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With the departure of a huge chunk of Elle.com's team this spring, followed by the departure of accessories editors Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, and then Style Director Kate Lanphear, there's no question that Elle EIC Robbie Myers has had a lot of holes to fill in the magazine's masthead. And that's just what she's doing. According to a press release we received from Hearst, Myers has made two new editorial hires, effective immediately.
As I approached the Elle team (featuring Joe Zee and EIC Robbie Myers) front row at the Jason Wu show to ask them some questions, none other than Shailene Woodley plopped down in the empty seat next to Zee. In an unassuming (yet totally chic) sweater and skinny pants, she started chatting with Elle about how comfortable her shoes were. And no, they were not those five-toed shoes that made headlines after she wore them to an after party post-Golden Globes--they were sky-high Jason Wu's, of course. She was shockingly not swarmed by photogs, so I loitered around until she finished her conversation and took the opportunity to ask her about those shoes, her Oscar dress, and what she's been learning at fashion week.
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Elle's finally got an iPad app! But before you run to download it, make sure to watch this promotional video. Sure, Robbie, Joe, and Erin are great,
Elle is taking heat for their October issue over claims that the mag lightened cover girl Gabourey Sidibe's skin. Here's the criticism: "Sidibe’s skin is noticeably lighter than usual. Elle clearly couldn’t handle Sidibe’s real skin color, and traded away her actual color for something dramatically lighter," Julianne Hing wrote in ColorLines, an online magazine that tackles issues around racism and social justice. Elle swiftly denied the accusations. "We absolutely did not lighten her skin," Elle's EIC Robbie Myers told E! last night at the Oscar de la Renta show. "It's not a controversy."
Unemployed? Got a DVR? Then be sure to check out Martha Stewart's television show this month, as it's a feast for fashion lovers. This Tuesday, April
The Met Ball might have been Monday but the fashion pack just keeps going and going, so we made the three obligatory stops last night and this is what