Paolo Roversi


April 13, 2017

A white canvas of modern shapes and textures. An artistic study of linear strokes and washed-over fabrications that gives the chalky color a new romantic warmth and touch.

Angelo Flaccavento

March 9, 2017

One of the most original figures in the fashion world stays true to his roots, and contemplates the future.

Nicolas Ghesquière

February 18, 2015

Fashion’s most iconoclastic futurist leads the venerable house of Louis Vuitton into a new dawn.

Charlotte Rampling

August 31, 2014

Early in her career, the British actress staked her claim on risqué, sexually charged, psychologically barbed film roles and became a pioneer of the ’60s and ’70s. Then, older and wiser, she came back to do it again. Charlotte Rampling is the anti-Hollywood icon.

Raf Simons

February 21, 2014

Over the past 20 years, Belgian designer Raf Simons has continuously challenged the limits of minimalism. As the recently appointed artistic director of Christian Dior, Simons is now reimagining the fine sartorial art of line, balance, and movement on a grander stage for the 21st Century—but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped mining his own private obsessions.

Yohji Yamamoto

April 25, 2013

Fashion’s avant-garde rebel master on a decade of Y-3, how he stays in fighting shape, and what makes him run.

Barneys Serves Classics for Fall

September 7, 2012

Photographed by Paolo Roversi, with a video by John Christopher Alberico and styled by Panos Yiapanis, Barney’s Fall campaign transports models Arizona Muse, Magdalena Laguinge and Timothy Kelleher into the settings of classic American art and literature-be it a John Singer Sargent, gilded drawing room; or a cavernous marble mansion worthy of Henry James.

Kris Van Assche

May 23, 2011

Kris Van Assche the Belgian designer on his long road to reinventing Dior Homme, why his fastidiously laid-back, luxurious vision for menswear belies an inner fury, and how he escaped the shadow of a phenomenon

Eva Green

April 18, 2011

Actress Eva Green has found life after Bertolucci and Bond—and it doesn’t include living up to the notion that she’s some kind of impossibly sultry, irresistibly seductive, endlessly sexy international woman of mystery (though she plays one quite well)

Models Own

August 17, 2010

Individuality is freedom lived—and the only truly timeless style. Seven of fashion’s freshest new faces show us how they wear the season’s signature pieces and give us an intimate insight into their independent spirits—up close and personal

Marianne Faithfull

March 7, 2009

Marianne Faithfull has spent more than four decades channeling her checkered life of addictions, dark troughs, and Rolling Stones into some of the most elegantly damaged music this side of the Great Abyss. And no, it hasn’t been easy.

Ines de la Fressange

November 22, 2008

The French fashion muse has always had the right walk. And now she’s got the right shoes, too, as she’s helped to turn the iconic footwear brand Roger Vivier into the coolest thing since Ines herself.