January/February 2017: The Winter White Edition

Winter White

The lovely issue is Victoria’s winter white edition, with features on well-appointed seasonal interiors, an inspiring selection of entrepreneurs who made beauty by following their bliss, and a delectable spread of desserts à la Marie Antoinette. Also in this issue: mouthwatering sweet and savory crêpe recipes, the Laura Ingalls Wilder home, and the treasure troves of the Provençal brocantes of L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, France. With this issue, we introduce our 2017 Artist in Residence, designer of note and style icon Carolyne Roehm, and our Writer-in-Residence, beloved essayist and author Phyllis Theroux.

Take a closer look at some of our favorite January/February features:

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The Venice of Provence
A charming village in the foothills of France’s Luberon region has distinguished itself in a way that makes it irresistible to antiques enthusiasts.

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The Timeless Brilliance of Birthstones
Explore the history and lore of the birthstone, that lovely collectible gem. 

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The Art of Glass
Annie Morhauser has embraced her passion for glass blowing, along with the art of imperfection.

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Haven at Home
A sprawling acreage in the English Midlands holds a treasure trove decades in the making. 

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The Joie de Vivre of Marie Antoinette
Amid the priceless luxuries of amity and repartee, toast guests with an array of desserts at a celebration fit for royalty.
 

Our January/February 2017 issue of Victoria will be on newsstands December 20, or order online today!

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2 Comments

  • I loved Victoria for many years and subscribed, and occasionally see an issue now in print, but I have to tell you, you have gone over the top for my taste. Too much frilly, or I don’t know how to put it, but it’s just not the same, and I understand you may feel the need to be different, but I really loved your magazine, but now, the look in it, well, it’s just too much for me.

  • I love this edition! So breathtakingly beautiful! The pictures in the Marie Antoinette article are my favorite, I could look at them forever.

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