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If there was ever any doubt that Miuccia Prada was the top dog in fashion, Marc Jacobs‘ new spread in Industrie magazine should do away with it pretty quickly. In it, Jacobs doesn’t just pay homage to his Italian competitor, he wears nothing but dresses from her fall collection.
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Marc Jacobs‘ long-awaited issue of Industrie has finally arrived and true to Jacobs’ recent form, the designer looks good. Though he’s decidedly less androgynous than, say, Andrej Pejic, Jacobs manages to sell the women’s wear on display quite nicely. Do you agree?
In a year when the best advice anyone could give about anything was “Do the best you can with less,” fashion magazines — the smart ones, anyway — seemed to respond in kind. White space, nudity, and faces (and bodies) rather than full-on fashion dominated the best magazine covers of 2010, and we’ve assembled a group of 15 books we think did it best.
The entire Styleite staff has been anxiously awaiting magazine stands to start stocking Industrie Magazine, which promises to be “the first and only media title dedicated to going behind the scenes to chronicle the personalities, stories and defining moments in the world of fashion.” Most of the magazine’s details are still being held behind an elegant curtain, but today, Business Of Fashion ran an exclusive interview with Industrie’s two editors In Chief, Erik Torstensson and Jens Grede. (P.S. One of the features involves a naked photo of Daria Werbowy, so consider yourself warned: NSFW.)
Ever since a supposed image of new-magazine-on-the-block Industrie’s cover featuring model Daria Webowy showed up on a few style sites, the online fashion community has been intrigued. But it looks like Werbowy needs to watch her back — Industrie went in a decidedly different direction.