Vogue China, September 2018-Cornelia James

Vogue China, September 2018

Vogue China featuring our 'Melissa' velvet glove in jade. The stylist is Julie Sarr-Jamois @sarrjamois.
Rihanna | British Vogue, September 2018-Cornelia James

Rihanna | British Vogue, September 2018

So here it is, Vogue’s big fashion special, one fashion moment we are very happy to be part of. Rihanna in the British Vogue September issue, wearing our 'Virginia' black lace glove. The photographer is Nick Knight. Styled by Edward Enninful. "September issues are important in the fashion world, our largest and most lavish of the year and a real statement about what the coming months will bring. These pages act as a marker for everything that is exciting and varied about the times we live in", writes Enninful of the September cover choice in his editor letter. "I always knew it had to be Rihanna. A fearless music-industry icon and businesswoman, when it comes to that potent mix of fashion and celebrity, nobody does it quite like her. No matter how haute the styling goes, or experimental the mood, you never lose her in the imagery. She is always Rihanna. There’s a lesson for us all in that. Whichever way you choose to dress the new season, take a leaf out of her book and be yourself".  @badgalriri | @edward_enninful | @nick_knight
Hayley Baldwin | Vogue Turkey, March 2018-Cornelia James

Hayley Baldwin | Vogue Turkey, March 2018

Hailey Baldwin appearing on the cover of Vogue Turkey.  She is wearing our 'Ella' fine net glove.  In the second image she is wearing our 'Nancy' lace glove.
Vogue India | September 2016-Cornelia James

Vogue India | September 2016

Kelly Gale in the September issue of Vogue India gets into the Halloween spirit and she transforms into some of pop music’s greatest acts. Stylist Fabio Immediato selects our 'Anastacia' lace gloves for her Madonna transformation. The photographer is Jason Kim.
Elle Fanning | Vogue Australia, March 2018-Cornelia James

Elle Fanning | Vogue Australia, March 2018

Elle Fanning is wearing our 'Hermione' duchess satin gloves. The stylist is Christine Centenera and the photographer is Boo George. Edgy chokers and dark, smokey eyes are only emphasised by our 'Hermione' gloves' smokey rose colour, making this look all the more daring. Elle breaks fashion norms by fusing together two different styles. Do you dare to rebel?
When it becomes dark | Vogue Japan, July 2014-Cornelia James

When it becomes dark | Vogue Japan, July 2014

Holy stunning. This Vogue Japan shoot takes the LBD (little black dress) to a whole new couture level. The jaw-dropping dresses parade black (because duh, it is the best colour after all) in pure drama.  Anna Jagodzinska is wearing our 'Chloe' lace glove for "When it becomes Dark". The photographer is Andreas Sjodin and the stylist is Sabino Pantone.  © CONDÉ NAST PUBLICATIONS
Modern Love | Vogue Japan, October 2011-Cornelia James

Modern Love | Vogue Japan, October 2011

In this issue of Vogue Japan, Anna de Rijk is wearing our 'India' fine net glove. The photographer is Marc de Groot and the stylist if Marije Goekoop. The story is 'Modern Love'.
Lady Grey | Vogue Italy, March 2010-Cornelia James

Lady Grey | Vogue Italy, March 2010

Vogue Italy telling the story of 'Lady Grey' in March 2010 issue. "Beautifully shot in soft light by Tim Walker, the images are washed out and traditional, like old photographs or portraits". Styled by Jacob K. In an abandoned mansion, models Stella Tennant and Imogen Morris Clarke pose gracefully in our 'Arabella' glove.
Natalia Vodianova | British Vogue, May 2008-Cornelia James

Natalia Vodianova | British Vogue, May 2008

Natalia Vodianova in British Vogue in their 2008 "To Russia with Love" feature.  Natalia is wearing our 'Georgina' pure cotton glove. The photographer is Mario Testino. Keeping tradition is important. That's why 'Georgina' is the perfect glove for this shoot. With her three points, she carries the tradition of past glove making back to the 18th century. We continue to make gloves with points because we know they work. What can you learn from tradition?