>> In less than two weeks, Carine Roitfeld is headed out the door at Vogue Paris, with Emmanuelle Alt set to take over on Feb. 1. Roitfeld's last issue will be for March, and although there's been no intel on who might feature on that cover — her last for the magazine — her second to last...

While the fashion world (or just me) has gone into Anna Dello Russo overload (does no one have anything new to add to the conversation?) information has surfaced about the next move for ex-Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld: she is set to pen a book. The book will be called Carine...

>> She didn't name names, but it was fairly clear that Franca Sozzani, in a blog post last month, was criticizing one of Carine Roitfeld's last issues of Vogue Paris — the December Tom Ford guest-edited issue. In a more recent interview, Sozzani said , "Honestly, I don't think a stylist has a...

Image via Vogue Paris Twitter In celebration of her second cover as editor in chief of Vogue Paris, Emmanuelle Alt placed Kate on the cover, dressed in blue and white, against a bright red background. The supermodel was snapped by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott in London to pair with a...

The April issue of Vogue Paris is Emmanuelle Alt's first issue as editor-in-chief of the publication, and the cover of the issue has now been released. As rumoured a while back, Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen has been chosen for the Spring cover. She is dressed in a fresh white mini-dress...

Because top fashion editors are celebrities now, The Daily Telegraph's Hilary Alexander interviewed new Vogue Paris editrix Emmanuelle Alt about who she is and what her vision is for Vogue. Things we learned: Alt sometimes doubts she's French, doesn't have any super radical plans for the...

A handful of hot-dressed celebs, including Jessica Alba and Olivia Wilde , took a break from Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week last night to honor Gucci 's Frida Giannini (she's the creative director of the company...aka the head honcho) at a dinner hosted by former 'Vogue Paris' editor in...

Stylist and editor-in-chief extraordinaire(does Vogue Paris ring any bells??), Carine Roitfeld is resigning from her post at Vogue Paris after ten years of hard work and extreme dedication. Everyone from both the publishing biz and the fashion industry is wondering why Carine is stepping out...

! Carine Roitfeld photograph © Condé Nast and Hedi Slimane. All Rights Reserved. Vogue Paris cover image featuring Carine Roitfeld created by Kellina de Boer. Update on vendredi 17 décembre 2010 by kellina Here is the statement issued by Condé Nast regarding Carine Roitfeld's departure...

In a shocking surprise move, Vogue Paris' Editor in Chief, Carine Roitfeld, will leave her position come end of January. "It's 10 years that I'm editor of the magazine," Roitfeld told the NY Times' Cathy Horyn in a telephone interview. "I think it's time to do something different." Since...

 

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