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If the trailer below is any indication, it’s going to be exciting, educational, and essentially a French version of The September Issue. Here are the top 10 reasons we can’t wait to watch it.
Vogue Paris’ February 2013 cover is a thing of beauty, with Milla Jovovich shot by Inez and Vinoodh on a New York rooftop clad in head-toe-toe Saint Laurent, with the hazy skyline lit up behind her. But….wait! What’s that coverline we see? “Alexander Wang: le joker de Balenciaga”?! Could it be that Balenciaga is finally putting an end to their ban on working with the French title?
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.
Back in July, Kate Moss starred in George Michael‘s music video for “White Light”. The song was forgettable, and the video was eh, kind of cool, but now the pair have landed themselves a French Vogue cover. Pourquoi?
The September issue is a big deal for any fashion mag, but French Vogue’s marks a new look for the Emmanuele Alt-helmed glossy. To celebrate, the editor wrangled a trifecta of present-day supers — Kate Moss, Lara Stone, and Daria Werbowy — to pose for the cover.
There has already been quite a lot of buzz around Hedi Slimane taking over the reins at Yves Saint Laurent (soon to be Saint Laurent Paris), and French Vogue is adding to the excitement with an eight-page feature on the brand’s new creative director in the its August issue.
Happy Memorial Day everyone! In honor of the day, we’ve compiled some editorials straight from the front lines of fashion.
Enjoyed Jemma Kidd‘s eyeliner advice this week but looking for a little less cat-eye and a little more crow’s feet? Vogue Paris has the answer!
Gisele‘s sandy butt covers the June/July issue of Vogue Paris! Naturally, her sandy butt puts all other sandy butts to shame.
Except, you know, this time the swan is on her head.
Doutzen Kroes is on the cover of April’s Vogue Paris — and while Kroes is always a knockout, we’re not sure we’re feeling the vibe of this particular photo.
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.
This was the week of model lawsuits, Vogue Photoshop abuse, and offensive advertising. We also learned about Fashion’s Night Out plans and September issues. And did you know Sarah Palin had polka-dotted toenails?