It's rare that I post editorials on this blog but I just had to share Géraldine Saglio's feature for the Spring 2011 issue of Vogue Enfants photographed by Matthew Brookes. It makes such a change from the overtly sexualised images seen previously in Vogue Enfants under Carine Roitfeld's editorship. Instead, the styling is on trend, low key and age-appropriate. It's a breath of fresh air in a sea of editorials in which audacious appears to have become synonymous with plain risqué. Alt's plans for a more "feminine vogue" seem to have been accomplished to great effect; the harshness of older Paris Vogue editorials has faded and been replaced with an almost intimate mood, resulting in a magazine that women really want to read.