VOGUE MAGAZINE The Custom of The Country by Annie Leibovitz. Grace Coddington, September 2012,
To escape the heat, Wharton, accompanied by intimates Henry James (novelist Jeffrey Eugenides, far left) and Morton Fullerton (actor Jack Huston, far right), motored over the hills and valleys, her loyal chauffeur, Charles Cook (actor Elijah Wood) at the wheel. On Vodianova: Donna Karan New York pinstriped coat. Stephen Jones Millinery hat. On Eugenides: Paul Stuart coat. On Wood: Coat from Angels the Costumiers. On Huston: Polo Ralph Lauren suit.
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STRONG STANCE - Although accustomed to battles of the drawing-room—not battlefield—variety, Wharton shared with her friend Theodore Roosevelt (actor James Corden, center) a personal vigor, self-discipline, and fighting spirit that seemed uniquely American. Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière canvas jacket with leather sleeves and skirt, made for Vogue. On Corden and Eugenides: Polo Ralph Lauren suits.
Extended Family - The scene-stealing simplicity of a slim turtleneck over an elegant mid-calf skirt still isn’t enough to distract from Elson’s body language, which betrays her tense and secret intimacy with Shannon. Bottega Veneta mustard-colored cashmere sweater ($950; Bottega Veneta boutiques) and Jil Sander charcoal cotton skirt ($790; Blake, Chicago).
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