The inaugural issue of the mag (launched this month) — and helmed by R29 fave Keith Pollock — boasts over 200 editorial pages, including a cover shot of the classically stunning Christy Turlington Burns snapped by famed lensman Bruce Weber. Inside, there's a fashion shoot in the former home-slash-studio of Richard Avedon, an interview with Wendy Vanderbilt Lehman, and a travel feature about design in Morocco. In short? It's jam packed with aspirational images and stories.
Yes, DuJour aims to reach the 1%, but we personally think just about anyone can take inspiration from Gilt's new glossy. Click through for a peek at our favorite images from the magazine.
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