Fashion Editors/Stylists as Celebs:The Focus on Their Personal Style & Not Their Work
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I think this is an amazing idea for a thread. Thanks for starting it Berlin.
I think the new found attention on editors is wonderful. It allows fashion lovers more opportunities to see behind the seams at magazines.
However I do worry about this attention effects editors personally. I believe it's taking a negative effect at Vogue Paris. Carine and Emmanuelle are gaining so much positive attention for their personal styles, that they feature it in Vogue Paris constantly. It is as though they don't want to push outside the box.
So everything Carine, and Emmanuelle touches becomes mini clones of themselves.
I so agree with this!
Even for those workin in PR in fashion houses in Paris, while one can cultivate by all means a very good relationship with Carine and Emmanuelle, u automatically feel at a disadvantage if what your house is doing is not particularly their personal style/aesthetic, especially if it is NOTHING like the Givenchy, Balmain, Isabel Marant or other more edgy stuff they seem to like, or if it's not a major advertiser like Chanel or Dior.
That being said I do adore their personal style (though maybe Emmanuelle's is getting a little old) and relish finding out more about them and their jobs!
Inside the hectic PR office of an LVMH brand in Paris!
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