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We’ll pretty much read Tavi Gevinson in conversation with anyone, but we’re particularly into her back and forth with Lula editor-in-chief Leith Clark. The two chatted about anachronistic nostalgia, as well as Elle Fanning (!).
This was the week of eyebrows, Tavi, and scary feet. This was also the week we saw the best royal wedding ever and were reintroduced to Derek Zoolander. Plus, Kanye visited Occupy Wall Street in Balmain and Givenchy. Sure.
If being jealous of a pair of teenage girls is wrong, then we don’t want to be right. We’ve dedicated a lot of words to praising web phenom Tavi Gevinson and an almost equal amount to the ethereal adorableness that is Elle Fanning, so you can imagine our tween-at-heart brains almost exploded when we saw that Tavi had interviewed Elle for her new site, Rookie.
It looks like L’Officiel Paris isn’t the only magazine Tavi Gevinson is fronting this fall. The budding media superstar also snagged the cover of L’Officiel Netherlands.
Today The Early Show broke news of a tween fashion blogger turned teen media mogul. Her name is Tavi Gevinson. Have you heard of her?
We were appalled when we read a particularly jerky interview with Scott Schuman last week, but it looks like the blogger has changed his mind on both Tavi Gevinson and The Sartorialist‘s business model.
This was the week Duchess Catherine returned! This was also the week of many fashion show missteps — Tom Ford, Nicola Formichetti, and Kanye West all got horrible runway reviews. Scott Schuman made us really mad, and Ryan Gosling made us really happy, but Fashimals changed our lives forever.
Today Scott Schuman gave an interview that blew our minds in a really horrible way, and proved that the man behind The Sartorialist is cripplingly out of touch.
This was the week of Emmy style, London runway shows, and tons of Lara Stone magazine covers. We attended Tony Bennett‘s 85th birthday party and investigated the Walmart cheer. We also thought a whole lot about the Missoni for Target mess.
This week saw the end of the Week of Fashion, and what a successful week it was! We brushed shoulders Beyoncé, and chatted with the likes of Tavi and Carine Roitfeld. We also bore witness to the fact that Lindsey Lohan had a less successful week. Marc Jacobs seems to be headed to Dior, even though he’s demanding a huge paycheck. And Suri Cruise wears lipstick. Deal with it.
There were many reasons we were excited to attend last night’s Advanced Style party, not the least of which was the chance to bump into co-host Tavi Gevinson. More on the party later (spoiler alert: it was our favorite of the week), but first let’s discuss the awesomeness that is the Style Rookie.
Tavi Gevinson‘s new teen-targeted site, Rookie, launched today. And while we spent the morning poking around and waxing nostalgic about our high school years, two of our favorite fellow style sites spoke with Tavi about the idea, ethos, and inspiration behind the e-zine.
We understand that Lady Gaga is obsessed with fashion, but her new column for V Magazine, in which she basically tries to get back at New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn for unfollowing her on Twitter, largely misses the point of fashion criticism is all about.
Tavi Gevinson‘s new teen-focused site, Rookie, isn’t just launching soon. It’s launching on Monday.
And Tavi Gevinson‘s star just keeps on rising. Today, the New York Times published a preview of a feature they’re running in this weekend’s New York Times Magazine profiling the 15-year-old blogger and founder of her soon-to-be-revealed Sassy redux, Rookie. Tavi comes across as equally down to earth as she is intelligent, but it’s the thoughtfulness with which she’s approached her new project, as well as the special role one Ira Glass played in getting it off the ground, that has us genuinely in awe.
If you love either Taylor Swift or Tavi Gevinson even one iota of as much we do, you’ll probably love this video, in which the Style Rookie slowly and deliberately applies a mouthful of black lipstick, then lip synchs her heart out to Swift’s pop-y anthem to unrequited teen love, “You Belong With Me”.
Less than eight months after Tavi Gevinson announced that she’d be partnering with Jane founder Jane Pratt on a teen-focused web and print publication, the 15-year-old phenom has decided to strike out on her own.
Last week, after a long day of blogging, we made our way to Brooklyn to catch The Talent Show at Littlefield. The theme of the night was Sassy Magazine, and we were as intrigued by the premise as were by the biggest name on the bill: Tavi Gevinson.