It has been officially confirmed that Emmanuelle Alt will become French Vogue's new Editor-in-Chief as of February 1st. Carine Roitfeld, who headed the title for ten years, announced her resignation in December. Alt, who has also worked as a stylist for Balmain and Balenciaga, was the firm...

Carine Roitfeld can take on all those glamorous projects she was supposed to ignore when she was editor of French Vogue, such as styling the Barneys catalogue and windows — and the Chanel campaign. Roitfeld's successor at French Vogue, Emmanuelle Alt, has also styled for Chanel in the past....

>> Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris's fashion director under Carine Roitfeld, has — as expected — been named Roitfeld's successor as editor-in-chief of the magazine. The change is effective Feb. 1, and Alt's name will appear at the top of Vogue Paris's masthead starting with the April issue,...

Emmanuelle Alt Named Carine Roitfeld's Successor at French Vogue by Franklin Melendez It comes as little surprise, but we're happy to report that Emmanuelle Alt will be taking over the top spot at French Vogue. The announcement today by Condé Nast France chairman Xavier Romatet put an end to a...

In her new position as Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Paris much has been made about what direction Emmanuelle Alt will take the magazine. Though it has largely been assumed not much will change as Alt was Carine Roitfeld's right-hand-woman over the past decade, there were in fact a number of...

If you may have seen Carine Roitfeld roaming the streets of NY over the past few days and thought "what is she doing here, fashion month is over?" Good news, it was for a purpose. The ex- French Vogue editrix has landed a gig with Barneys as their new guest editor, muse, and stylist for...

I knew that the rumors about Emmanuelle Alt replacing Carine Roitfeld are true. I'm still shocked that she will no longer be working at Vogue after this January! I've always have been an admirer of Carine's personality, she knows what she wants, and when she wants it, and you always have to...

Vogue Paris has just announced that Emmanuelle Alt will be taking the position of Editor in Chief. As the Fashion Director of French Vogue for over ten years, she worked very closely with Carine and knows the job. She previously worked as a contributor at Mixte as well as spending five years...

Emmanuelle Alt Named Creative Director of Vogue Paris Ah, the wait (and the speculation!) is over. Alt previously worked as the Fashion Director for the magazine, and has also worked as a stylist for brands such as Balmain and Isabel Marant. While it will take hard work and a cunning,...

As expected Emmanuelle Alt has been confirmed as French Vogue's newest editor-in-chief, taking over from Carine Roitfeld who helmed the title for a decade. Known for her rock chic style, Alt worked alongside Roitfeld as fashion director for 10 years. Effective from 1st February, Alt's name...

 

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