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Just shy of a month ago, British Vogue enacted a 10-point code of conduct governing treatment of models on their shoots, and now editor Alexandra Shulman has signed on with a documentary for teenagers set to shed light on how much manipulation goes into the magazine’s photos. “It’s basically a huge team of people that go in to create the image, of which retouching is the icing on the cake,” Shulman said.
Advocates for models’ labor rights can put another feather in their Saint Laurent cap today, as British Vogue has just announced that they’ve signed a 10-point code of conduct with UK trade union Equity to govern their treatment of models. But how effective will it be? And is there any hope of industry leaders and magazine editors in the USA following suit?
British Vogue editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman says that her job isn’t that exciting or dramatic. Do you believe her?
The fashion inspiration of British Vogue will soon be made available to a new, and younger, audience. Editor Alexandra Shulman announces plans for Miss Vogue, slated for publication in June of 2013.
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One of these things is not like the other.
Come November, Japan is going to be overflowing with Vogue editors. Anna Wintour and her counterparts at several international editions of the magazine are headed to Tokyo for its edition of Fashion’s Night Out.
Tomorrow’s royal wedding will be just as much of a spring fashion show as anything we’ve seen on the runway, with everyone competing to outshine each other — but not the bride to be, Kate Middleton. And with as much speculation about her dress still floating around, we thought it might be nice to see what other people will be wearing to the royal wedding. Without further ado, the names and brands that will be walking down the aisle at Westminster Abbey tomorrow. And yes, these are confirmed.
Fashion lover Daphne Guinness might not be going to the royal wedding, but she has a definite opinion of what Kate Middleton should wear when she walks down the aisle. The heiress wants the princess to wear Alexander McQueen.
Choosing a wedding dress is a very personal thing — unless, of course, you’re about to marry the man who will one day be your country’s king. It’s been reported that Buckingham Palace reached out to several style influencers in Britain for expert advice on who should design Kate Middleton‘s wedding dress. And while no one knows for sure who the queen-to-be will wear when she walks down the aisle to marry Prince William in April, we do know that Alexander McQueen‘s name was thrown into the ring by British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman.