Shining Persian Stars

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Photo: Everett Collection/ Mondadori Portfolioempress-farah-pahlavi
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Photo: Courtesy of www.googoosh.tvcaroline-issa
Photographed by Norman Jean Roy, Vogue, January 2012 shirin-neshat
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Photographed by Annemarieke Van Drimmelen, Vogue, December 2011forrough-farrokhzad
Photo: Courtesy of foroughfarrokhzad.org
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Photo: Krista Anna Lewismarjane-satrapi
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Most women strive to get that extra something that differentiates their personal style from everyone else. We all want to be timeless and striking but in a complete category of our own. So we’re very pleased that Persian style, in particular, just got some lovely coverage in the latest issue of Vogue. It goes through an eclectic list of fashionably dressed Persian women from past to present. We are especially taken with Caroline Issa, who continuously chooses big, bold patterns and interesting details. For a more traditionally Persian approach to style, film maker Shirin Neshat goes along the the traditional route of black-rimmed eyes and embellished clothing.

  1. Princess Soraya Esfandiari-Bakhtiari
  2. Empress Farah Pahlavi
  3. Googoosh, Singer
  4. Caroline Issa, Fashion Editor
  5. Shirin Neshat, Visual Artist and Film Director
  6. Yasmin Le Bon, Model
  7. Forough Farrokhzad, Poet
  8. Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Retailer
  9. Marjane Satrapi, Illustrator, Filmmaker
  10. Golshifteh Farahani, Actress
  11. Shohreh Aghdashloo, Actress

Read more about these Persian women and their Persian style in the Vogue Article –
From Empresses to Disco Queens: Meet These Unsung Persian Style Stars!