Joining the Gypsy Caravan
No more than a couple of months ago, editors at the Midtown offices of Vogue practiced a form of visual streamlining. “You would see them in Céline chokers and gold Hermes cuffs,” said Meredith Melling Burke, the magazine’s senior market editor. The look, she aid, was clean-edged.
Then the other day, in a brash about-face, the same coven of tastemakers jettisoned that pared-down style for a kind of controlled anarchy.