It’s Kate Moss Month at SHOWstudio, so I was able to update my “Courrèges Edge” post with a newly released, early fashion film by Nick Knight featuring video of Kate Moss from the 1995 patterns shoot.
An earlier Kate Moss editorial shows the model in sophisticated summer looks, all made up in red using Vogue patterns. Photographed by Juergen Teller, “Red Hot” appears in the June, 1994 issue of Vogue magazine.
Here Moss models a simple, silk charmeuse gown, Vogue 8689; on the right she wears a sheer nylon shirt, Vogue 8447, with a pair of Ray-Ban mirror shades (click to enlarge):
On the left, Moss’ silk charmeuse romper was made using Vogue 9765, a 1980s bias lingerie pattern; on the right, the jacket from Vogue 1326 by Claude Montana becomes a short, patent leather trench coat:
Here Moss’ basic silk tank is Vogue 1342; on the right, her silk satin pantsuit is Vogue 1402 by Genny, worn with a black, silk charmeuse cami made with another ’80s lingerie pattern, Vogue 2146:
As always, in the back of the magazine readers could find all the details on the patterns used in the shoot:
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5 thoughts on “Patterns in Vogue: Red Hot”
I loved these old Vogue Patterns for Vogue Magazine shoots. I wish they still did that kind of cross-promotion. Who knows, maybe one day!
so now it’s 2021 – we have the answer Vogue Patterns has DISCONTINUED its home pattern catalog. what is the world coming to?
That would be sad news! Could your source be misinformed? I wondered myself, with the delay for Winter ’21, but it is up on the website now: link
Ha, that short trench is just the sort of thing my other half asks me to sew 🙄 (I don’t usually get any interest in my projects from that particular source)