BATHED in hazy summer sunshine, actress and world-famous redhead Julianne Moore smoulders on the front cover of July Vogue - the annual Ageless Style issue which features women, like Moore andAlexa Chung, who are confident and beautiful at any age.
Moore talks politics, national identity and being directed by Tom Ford - all whilst showcasing the season's collections with her signature irresistible allure. Elsewhere, women including Celia Birtwell, Bella Freud, Jane Shepherdson and Louise Gray talk about fashion at any age - whilst posing in the clothes that make them feel comfortable now.
In her editor's letter, Alexandra Shulman asserts that "fashion, as you get older, is about confidence, enjoyment and the ability to find a look you feel comfortable with." Appropriately, the woman who is surely the modern epitome of that concept, American First Lady Michelle Obama, is photographed with the other "First Wives" at the Royal Opera House.