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VOGUE EDITOR’S LETTER
STANLEY TUCCI ON FESTIVE COOKING TRADITIONS • In the Tucci household, Christmas isn’t Christmas without one specific dish. In this exclusive extract from his memoir Taste, the actor shares how it impacted both of his marriages – first with his late wife Kate, and then with his second wife Felicity Blunt – simultaneously bringing joy and ire to the day.
LET’S DANCE • At year’s end, the time is now to cast aside sartorial inhibitions and head out. Embrace frivolity and a party spirit in all its glittering, mood-enhancing forms.
SHORT CIRCUIT • Liberated dressing comes in many forms but as the world begins the process of reopening, the allure of the party friendly mini-dress has reached fever pitch.
AT A STRETCH • Fabrics that allowed designers to zero in on the body satisfy a growing urge to exalt it in all its forms this party season. Vogue selects the best of the new bodycon trend.
ROCK CANDY • Clinking glasses to salute an end of year looks better with fingers adorned in candy-coloured cocktail rings, like Tiffany & Co.’s eye-poppingly luscious lozenges from its newest Artistry and Brilliance high jewellery collection.
COME AND SEE THE REAL THING • The days of the painstakingly manicured street star may be numbered, after real, everyday style — in all its raw, magically muddled mannerisms — has begun connecting to a more human side of fashion.
LOCALS ONLY • An initiative headed by Australian designers, beach reads to raise your sustainable fashion nous, plus the latest in ethical style.
JUST ADD WATER • Every so often dress codes undergo a shift. The latest? Taking swimwear far from the water’s edge and into our everyday wardrobes.
CHARLES DE VILMORIN • As he approaches his 25th birthday this month, Charles de Vilmorin, the creative director of Rochas and his own avant-garde label, mines his sources of joy and inspiration.
LOVE GAME • Releasing at the close of Gucci’s centenary year, sartorial blockbuster House of Gucci offers a peek inside one of the world’s most recognisable fashion houses, and for no one more so than its costume designer.
OUT OF THE BLUE • Interior designer Anna Spiro finds infinite inspiration in her idyllic oasis on Queensland’s Stradbroke Island. By Francesca Wallace.
NEW ROMANTIC • Vogue Living’s style editor at large, Joseph Gardner, shares the style cues to adopt now in the world of interiors. This time, heirloom treasures with a connection to bygone eras bring grandeur and romance.
FASHION MANIFESTO • This month, a landmark retrospective of Gabrielle Chanel’s work will open at Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria, a testament to the enduring legacy of this iconic designer.
SONGBIRD • Kaitlyn Dever is best known as an actor, but singing is her true passion, which makes sense, because this month she’s starring in a movie musical adaptation of a stage favourite.
IN LIVING COLOUR • The best summer exhibitions celebrate First Nations art and culture in profound ways.
HEAD TO HEAD • For years, Kathryn Hahn has been the best part of everything she’s starred in. Her latest project, based on a true-crime tale of therapist and patient, is no exception.
BODY OF WORK • Amid another media storm, Emily Ratajkowski speaks candidly to Eugenie Kelly about her disarmingly honest new book My Body, which charts her rise in modelling, her relationship with social media,...