- Created on Tuesday, 07 February 2012 02:46
- Written by Celia Evans
- Category: Style
Sometimes when I'm in a bad mood, I will look up Grace Coddington editorials. That sounds like a real fashion geek, but it's true. I love staring at pictures that tell a story, that take you away for a moment. A great photo editorial can almost be like a little movie. It's fun. And before you know it, you've switched gears and your no longer thinking about whatever it was that upset you, you're focused on the picture and thinking about being a 1920's flapper or something.
So I decided to spend a little time today honoring everyone's favorite editorial stylist Grace Coddington, the Creative Director at American Vogue.Coddington became a British Vogue editor in 1969, before traveling to NYC in 1987 to become a design director at Calvin Klein. She then joined American Vogue in 1988. She's been making magic ever since.Check out some of the diversity of her work. Enjoy!