Am I alone when I say I'm in a constant state of nostalgia? I constantly find myself comparing magazines these days to magazines from the 80s, 90s and 00s.
This week I found myself hunting out a treasure of mine: the September 2001 issue of American Vogue. I'm a huge Linda Evangelista fan and I remember picking up this particular issue from an online auction website for a very good price. For me, it's one of those issues you just have to have. I hadn't a clue what to expect when the magazine arrived in the mail, but I was amazed at how Anna Wintour's Vogue had remained the same for all those years.
The issue boasts 722 pages of fall fashions and includes spreads from Steven Meisel, Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino and Raymond Meier.
The main focus of this all-important September issue is, of course, the stunning return of Linda Evangelista. Linda who had a 'cooling off period' decided to make a comeback after three years in seclusion at her home in St. Tropez. The feature is 28 pages long, with a very in-depth article and the accompanying photographs were shot by Steven Meisel. What more could we possibly want?
Why don't you take a trip down Linda-lane and visit the issue's thread, here.