This evening Carine Roitfeld hosted a private Vogue Paris dinner in honor of Gucci's creative director Frida Giannini at Hôtel de La Rochefoucauld-Doudeauville, the Parisian home of the Italian ambassador, His Excellency Giovanni Caracciolo di Vietri. Among the lovely guests were Stefano...

For her final Vogue Paris cover Carine Roitfeld has chosen Dutch model Saskia de Brauw, "I love risk... Now I found a new girl called Saskia. She has short hair, no one knows her, and this is going to be my last cover." The shot of Saskia above in Dolce & Gabbana by Mario Sorrenti is taken...

, I am delighted to note that this same photo appeared on I Want To Be A Roitfeld last December in " Carine Roitfeld In The Crowd ." Congratulations on this well-deserved honor, Pierre! Everybody you know and their priest has been talking about it for months and here it is, on my dining...

The wait is almost over for Emmanuelle Alt's first issue of Vogue Paris, and the magazine posted some of the final photos on its blog to tantalize—and torture—us until it hits newsstands on March 25. Some things that we spy are: Anja Rubik in a white Alexander Wang jumpsuit, Malgosia Bela in...

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...

Now referred to as a book, rather than a biography, as previously thought, Roitfeld's first full-fledged venture into the publishing world (if we ignore the 10 years at Vogue Paris) is packed with 250 tear sheets and covers from Vogue and other glossies, plus almost as many personal photos,...

Carine Roitfeld, current Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Paris , has decided to step down after 10 years at the helm. Here's an English translation of the announcement on Vogue.fr : "After 10 years as editor in chief of Vogue Paris, Carine Roitfeld decides to leave the magazine. (Her) departure...

the likes of Balenciaga, Dior, Gucci, and Jean Paul Gaultier, Carine introduces a short-haired Kate Moss to Vogue Paris readers with her trademark 'understated luxe.' The dream team pairing of Kate modelling, Carine styling, and Mario Testino behind the lens perfectly captures the coolness of...

Ex Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld has completed her first book - a 368-page coffee table tome published by Rizzoli and titled Irreverent. The book, which is set for release on October 18th, features photo diaries, family photos, scanned notes and many other personal items which Carine has...

Carine Rotfield, Editor in Chief of Vogue Paris, will leave the french Vogue from January 2011. She said that she wants to be concentrated on her personal projects. Her replacement has to be announced. This is a photo that I took of her in Paris during the past fashion week. I remember she was...

 

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