240 Pages    (Condé Nast)

 

FASHION
76 Life with André
By André Leon Talley
86 Nostalgia
At the age of fourteen, Sophie Dahl heard Nirvana for the first time and spent a year lost in the glamour of grunge
106 Talking Fashion with Norwich Notes

VIEW
119 Hidden charms
Time to ditch those purses that jingle and jangle with junk. The return of quietly luxurious bags, writes Mark Holgate, is something to shout about
122 Soft opening
Neal Sperling makes tees of uncompromising uncomplicated beauty
122 Get outta town
New Englanders make their way to Petria for hard-to-find vintage delights
124 Adventures in shopping
Laurent duPont gets straight to the heart of the matter: Buying the most fantastic Valentine's gifts
128 Closet case
This Iranian-Austrian designer scours the world's flea markets, then gives her finds the couture treatment
130 Need it now
157 Point of view
158 Something gold, something blue
Sail into spring in the most elegant of day uniforms: A sophisticated rethink of the classic maritime look (consider that an order, sailor)
166 How to marry a billionaire
Melanie Knauss, the next Mrs. Trump, is a smashing 34-year-old Slovenian who handles her position (and the Donald) with panache. Vogue traveled with her to the Paris couture to find a dream dress for her American-royal wedding. By Sally Singer
180 Adding it all up
Who wears one designer head-to-toe these days? Fashion's new math: High-ticket buys plus lower-priced bargains equals a terrific style mix
194 The new guard
Every generation, a cadre of young beauties rises in New York to reinvent high society. William Norwich meets the Swans of Manhattan as they take wing. To be smart, rich, and chic, he learns, is very heaven
208 Fighting spirit
From feminine to androgynous and back,