Veronica Webb Tells Editorialist She Likes Being Called an Icon

Editorialist, the new online mag/ecommerce hybrid founded by former Elle accessories editors Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, has just debuted its second issue. And they're already nabbing some pretty big names for such a new venture--namely actress Jordana Brewster and Nineties icon Veronica Webb.
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Editorialist, the new online mag/ecommerce hybrid founded by former Elle accessories editors Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, has just debuted its second issue. And they're already nabbing some pretty big names for such a new venture--namely actress Jordana Brewster and Nineties icon Veronica Webb.
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Editorialist, the new online mag/ecommerce hybrid founded by former Elle accessories editors Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, has just debuted its second issue. And they're already nabbing some pretty big names for such a new venture--namely actress Jordana Brewster and Nineties icon Veronica Webb.

We have an exclusive behind-the scenes video from their shoot (spoiler alert: they're both really hot), and a sneak peek at Webb's dishy interview. Let's just say the 48-year-old (excuse me?!) Webb hasn't lost any of her confidence over the years. Some highlights:

On being called an "icon:"

Icon is a lovely word. I'm happy when people refer to me that way. The whole point of fashion is to inspire people to take a dream and make it a reality.

On becoming friends with Azzedine Alaia:

He couldn't speak English and I couldn't speak French, but we instantly became family. He's incredibly warm and open and nurturing.

On Royalton by Veronica Webb, her clothing line for OpenSky:

I talk to customers all day long about what they need, what they like, what fits. My goal here is the same thing I've been doing with my sisters and my best friends for years, which is taking everything I've learned in fashion and helping people build an ultimate wardrobe that looks really extravagant but is economical because everything works with everything else.

Watch the exclusive behind-the-scenes video below and head to Editorialist for more.