Saturday, November 14, 2009

Fairy tales are made for this...

US Vogue's Creative Director Grace Coddington and photographer Annie Leibovitz proved fairy tales aren't just for the kids with their take on the famous fairytale Hansel and Gretel in the December 2009 issue of US Vogue. Starring Andrew Garfield as Hansel, Lily Cole as Gretel and Lady GaGa as the wicked witch, the fashion editorial weaves its fairytale magic with beautiful photography and dreamy settings and beautiful clothes. I love how modern day clothing can be used tell a classic story... so inspiring. So when I turned on the TV last night and the movie Ever After starring Drew Barrymore was on, it was proven fairy tales aren't just for kids and that fairytales never die, they just get remade and reinterpreted so that we may live happily ever after...







Images: Style.com

1 comment:

Melissa Hammett said...

I am in love the Leibovitz / Coddington photos (as usual). Am not so sure I love the Clogs at Chanel. Recently saw the same on SJP. Not convinced.