Carine Roitfeld - Stylist, Global Fashion Director of US Harper’s Bazaar
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Carine's looking marvelous, not that she hasn't any other occasion, I mean after the Vogue Paris departure. She appears more relaxed and.. like she did 10 years ago. I can not wait for the upcoming season, for Carine's styling gigs to surface.
It really feels like her departuregave a big breath of fresh air. It's been a while since she looked so radiant. i remeber, that before she left VP she started to look more and more tired and old.
"Quality will be remembered long after price has been forgotten".Aldo Gucci.
Carine Roitfeld Remains Coy About Whether She's Starting a Magazine
The latest on Carine Roitfeld's wide-ranging current projects? Yesterday, she was collaborating with Terry Richardson on a project for the jeweler David Webb, and last night she gave a little more insight on her upcoming work for V: "I'm doing an entire issue of V magazine with Mario Testino, and we'll start the shooting tomorrow." Kate Winslet is on the cover of the issue, she said. But it sounds like that may not be the only magazine she's working on — when asked about whether the rumor that she's starting a magazine is true, she laughed: "Maybe. Now I have freedom like a butterfly, so I can go from one place to another.
Carine Roitfeld, a guest editor and stylist at Barneys New York this fall, has also been tapped by none other than Karl Lagerfeld. The designer just wrapped up shooting Chanel’s fall-winter campaign in Paris with Danish model Freja Beha Erichsen, a Chanel regular, the sole model, and Roitfeld, the former Vogue Paris editor in chief, as stylist. “The mix with Freja was genius,” Lagerfeld assured. - wwd
At Monday night's CFDA Awards, Harper's Bazaar editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey sat front and center (as in, front row, in the center, next to pal Nadja Swarovski), while the mag's buzzy new publisher, Carol Smith, was seated across Alice Tully Hall with her own coterie. Were tongues wagging? Obviously—although remember, chéris, random seating assignments are par for the course at the CFDA Awards.
But the cocktail and post-party buzz was less about Glenda than Carine Roitfeld, who has been fingered as the top contender for the editrix-ship of Bazaar's American edition should Hearst decide to make a move in light of the title's 29% drop at newsstand in the first quarter of this year. Roitfeld has been spending more and more time in New York, where her children live, since her January 2011 exit from French Vogue. Currently, she is styling Barneys New York and Chanel campaigns, and her work with Mario Testino will appear in the September issue of V. Given the consumery Marie Claire and the newsy Elle, maybe Hearst honcho David Carey is imagining a Bazaar whose point of differentiation is high-concept fashion and unabashed luxury with an editor who can finally give American Vogue a run for its money. That, Carine can provide in spades. Another contender for the U.S. Bazaar post is said to be Lucy Yeomans, the editrix of Bazaar U.K.