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In W‘s newest installment of Lynn Hirschberg‘s Screen Tests, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler chat about how they met 14 years ago, their now-legendary senior thesis at Parsons, and their process of creating new collections.
Beyoncé could look glamorous in just about anything, but she does happen to rock fancy frocks on the regular. This month she is one of W‘s two cover stars (the other is Christina Aguilera), and she tells Lynn Hirschberg all about her favorite fashion moments.
As promised via Twitter last week, M.I.A. has posted clips of her interview with The New York Times Magazine‘s Lynn Hirschberg. If you’ll remember, the artist didn’t take too kindly to Hirschberg’s depiction of her in a profile published last week. But instead of the long transcripts vindicating the artist we expected to see, we got two short audio clips, the first of which only proves that Hirschberg really wanted some truffle-flavored french fries.
Lynn Hirschberg is leaving The New York Times Magazine (for W!) with a bang. Her last contracted piece for the magazine is a profile of Grammy-nominated rapper M.I.A. that went online this week. And if M.I.A.’s tweet on the matter is any indication, she didn’t like the piece very much at all — and the ensuing controversy could prove very valuable for W.
It’s only Stefano Tonchi’s first week on the job as editor in chief of W magazine, and the masthead is already getting a makeover. New York Times Magazine heavyweight and editor at large Lynn Hirschberg has left the magazine for what sources say is a new home at W.