Who Will Replace Carine Roitfeld at Vogue Paris? A List of Fantasy Suggestions

Of course the question after "What will Carine do next?" is: "Who will replace her?" We have our own ideas. Some are so out there that we can't imagine them actually happening, but it's fun to think about. Who would you like to see replace Carine at Vogue Paris? (Okay, we know the real answer is "no one," but that's not an option.) Click through to see our picks.
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Of course the question after "What will Carine do next?" is: "Who will replace her?" We have our own ideas. Some are so out there that we can't imagine them actually happening, but it's fun to think about.

Who would you like to see replace Carine at Vogue Paris? (Okay, we know the real answer is "no one," but that's not an option.) Click through to see our picks.

Emmanuelle Alt. French Vogue's fashion director for the past 10 years, Alt would be a likely pick to continue Roitfeld's legacy.

Aliona Doletskaya. The recently resigned EIC of Russian Vogue was rumored to be heading to POP, but she should not be discounted as a possible successor (that is if the French are cool with a Russian stepping in).

Olivier Zahm. The editor-in-chief of Purple and Terry Richardson BFF is writing a book on Carine. He's sexy and subversive, but the time commitment would be a hindrance.

Anastasia Barbieri. The stylist, who wears suiting better than anyone else, could be an interesting choice.

Virginie Mouzat. Le Figaro's fashion director seems to be a likely choice. Although we're not sure how her mass market background will translate.

Catherine Baba. The beloved stylist is definitely a fashion character.

Daphne Guinness. "Can you imagine the insanity she'd turn out?" says an industry friend. Yes we can. And it would be amazing.