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The Age of Narcisco 
Natalia Vodianova and Justin Portman may have split since this photo was taken by Mario Testino back in 2007, but this shot — with the hair, the poodles, and the Narcisco Rodriguez jacquard dress — is timeless. Narcisco is having something of a renaissance these last few seasons, creating strong, simple shapes that women want to wear, like this sleeveless sheath dress in white silk we found on eBay.
(Photo courtesy of Mario Testino for Vogue. Text by Jenny Bahn)

The Age of Narcisco 

Natalia Vodianova and Justin Portman may have split since this photo was taken by Mario Testino back in 2007, but this shot — with the hair, the poodles, and the Narcisco Rodriguez jacquard dress — is timeless. Narcisco is having something of a renaissance these last few seasons, creating strong, simple shapes that women want to wear, like this sleeveless sheath dress in white silk we found on eBay.

(Photo courtesy of Mario Testino for Vogue. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Imagine Diane, Brigitte, or Kate Hanging on Your Wall

As our You Can’t Fake Fashion auction is currently running with a unique custom bag made by Diane Von Furstenberg, we’re also loving this Polaroid of DVF shot by Andy Warhol. These images are available at another art auction running March 13th to 27th by Paddle8 and Interview Magazine. Expect 40 works in the fields of contemporary art and photography…[MORE]

Here’s the famous Diane Von Furstenberg shot by Warhol (with a bid at $9,500), Brigitte Bardot Smoking, 1971 by Terry O’Neill (with a bid at $5,000), and Kate Moss by Mario Testino (with a bid at $3,600). Check out Paddle8’s auction to peruse more original works and lace your walls with some powerful fine art and photography.

(Photo: Courtesy of Paddle8. Text by Jauretsi)

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Ready. Jetset. Go.
By Jenny Bahn
What do you do when you’re the editor of US Vogue? Get Mario Testino to photograph your passports, obviously. While the rest of us will likely be unable to commission Testino to save us the trip to the local Kinkos for what will likely be a garishly lit, unremarkable photograph destined to haunt us for 15 years, here’s something we can do: buy a gorgeous passport cover. No, you can’t help the horrors that might lie within those pages, but you can surely make the outside sing. We’re a big fan of this simple and elegant one by Smythson, as well as these iconic Goyard options on eBay. Say cheese!
(Photo: Courtesy of Grazia Daily)

Ready. Jetset. Go.

By Jenny Bahn

What do you do when you’re the editor of US Vogue? Get Mario Testino to photograph your passports, obviously. While the rest of us will likely be unable to commission Testino to save us the trip to the local Kinkos for what will likely be a garishly lit, unremarkable photograph destined to haunt us for 15 years, here’s something we can do: buy a gorgeous passport cover. No, you can’t help the horrors that might lie within those pages, but you can surely make the outside sing. We’re a big fan of this simple and elegant one by Smythson, as well as these iconic Goyard options on eBay. Say cheese!

(Photo: Courtesy of Grazia Daily)