Vogue Paris April 2011 issue comes out in 10 days. It will be first Vogue Paris issue with Emmanuelle Alt as Editor In Chief at the top of the masthead. Alt chose Gisele Bündchen for the cover - she was already photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matatin in St.Barts. That said, it won't be until August that an issue that completely reflects her vision comes out. Just don't expect it be "all rock 'n' roll" or radically changed in any way, Alt tells Hilary Alexander.
"Of course, some things will change, because we [Roitfeld and I] have a different eye," Alt continues. "I would like to have more beauty, more lifestyle. I want to use more young designers. We ...
Saskia de Brauw is on the cover of Vogue Italia March 2011 issue. The Dutch model was photographed by Steven Meisel wearing a Dolce & Gabbana lace mini dress embroidered with crystals.
Incidentally, this is Saskia de Brauw's second cover this month. She also appears on Vogue Paris March 2011 cover, photographed by Mert and Marcus. Not bad for a 29 year old model!
Sun Soaked Daria Werbowy was photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and styled by Emmanuelle Alt for an editorial called Pop Egérie in Vogue Paris March 2011 issue - the last one edited by Carine Roitfeld. The editorial showcases Spring 2011's bold prints and colors (and you know how much we love those) by the likes of Miu Miu, Jil Sander, Prada, Wunderkind and Issey Miyake.
Apparently Carine Roitfeld's decision to resign as the editor in chief of French Vogue wasn't purely Roitfeld's way to express her whimsy and punk rock demeanor.
According to Cathy Horyn, the bosses (and Franca Sozzani) were quite unhappy, to say the least, with French Vogue December 2010 issue guest-edited by Tom Ford. Even advertisers were upset and complained to Condé Nast - and that was it for Roitfeld. She offered to resign as a symbolic gesture and the bosses at Condé Nast took her up on that offer.
Carine Roitfeld tells Horyn her side of the story, "Maybe, maybe. Everybody has an opinion. Before, it wasn’t a problem, and anyway the magazine was doing very well. It’s difficult to work with a ...
In a rather surprising move Carine Roitfeld announced today that she will leave French Vogue (or Vogue Paris as some call it) at the end of January after ten years on the job. I guess she won't be replacing Anna Wintour anytime soon.
Roitfeld tells Cathy Horyn she doesn't leave the magazine on bad terms. The job simply got to comfortable for her, so she wishes to keep challenging herself and pursue other projects. Roitfeld explains, "I had so much freedom to do everything I wanted. I think I did a good job. When everything is good, maybe I think it’s the time to do something else."
Jonathan Newhouse, ceo of Condé Nast International, says of Carine Roitfeld, "Carine herself has become ...
Chloë Sevigny style sure did change over the years [HuffingtonPost Style]
Asian models are hot - fashion world finally realizes [Vogue]
Lanvin For H&M Fashion Show had everyone wearing ... Lanvin For H&M [The Cut]
On that note - Lanvin For H&M is already on eBay [eBay]
That French Vogue cover of Tom Ford's people have been waiting for [Grazia UK]
The Russian supermodel looked spectacular last Thursday in a black lace gown, leaving just enough for the imagination. My favorite look from that night. So effortless!
Marion Cotillard is the first non-model actress to grace French Vogue's cover in 5 years. She was photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott looking like a gorgeous siren. The strong-lips and bleached-eyebrows Givenchy look is really catching on, isn't it. Love magazine also did a variation of it for one of their collectible September covers.