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Grazia’s Fash Goes Clash – the big fashion issue

On my way home from London Fashion Week, tired and footsore (I know, woe is me, right?), I picked up a copy of Grazia‘s S/S Big Fashion Issue to devour on the plane. I have to say, Grazia is a …

Wed, Mar 7, 2012, 07:30

   

On my way home from London Fashion Week, tired and footsore (I know, woe is me, right?), I picked up a copy of Grazia‘s S/S Big Fashion Issue to devour on the plane. I have to say, Grazia is a magazine that I love and loathe in almost equal measure (the former, luckily, wins out); its celebrity focus, you know, “Grazia has learned that Jennifer will marry Justin in an intimate ceremony”, makes me feel a bit dirty, but its fashion focus is always spot on, never more so than with this editorial, styled by Andrew Holden and photographed by Andrew Yee.

Perhaps it’s the sexist in me, but I’m always mega impressed when a male stylist gets a shoot so right; while I know fashion is dominated by creative men (Alber Elbaz, Raf Simons, Tom Ford, the late Lee Alexander McQueen, Karl Lagerfeld, the list goes on …) who understand women, being able to actually, physically dress those women is, if you ask me, a cut above. Click through for the full shoot!

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