How 'Visionaire' Became Much More Than a Traditional Print Magazine
We chatted with "Visionaire" Creative Director Greg Foley about the magazine's 25-year history and its offshoot, "V" magazine.
How Brian Phillips Built One of Fashion’s Most Powerful PR Firms Straight Out of College
Now, with the launch of Framework, the Black Frame founder is bringing his specific, unwavering point of view to creative projects.
Why Fashion Marketers Should Be Paying Attention to Ello
The social network is still in beta, but brands and creatives are already taking notice.
Kate Upton Covers 'Elle' UK, Victoria Beckham Gifted Kate Middleton Some Louboutins
And Lily Allen runs around Glastonbury in watermelon hot pants for her latest music vid.
Jourdan Dunn's 1st Maybelline Ad, Amanda Seyfried Covers 'Elle' UK, Adriana Lima Separates From Husband
And Ralph Lauren is dressing Calvin Klein for the Met Ball.
Cecilia Dean on Visionaire 63, the World's First All-Metal Magazine
We've all heard the phrase "Nothing lasts forever," but Visionaire is seeking to disprove that theory with its 63rd edition. Titled "Forever" and entirely made of metal, the magazine is a collaboration with G-Shock and features eight imprinted images by artists like Inez & Vinoodh, Craig McDean, Karl Lagerfeld, Yoko Ono, Richard Avedon, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari in a metal casing--it's the world's first all metal magazine. The party took the silvery metal theme and ran with it. The Clocktower Gallery was transformed into a silver playland complete with silver confetti, mylar balloons, and even glitter cocktails. Guests including Cecilia Dean, James Kaliardos, Sofia Sanchez Barrenechea, Ladyfag, Hilary Rhoda, Heidi Mount, Constance Jablonski, and Vika Gazinskaya committed to the metallic theme with glittering outfits or accessories, although no one tried harder than a girl wearing light up mouse ears. We caught up with Visionaire founder and all-over inspirational person Cecilia Dean to get the low down on how the magazine was made and what she wishes could last forever.
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Rumor: Carine Roitfeld's New Mag Will Be Based in NYC
Carine Roitfeld is putting out her own magazine in September. She's made no secret of this fact. She told Karl Lagerfeld, when he guest edited the Metro, that she will "start out doing two a year" and that she wants the mag to be "the link between the runway and the real woman." She also told Dazed Digital that the magazine "needs to be international and in English." But we don't know much more beyond that. Who will publish the magazine? Who else is on board? Where will it be based? Finally, some more details.