#VogueBookClub 006Vogue’s sixth and final book club pick for the Sisterhood of Reading is Gail Honeyman’s debut work, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.
#VogueBookClub 005Dawn O’Porter’s The Cows is our next book club read.
#VogueBookClub 004Vogue’s fourth book club read is the latest from Maggie Alderson, The Scent Of You.
#VogueBookClub 003Vogue’s third book club pick is Nicola Moriarty’s latest novel, The Fifth Letter
#VogueBookClub 002Lyrebird: Vogue continues our 2017 book club with Cecelia Ahern’s mythical novel.
#VogueBookClub 001The Dangers of Truffle Hunting: Vogue kicks off our 2017 book club with Sunni Overend’s first novel.
005 : Vogue tackles : how to pronounce fashion designer names and labelsAdmit it, it can be tricky. Whether it’s Miu Miu or Balmain, Ann Demeulemeester or Vetements, Jacquemus or Ralph Lauren, Vogue is here to decipher it, A to Z.
004 : Australian model Charlee Fraser : model myths and truthsModel Charlee Fraser is on the rise, walking the runways of Chanel, Prada and more. She spoke to Vogue to dispel or confirm myths about the modelling life including beauty, fitness, diversity and what it was like shooting for Vogue at a music festival.
003: Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing : there’s more to him than InstagramYou may know him from his millions of Instagram followers, but the young French designer is more to him than his selfies (of which, there are indeed many). In this interview, Vogue chats to him about growing up adopted, social media, Kim Kardashian and more.
002 : Tiffany & Co’s Francesca Amfitheatrof : the woman behind the American jewellery houseAfter working with Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel and other landmark labels like Alessi and Marni, Francesca Amfitheatrof was appointed as Tiffany & Co’s design director - and in fact, its first female creative head. Here, she speaks to Vogue about her career and design process.