THE FACE YOU’VE SEEN EVERYWHERE, from campaigns, to fashion editorials, to Page Six where she permanently resides, is that of Bella Hadid. In fact, both Hadid sisters seem to have swept across the industry at an unprecedented speed. And yet, in this W Magazine editorial styled by Edward Enninful, it seems that for once, the focus isn’t on Bella, but on the clothes. There is a breathtaking pink fur coat embroidered with delicate floral motifs; a striking red caftan-esque gown that needs no accessories to be heard; and a series of cocktail dresses with ruched and puckered sleeves or delicate black and pink trimmings. The result is something between Marie Antoinette and Gloria Vanderbilt: opulent, yet elegant. Perhaps it’s an allusion to the renaissance portraits of Italian and French aristocracy in the XVI Century, who would dress in their best gowns for Raphael or Titian to capture them in painting. The editorial is one to print and hang on your inspiration board or vanity mirror. Minimalism is overrated, after all. — Victoria.