The Vogue June Issue Launches

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KATE MOSS heralds the start of a sensational summer, sun-kissed and radiant on the cover of Vogue’s June issue. Make this your definitive guide to the upcoming months, from what to wear, to where to go, and what to do. Sarah Harris examines the new style rules as seen off the catwalk. Whether you choose to wear your coat as a cape, socks with stilettos, or supersize your wardrobe, be sure to follow her guide on how we dress now. The issue also introduces those one-stop essentials that will see you from the city to the shoreline: it’s time to meet the T-blouse (a luxe blouse-T-shirt hybrid), the new nude sandals and the chicest graphic prints. Kate Moss’ trip to St Barts aboard Patrick Demarchelier’s racing yacht sees her at her most beautiful, recalling a bygone era of beach glamour and offering readers a tantalising glimpse into life on the idyllic island long beloved by the fashion pack. Pixie Geldof takes to the shores of Miami to prove why summer’s Nineties-inspired denim has never been more versatile, while the nostalgic tone is echoed once again in Francesca Burns’ The New Vintage, which sees romantic florals given an irreverent, elegant, twist, alongside heirloom-style knits and exquisite slips. Vogue’s summer guide highlights the festivals, exhibitions, books and experiences in which to indulge this season, while Charlotte Sinclair’s interview with Formula One’s only female driver, Susie Wolff, examines life in one of the most hotly competitive fields in the world. Plus, find out what it takes to be a model and discover just how Selfridges works behind the scenes to remain one of the most dynamic and daring department stores in the world. This month also sees our first double issue, introducing Miss Vogue, a cheekier, younger version of its chicest relation, and starring Cara Delevingne on its cover. Of course!

SOURCE : http://www.vogue.co.uk

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