Oh what a delicious editorial in this month’s Vanity Fair, shot by Tom Munro! The shoot is to promote the upcoming film W.E (directed by Madonna!) which will premiere at the Venice Film Festival in a few days. If you haven’t heard about it yet, W.E of course stands for Wallis and Edward, and the film will explore the story of the romance between Mrs Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII, who abdicated the throne to marry the glamorous divorcee. Some stills have been released from the film, so I will post those as well – it’s going to be a Swing Fashionista’s dream come true, swoon!
What a wonderful editorial in the August 2009 edition of US Vanity Fair, recreating scenes from 1930s (ie: depression era) films. The movies shown here are They Shoot Horses Don’t They? (above), and below It Happened One Night, My Man Godfrey and Paper Moon.