"Kristen was a big problem with my brother at first; she was crazy!" recalls designer Donatella Versace in a new Style.com/Print profile of supermodel Kirsten McMenamy. According to Versace, it was "like a war" anytime a new girl came on the scene, and when McMenamy arrived in the early '90s, well, let's just say we kinda wish fashion reality shows were around then.
The fourth issue of Style.com/Print is out today with a list of the top 10 most-viewed shows on Style.com nestled inside--and it's pretty fascinating to see who made the cut.
Nestled towards the end of the Spring 2013 edition of Style.com/Print is a piece profiling the relationship between Jacobs and Grand. In addition to, you know, being the EIC at LOVE, Grand has been styling for Jacobs' Louis Vuitton shows for the past seven years now and says they've never had a fight. So what's the glue that keeps this fashion pairing together, despite long and crazy hours? Charlie the Unicorn.
In the latest issue of Style.com/Print, journalist Maya Singer catches up with Cara Delevingne during fashion month, where the model walked an impressive 39 shows, to give us a behind-the-scenes look at the rise of an "It Girl". With killer bone structure, aristocratic roots, and a huge family fortune, Cara was probably always destined for "It Girl" status--just don't tell her that.
For the second ever issue of Style.com/print, Style.com's foray into the glossy world, Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz gave the magazine unprec
Style.com/Print, that's Style.com's new print mag (if you haven't heard), doesn't hit newsstands--or the web--until Monday, October 31 but we've got an exclusive first look at one of the juiciest features in the new issue: An interview and photo essay spotlighting legendary designer Azzedine Alaïa. Photographer Kacper Kasprzyk shot model Saskia de Brauw in head-to-toe Azzedine Alaïa (left) for the debut issue, and the photos are accompanied by a Q & A with Alaïa (conducted by Style.com EIC Dirk Standen) as well as a profile on de Brauw.
Back in April, we reported that Style.com would be launching a print magazine in the near future and now, here it is. The New York Times reports that the glossy magazine will hit newsstands next week and will go by the name of Style.com/Print. Besides its awkward title, which the Times' Eric Wilson calls "puzzling" and the slightly befuddling concept to begin with (how would clicking through endless runway shows translate into print?), the new magazine actually sounds pretty interesting.