Must Read: Anna Wintour Reveals the 2019 Met Gala Host Committee, Why Fashion Brands Still Spend Money on Print Ads
Plus, the resale market threatens to devalue Birkin bags.
Lady Gaga Covers the October 2018 Issue of 'Vogue'
A (cover) star is born.
Report: Tonne Goodman, Phyllis Posnick Stepping Down From 'Vogue'
The veteran editors — fashion director and executive fashion editor, respectively — are reportedly set to take on reduced roles.
Prince George Covers 'Vanity Fair,' Rita Ora Channels Marilyn for Roberto Cavalli, Marimekko Goes Mainstream
And Cate Blanchett wore Crocs.
Grace Coddington Told Us How She Gets Inspired at Last Night's Launch of Vogue: The Editor's Eye
It was difficult not to be a bit starstruck having opportunity to chat candidly to Grace Coddington, who told us that even she gets stuck for inspiration sometimes (hard to believe!).
Chloe Sevigny On Being the Face of Miu Miu Again
On the way into the Miu Miu show yesterday, we spotted campaign face Chloe Sevigny hanging out next to Vogue's Grace Coddington and Tonne Goodman. Despite her intimidating companions, we managed to grab a second with the consummate downtown girl to find out what it was like to reprise her role as the face of Miu Miu 16 later.
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Fashion News Roundup: Lena Dunham Has a 'Fun' New Boyfriend, David Bowie Gets a Museum Retrospective, and Keira Knightley Almost Flashed Karl Lagerfeld
Lena Dunham is reportedly dating Fun.'s guitarist Jack Antonoff. This could be beneficial for Dunham's closet, as Jack's sister is designer Rachel Ant
Haider Ackermann's Clothes Are Apparently Too Complicated for 'Hapless' Vogue Editors to Style
Anyone who thinks a fashion shoot is as easy as trying on clothes and taking pictures has obviously never styled someone in Haider Ackermann. Just ask Tonne Goodman--who, according to The Independent, had more than a little trouble outfitting Lady Gaga for her March 2011 Vogue cover. Apparently, the draping of Gaga's Romanesque kimono Ackermann ensemble was so complex, Goodman (or as The Independent refers to her, "the hapless fashion editor") "called the designer to ask for his personal help dressing her."