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From cover girl to First Lady and back again, Carla Bruni Sarkozy covers Vogue Paris’ December 2012/January 2013 double issue and lends her piercing blue editor’s eye to the glossy’s inside contents.
As former editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld readies for the launch of her new magazine CR Fashion Book stateside, current French Vogue boss lady Emmanuelle Alt is forging a new path of her own over in Paris.
Emmanuelle Alt may have permanently won a place in our karaoke-loving hearts with her rendition of Wham!‘s “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”.
Every now and again you see a magazine cover that reminds you of why we have magazines in the first place: We want to escape, we want to learn something new, we want to know what the future could look like. Now, if it seems like we’re waxing poetic a little too hard, we’re OK with that — because Sasha Pivovarova cover of Vogue Paris‘ October issue is just that beautiful.
This month’s issue of Vogue holds a pleasant surprise nestled amidst the Kate Moss love fest: a profile of newly installed Vogue Paris editor in chief Emmanuelle Alt. The profile is friendly and endearing, and allows the editrix to offer up some thoughtful musings on Vogue Paris’ proclivity for nipples as well as the songs Kate Moss likes to sing at karaoke.
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.
Kate Moss and Vogue Paris go together like peanut butter and jelly, which is why we’re not at all surprised to see that Emmanuelle Alt put the iconic model on the May cover of her magazine.
This wasn’t just any week, this was our birthday week! Happy birthday to us! To celebrate, we bring you an all-important recap of the (birthday!) week that was featuring John Galliano, Kate Middleton, Tyra Banks and more. Yay birthday!
You know how sometimes you read something about someone and you can’t help but imagine what it would be like to be their friend? That is the feeling we feel every time we read about Emmanuelle Alt — and now that she’s in the swing of things in her new role as editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, we read about her a lot.
Because top fashion editors are celebrities now, The Daily Telegraph‘s Hilary Alexander interviewed new Vogue Paris editrix Emmanuelle Alt about who she is and what her vision is for Vogue. Things we learned: Alt sometimes doubts she’s French, doesn’t have any super radical plans for the magazine and has never (and we mean never) seen the inside of a gym.
Now that the John Galliano rumor mill is winding down, it’s time to focus on the question that’s been plaguing the industry ever since Carine Roitfeld announced she was leaving Vogue Paris: what will the editrix work on now? Most assumed Paris Fashion Week would lend some clues, but Roitfeld was not to be seen — other than a brief appearance at Balenciaga’s fall show. And apparently her absence wasn’t exactly by choice.
Emmanuelle Alt’s long-awaited first cover as editor in chief of Vogue Paris is here.
This was the week that Fall Fashion Week started! As such, we talked to tons of cool people (Tim Gunn, Simon Doonan and Rachel Roy among them), gawked at some pretty clothes and still got our fill of gossip. Allow us to fill you in on Tom Ford, Vogue Paris, Michelle Obama and more.
When Carine Roitfeld first announced her resignation as editor in chief of Vogue Paris, rumors swirled that she’d been unceremoniously fired — though we were quick to come to her defense. Now, a new article on the rise of replacement Emmanuelle Alt’s fashion star raises questions about Roitfeld’s undoing — and the relationship between the former co-workers and collaborators.
As much as we loved Carine Roitfeld (in spite of her soft spot for Terry Richardson, no less), we couldn’t be more excited to see what incoming editrix Emmanuelle Alt has planned for Vogue Paris. Alt opened up to Vogue.com about her vision and while some things will stay the same (“I am going to keep shooting for the magazine—hopefully a story every issue.”), others will inevitably be different.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. That’s what new Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt says about the direction her version of the magazine will take after a decade of Carine Roitfeld‘s influence.
The cover model for Carine Roitfeld‘s final issue of Vogue Paris may still be a mystery — though at this point Lara Stone looks like as good a bet as any — but the official word has it that Emmanuelle Alt’s first cover for the glossy will feature über-supermodel Gisele Bündchen.
What a week! Kristen Stewart landed a Vogue cover, Karl Lagerfeld said some mean things and Rachel Zoe may have gotten into hot water. We saw a Black Swan spoof, a bald beauty queen and even some pubes! Oh, and waxing your 5-year-old is not okay.
On Friday, Vogue Paris announced Emmanuelle Alt as Carine Roitfeld‘s successor for the role of editor in chief of the French glossy. After giving the fashion world a weekend to digest, WWD spoke to Paris’ most influential insiders on what they thought of the new editrix. Mario Sorrenti, Giambattista Valli, Inez van Lamsweerde, and Vinoodh Matadin all gave her two thumbs up — while Karl Lagerfeld, being deliciously candid, preferred to hedge his bet.