Hannah MacGibbon Out at Chloe? Plus, Dior Sources Say It's Tisci...and Carine?

From the weekend emerged more crazy designer gossip. According to Eric Wilson at the New York Times, Hannah MacGibbon is likely to be exiting Chloe after this season. The label, which is owned by Richemont, is said to have already interviewed candidates for the job. We hope this isn't true, mostly because we really like MacGibbon's work. But back to that other little situation. Sources inside the house of Dior tell Fashionista that the rumor within the company goes like this: Riccardo Tisci is most definitely in, and Carine Roitfeld will serve as the label's stylist. Roitfeld was most recently linked to Hedi Slimane's rumored takeover of YSL, although the Stefano Pilati-directed label's expertly placed piece in the Times seems to have muffled those whispers.
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From the weekend emerged more crazy designer gossip. According to Eric Wilson at the New York Times, Hannah MacGibbon is likely to be exiting Chloe after this season. The label, which is owned by Richemont, is said to have already interviewed candidates for the job. We hope this isn't true, mostly because we really like MacGibbon's work. But back to that other little situation. Sources inside the house of Dior tell Fashionista that the rumor within the company goes like this: Riccardo Tisci is most definitely in, and Carine Roitfeld will serve as the label's stylist. Roitfeld was most recently linked to Hedi Slimane's rumored takeover of YSL, although the Stefano Pilati-directed label's expertly placed piece in the Times seems to have muffled those whispers.
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From the weekend emerged more crazy designer gossip.

According to Eric Wilson at the New York Times, Hannah MacGibbon is likely to be exiting Chloe after this season. The label, which is owned by Richemont, is said to have already interviewed candidates for the job. We hope this isn't true, mostly because we really like MacGibbon's work.

But back to that other little situation. Sources inside the house of Dior tell Fashionista that the rumor within the company goes like this: Riccardo Tisci is most definitely in, and Carine Roitfeld will serve as the label's stylist. Roitfeld was most recently linked to Hedi Slimane's rumored takeover of YSL, although the Stefano Pilati-directed label's expertly placed piece in the Times seems to have muffled those whispers.