The WSJ Magazine always finds a great way to psyche us up for fall fashion. This year is no exception. Through the artistry of Cara Taylor and photographer Christian MacDonald, they brought about a fashion fairytale on Faro Island off the mainland of Sweden. The waterfront destination is surrounded by the Baltic Sea and was once the live/work residence of director Ingmar Bergman. The lands purity and elegance is all that was needed to capture a sophisticated and magical style of life.
As we move toward autumn the world seems to be drawn to an uncomplicated glamour. Loud logos are losing their luster as the runway is focused on creating a wearable stylish wardrobe. The editorial displays an assortment of up-to-date yet timeless designer selections. A group of contemporary closet essentials that have the staying power to be reinvented year after year.
As we prepare to step into the new season the article reminds us about the value of quality over quantity. Directing attention to the importance of genuine beauty found in nature and performing acts of kindness and respect. A lesson in fashion that establishes classy is the new cool.