Grey Magazine has consistently served as a source of top notch fashion content and after 5 years as a beloved biannual the magazine takes things to the next level and moves into being a quarterly publication. With an expanded array of content including fashion, food, film, art and travel the magazine is bigger than ever with fresh new contributors like Advanced Style‘s Ari Seth Cohen. Everything you love about Grey remains, but its expanded content offers an exciting new feel bound to appeal to women (and men) with an eye for good taste in all its forms.
“The Grey Woman is an exquisite mortal. She loves, works, cooks, writes, reads, dances, jokes, runs, falls, flies, passes by, and keeps secrets. She is compassionate, strong, clever, fragile, sophisticated, active, lazy, warm, cold, crazy, magic, and dramatic. The Grey woman makes mistakes, forget things, gives everything, suffers deeply, hugs strongly, feels loudly. She’s human. She evolves through the ages and philosophies, following her own rules and style.” – Valentina Ilardi Martin, Editor in Chief of Grey
Gigi Hadid exclusively photographed by Christopher Anderson. In the story “Skypping School” Gigi is not attending school today but staying home and wearing our favorite sweater selection for fall. Styling by Valentina Ilardi Martin
Tali Lennox is back on the fashion scene, and for us is performing in a main fashion editorial and cover. Tali has dedicated the past years mostly to painting with a side of acting classes. Now, more beautiful and self-confident than ever, she is coming back to the studio and interprets, in the story “Acting Class,” the Best Looks of the season according to Concetta D’Angelo. Fendi, Saint Laurent, Miu Miu, Chanel, Hermes and more brands are featured. Photographed by Spencer Ostrander, styling by Concetta D’Angelo
The new italian rising star of modeling Vittoria Ceretti is shot by Fanny Latour-Lambert (Walter Schupfer Management) in all the freshness of her young age, for the “Post Rave” fashion story, shot in the countryside around Paris and styled by Mariaelena Morelli.
Model Nadine Leopold shot by Billy Kidd (New York: Walter Schupfer Management, New York: Walter Schupfer Management) in the fashion story “The New Something,” a proper mismatch of amazing pieces styled in a street-wise mood, the classic way of Valentina Ilardi Martin.