When we talk about fashion Vogue, We are not just referring to trends that come and go, or those pieces that are built to be a fixture that will last for many decades or perhaps generations in your closet; We also like to see how this industry works, where artists, creatives and artisans intertwine with art and with spirits that become their eternal source of inspiration for their time and the future.
That is why this month we have created this special edition, in which we take a break to contemplate the arrival of the exhibition Cartier design: A living legacy, to Mexico City; where part of the house inheritance It has been contemplated since its inception, when the foundations of the brand were created, one that women like María Félix (a great Mexican icon) fell in love with or that was reimagined by Jeanne Toussaint. The story that their pieces tell is incredible, not only because of the innovation of their design, but also because of the people who wore them. I guess we want that: stop time for you to contemplate the wonderful power of storytelling fashion.
In this report: photography, Charles Negre; production, Valentina Collado; hairstyle, Rimi Ura; makeup, Céline Exbaray; set designer, Céline Exbaray; set design assistant, Lara Romero Esther; fashion assistant, Rebecca Purshouse; photo assistant, Frédéric Congiu; production, Jean-Baptiste Romefort/Lambert Lambert; casting, Ignacio Murillo; model, Mirthe Dijk/DNA Models.