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Vogue Paris, may06

Nuit fauve
photo : Sorrenti
style : Alt
model : Iselin







(source : olivia/moda. posted in carine t's thread at tfs by karina. is moda still existing?).

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testinofan : do you have those in HQ? (it's once again from MODA, is it an old stuff like bwgrey...?)

anyway I have what you were looking ofr karina :

Vogue Paris, sept.05 (nicole kidman on cover.much better than the recent usvogue)

En vogue.

photo : Céline Stefani
stylists : Melanie Huynh (Carine), Veronique Diddry (Emmanuelle), Kaoru Park (M.Amélie), Darcy Backlar (Anastasia)
models : Carine, Emmanuelle, M.Amélie, Anastasia



(source : my photos)

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sorry the #216 is a repost.

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Vogue Paris August 2006

Classiques demasques
Photo: Terry Tsiolis
Styled by Ludivine and Claire Dhelens
model : ???




source: scanned by tfs member evisu donna

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some itws i found on carine thread @ tfs.

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FRENCH PERSONAL STYLE:

A look at CARINE ROITFELD, editor-in-chief French Vogue




According to WWD, the fashion muse of the moment (2002) is the editor-in-chief of French Vogue Carine Roitfeld. Actually Mme Roitfeld is an excellent example of chic French personal style that follows the golden rule of French chic: "Keep It Simple."

About the fashion editor, Robin Givhan writes in the Washington Post that Carine Roitfeld, the smoky-eyed editor of French Vogue, is this year's style icon:
Physically, Roitfeld is an unlikely role model. She has an angular, vaguely threatening appearance that is masculine and sexual in the manner of a young Charlotte Rampling. She favors black clothes and high heels that lace up and around the legs like gladiator formalwear. But her most disconcerting feature is a screen of brown hair that covers about half of her face.
Actually I don't find Carine Roitfeld either particularly masculine or even vaguely threatening, but then perhaps I interpret the severity of some French personal style differently than the Washington Post's chief fashion writer (with whom I usually agree.) On the other hand, I have only seen Carine Roitfeld in photos, and I am almost sure that Robin Givhan has seen her in person at various Paris fashion events. A bit later in this article, I will give you a link to a photo of Carine Roitfeld and you can decide for yourself.

Also I do not find the screen of brown hair a "most disconcerting feature," possibily because I am old enough to have a mother who is old enough to remember the era of Veronica Lake, a sultry American type whose signature personal style was her hair covering about half of her face. People did not find Veronica's hair disconcerting. They found it sexy. On the other hand, sexy can be disconcerting.

Robin Givhan quotes Bloomingdale's Buyer Kal Ruttenstein saying that he believes that Carine Roitfeld's look is the look of the moment. "She's in her early forties and has kids, and I don't think models should be Twiggy and 17," Ruttenstein says.

Others are writing about Carine Roitfeld:

According to WWD, many of models on the Fall runways even looked like Carine - something that was also mentioned by Ruth la Ferla in an article in the Style section of the New York Times ("Do Straight-haired Women Have More Fun?"). As she put it, "Carine Roitfeld has made dead - straight hair her signature. Ms. Roitfeld's tresses, which cover half her face, have lately been copied on the runways."

According to Roitfeld, there is no great mystery to her look, which she claims takes a mere 10 minutes each morning to achieve. As she told WWD, "I'm always wearing the same sort of things, a black coat, a skirt - but I always put the accent on one exciting piece". The one exciting piece is usually a killer pair of heels. As she stated: "in a fashion shoot, shoes are very important. Shoes give the look. That and the hair."
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Cool Carine


Anna's French counterpart, and one of the most influential fashion figures today is Carine Roitfeld, the editor in chief of French Vogue.

Her show wardrobe included long-haired, knee-length coats (with a decidedly mannish cut) all worn with her signature simple v-neck cashmere sweaters, knee-length skirts and killer boots or heels.

In one instance, she had the paparazzi going crazy when she appeared in a pale, fluffy fur coat paired with thick black opaque tights and optic white, pointy-toed stilettos (most likely by Michel Perry-her shoe designer of choice)

On another occasion, she used fur as a liner under a man-tailored wool coat.

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another itw from carine's thread.

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now, about carine herself! here is some form of writing on her from 2002...from http://www.lookonline.com/
Anna Who?:


While Anna Wintour may not have lost all her
celebrity star power, her status as a fashion icon
has been seriously challenged. Carine Roitfeld, the
editor in chief of French Vogue, who WWD recently
dubbed 'the muse of the moment', has decidedly
replaced sunglass clad Wintour as the most
photographed and closely watched front row editor.
Ahh, life's tough at the top!


Interestingly, back in December, during my 'Masters
of Fashion' interview with the well-respected New
York Times photographer Bill Cunningham, he singled
Carine out (whom he has been photographing for at
least 10 years), saying "she has her finger on the raw
nerve of fashion, just like Anna Wintour did in the late 80's,
90's", and he praised her incredible sense of style that relies
on a very French understanding and appreciation of cut, fit,
and proportion.


According to WWD, many of models
on the Fall runways even looked like Corine
- something that was also mentioned by
Ruth la Ferla in an article in the Style section of the
New York Times ("Do Straight-haired Women Have More
Fun?"). As she put it, "Carine Roitfeld has made dead -
straight hair her signature. Ms. Roitfeld's tresses,
which cover half her face, have lately been copied on
the runways."


According to Roitfeld, there is no great mystery to
her look, which she claims takes a mere 10 minutes each
morning to achieve. As she told WWD, "I'm always
wearing the same sort of things, a black coat, a skirt -
but I always put the accent on one exciting piece".
The one exciting piece is usually a killer pair of
heels. As she stated: "in a fashion shoot, shoes are
very important. Shoes give the look. That and the
hair." Good-bye, 'bob'.


Kal Ruttenstein, who not too long ago, admitted that
he would carefully scrutinize Anna Wintour from
head-to-toe during the collections (in order to
analyze her clothes, accessories, and grooming), told
WWD that Carine is his 'muse' now, adding "she has the
best legs and the best shoes."


It just so happens that those 'best legs and best
shoes' were captured this past Sunday by Bill
Cunningham in his 'On the Street' report on the Paris
collections. The layout included one shot of Anna
Wintour and three of Carine (one of which was a
close-up of the Cesare Paciotti fur trimmed sandals
that Kal Ruttenstein loved so much, he was driven to
track them down for Bloomingdales).

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For post 219 the model is Lonneke Engel.

BerlinRocks you have absolutely made my freaking day with the En Vogue pages of Emmanuelle Alt and the others! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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Vogue Paris, Aout 2002

Comme par enchantement
photo : M. Sorrenti
style : Anastasia Barbieri
model : Natalia





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Jamaique Safari
photo : Corinne Day
style : A.Barbieri
model : Carmen





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Vogue Paris March 2004

Grunge Couture
Photo: Craig McDean
Styled: Carine Roitfeld
Model: Morgane Dubled



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Vogue Paris August 2002

Une journee avec RoseMarie
Photo: Mario Testino
Styled: Carine Roitfeld
Model: Eva Herzigova



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Vogue Paris October 2002

Long Island Baby
Photo: Bert Stern
Styled: Anastasia Barbieri
Model: Eva Herzigova


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does someone have liya's ed from this issue...i believe it's may 2002:


pic from fashion-iconography.net...

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^Lyias is the only girl in this issue. I have it. i'll snap them this evening.
(unfortunately some will not be complete. my "mad-scissors" went through this)

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Vogue Paris 2003

La Poupee
Photo: Glen Luchford
Styled: Anastasia Barbieri
Model: Laetitia Casta


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