After Months of Speculation, Condé Nast Announces a New Era at 'Vogue' Paris
She's the latest of a series of EIC departures at international editions of the fashion magazine.
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Garance Doré on Her New Memoir and How Working With Emma Watson's Stylist Changed How She Dresses
We also talked about that time she was stalked by street style photographers.
Kendall Jenner Joins the Supermodel Ranks in 'Vogue' Paris's 95th Anniversary Issue
The publication is offering four covers — featuring four iconic cover stars — for a celebration nearly a century in the making.
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Why Some Street Style Superstars Are Shying Away from the Spotlight
If you feel like you didn't see much of street style starlet Taylor Tomasi Hill this past fashion month, that's because you didn't. Tomasi Hill is deliberately avoiding photographers, repeating outfits and slipping in and out of shows ala Anna Wintour, according to our sources. The reason? She reportedly wants her position as Moda Operandi's artistic director to be taken more seriously. To be fair, this doesn't mean she's gone altogether. Tomasi Hill did a photo diary for Harperbazaar.com over fashion week, and was featured on Style.com. But her dialed-back presence should not go unnoticed, as she's not the only one in that first crop of street style stars to selectively avoid the spotlight.
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.
Daria Werbowy, Stephanie Seymour and Lauren Hutton Cover Vogue Paris in Matching Mom Jeans
On the one hand, it does look a bit like a '90s Gap ad and we're sure Fashion Spot commenters are complaining about Alt's lackluster styling. But on the other hand, it's kind of amazing. Alt chose a great cast of gals who look awesome together, photographed beautifully by Inez & Vinoodh, and the simple outfits definitely highlight each woman's beauty.
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.
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
Gisele and Her Impossibly Perfect Sand-Covered Ass Covers Vogue Paris
You know it's almost officially summer when you start seeing topless pictures of Gisele popping up on magazine covers. This morning Vogue Paris twee
Would You Rather...? Laetitia Casta Styled By Carine Roitfeld or Emmanuelle Alt on the Cover of Vogue Paris
Continuing the recent resurgence of '90s supermodels, Laetitia Casta graces the cover of Vogue Paris' May 2012 issue (left). While the cover hasn'
Want to Look Like Emmanuelle Alt? Try Pierre Balmain's Fall Collection
Pierre Balmain, the more gently priced secondary line from Balmain, launched its second ever collection in Paris this week. The look is very Emmanuelle Alt (though she once styled Balmain's shows, she has nothing to do with the line): Skinny black pants (in leather or denim), an ultra-soft tee, and blazers with strong shoulders. When you want to mix it up--a leather motocross jacket. There's a little added glitz for fall in some sequined leggings, and a bit of Jane Birkin in the more flowy pieces (as you can see in the above video). And there's a little bit of Carine Roitfeld in that incredibly sexy sheer dress. So basically if you want to look like a chic French "It" girl--here you go.
Emmanuelle Alt Doesn't Think She's Inaccessible, Says Fashion Shouldn't Be Taken Too Seriously
Emmanuelle Alt is not your average Vogue editor and we're beginning to love her for that. When the French Vogue EIC enlisted her staff and some models to create this incredible video performance of "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by Wham! we thought it was the best thing we've seen fashion people do in a long time. It was completely unexpected, original and something we couldn't imagine Alt's American counterpart doing in our wildest dreams. And now, thanks to Grazia, we know how it came about. According to the British rag, it was all Alt's idea. "I didn’t really [have to] think about it too much, because you know, I love Wham and George Michael!’
Emmanuelle Alt Performs Wham! 'Wake Me Up' To the Celebrate Relaunch of Vogue.fr
This should make your Monday a little better. To celebrate the relaunch of Vogue.fr, Vogue Paris' website (it looks a lot cleaner and more like a Tu