Add another read to your blog roll: Vogue UK is finally in the mix. We love the site for lots of news coming out of Europe, and of course we're known fans of what EIC Alexandra Shulman does with the magazine each month. It's always a great read. They've wrangled insiders from their own staff along with others like Savannah Miller to share their insights and favorites. Magazines, especially the American ones, have been slow to jump onto the internet in an impressive way. But we have high hopes for what the Vogue UK team has to offer. And at the very least we'll reserve judgment for a bit.
Vogue UK's Alexandra Shulman Says Adele Was Worst-Selling Cover, Thinks Sample Sizes Are Too Small
British Vogue EIC Alexandra Shulman gave a talk in London Wednesday night and the magazine published some of the most interesting takeaways on its own blog--something we can't imagine ever happening at American Vogue. And at Italian Vogue, Franca Sozzani would have just blogged about it herself. Regardless, Shulman, who flies pretty under the radar for a Vogue editor, revealed some interesting tidbits--like how one of the best-selling recording artists on the planet can't sell fashion magazines, her burning desire to get Kate Middleton and how too-small sample sizes have prompted her to write letters to designers. Apparently, music stars don't sell magazines: