VOGUE maybe is a magazine about Vogue magazine. And People magazine and US Weekly. It is looking at the CLOSER THAN THEY APPEAR reflection of familiar faces through a rear view mirror—and then breaking that mirror. VOGUE believes in reclaiming beauty, deconstructing and redistributing. The first issue is about DUALITY. For every beaded, bejeweled rocker chick shimmying in an extravagant fur and short skirt, there’s a minimalist sporting a sober dress that gives maximum coverage. For every over-the-top fur scarf, there’s a discreet, long-closet-life purse. There’s also been a gender swap as Savile Row tweeds morph into Hitchcock heroine–worthy clothes that echo the mystery and glamour of the forties, fifties, and early sixties. In the end, all this comes down to the edit: The way women decide to make the pieces this season work for their wardrobes. 'I have to work out Monday through Friday for almost two hours every day, and it’s a nightmare. Sometimes I cry, I can’t do this anymore!' Paltrow whined.