Lately, one of my favorite stories on Vogue has been a series called Past/Present. Editors select articles, images, or photoshoots from the past and share why they carry personal significance or meaning. The story on Elsa Peretti photographed in her New York apartment in 1976 is especially chic. A less-is-more design aesthetic is reflected across the board with her personal style, home decor, and her iconic jewelry line for Tiffany & Co. All in all, Peretti epitomizes an indisputable timeless style in my book.
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Photos: Horst P. Horst