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Being in the same room as as Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz is quite the humbling experience. We’ve long admired his work, and he’s one of the funniest and most down-to-earth designers, so sitting in on his “Master Class” chat with Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey was a real treat.
Carine Roitfeld has just been named the new global fashion director at Harper’s Bazaar, a Hearst publication.
“It was completely unanimous!” exclaimed Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey of the selection of Kieran Dallison for the CFDA/Gilt Groupe All-Star scholarship.
For the past few years, right around Mother’s Day, Harper’s Bazaar has honored women across generations with its “Fabulous at Every Age” search. On Wednesday evening, the winners gathered at Hearst Tower for a celebratory reception. We attended the fun fete, where we were able to catch up with Bazaar editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey and Estée Lauder spokesmodel Carolyn Murphy.
It may have been Liu Bolin‘s party, but it was Jean Paul Gaultier‘s show.
Harper’s Bazaar has just revealed its big redesign, and we think it looks mighty nice.
Amidst all of the Fashion Week madness, we were lucky enough to preview Harper’s Bazaar‘s fantastic photography retrospective Harper’s Bazaar: A Decade of Style at the International Center of Photography, as well as the accompanying book Harper’s Bazaar: Greatest Hits. The best part? Being able to chat with Glenda Bailey about her work at Bazaar and all of those dazzling photographs.
Harper’s Bazaar is known for, among many things, incredibly innovative photography. In the past 10 years, editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey has pushed the boundaries of art and fashion with creative director Stephen Gan, publishing some of the decade’s most memorable shots.
If you believe the highly speculative piece in today’s WWD, then yes. But we’re not totally buying it.
When you’re celebrating women who are fabulous at every age, Elizabeth Hurley is indeed a woman who comes to mind. That’s why it’s only appropriate that the stunning 45-year-old helped host last night’s Harper’s Bazaar event feting the winners of its “Fabulous at Every Age” contest.
Just as we suspected back in December, it looks like our favorite future princess has tapped Bruce Oldfield to design her wedding dress. Or has she? A source tells People that Kate Middleton has settled on a designer, but that she and Prince William wish to keep said designer’s identity under wraps.
It turns out that last week’s embarrassing (but entirely not shocking) revelation that advertisers get more play in Harper’s Bazaar fashion editorials is a little more than egg on Glenda Bailey‘s face. The Federal Trade Commission has grounds for taking legal action against the magazine that could change the way our favorite fashion glossies do business for good.
While our initial response to viewing the following document was, “And this is news, how?”, it is news. Because as much as those of us in this industry know that the designers featured magazine editorials are dictated by how much advertising dollars they spend, it’s rare that you see cold, hard evidence of this fact. But that’s exactly what a Racked tipster found lying on the desk next to the public computer in a Los Angeles hotel.
When the State Department issued a terrorism alert for Americans traveling in Europe this weekend, did Anna Wintour panic? Did Glenda Bailey decide to lay low? Did Roberta Myers hire a security detail? No, no and no.
At Thursday’s Fashion Group International panel discussion, Diane von Furstenberg stressed the importance of editors in the fashion industry and why they should continue to stand their ground and wield their experience over the ever prolific onslaught of bloggers and twitterers.
Last night, Barney’s New York celebrated the launch of fashion writer Derek Blasberg’s new humorous handbook, “Classy: Exceptional Advice for the Extremely Modern Lady.” Fashion’s elite showed up to congratulate their friend and fellow colleague. Attendees included Simon Doonan, Zac Posen, Dennis Basso, Jessica Stam, and Harper’s Bazaar editor in chief Glenda Bailey — to name a few.
Earlier last month, Mediaite.com broke news that Harper’s Bazaar would be shooting Janet Jackson for their October Cover. An odd choice by Editor in Chief, Glenda Bailey, since it has been three years since her Ms. Jackson’s last fashion magazine cover. What’s the result?
Images of the newsstand and subscribers covers have been released and surprisingly, one of the two covers appears to be stunning: a perfect mix of glamour and class.