This month's issue of Vogue holds a pleasant surprise nestled amidst the Kate Mosslove fest: a profile of newly installed Vogue Paris editor in chief Emmanuelle Alt. It's a surprisingly magnanimous move and a good example of Anna Wintour's somewhat recent campaign to prove that the fashion...

Vogue Paris is welcoming Emmanuelle Alt as the new Editor-in-chief after Rotfield stepping down from her position. The change is commencing from February 1st and from April's issue Alt's name will be on the masthead of Vogue Paris. "Vogue Paris is doing very well, and I wanted to entrust the...

>> 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,...

In her own words of acceptance she promises to keep developing the magazine, "It is a great honor for me, but also a great pleasure to become the editor of Vogue Paris that I know so well. In working with very talented teams I will try to develop the the incredible potential of Vogue Paris."...

learn something new today, I will use it. I have to reinvent myself." She continues: "I want to see a link between the catwalk and reality. It's difficult for the woman to understand how to wear the clothes she is seeing on the catwalk. Maybe I can find a new way of thinking and a totally...

Alt, who has served as fashion director of the French fashion bible for 10 years, will assume her position on Feb. 1. I'm actually very happy to hear this news as Emmanuelle Alt was my choice for editor-in-chief. I'm happy to hear that while the aesthetic of Vogue Paris will continue more...

Is Emmanuelle Alt to take over from Carine Roitfeld? While we wait to find out who will be replacing Carine Roitfeld , rumours are swelling that the job will shortly be going to Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris' fashion director. Other names being bandied about include Virginie Mouzat, editor of...

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Well, now you'll remember it as interpreted by Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris editor in chief (with a little help from Mademoiselle Agnes, a well known fashion authority in France) and her backup girls: Karmen Pedaru, Kendra Spears, Jasmine Tookes, Anja Rubik. Madonna's Super Bowl Vogue...

but also a great pleasure to become the editor of Vogue Paris that I know so well. In working with very talented teams I will try to develop the the incredible potential of Vogue Paris." -Emmanuelle Alt via Vogue Paris Emmanuelle Alt Say Hello, or in this case, Bonjour, to Emmanuelle...

 

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