I felt like I was in her skin.”
Paterson and Silence
“Silence is the story of two Jesuit priests on a journey from Macao to Japan in search of their mentor, a priest who may have renounced his faith. When Martin Scorsese asked me to come to his house to talk about the movie, I already knew that for 28 years it had been his passion project. We talked about Silence, but when Scorsese starts a sentence, ‘When we were shooting Raging Bull…’ you can’t help but say, ‘Yeah, okay, tell me everything.’ So we talked for a long time, and finally he asked me if I would be willing to lose weight for the role. It made sense: How can you play a 17th-century persecuted priest while eating great meals? So I lost around 51 pounds. The weight loss was only bad in that, you know, I’d try to figure out how to play a scene and I had no ideas, because I was so damn hungry. Then I’d have a scoop of peanut butter and suddenly everything turned on!”
Dior Homme jacket; Rag & Bone Standard Issue T-shirt and jeans; Rolex watch. On model: Wolford stockings.
Hell or High Water
What was your first audition? My parents were both actors. I had just graduated from college, and my father had gone in for an audition for Gilmore Girls. He told the casting directors, “My son is back in town. Will you have him in for a reading?” So it was nepotism at its best. I can’t remember the role—maybe a boyfriend to someone? I got my start playing boyfriends, husbands-to-be, and princes.
In Hell or High Water you play a kind of modern Western antihero. You don’t speak much. When I read the script, the image that came to mind was of a man on a porch squinting through harsh sunlight into the distance, but not talking. I have a lot of similar memories of my father, where we are sitting next to each other and not saying much. Westerns have a stoic silence I’ve always appreciated. These days, we have so many distractions. I have minor ADD, so if anything grabs me and keeps me from petting my dog or collaging or just daydreaming, I immediately pay attention.
Brunello Cucinelli sweater; Sandro trousers; Loewe shoes.
Michael Kors henley. Model wears Araks robe; Stella McCartney Lingerie bra; Fifi Chachnil briefs; Falke stockings; Gianvito Rossi shoes.
“When I auditioned for the part of Mildred Loving, I had to sort of disappear into her character. Usually, I don’t create a costume for an audition, but this time I wore a summer dress. I knew that coming in the door looking like this woman would have an impact. A year later, I learned I got the part. At the premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, I walked up the steps of the Palais in full makeup, and I walked down the steps with mascara dripping. It was such an emotional experience. All I could think was that I needed to blow my nose before it dripped all over my frock.”
Prada top and skirt; Fabiana Filippi top (underneath).
“I’m a pretty good actress. You could say that, right? Well, to play Katherine Johnson, a mathematician who figured out a way to get NASA astronauts into space, I had to be believable as a math expert—and I failed math in college. Precalculus looked like Chinese to me. Even with two tutors, I still failed. So God has an incredible sense of humor, because now I am playing a mathematician! Even on set, they would have a professor there to try and teach me. I said, ‘Show me what I have to write and I’ll memorize it, because I’m not gonna get it.’ Take that, math! I won: I became an actress.”
Monse shirt; La Perla bra; Forevermark by Natalie K earrings; Jimmy Choo shoes.
Rules Don’t Apply
“I never knew Howard Hughes, so I’m able to take liberties, to allow my imagination to go to work. I like to quote Henry Ford, who said, ‘History is bunk.’ I like to quote Winston Churchill, who said, ‘History will be kind to me, because I intend to write it myself.’ And, in Rules Don’t Apply, I quote Mr. Hughes himself. He said, ‘Never check an interesting fact.’ ”
Jeffrey Rüdes sweater.
Manchester by the Sea
“I used to love movies that made me cry, and now all movies seem to make me cry. I don’t like that so much. I have my own things to cry about. I remember being young and sitting on the floor in my father’s apartment watching The Elephant Man on his black and white TV. When the Elephant Man did his speech—‘I am not an animal’—I started sobbing. That’s a tearjerker. That film made a superstrong impression on me. It set a certain standard in my mind of what was possible.”
Louis Vuitton pants; Falke socks. On model: Alexander Wang sweater.
A Monster Calls and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
“Recently, I seem to be doing a lot of dying onscreen. Lizzie, my character in A Monster Calls, has cancer, and I became obsessed with the way someone’s voice changes as their body deteriorates, and how they change the way they hold their body. Cancer patients would tell me things like, ‘You become obsessed with painting your nails, because your body is out of control.’ It became harder and harder to play Lizzie. I don’t think I’m going to die anymore.”
Giorgio Armani dress; Djula earrings; Tacori ring.
Allied, It’s Only the End of the World, and Assassin’s Creed
“It might sound weird, but I always cry at the end of Step Brothers. I’ve seen the movie 10 times, and it still touches me at the end, when Will Ferrell sings. You don’t expect to cry watching that type of comedy, but I always do.”
Burberry trenchcoat; Loro Piana sweater; Chopard earrings.
Hell or High Water
“I remember doing an interview years ago and being asked if I was one of those actors who takes the part home with me. I answered, ‘No. Not really.’ My wife happened to be in the room, and she started to laugh. Apparently, I had been playing a terrible person—a killer or someone who buries people alive or something—and she definitely noticed. I wasn’t fun to live with.”
Boss coat; A.P.C. jeans; the Frye Company boots.
“When I was cast in Slumdog Millionaire I was 17. At our first major screening, I walked the red carpet in my school shoes and a terrible suit I found on the high street, in London, with my mum. My costar, Freida Pinto, was very beautiful, very glamorous, and they said, ‘We can’t have this kid walking the red carpet with her! He’s spoiling the whole picture!’ So they gave me a new suit and fixed me up. It was a bit like Pretty Woman.”
Hermès sweater; Frame Denim jeans.
The Edge of Seventeen
Where was your first kiss? My first kiss was actually onscreen. I was in a graduate-thesis film called She’s a Fox, and I had to kiss two guys in it. I think I was 12. I was very nervous. One of the guys was shorter than me, and he had to stand on an apple box… Awkward! He told me, “I’m going to pretend I’m kissing my mom!” I was pretty sure that’s not the thing you say before you kiss a girl, so I looked at him and said, “Okay, I’m going to pretend I’m kissing my dog!”
Where was your first real-life kiss, then? At my house, by my front door. Which kind of sucks, because every time I walk through my front door I think about it. The kiss was a little messy, and I looked at the guy and said, “No, no, you can do better.” That’s not what you’re supposed to say, but I said it anyway.
Max Mara bralette; DKNY pants; Cartier earrings; Jimmy Choo shoes.
Max Mara bralette; DKNY pants; Cartier earrings.
The Witch and Split
You say you don’t like watching horror films—so what’s it like for you to act in them? I’m a real scaredy-cat. I’m not good at being frightened. But I do like acting in a horror movie, because I get to feel so intensely. You put yourself in these extreme emotional situations, and it wears you out in a great way. Afterward, I go home and get a good night’s sleep. The work chills me out: I’m a lot more stable since I’ve been in scary movies.
What frightens you? Revolving doors. I worry they’ll cut me in half. Strangers will see me tense up and hold my hand as I’m going through them. I’m constantly worried that I’m not going to make it through the door alive.
Gucci jacket, shirt, and pants.
Midnight Special, Elvis & Nixon, and Nocturnal Animals
“Doing a sex scene is just like having sex, except without any of the pleasure. The horror, fear, anxiety, sadness, and loneliness of sex is all there to enjoy—but none of the happiness.”
Saint Laurent jacket, shirt, and tie; Tiffany & Co. watch.
Hacksaw Ridge and Silence
“The majority of my process in playing a priest in Silence was praying. I’d never really prayed before, and I developed a relationship with a power greater than myself—call it God, call it love, call it what you will. It became very natural to me, and I realized that we’re all praying all the time. There’s that human impulse to worship and to long for a connection to the divine. Unfortunately, in our culture we are driven to worship things that are false and empty. I had a year of exploring this idea of what we are truly longing for and how we actually go to the places that can feed that longing. We all get glimpses of eternity every day. It’s just a question of whether we’re looking up from our iPhones long enough to notice.”
Alexander McQueen jacket and pants; A.P.C. shirt.
Maggie’s Plan and 20th Century Women
What is your karaoke song? It’s the nerdiest one ever: “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” by Billy Joel. It’s one of those songs that if you were a certain kind of teenage girl—me!—you thought knowing all the words would help you get a boyfriend. And then, about 30 seconds too late, you realize that it won’t. But it remains my song. I had the same thought about “Modern Major General,” by Gilbert and Sullivan. I thought guys were looking for a girl who could memorize a lot of names, but they didn’t care about that. They just cared about getting a hand job or something.
Do you have a cinematic crush? I would have to say Melanie Griffith in Working Girl—the first time she meets Harrison Ford at the bar. She’s all done up and she tells him, “I’ve got a head for business and a bod for sin.”And young Harrison Ford…what a dreamboat! But it’s her I truly love. She’s so compelling and funny. She’s sexy without being plastic. I think a lot of people miss seeing women that way.
Proenza Schouler dress; Guidi boots.
Were you a dramatic child? Yes, I used to stand in front of the mirror and try to make myself cry. I would also try different accents. I was living in an imaginary world, usually with Michael Jackson. He was going to rescue me! I used to draw pictures of me and Michael getting married, and I would send them to his fan club. I would imagine Michael waiting for me at the gate of my school, eager to whisk me away to a happier world.
Why Michael Jackson? I imagined myself as a Peter Pan kind of character, and Michael represented that existence. He was my guy.
Miu Miu coat, sweater, shorts, and shoes.
Manchester by the Sea
“As a little kid, my first love was IMDB [the data bank for movies and television]. I would memorize the birthdays of child actors. I really wanted to be an actor, and I related to the kids in the industry. But now that I think about it, memorizing their birthdays is not cute at all—it’s a little serial killer–ish.”
Prada sweater; Brooks Brothers boxers.
What was your favorite birthday? When I turned 40, my husband, Keith [Urban], drove me up to the top of this small hill in Australia and sat me down. He had put together this huge fireworks display. It was just for the two of us! It was sexy.
What is your pet peeve? When people say they will do something and they don’t. And I know it’s terribly demanding, but I don’t like it when my husband doesn’t answer his phone. I have to keep calling and calling, and I get anxious. Does that make me high-maintenance?
What movie has made you cry? Last year I saw Room, and I was absolutely devastated by it. I’m raw as I get older. I have to be careful what I let in.
Where was your first kiss? This is crazy: We were playing hooky from school. I had my first kiss while watching The Shining. Is that not weird? And we did a few things other than kiss too! I didn’t see a lot of the movie.
Chanel sweater, dress, shorts, and shoes; Bulgari earrings.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 22: Bottega Veneta belted dress and pumps, prices upon request, Bottega Veneta stores, 800.845.6790; Maria La Rosa socks, $82, marialarosa.it.
WMAG.COM Page 26: Michelle Williams wears Fifi Chachnil cardigan, $428, fifichachnil.com. Dylan Jagger Lee wears Gucci sweater, $950, gucci.com; Saint Laurent jeans, collection at ysl.com; Cartier bracelet, $6,300, cartier.com.
SECOND ACT Page 53: Dries Van Noten dress and necklace, prices upon request, collection at Barneys New York, New York, 212.826.8900.
RESIDENT GLAMOUR Page 56: Maiyet gown, $1,895, maiyet.com; Ana Khouri gold earrings, $5,300, newyork.doverstreetmarket.com; Jennifer Fisher choker, $455, jenniferfisherjewelry.com; Gabriela Artigas & Company gold-plated cuff, $320, and brass cuff, $295, gabrielaartigas.com; Gianvito Rossi sandals, $995, barneys.com.
EARNING HER STRIPES Page 62: Monse dress, $2,290, net-a-porter.com; Monse pants, $1,890, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York, 212.753.4000; Vita Fede earrings, $490, vitafede.com. Jovana Djuric gold-plated brass earrings, $365 and $225, jovanadjuric.com. Sacai shorts, $640, Barneys New York, New York, 212.826.8900. Giuseppe Zanotti Design shoes, $695, giuseppezanottidesign.com. John Hardy ebony wood and agate cuffs, $1,795 and $1,195, and gold, silver, and ebony wood cuff, $4,900, johnhardy.com. Nina Ricci bag, $1,240, ninaricci.com. St. Emile shirt, $295, select Bloomingdale’s stores, 800.777.0000. Mulberry dress, $2,060, mulberry.com.
And the Nominees for Best Accessory in a Leading Role Are…
Louis Vuitton earrings; Jil Sander turtleneck.
Altuzarra earrings; Chloé dress.
J.W. Anderson earrings; Fendi top.
Proenza Schouler earrings; Dries Van Noten blazer.
Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello earrings and dress.
Hair by Soichi Inagaki At Saint Luke artist management; Makeup by Jenny Coombs for Kat Burki At Streeters; Set Design by Georgina Pragnell at Webber Represents; Model: Isabella Ridolfi at DNA Model Management; Photography Assistant: John Cronin; Fashion Assistant: Beatriz Stuckenschmidt Maues
Page 65: Clockwise, from top left: Altuzarra earrings, price upon request, altuzarra.com; Chloé dress, $1,350, similar styles at Chloé, New York, 212.717.8220. J.W. Anderson earring, $395, j-w-anderson.com; Fendi sheer top, $1,000, fendi.com. Proenza Schouler earrings, $695, proenzaschouler.com; Dries Van Noten blazer, price upon request, collection at Barneys New York, New York, 212.826.8900. Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello earrings, $695, and dress, $4,990, Saint Laurent, New York, 212.980.2970.
SMOKE SIGNALS Page 68: Pamela Love hoop earrings, $120, pamelalove.com.
CAMERA READY Page 70: Anndra Neen earrings, $115, Communitie Marfa, Marfa, Texas, 432.729.2055.
Page 76: AG denim jacket, $235, agjeans.com; Current/Elliott T-shirt, $68, currentelliott.com; Levi’s jeans, $60, levi.com; John Hardy gold and silver cuff, $2,200, johnhardy.com; Ann Demeulemeester boots, $1,216, anndemeulemeester.be.
Page 77: Gucci shirt, $1,400, gucci.com; Djula gold and diamond hoop earrings, $700, Djula, New York, 646.869.9585.
Page 78: Equipment dress, $288, equipmentfr.com.
Page 82: Monse shirt, $1,190, Boutique 1, London, 011.44.20.7118.0111; La Perla bra, $485, laperla.com; Forevermark by Natalie K diamond earrings, price upon request, forevermark.com; Jimmy Choo shoes, $595, jimmychoo.com.
Page 83: Jeffrey Rüdes sweater, $550, jeffreyrudes.com.
Page 88: Hermès sweater, $1,575, hermes.com; Frame Denim jeans, $199, Barneys New York, New York, 212.826.8900.
Page 89: Max Mara bralette, price upon request, Max Mara, New York, 212.879.6100; DKNY pants, $298, dkny.com; Cartier gold and diamond earrings, $12,700, cartier.com; Jimmy Choo heels, $695, jimmychoo.com.
Page 90: Gucci jacket $4,980, shirt, $1,800, and pants, $3,200, gucci.com.
Page 91: Saint Laurent jacket, $2,150, shirt, $725, and tie, $225, Saint Laurent, New York, 212.980.2970; Tiffany & Co. watch, $14,500, tiffany.com.
Page 92: Alexander McQueen jacket, $1,745, and trousers, $635, Alexander McQueen, New York, 212.645.1797; A.P.C. shirt, $125, apc.fr.
Page 94: Miu Miu coat, $11,410, sweater, $595, shorts, $745, and shoes, $890, miumiu.com.
Page 96: Chanel sweater, $3,100, dress, $2,100, shorts, $1,300, and shoes, $850, select Chanel stores, 800.550.0005; Bulgari gold and diamond earrings, $5,750, bulgari.com.
Page 98: Marc Jacobs dress, $4,800, marcjacobs.com; Chloé shorts, price upon request, similar styles at Chloé stores, 212.717.8220; Djula star rings, $520—$715, and infinity rings, $705—$795, Djula, New York, 646.632.7686; Leg Avenue socks, $10, legavenue.com; Miu Miu shoes, $990, miumiu.com.
Page 101: Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci dress, $3,690, Givenchy, New York, 212.650.0180; Harry Winston platinum and diamond earrings, price upon request, harrywinston.com; Falke fishnets, $39, barenecessities.com; Jimmy Choo shoes, $595, jimmychoo.com.
Page 102: Burberry T-shirt, $195, us.burberry.com; Saint Laurent jeans, $490, Saint Laurent, New York, 212.980.2970; Lucchese Bootmaker boots, $795, lucchese.com; Dior Homme denim jacket, price upon request, diorhomme.com.
Page 103: Louis Vuitton top, pants, and boots, prices upon request, louisvuitton.com.
Irina Shayk Takes Paris in the Best Fashion of Spring 2017
Think pink. The soft, feminine hue has become a force majeure for spring.
Chanel cardigan, top, dress, cap, earring, necklaces, brooches, bracelets, and belt.
Do like Dior’s new creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, and get your message across with a slogan tee.
Dior T-shirt, skirt, choker, necklace, ring, and sneakers.
Cut a striking figure with a clash of prints and patterns.
Alexander McQueen sweater, kilt, trousers, earrings, bracelets, pin (on kilt), and boots.
Smart dressers always have some tricks up their sleeves—and pant legs.
Céline jacket, jumpsuit, trousers, and bag. Beauty note: Strike an artful pose with L’Oréal Paris Infallible Paints Blush Kit.
The new crop of floral prints is blooming with attitude.
Prada shirt, skirt, and bag.
Bathing beauties rejoice with the return of the sexy, retro silhouette.
From left: Miu Miu swimsuit, swim cap, and stole. Michael Kors Collection bralette, skirt, and belt. Beauty note: L’Oréal Paris Advanced Haircare Extraordinary Clay Shampoo is a sun goddess’s best friend.
Take it from Pierpaolo Piccioli, who just debuted on his own at Valentino: There’s nothing subdued about spring’s minimalist looks.
From left: Valentino dress; Valentino Garavani earrings and bag. Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci jacket, trousers, and necklace.
Fashion has gotten bigger, bolder, louder—and, when it comes to trousers, wider.
Gucci jacket, pants, choker, hand cuff, bag, and platforms. Beauty note: For hair with flair, try Nexxus City Shield DD-Crème.
A perennial favorite, stripes break away from the straight and narrow.
From left: Fendi pullover, skirt, and pants (underneath). Proenza Schouler turtleneck, wrap skirt, and earrings. Beauty note: Love your complexion with Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation.
A voluminous sleeve adds just the right amount of drama.
Jacquemus blouse, pants, hat, and belt.
The classic raincoat is certainly big for spring.
Balenciaga trenchcoat, top, and boots.
See-through can be quite alluring, especially when paired with the new It accessory: Louis Vuitton’s Petite Malle phone case.
Louis Vuitton dress, bodysuit, boots, and iPhone case. Beauty note: Unveil beautiful skin with Olay Ultra Moisture Body Wash.
Looks like we’re still stretching the limits of athletic wear.
Versace crop top, skirt, choker, bag, and sandals. Beauty note: Curls gone wild crave Pantene Pro-V Curl Perfection Shampoo.
No matter the silhouette, form follows fabulousness.
From left: Loewe corset top, skirt, earrings, and bag. Marni dress and earrings; Michael Kors Collection clutch.
Fishnets with fur; a plunging velvet top with a pair of jeans—dressing up, as Saint Laurent’s new creative director, Anthony Vaccarello, proves, is a matter of dressing down.
From left: Rodarte jacket, skirt, belt, and earring. Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello top, jeans, and ear cuffs; Chanel bag. Beauty note: Stop traffic with Make Up for Ever Artist Acrylip in 400.
The blouse is back, as evidenced by this tuxedo shirt from Bouchra Jarrar’s debut collection for Lanvin.
Lanvin blouse, skirt, brooch, and bag.
The message is in the clothes—literally.
From left: Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh jacket, top, pants, earrings, and pouch belt. Hood by Air polo shirt and skirt.
Even denim—a wardrobe staple—gets a one-two punch with innovative treatments and clever cuts.
Marc Jacobs jacket, skirt, and socks.
Hair by Anthony Turner at Art Partner; makeup by Lynsey Alexander at Streeters; manicures by Anatole Rainey at B Agency. Models: Ellen Rosa at DNA Model Management; Stella Maxwell and Irina Shayk at the Lions; and Vittoria Ceretti at the Society Management.
Produced by Ragi Dholakia Productions; photography assistants: Lex Kembery, Matthew Healy, Simon MacKinlay; Fashion assistants: Ryann Foulke, Dena Giannini, Winnie Rielly, Rasaan Wyzard; hair assistant: Claire Grech
A LA MODE Page 104: Chanel cardigan, $4,000, top, $1,850, dress, $1,750, cap, $825, earring, $1,100 each, metal, pearl, strass, and resin bead necklace, $3,600, metal and strass necklace, $3,275, metal and red strass brooch, $750, metal and resin cross brooch, $600, metal, strass, and glass bead brooch, $425, metal and strass bracelets, $2,450 each, metal, glass pearl, strass and resin bracelets, $1,550 each, metal, glass pearl, strass, glass bead, and resin bead bracelets, $2,425 each, and belt, $1,225, Chanel stores, 800.550.0005.
Page 105: Dior T-shirt, $840, skirt, $5,800, ribbon choker, $350, necklace, $580, two-finger ring, $320, and sneakers, $920, Dior stores, 800.929.DIOR.
Page 106: Alexander McQueen sweater, $1,195, kilt, $1,525, trousers, $1,275, earrings, $1,795, bracelets and hand jewelry, $4,995 each, kilt pin, $1,395, and boots, $1,795, Alexander McQueen, New York, 212.645.1797.
Page 107: Céline jacket, $2,200, jumpsuit, $2,600, trousers, $1,300, and bag, $4,200, Céline, New York, 212.535.3703.
Page 108: Prada turtleneck shirt, $1,205, skirt, $1,390, and bag, $2,160, prada.com.
Page 110: Valentino dress, $5,200, Valentino, New York, 212.772.6969; Valentino Garavani earrings, $545, and bag, $895, Valentino, New York, 212.772.6969. Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci jacket, $1,440, and trousers, $1,660, similar styles at Givenchy, New York, 212.650.0180; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci agate necklace, $685, similar styles at Saks Fifth Avenue, Atlanta, 404.261.7234.
Page 110: Gucci jacket, $7,500, pants, $2,200, choker, $790, hand cuff, $530, bag, $3,500, and platforms, $2,390, gucci.com.
Page 113: Jacquemus blouse, $545, pants, $600, belt, price upon request, and hat, $160, jacquemus.com.
Page 114: Balenciaga trenchcoat, $2,395, and boots, $1,895, Balenciaga, New York, 212.206.0872; Balenciaga top, $755, balenciaga.com.
Page 115: Louis Vuitton dress, bodysuit, and iPhone 7 case, prices upon request, louisvuitton.com.
Page 116: Versace crop top, $675, skirt, $875, choker, $375, bag, $1,750, and sandals, $1,150, us.versace.com.
Page 117: Loewe corset top, $950, skirt, $1,550, brass hoop earrings, $375, and bag, $2,950, loewe.com. Marni dress, $5,520, and earrings, $890, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, 212.753.7300; Michael Kors Collection clutch, $790, michaelkors.com.
Page 118: Rodarte jacket, skirt, belt, and earring, prices upon request, similar styles at ATLF, Paris, 33.1.45.05.06.23. Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello top, $2,690, jeans, $690, crystal ear cuff, $395, and oversize crystal ear cuff, $1,195, Saint Laurent, New York, 212.980.2970; Chanel bag, $4,700, select Chanel stores, 800.550.0005.
Page 119: Lanvin blouse, $1,275, skirt, $890, crystal brooch, $645, and bag, $1,995, Lanvin, New York, 646.439.0380.
Page 120: Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh jacket, $1,435, top, $360, pants, $1,794, earrings, $160, and pouch belt, $483, off—white.com. Hood by Air polo shirt, $320, and skirt, $390, hoodbyair.com.
Page 121: Marc Jacobs jacket, $495, skirt, $1,200, and socks, $395, marcjacobs.com.
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