'Lady Day' in Vogue Features Supermodel Amber Valletta & Steven Meisel

 - Apr 19, 2010   Updated: Aug 15 2011
References: vogue & fashiongonerogue
When I saw 'Lady Day' in Vogue, I couldn't help but hum the classic "Ladies Who Lunch" (from the musical 'Company,' if you're interested). Photographer Steven Meisel shot this incredible editorial, which features Amber Valletta as eight separate characters, each created by stylist and Vogue creative director Grace Coddington.

I could easily see any of the female figures from 'Lady Day' in Vogue presiding over a charity dinner, fundraising ball or society event.

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