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18-10-2017
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Adweek’s Brand Visionary: Anna Wintour Changed Publishing and Fashion With Inimitable Style

Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for Adweek

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Oh I'm very interested to see what Kate Lanphear does at MC.

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Vogue and Vice Media to Partner on Editorial Project
The collaboration is dubbed "Project Vs."


By Alexandra Steigrad on October 19, 2017

Vice chief executive officer Shane Smith and Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour.

In a somewhat unlikely partnership, Vogue and Vice Media are teaming up on an editorial project.

The partnership, which will run 100 days, will feature a new web site and exists across the brands’ various platforms. According to a representative, it will “showcase figures, movements and issues making an impact on society today, with each week highlighting a different theme.”

Content will be produced by a team of Vogue and Vice editors and will include a mix of videos, photographs, long-form storytelling and more. The project, which is tentatively titled Project Vs, will launch in early 2018. Condé Nast, Vogue’s parent company, will lead the advertising process for the collaboration with Vogue chief business officer Susan Plagemann overseeing efforts in coordination with the Vice team.

“Vogue and Vice may appear to some to see the world through different lenses,” said Anna Wintour, Condé Nast artistic director and editor in chief of Vogue. “But, in my view, both are fearless and breathtaking, with unquenchable curiosity and vigor. This collaboration will benefit from two talented editorial teams working together to produce relevant and exciting stories about the way we live now.”

Vice chief commercial and creative officer Tom Punch offered: “What started as a slow-dance collaboration has quickly become a high-speed collision between Vice and Vogue, juxtaposing the many social, political and cultural tensions of our times to create a capsule commentary on the world we live in. We’re very excited to see where Project Vs will take us all.”
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As if the indie-fication of mainstream fashion magazines isn't already out of order, Anna had to take it one step further. God!

I'm looking forward to see what Kate Lanphear does with that position. She recently ventured into photography, so I think the imagery at least should be good.

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Could Lena Dunham Be Glamour’s Next Editor in Chief?
Dunham is one of a handful of possible candidates.


By Alexandra Steigrad on October 13, 2017

Condé Nast may be taking the whole celebrity editor in chief thing a bit too far following the high-profile departures of Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter and Glamour’s Cindi Leive.

Last month’s news spurred questions in the press of whether the era of the celebrity editor is over as younger, cheaper and more digitally savvy editors are ushered in.

But those headlines may be a little premature. The New York-based publisher is said to be in talks with Lena Dunham for the role of editor in chief of Glamour.

A spokesman from Condé Nast said the company “declined to comment on speculation.” Dunham’s rep Michael Cohen said: “There is no truth to this story.”

If hired, Dunham would likely be the public face of the glossy as her staff does the heavy lifting of putting out a magazine. Dunham has been a strong voice for women’s issues and has appeared at several Glamour events in recent years. She also has penned stories for Condé sibling The New Yorker and produces her own feminist newsletter and web site, Lenny Letter, which is monetized by rival publisher, Hearst Magazines.

Other names that have been bandied about for Leive’s old job include Refinery29 editor in chief Christene Barberich, Man Repeller’s Leandra Medine, the Cut’s Stella Bugbee, Architectural Digest’s Amy Astley, Teen Vogue’s Elaine Welteroth and Instagram’s Eva Chen.

The new editor would come in at a time when Glamour is looking to reinvent its voice as a leader in the women’s media space. In recent years, the glossy has lost its luster from both an editorial and business perspective. Kid sister Teen Vogue picked up the mantle of becoming a voice of Millennials and Gen Z when it took a more critical stance on social, political and cultural issues made prevalent in Trump’s America.

Once the cash cow of Condé, Glamour has also slipped revenue-wise, according to insiders. The new editor in chief will likely need to shake up the staff and refine the magazine’s voice as it moves into 2018.
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I'm not a big fan of Lena, not at all actually, but I do really like Lenny Letter so I don't think this is as far fetched as it seems. I think Conde may even like her Foot in Mouth disease as a way to generate headlines.

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Kyle Anderson is the new Executive Fashion Director of Elle, according to his Instagram. Idk, what he’s going to do but I hope big changes in the magazine.

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^He is the puppet of Nina Garcia, so not surprising but what about Samira Nasr ?

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^He is the puppet of Nina Garcia, so not surprising but what about Samira Nasr ?
That's my doubt...
they already had a fashion market director, so is he taking Samira job's?

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Or he is most likely taking over from Véronique Hyland. Hyland was very recently announced as Elle's fashion director, a position which was oddly enough never in place at such a big magazine. The tragedy of the situation would be that as at November she's not on the masthead yet, which will mean that she's out before she even managed to get in (oxymoron, I know ).

As for Samira, never liked her styling so wouldnt bat an eyelid if she's out. It's to be expected anyway. Like Edward, Nina will want to surround herself with her own team


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Or he is most likely taking over from Véronique Hyland. Hyland was very recently announced as Elle's fashion director, a position which was oddly enough never in place at such a big magazine. The tragedy of the situation would be that as at November she's not on the masthead yet, which will mean that she's out before she even managed to get in (oxymoron, I know ).

As for Samira, never liked her styling so wouldnt bat an eyelid if she's out. It's to be expected anyway. Like Edward, Nina will want to surround herself with her own team
Véronique Hyland is Fashion Features Director, Samira is Fashion Director... diferent positions...

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Nice little article about Conde Nast finally ceasing work with Terry Richardson. Now only if Hearst will follow suit as well.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017...-leading-mags/

Exclusive: Terry Richardson banned from working with Vogue and other leading mags, leaked email shows

Kate Moss and Terry Richardson attending the Mango fashion show at the Centre Pompidou modern art museum in Paris, France Credit: Orban Thierry/ABACA/Press Association
Terry Richardson, the fashion photographer, has been barred from working with some of the world’s bestselling magazines, The Daily Telegraph can reveal.

An email circulated within the media group Condé Nast International on Monday and seen by this newspaper announced that the company would no longer work with him.

Staff were told that any work already commissioned from Mr Richardson but not yet published should be “killed or substituted with other material”.

The company publishes international editions of leading fashion magazines such as Vogue, GQ and Glamour as well as other well-known titles including Vanity Fair and Wired.

Mr Richardson, whose photographs often grace the covers of fashion magazines and are known in the industry for being sexually explicit, has been dogged for years by allegations of sexual exploitation of models, something he has always denied.

At the weekend, a UK newspaper asked why the 52-year-old was still being “feted by fashionistas” in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein revelations.

Mr Richardson’s contract arrangements had been in dispute for some time with Condé Nast International, but within 24 hours of the article appearing an email was circulated telling staff not to work with him.

The message was sent by James Woolhouse, the company’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, to “country presidents” at the firm at 8.14am on Monday.

Model Enriko Mihalik and photographer Terry Richardson pose during the creation of the new 2010 Pirelli calendar
Model Enriko Mihalik and photographer Terry Richardson pose during the creation of the new 2010 Pirelli calendar Credit: Pirelli via Getty Images
Mr Woolhouse wrote: “I am writing to you on an important matter. Condé Nast would like to no longer work with the photographer Terry Richardson.

“Any shoots that have been commission[ed] or any shoots that have been completed but not yet published, should be killed and substituted with other material.

“Please could you confirm that this policy will be actioned in your market effective immediately. Thank you for your support in this matter.”

Condé Nast International was approached repeatedly for comment but declined to respond.

Allegations over Mr Richardson’s conduct have resurfaced and made headlines in recent days, though no fresh claims have been made.

The New York-based photographer has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry including Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus, who got Mr Richardson to direct a controversial music video for her song Wrecking Ball in 2013, in which she appeared naked. She later said she regretted the shoot.

Mr Richardson has often appeared in his own photographs. The Sunday Times published a 1,100-word article this weekend questioning the fashion industry’s continued use of Mr Richardson.

It noted Mr Richardson was recently photographed arm-in-arm with Edward Enninful, the editor of British Vogue, and attended shows at New York’s fashion week last month.

On Friday, a letter from Mr Richardson published on the Huffington Post website addressed the “rumours” over his conduct circulating in recent days.

It said: “I collaborated with consenting adult women who were fully aware of the nature of the work, and as is typical with any project, everyone signed releases.

“I have never used an offer of work or a threat of rebuke to coerce someone into something that they did not want to do.

Terry Richardson and guest attend the Jeremy Scott Fashion Show during New York Fashion Week at Spring Studios on September 8, 2017
Terry Richardson and guest attend the Jeremy Scott Fashion Show during New York Fashion Week at Spring Studios on September 8, 2017 Credit: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images
“I give everyone that I work with enough respect to view them as having ownership of their free will and making their decisions accordingly, and as such, it has been difficult to see myself as a target of revisionist history.”

The spotlight fell on the modelling industry in the wake of allegations that came to light against Mr Weinstein, the Hollywood mogul.

Mr Weinstein is facing allegations of sexual assault and harassment from more than 40 women, including Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow. Christy Turlington, the model, said last week that harassment of photographic models was widely tolerated in the industry.

“The industry is surrounded by predators who thrive on the constant rejection and loneliness so many of us have experienced at some point in our careers,” she said.

“I feel fortunate that I did not personally experience anything traumatic, but also know that is not the norm.”

Cameron Russell, the former model, has also been using her Instagram page to share anonymous stories of harassment in the industry in recent days.

She wrote: “Hearing about Harvey Weinstein this week has sparked conversations about how widespread and how familiar his behaviour is.”

Ms Russell urged people to post their experiences with the hashtag #MyJobShouldNotIncludeAbuse “so the industry can see the size and scope of this problem”.

Mr Richardson’s spokesman declined to comment.

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I read an article today that said Terry Richardson hasn't shot for US Vogue since 2010. Is that accurate?

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I read an article today that said Terry Richardson hasn't shot for US Vogue since 2010. Is that accurate?
Could be true and that wouldn't surprise me. He was never big at US Vogue to begin with.

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