More On Carine's Plans After French Vogue (Hint: They Do Not Involve Tom Ford)

The fashion world was sent reeling last Friday when news broke that Carine Roitfeld would leave French Vogue after serving as the mag's editor for the past 10 years. After recovering from the shock, speculations began as to whom would succeed Roitfeld (fashion director Emmanuelle Alt seems to be the front runner but we assembled a list of our fantasy picks), and what Roitfeld would do next. Though Roitfeld told Cathy Horyn at the New York Times that she has "no plan at all" after she steps down in the coming weeks, industry insiders began speculating that she might return to Tom Ford. Which would make sense given their close relationship--Carine served as Ford's muse and stylist while he was at Gucci in the '90s and helped propel the brand to success, Ford just launched his own women's collection, and most recently, he guest-edited French Vogue (an issue Roitfeld styled). Alas, no such reunion is in the cards (yet).
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The fashion world was sent reeling last Friday when news broke that Carine Roitfeld would leave French Vogue after serving as the mag's editor for the past 10 years. After recovering from the shock, speculations began as to whom would succeed Roitfeld (fashion director Emmanuelle Alt seems to be the front runner but we assembled a list of our fantasy picks), and what Roitfeld would do next. Though Roitfeld told Cathy Horyn at the New York Times that she has "no plan at all" after she steps down in the coming weeks, industry insiders began speculating that she might return to Tom Ford. Which would make sense given their close relationship--Carine served as Ford's muse and stylist while he was at Gucci in the '90s and helped propel the brand to success, Ford just launched his own women's collection, and most recently, he guest-edited French Vogue (an issue Roitfeld styled). Alas, no such reunion is in the cards (yet).
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The fashion world was sent reeling last Friday when news broke that Carine Roitfeld would leave French Vogue after serving as the mag's editor for the past 10 years.

After recovering from the shock, speculations began as to whom would succeed Roitfeld (fashion director Emmanuelle Alt seems to be the front runner but we assembled a list of our fantasy picks), and what Roitfeld would do next.

Though Roitfeld told Cathy Horyn at the New York Times that she has "no plan at all" after she steps down in the coming weeks, industry insiders began speculating that she might return to Tom Ford. Which would make sense given their close relationship--Carine served as Ford's muse and stylist while he was at Gucci in the '90s and helped propel the brand to success, Ford just launched his own women's collection, and most recently, he guest-edited French Vogue (an issue Roitfeld styled).

Alas, no such reunion is in the cards (yet). “Carine and I have no plans to work together at the moment, and it is nothing that we have even discussed, but of course I think she is brilliant and we are close friends so who knows about the future,” Ford told the New York Times. And today Roitfeld confirmed to WWD, "I’m not announcing that I am leaving for a new job with a magazine or as a consultant for a large luxury brand."