Since she left French Vogue, Carine Roitfeld doesn't have to wear a tight skirt every day, which was her uniform at the magazine. She recently conducted a very interesting interview with Spiegel wearing, she said, "a no-name T-shirt from Los Angeles, corduroy jeans by Current Elliot and satin shoes I had custom-made in violet. So the glamour's limited to my feet." Spiegel tries to get her to say that fashion is a vapid and absurd industry and asks her how she can possibly be normal having worked the majority of her life in it.
It seems Carine Roitfeld's recent vacancy at the head of French Vogue is filled. WWD reported today that the magazine's fashion director, Emmanuelle Alt, is stepping in as the new editor in chief. Though Carine's left a sizable pair... Read Post
In an exclusive interview with WWD Carine Roitfeld, former editor in chief of French Vogue, has unveiled the name and first pages of her upcoming namesake publication – CR Fashion Book. Published by Fashion Media Group LLC, the New ... Read Post