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 [...]

Read more

Amazing Grace

amazing grace

Grace Coddington & Marco De Vincenzo

Mixing cards

Pairing minimalism, geometry, pure lines with fairy tales, quinky inspiration

Red explosion

Playboy bunnies

Alice in wonderland


Hair Curly Frizzy Hair

Red Volume

Plain White

White coat Shirt Chemisier

Baroque and Minimal

Back and Retro





Red Red Red calls and [...]

Read more

A Madrigal of Sorrow

a madrigal of sorrow

A sketch inspired by “A Madrigal of Sorrow” Charles Baudelaire

Que m’importe que tu sois sage ? Sois belle ! et sois triste ! Les pleurs Ajoutent un charme au visage, Comme le fleuve au paysage ; L’orage rajeunit les fleurs.

What do I care though you be wise? Be sad, be beautiful; your [...]

Read more

The beleaguered art of fashion criticism

the beleaguered art of criticism

A new fashion column on my blog: Episode 1

I want to introduce a brand new column on blog. It’s called ”The beleaguered art of fashion criticism” and I drew inspiration from two nice pieces: the first, published on The Daily Beast e written by Robin Givhan, and the other one, called “The beleaguered [...]

Read more

Marinière, Vintage and Illustrations

mariniere vintage illustrations

From the seacoast of Brittany to my sketchbook

The French marinière (the typical Breton sailor shirt) is essential piece in my wardrobe. A timeless classic, the striped nautical style reminds me quiet coastal towns, retro-looking bathing suits, romantic bathing-huts of the early 1900.

I envision myself walking somewhere on a French Atlantic Coast looking [...]

Read more