{vintage vogue 1934}
Hello there! Really digging the white fur this month! I still have a white, faux fur vest sitting in my closet, waiting for the right occasion and blouse to come along! This 1934 Vogue cover (above) is amazingly glamorous, I would have totally rocked the fur and tiara trend now if it came back, or perhaps not...

This is why I consider fashion a fantasy, often we are drawn to editorials and runways because they embody what we can't exactly get away with in reality...
{kate moss for paris vogue}
Kate Moss can pull of anything, but I love how simple she looks here, it's sweet and pretty, a role she often doesn't play as a model due to her evident sex appeal...

{vintage bazaar 1944}
Yet another trend in Vogue in 1944 (above) feathers will always come back, but I doubt in this form, at least for a while!

{chloe sevigny for harper's bazaar}
Similar to the Kate Moss cover, Chloe Sevigny looks so innocent and fresh in a frilly white blouse...she is certainly a fashion icon of mine because of all the huge risks she takes, but it is nice to see her so simple, laying down in the grass!

{drew barrymore for harper's bazaar}
Not sure if she is wearing a strapless gown (above) and holding up the tool from underneath, or just covering herself with fabric, but she looks so pretty! Like a model from the 60s, this is my favorite look I have ever seen done on Drew Barrymore, the smokey eyes and nude lip makes her skin glow, beautiful!

Shine bright in white, 

M. Gisele

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