Ever wondered what Grace Coddington’s apartment was like? Check this out

Oh how we love the WSJ magazine. They feature fabulous things like Julia Roberts on their cover and interesting articles that we actually want to read on fashion legends like Grace Coddington. Honestly, who hasn’t been obsessed with Grace Coddington since her worldwide on screen debut in The September Issue? She is the woman in fashion who everyone wishes they…
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Grace Coddington covers i-D

On Thanksgiving Day, i-D magazine will release a Grace Coddington cover to the world on newsstands everywhere. This fiery red head has won our hearts through her decades of amazing art direction at Vogue and captured hundreds of thousands of new fans through her starring role in “The September Issue.” She has become a global fashion icon so who better…
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Fashion stars as Simpson characters

The great aleXsandro Palombo is at it again with some spectacular drawings of fashion legends as Simpson’s characters. We have Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, Grace Coddington, Hilary Alexander, Suzy Menkes and Diane Pernet as cartoon characters. It’s enough to brighter our whole day. Now just tell me you wouldn’t love to see Anna Wintour guest starring in on the Simpson’s?!…
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The Balenciaga Bench Debacle

For the first time in the history of fashion the front row was made to stand after receiving seated tickets! As they say in show business, “the show must go on” and that’s exactly what happened yesterday in Paris as the benches at Balenciaga started collapsing while guests filled the front row. Due to health and safety precautions, invitees were…
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Grace Coddington for The Economist… must read this article!

If you consider yourself a follower of fashion, this is one article you won’t want to miss out on reading. “Grace Coddington: Creative Indeed” is featured in the recent issue of Intelligent Life by the Economist and is written by Coddington’s former assistant and good friend, Julie Kavanagh. You’ll find yourself getting lost in sentences like this… “Working for Grace…
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