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:


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.


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


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


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


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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  1. 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.

  2. 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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