The last of the September issues are trickling in and The Fashion Spot has just posted Vogue Paris. EIC Emmanuelle Alt went with an interesting cover choice in Charlotte Casiraghi, photographed by Mario Testino. Royals are obvs having a moment and it's a nice change to see the gorgeous Charlotte Casiraghi instead of more Kate Middleton. But do you like the photo? The folks on TFS are none too pleased. What's your take?
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The Dolce & Gabbana Dress Gisele Wears on Emmanuelle's First Vogue Paris Cover Appears on Two Other International Vogue Covers
The news just keeps pouring in about Vogue Paris' April 2011 cover, the first under the tenure of new EIC Emmanuelle Alt. Apparently the lace Dolce & Gabbana dress Gisele sports on Vogue Paris' cover appears on the February and April covers of two other magazines. Even worse, the two other mags are editions of Vogue: Spain and Germany.
Vogue Paris' August Cover Features Lara Stone and Some '60s Style Optimism
Dutch beauty Lara Stone is the cover star of August's Vogue Paris. Shot by Inez and Vinoodh, the cover is a dramatic departure from the close up shots that have dominated the VP since the start of Emmanuelle Alt's tenure.
Emmanuelle Alt's First Vogue Paris Cover to Feature Gisele in Dolce & Gabbana
Ever since Emmanuelle Alt was named as Carine Roitfeld's successor at Vogue Paris, there's been much speculation as to what Alt would do with the revered mag. Early on Gisele Bündchen was confirmed as Alt's first cover, shot by Inez and Vinoodh in St. Barth's, but what would she wear? We thought perhaps Balenciaga, as a way put an end to the bad blood between Vogue Paris and the iconic French brand that existed during Carine's reign. Others thought Balmain or Isabel Marant were shoe-ins because of Alt's previous position as stylist to those two houses. (Jobs she gave up for her new gig as Editor-in-Chief.) Today, however, the mystery is over, as Alt confirmed to Vogue UK that the cover would feature Gisele wearing Dolce & Gabbana.
Carla Bruni Covers Vogue Paris, Says She's 'Not a Feminist'
Though husband Nicolas Sarkozy is no longer the president of France, ex-French First Lady Carla Bruni is still hanging out in the public eye this winter. The former supermodel (and pal of Emmanuelle Alt) just landed the cover of the December/January issue of Vogue Paris.