The Danish photographer Signe Vilstrup is without a doubt one of my favourites out there. She simply has that magical touch when it comes to photographing gorgeousness (remember this editorial I posted in June?). I could easily post all her editorials but I guess that could get very repetitive. The photos above are from one called 'Paris' which she did for Vanity Fair and it stole my heart.
On a personal note, the beginning of this day has been nothing less than perfect: the mailman rang the bell with an Amazon package (love those!), I got a haircut and bought fresh flowers, and when I got back home I enjoyed Italian bread with salmon and made a big bowl of latte. Yes, latte in a bowl is my thing when I'm very latte greedy (happens often).
I know you guys by now, you'll all be asking what was in the Amazon package. Well, I was mainly ordering books for hubby, whom I've almost lost to the world of A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin. For me I got The September Issue on DVD because I've always wanted to own it. I can watch all the scenes with Grace Coddington again and again, and luckily they are many. I love her. (Could someone please tell Grace to write her autobiography?!!) The book I got for myself was The Diary of Anaïs Nin 1944-1947. It's been on my list for years.
Have a fantastic Thursday everyone! And thank you all for visiting and leaving wonderful comments, I really appreciate them.
Signe Vilstrup for Vanity Fair