So excited to announce that the Haus of Topper Liz Ombre Tassel Earrings, Orbiting Pearl Tassel Earrings, and Margaux Necklace were shot in the November issue of Vanidades Magazine styled by Adtresa Edmundson (@adtresa) and photographed by Christopher Logan (@cloganstudios).
Publication: Vanidades Magazine
Story: Es Hora de Brillar
Model: Selita Ebanks
Brands: Haus of Topper (pg. 46, 47, 51)
About: "Launched in 1961, Vanidades became the first Spanish- language women’s lifestyle magazine in the United States, and the first to accompany the Hispanic woman in her journey of her ever changing role as a woman through the decades. The Vanidades woman is a classic yet modern one that is defined by her different roles- a professional, a fashionista, an entertainer or a stay-at-home mom. Whatever her role, Vanidades provides a compelling and exciting all in one package covering everything that interests this multi-tasking Hispanic woman. From fashion and beauty, to health and travel, Vanidades presents all the information women need to be successful in an eloquent and relatable matter.
A pioneer in the market, Vanidades has accomplished many noteworthy achievements. It became the first Spanish-language magazine to interview top Latin designers such as Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta, and Narciso Rodriguez in the US; the first to cover international fashion shows directly from the runways in Milan, Paris, and New York; and the first to promote significant achievements of Latin women by creating the “Han Triunfado” section. By incorporating the pink ribbon on its cover, Vanidades also became the first Spanish-language magazine to draw attention to breast cancer awareness.
Through its editorial pages, Vanidades provokes emotion and nostalgia. Withits exclusive, in depth reporting and interviewing of icons, fashion, culture and entertainment, Vanidades sets the tone and stage for trends and ideas important to Hispanic women.
Having been in the market for 50 years, Vanidades has garnered legendary status amongst women across the Spanish-speaking Americas. It has become an item so essential that it is passed down from generation to generation, growing and evolving alongside its readers. Sophisticated, elegant and experienced, Vanidades delicately incorporates everything that the Hispanic woman is looking for."