The WSJ Magazine graced the newsstand this past weekend with their monthly publication filled with inspiration and insight. The pages included a preview of anticipated fall collections modeled by the admired style influencer Conie Vallese. Conie is a Buenos Aires-born Brooklynite who I first discovered in April on Madewell’s blog. The story was an inspiring introduction to her craft and elegant artsy stylishness.
Vallese is recognizable for her dominant black and white paintings and chalk-white sculptures that make an appearance and inspire the editorial. The layout was brought to life by Ludivine Poiblanc who honors Conie’s talents in both art and fashion. The selections of contemporary sophisticated classics elate a thought-provoking moment in anticipation of the autumn season ahead.
Photography by Josh Olins/WSJMagazine