While elsewhere in the story, other female impersonators take on Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani, teen blogger Tavi Gevinson and others. The images are interspersed with pre-published or –broadcast quotes pulled from sources such as 60 Minutes and Venegas' own Fanzine 137 . Only 1000...

Presumably Franca Sozzani will stand firm on behalf of John Galliano, arranging a position for him at Vogue Italia or representing one of Italy's luxury brands. On our end, we're clueless regarding the provocation she sees in the video. Since when is asking "You don't believe in world...

You go girl! 2) Franca Sozzani Open Call for Submissions Franca Sozzani, the great democratess of Fashion, once again opened the floor to Vogue.it's readers, taking submissions for 5 prize fashion week review commissions. Franca writes : " Another weekend in which you are the journalists....

I'm not saying bloggers should start dodging emails bearing campaign images and press releases from PRs and demand £10,000 for a two-second post. Nor am I saying that magazines shouldn't continue to reel in their funds from this tried-and-tested system, brands should pay to appear in...

Who says bloggers don't help print media? Now we have Lea T alone on the cover of LOVE's Androgyny issue , also lensed by Mert & Marcus. Previously, we had Lea T and Kate Moss in a sexy kiss on a LOVE cover. Justin Bieber has the second LOVE cover. Titled ‘The Beautiful One',

Sozzani says quite proudly in the new issue of Industrie magazine that she doesn't waste time around conference tables going over strategy — because she doesn't have to, and she simply doesn't have enough hours in the day to hold people's hands. Quoth Sozzani: "I never do meetings. Never....

In fact, persistent buggers that we are, I'm gonna go ahead and say that bloggers are more like the STI's of the fashion world than the sniffles. Uninvited, uncomfortable and the product of the reckless youth generation, like herpes, we will never truly go away.... Franca Writes: There are...

years ago, of course there were already bloggers, but it was seen as something of a hobby or an amateur form of fanning or geeking out over something. At the time, I wasn't happy with being labelled a 'blogger' as it had negative connotations and I was a professional journalist. But now I'm...

 

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