Ana Juan and The New Yorker

ana juan and the new yorker

Ana Juan’s illustrated covers for The New Yorker

“The New Yorker style was one of leisurely meandering understatement, droll when in the humorous mode, tautological and litotical when in the serious mode, constantly amplified, qualified, adumbrated upon, nuanced and renuanced, until the magazine’s pale-gray pages became High Baroque triumphs of the relative clause and [...]

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Cargo and heels


Cargo pants, even curvy can

They say that cargo pants are no suitable for curvy women. In fact those lateral pockets, straight cut and wide leg are no good to enhance a female body shape.

But. I know, at this point of the post I’m about to do just the opposite of what I [...]

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Male street style from Milan

A few days ago I dealt with young men in street style at Milan fashion week. Today I want to show you another kind of street style performance, it concerns about the ones they call “metrosexual”, a neologism, derived from metropolitan and heterosexual, describing a a heterosexual usually urban [...]

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Vintage engagement

vintage engagement

A curvy vintage outfit

A classic double-breasted, three quarter length pastel coat with cross-over half belt and a white linen dress that tell the story of an engagement. No, it’s not my engagement, but an event occurred in the late 60s in a small village of the Southern Italy. A teenager experiments her first [...]

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Diversity in fashion

diversity in fashion

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes” Marcel Proust

Birds and seesaw in Milan ©

Today I want to talk about diversity in fashion. I do not refer only to size, gender or ethnic diversity. I’m talking about different points of view; there are a [...]

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