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Mariana Cassou On: São Paulo Fashion Week

It’s Fashion Week in São Paulo and to get the inside scoop, we chat with the ever-chic Mariana Cassou, Owner and Founder of the Brazilian e-commerce site Gallerist Shop. Here, her survival guide to making it through the shows.

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Publicity in the city that never sleeps? That’s Taj Alwan’s M.O. The stylish multi-tasker, wearing Tory’s Aurelia top, talks to us here about making the most of your time — and how to look good while doing it.

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Street Style: Model Behavior

How does this model off duty do it? And by “it” we mean look both perfectly styled and coolly casual? For Russian Sasha Luss, photographed here by Pier Grassano, the formula is simple: a little cold comfort (artfully wrapped scarf; oversized knits), finished off with Tory’s 797 Satchel in chic raffia and snakeskin.

Book of the Week: From Vera to Veruschka

There’s a spectacular sense of discovery in From Vera to Veruschka, the new coffee-table book on the legendary supermodel, born Vera von Lehndorff. We’re all familiar with the German beauty and her impossibly long limbs; even if you haven’t seen her cameo in Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow-Up (that’s her in the film poster, by the way), you’ve likely come across the iconic shot of her in a lace-up YSL safari jacket, rifle askew on her shoulders. But we’ve never seen her quite like this — and that’s what makes Johnny Moncada’s photos here, taken in Rome in the early Sixties, such a find. Hidden in his attic until his death, these revelatory, never-before-seen images capture the model pre-fame — in the fresh-faced years before she reinvented herself as Veruschka. “Perhaps you can see the beginnings of this transformation,” she writes. “[But] in Johnny’s photos I always remained Vera.”

Minimal effort, big impact. That’s our printed jersey dress in a nutshell. With a fluid drape and ultra-flattering fit, it’s a style that always looks pulled-together. Make it part of your everyday routine — and then take it on the fly: it’s wrinkle resistant and packs easy, too, making it ideal for warm-weather getaways.


From left: Tory’s Walker dress, Jamie dress, Viviane dress and Myrtle dress

W’s Jane Larkworthy On: Beach Beauty

The getaway glow, the perfectly mussed waves — we love a good beachy look. Here, W’s Beauty Director Jane Larkworthy gives us her insider tips for achieving sun-kissed beauty, whether you’re beach-bound or landlocked.

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Tory’s Playlist: Spring Travels

Music can take you on a journey, but you can also take music with you on a journey. Here are some songs that can transport you and also fill your hotel room with song while you’re waiting for room service or changing for dinner. Oh, the things you will see and the things you will hear… Travel!


Listen now on Spotify.

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Calgary Avansino On: London & The Vogue Festival

This weekend, it’s British Vogue’s big Vogue Festival. Designer names you can expect: Valentino, Céline’s Phoebe Philo, Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez…. Tory herself is giving a talk tomorrow, alongside Manolo Blahnik and Angela Missoni. And there’s plenty more taking place, too, as we discover in our talk with Contributing Editor and health and wellness expert Calgary Avansino, here wearing Tory’s Zora tee and Heidi skirt. She gives us the lowdown on all the weekend’s events — plus her tips on living well and London style essentials.

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What’s Your Sign? Aries

We’re in the fire sign of Aries (March 20th — April 20th), but what does that mean for you? Astrology expert Susie Cox reveals all…

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Eric Wilson On: My Most Memorable Spring Break

“I went to Morocco in college with a group of friends — it was particularly fun because we all had food poisoning on the entire trip. But we had a fantastic time as well. And we lost some weight.” — Eric Wilson, InStyle Fashion News Director

The prettiest shade of blush and a flash of metallic. Perfectly polished florals and streamlined Sixties-style silhouettes. We’re coming up rosy — and we can’t get enough.


Shop Florals and Blush.

Spring 2014: Exclusive Wallpaper

Florals and spring go together like Tory and tunics — they’re constant companions. Our abstract interpretation for the season, the block-print floral vine, now comes in this exclusive wallpaper. So carry a little reminder with you — that spring is finally, officially here — wherever you go. Download it here.

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