Tish Jett

Tish Jett is a writer and editor. She has been an editor at “American Elle,” Midwest Bureau Chief for “Women’s Wear Daily” and “W,” and Style Editor for the “International Herald Tribune”. Nearly 30 years ago, she moved to France for work, and stayed for love. Her blog is A Femme d’Un Certain Age; she muses about style on her similarly titled Facebook page. Her new book, Forever Chic, is an exploration of “Frenchwomen’s Secrets for Timeless Beauty, Style, and Substance.”

Books · Fashion & Beauty

Book Review: “Diana Vreeland: The Modern Woman”

By Tish Jett
By Tish Jett

The pages take us on a chronological journey through her career from 1936 to 1962. As we move along we see the evolution of fashion within the context of the world it inhabited. We see Vreeland’s brilliance, her comprehension of the culture of the pre- and post-war years and the radical societal changes culminating in the Pop 60s.

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Fashion & Beauty

Falling in Love with Paris in the Fall

By Tish Jett
By Tish Jett

The city comes alive when the weather turns sparkly crisp. With the sun high and bright, a shimmery light makes everything glitter with an almost palpable excitement. It’s impossible to explain—it’s in the air, it’s electric, it’s irresistible.

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