“I really can’t define a great photograph other than it has to grab you, it has to arrest you, it has to give you some kind of emotion.” – GRACE CODDINGTON
In vogue for over 45 years, Grace Coddington’s collective works have been assembled for the first time in her forthcoming book, Saving Grace: My Fashion Archive 1968-2016 – available now for pre-order now in advance of its hotly anticipated December 9th launch.
Coddington’s new archive makes the perfect gift for anyone with an interest in the culture of fashion this holiday season. Encompassing a reissued Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue and the new Grace: The American Vogue Years, the collection provides an intimate look at the life of a fashion icon and stylist, who in concert with some of the world’s greatest photographers, has given us images of unprecedented complexity and drama.
In this Indigo exclusive interview, we invite you to join us for a moment with one of fashion’s biggest names. Watch as she reveals the nature of a great photograph, and the feeling of looking back on a life well-lived.