[QUOTE=congacon;9359791]how the hell did she get the outfit right off the runway within the same day? does she always get free stuffs from fashion houses because i dont think her allowance is even enough to last her for a month.
i think the suit may be prepared already before the show...since anna has the right to see the collections much earlier than the show time, it's no surprise to see such situation
how the hell did she get the outfit right off the runway within the same day? does she always get free stuffs from fashion houses because i dont think her allowance is even enough to last her for a month.
i guess the queen can get watever she wants
Actually it has been reported that her year income is around 2 million dollars
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Anna Wintour Banned Entire Vogue Staff From Alaia Couture Show
The devil may wear Prada, but she wouldn’t be caught dead in Alaia. Not only did Anna Wintour go to the Harry Potter premiere instead of the Azzedine Alaia show yesterday, she forbade the entire Vogue staff from attending the designer’s Paris show.
While Arizona Muse and Karlie Kloss walked the runway for Alaia, Anna Wintour jetted to London for the Harry Potter 7 premiere with stylish Burberry-clad niece, Ellie Wintour.
(Speaking of which, we just have to point out that Anna totally pulled a Kate Middleton here and recycled her Webby award dress on the red carpet yesterday — the Webby award she just so happened to receive from HP star Daniel Radcliffe! Meta.)
It’s no secret that the Wintour and the Tunisian-born Alaia are anything but friends. The feud started in 2009 when Alaia was not featured in Wintour’s “Model As A Muse” exhibit at the Met. Last week, tensions got tenser when Alaia told The New York Times that Wintour has no taste.
Even if Anna hadn’t banned her whole staff, apparently Alaia didn’t invite anyone associated with the editor or her magazine to his show. Alaia said last month of Wintour, “She hasn’t photographed my work in years even if I am a best seller in the U.S. and I have 140 square meters at Barneys. American women love me; I don’t need her support at all.”
We get that there’s bad blood between Wintour and Alaia, but banning the entire Vogue staff from attending the show? That seems a little extreme on both the editor and the designer’s parts. Regardless, it’s Wintour’s loss, because Alaia’s fall collection was really worth seeing.
they weren't even invited. i'm sorry, but that's the bigger insult. i would've banned my staff from attending, too, if a designer had been so audacious as to not even invite my staff! seriously, senior editors hanging around the gates begging some p.r. girl to get in is NOT a good look for vogue or its top brass.
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