OMG OMG OMG, I just read in a Dutch newspaper that they are planning on publishing a Dutch Vogue in the near future. I've always wondered if the Dutch market was relevant enough to have it's own Vogue but right now I'm just very excited!
"I'm not sorry... I'm sorry that I didn't make it clear that it was a joke. But I can't be sorry for what I said—it's against my nature." Lars von Trier
Vogue is starting some kind of archival website. What is that about?
Yeah, we're putting the history of Vogue online, so you can flit to a March 15, 1927, issue and go through it. And there's going to be a kind of fashion encyclopedia component, too. It's the histories of all the designers and all the contributors and figures that Vogue has celebrated and embraced through the century.
Are you working on it yourself?
I'm not working on it, but I'm absolutely dying for it because, I mean, luckily I have the Vogue archive just several floors below my office, so I consult it all the time. But it would be incredibly useful to be able to consult it with search engines and find that elusive, you know, 1937 Lanvin I think I just bought in a flea market, for instance. So I'm very excited about that.