2018 in images: by Virgil Abloh, Grace
2018 in images: by Virgil Abloh, Grace Coddington, and other Document contributors Document JournalWe asked a few of our favorite creative collaborators to recap a long year in a single photo, screenshot, or cat sketch. We live in an image-saturated world, but ...
Posted on 21 December 2018 | 12:00 am
GingerNutz: The Orangutan Fashion Icon
GingerNutz: The Orangutan Fashion Icon Inspired By Grace Coddington Refinery29The story of GingerNutz, the Bornean orangutan at the center of Michael Roberts and Grace Coddington's series of illustrated books, is a heartwarming tale of ...
Posted on 10 December 2018 | 12:00 am
Grace Coddington and Michael Roberts Return
Grace Coddington and Michael Roberts Return With a New Book, GingerNutz Takes Paris Vogue“The second book is a continuation of the first book,” said author and illustrator Michael Roberts about the sequel to GingerNutz, dubbed GingerNutz Takes Paris ...
Posted on 7 December 2018 | 12:00 am
Grace Coddington Dishes on Her Playful
Grace Coddington Dishes on Her Playful Collab with Louis Vuitton Michigan Avenue MagazineLouis Vuitton designer Nicolas Ghesquière and visionary ex-Vogue stylist Grace Coddington introduce a collection based solely on their beloved furry ...
Posted on 7 December 2018 | 12:00 am
EXCLUSIVE: Grace Coddington Reflects On Her
EXCLUSIVE: Grace Coddington Reflects On Her Career at 'Vogue' & New Show 'Face To Grace' HYPEBAEGrace Coddington is a titan within the fashion industry. Two years ago, it was announced that she would be stepping down from her role as creative director at ...
Posted on 5 December 2018 | 12:00 am
Resolved Question: What books do you
So I won some awards at school and as a prize I was given a £20 gift voucher to Waterstones, but I can't think of many books I want to buy. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Here's what kind of a person I am.
I'm sixteen years old and people say I'm pretty mature for my age. I've read loads of different authors including JK Rowling, Rachel Caine, George RR Martin, Philip Pullman, Suzanne Collins and the likes, but I'd like to take a step up out of the young adult stuff. I tend to read fantasy just because that's what I'm drawn to, but I'll read just about anything especially if someone recommends it to me. I should also say that I'm a really critical reader, so something 'meaty' would be great. Nothing that I can read and have totally broken down and analysed in a few hours.
Posted on 25 June 2013 | 7:29 am
Resolved Question: I haven't read any
I'm 18, just finished school and I want to start reading for fun again. These last two years of school haven't left me any time to read what I want and I want to get back in the rhythm of reading at least 5 books a month. (I read faster than most people) I enjoy science fiction (but nothing too exaggerated like space stuff) and historical fiction. I sometimes liked to read the romantical stuff too, but I got bored easily. I enjoyed Harry Potter, Pirates! by Celia Rees, The time traveller's wife by Audrey Niffenegger, The Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld, His Dark materials by Philip Pullman, The companions quartet by Julia Golding, I liked some books by Philippa Gregory, I liked Dan Brown books, I enjoyed reading the first two novels of Game of thrones, Abhorsen by Garth Nix, Tolkien, Jane Austen, Christopher Paolini, The island by Victoria Hislop, The mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley, Labyrinthe by Kate Mosse, Memorias de Idhun by Laura Garcia Gallego, etc.. I know I'm forgetting a few but you should get the general idea. I know that some of these are a bit childish, but that's why I need your help. What should I read which I will enjoy and isn't childish? What are your favourite books (any genre)? Thank you!
Posted on 25 June 2013 | 7:21 am
Resolved Question: Dream of someone I don't
I had a dream that me and my two roommates were on our way to six flags, in the dream while driving we saw a lady driving those huge lawnmowers holding a chainsaw and every tree she passed by she cut off a branch. We eventually get to six flags and the first ride we went on it was just us and as the ride was going up to do a huge drop there she was at the top. She chopped off her head with the chainsaw. I wanted to stop the ride, but my friend said no "it'll be cool to run over her body" so the roller coaster ran over her body and we got blood on our shirts. We thought it was cool that we were the only ones who saw the suicide. I just want to know what the dream means.
BTW I watched this vogue documentary before I went to bed and the lady that killed herself in my dream was the red headed vogue editor Grace Coddington.
Posted on 20 December 2012 | 7:08 am
Resolved Question: What university did Anna
If you're a fashion person then you know who these women are. I want to know how they got that job at VOGUE. Not the process, but their major, degree and school they attended before or after their careers.
Posted on 23 July 2012 | 8:04 am
Resolved Question: Is Grace Coddington a
I heard that she is a cat
Posted on 9 December 2011 | 1:53 am