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Didn't Gucci recently launch a collection for kids? That could explain it...

 
 
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Didn't Gucci recently launch a collection for kids? That could explain it...
And that would explain why JLO has been wearing so much Gucci lately. I think Emanuelle styles all the Gucci campaigns now , isn't she?

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^Yes, Emmanuelle Styles the Gucci Campaigns, but Gucci also do a collection of Bags and Accessories for Unicef, so JLo could easily be the next celebrity to front the campaign ?

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Good point that you've got here . Now I'm dying to the result of that collaboration^

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Jennifer Lopez fans got an early peek in this column and elsewhere at the singer's latest photo shoot for Gucci. Now they're left to wonder whether her 2-year-old twins, Emme and Max, who were shot frolicking on the beach with their Mama and Papi, Marc Anthony, will also appear in the campaign - especially given the label's plans to launch a children's line in November. According to a source close to J.Lo, the answer is yes and no. Although the kids will be seen in the ads with J.Lo, the source says the singer, who's very protective of her young'uns, insisted that their faces not be visible.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/2010/07/16/2010-07-16_espn_radio_host_yankee_announcer_michael_kay_en gaged_to_news_12_anchor_jodi_appl.html#ixz

 
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July 15, 2010, 5:42 pm So Print Is Kaput?
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I Like My Style Quarterly.Several new journals, and a recent visit to a great little magazine shop in Berlin, again make one think we are entering a differentage of print. (Of special interest is Tony Judt’s moving essay “Words” in The New York Review of Books.) Though it’s clear that mainstream publications are challenged by the Internet, small magazines keep turning up. One of the funnier, readable fashion mags to come along in a while is I Like My Style Quarterly, a spinoff of ilikemystyle.net, a social network site started two years ago by Adriano Sack. He’s a journalist who divides his time between Berlin and New York and writes a style column for the German newspaper Welt am Sonntag. I Like My Style is about the size of a small-town phone book with a ruggedly assured world view of style seekers.

The first issue explains its purpose by asking a series of questions followed by answers. The last in the series is “And who are you guys?” Answer: “A bunch of friends from Berlin, New York, Texas, Austria and Hong Kong.” Mr. Sack says he believes the publication is the first ever user-generated fashion magazine. All of the content is created by users of ilikemystyle.net. The quality of the images is surprisingly good, and the ideas are fresh and interesting. And if some of the pictures are blurry — well, the editors said, that’s the way the world looks at times. Immediate, subjective, and fuzzy.

I also like that the magazine has tons of text, mostly personal observations about clothes and style icons. Mark Krayenhoff, an extravagantly bearded New York architect I once met in a coffee shop, has several pages in the first issue. Despite the sprawling reach of the magazine, it feels sharply edited, somehow. I won’t use the word curated. Bad word. The magazine is distributed by Export Press.

Also worth checking out is Tiffany Godoy’s new magazine from Tokyo, The Reality Show. It’s a group of well-designed folios wrapped in a poster. An authority on Japanese street fashion, Ms. Godoy presents people mixing their clothes with designer looks. You can buy the magazine at restir.com.

I’m completely charmed by Alt/Saglio, a little journal of street photos of the French Vogue editors Emmanuelle Alt and Géraldine Saglio. It’s a bit of an art project, with quotes from a crazy mix of people—Einstein to Bruce Willis—and it’s a mystery. No author is given. I thought Ms. Alt might know something, but she did not respond to my email. The book suggests the obsession with fashion as culture.
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Haha it seems that everyone's looking for that "Alt/Saglio" mag...so where can I find my copy then?

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^^ I am wondering that too.

 
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Ms. Horyn should say exactly where she heads to in Berlin ....
That would help !

But I bet it's one of those very limited edition indie magazines ... Probably on b&w photocopies ...
I always wish to do such a thing and illegaly-randomly drop it in magazines/books-stores .....

 
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The book is actually available for sale at colette in paris. it is a extremely limited edition. as of mid july they had 10 copies. not sure if its sold out yet.

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^Do you know what its title is ?

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The title is Alt/Saglio ^^

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i think she means "do you read me?" in auguststrasse/berlin...but i've also seen previous issues of "i like my style"at the newspaper store at zoologischer garten.

 
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Didn't Gucci recently launch a collection for kids? That could explain it...
Looks like my guess was right...
From graziadaily.co.uk


Grazia Fashion: Guess which celebrity's children are the new faces of Gucci Kidswear!
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Silly us. When we first saw still life images of Gucci's genius new kidswear and babywear ranges last month, it never occurred to us that, of course, these clothes would need their own advertising campaign and naturellement that meant that somewhere there were teeny tiny models being cast as the chubby faces of Gucci kidswear. But over this weekend, pictures emerged of what appeared to be the mini-models fronting the campaign - and guess what? - they're celebrity models.

Yes, Max and Emme Anthony-Lopez aka Jennifer Lopez's two-year-old twins, were spotting running around in the Malibu sunshine, on a photoshoot, sporting head-to-toe Gucci kidswear. Either J-Lo is extremely well-organised for the family Christmas card this year, or her children have in fact landed what is surely one of the hottest gigs in the world of child modelling. And Lopez can give her tots plenty of advice on how to pose - having previously fronted a campaign for Louis Vuitton.

And before you start thinking that Jenny from the Block is being seriously irresponsible, thrusting her young children into the media spotlight in this way (although, we have to say, it does look like the little critters are having a blast), a weird rumour has emerged; allegedly, J-Lo has let her children appear in the campaign on one condition - that their faces won't be visible (we're guessing, that will be the perfect opportunity to showcase Gucci's kids sunglasses collections), but still - even Karlie Kloss can't make requests like that.


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Back to Emmanuelle... I found this response to an entry regarding the book about Emmanuelle and Géraldine.
Comment from stylesectionla.com, in case anyone is interested

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I am the author. Alt / Saglio is a limited edition (100 copies) artist’s book. It is for sale at Colette in Paris for 18 Euros.

 
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