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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by Thread Manager, Sep 14, 2017.
Carine left CR Fashion Book
Carine Roitfeld Pulling Back From CR Magazines
“I don’t want to be a dusty brand, I want to be a young brand,” Roitfeld said. “The worst is to become comfortable, then you become old…it’s a question of spirit.”
Carine should take over Us Bazaar tbh
I'm with you here! Trust me, her odd mark choices would at least be more interesting.
I kinda pity Carine tbh (as if she needs mine). I feel like she hasn’t grown because she’s still stuck at trying to prove people that she’s better off without Vogue. Do what you wanna do girl. Do it!
The Carine I’ve grown to admire is very creative, somewhat a visionaire. The Carine I’ve seen in the last decade is unimaginative, lazy, and very very safe.
And I’m sorry, I’m not buying the narrative that she left at her own accord.
Whatever conditions she was operating under at Vogue Paris, they brought out the best in her. So back then, I would have said that Carine coming to a US magazine would have been a dream. But having seen her global editorials for Bazaar, I think I'd rather stick with the current regime, which is saying something.
The eternal lesson that Vogue Paris teaches is that stylist =/= editor
^ so true. I think she wants to settle her legacy and keep having huge paychecks for her future. All the advantages she had at CN were gone as soon as she has been out. She may have realised that she had to be very smart about the rest of her career.
She is building a brand around her name (magazine, creative studio, long-life collaboration with brands) to be sure to sustain her life. She does the bare minimum because the state of fashion is at its lowest and she is right to not waste too much energy on being visionnaire and creative like she used to for years at Vogue and all those brands are happy.
Anna Wintour interview from yesterdays Guardian.
Anna Wintour: a rare face-to-face with the most important woman in fashion
Skimmed through that article within 5 minutes. So tame! Why are journalists always so afraid to address her? This writer's own observations are far more interesting to read than Anna's quotes. That tells me that the questions were there, the journalistic probing, she just couldn't muster up the courage to actually ask it.
They should let Keith J Kelly interview her. That'd be a scream.
Philipp Vlasov is the new esitor in chief of Vogue Ukraine and his first issue is the March and comes with a redesign
Is Anna still the “most powerful woman in fashion” though? Her empire is crumbling all around her and with street fashion taking over the runways, she seems a bit old guard. Their was an aura of authority to her 10-20 years ago. Hanging out with Kylie Jenner and ASAP Rocky hasn’t really done anything for it.
Grazia UK have Maria Grazia Chiuri on the cover, with her daughter. They haven't put her name on the cover so i'm not sure the general Grazia reader will know who she is.
August - Iselin Steiro - 114,886
September - Kate Moss/Naomi Campbell/Chisty Turlington - 123,898
October - Kaia Gerber - 100,232
November - Natasha Poly - 99,989
December/January - Jane Birkin/Charlotte Gainsbourg/Lou Doillon - 122,662
Imagine, people bought Iselin’s tragic cover over Anna Ewers’ and Natasha’s?
No wonder this year’s February cover had the same vibe as the August one. People must’ve liked the aesthetic.
Choices people. Choices.
Only a pleasure. I'm more shocked that so many people bought that October Joker cover, which resulted in roughly the same sales as Kaia's February one.
And I expected Kate/Naomi/Christy to turn way more than 123K. Also, Birkin and her girls tanked? A bit embarrassing considering they're such icons.
The Birkin clan Vogue cover looked depressing, I found it quite uninviting. Although I was in France over Christmas I didn't even buy it even though I really like Jane. It was an odd decision. Had it looked a little more uplifting I'd have bought it.
where do you get this list? what website?