While the cover hasn't gotten the warmest reception from Fashion Spot commenters, we like the fresh, effortless simplicity and how it showcases Casta's natural beauty. Still, it's a far cry from pre-Emmanuelle Alt covers and, as one commenter pointed out, a good example of how the aesthetic of Vogue Paris is changing under Alt's direction. Case in point: on the right is how Carine Roitfeld styled Casta for the December/January 2009 issue. The two covers could not be more different--a testament to Casta's versatility as a model as well as Roitfeld and Alt's differing viewpoints as editors. But, is one "better" than the other?
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The Kids in Vogue Paris Are Dressing Much More Age-Appropriately These Days
When Carine Roitfeld left French Vogue, rumors circulated that one racy fashion editorial in particular was the reason for her firing. It featured children, like the now-infamous Thylane Blondeau, dressed provocatively in adult clothing and makeup, posing suggestively. It was a little creepy, as was much of Vogue Enfants. So it's no surprise to find that, like the rest of the magazine under new EIC Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris' children's editorials have gotten a little more tame--which is definitely a good thing.
Would You Rather...? The Marion Cotillard on the August Cover of American Vogue vs. French Vogue Edition
Quelle surprise! The lovely Marion Cotillard is covering not one, but two Vogue issues in August--the US edition, which we first revealed yesterday,
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.
Kate Moss, Lara Stone, and Daria Werbowy Wear the Same Dress on the Cover of Newly Redesigned Vogue Paris
Vogue Paris is just about the last fashion glossy to unveil its all-important September issue (why you always so slow, Vogue Italia?), and the reveal