Former British Vogue editor Lucinda Chambers gave a revealing interview this week about everything she hates about fashion including many anecdotes about the inner-workings of Vogue. Now, Condé Nast has asked the website where it was published to amend the interview for defamatory statements.
Just a few days after Lucinda Chambers wrote a fantastic, bridge-burning confessional essay about being fired from British Vogue, the magazine has announced some of its new hires.
The fashion world was scandalized this week over an interview with British Vogue fashion director Lucinda Chambers, whose ousting in May after 36 years afforded her the opportunity to speak freely and candidly about all the shit she hates about the industry. One of those things: this cover she put together herself.
Alexandra Shulman, who has edited British Vogue for 25 years, has announced plans to step down in June. Shulman, described in The Guardian as “levelheaded and unpretentious,” played a substantial role in the elevation of London Fashion Week, which has in recent years consistently hosted some of the most interesting…
For the longest time, I was vapor. Floating. Years passed; boredom crept in. There was so much to be done.
As Fashion Week looms, we are reminded that the fashion industry is continually obsessed with and excited by its own inner workings. Thus, naturally, insider/muse/high profile friend, etc. Alexa Chung is premiering a new documentary series, “Secrets of the Fashion Industry,” on British Vogue’s YouTube channel.
So many weddings seem to be planned with an eye to the photos and their ultimate appearance in a magazine/bridal style blog/Facebook. Which makes it pretty unsurprising that, apparently, you can now hire a Condé Nast-approved team to style and photograph your special day.
Alexandra Shulman, the editor of British Vogue, is so bored of people asking her why models are unrealistically thin.
The March 2014 issue of British Vogue includes the first shoot styled by new contributing fashion editor to the magazine and longtime cover girl Kate Moss. It features Daria Werbowy looking very Moss (at least inside the magazine).
Kate Moss is on the cover of British Vogue — again. This is the supermodel's 32nd cover of the magazine since earning her first in 1993, aged just 19. To keep things interesting, Vogue had her pose this time around with a big rope. [Fashionista]
British Vogue has just published one of the most beautiful — and original — fashion editorials in ages. It's all about the signs of the zodiac, and it is downright dreamy.
Oh my, how cool does Emma Watson look on the December cover of Marie Claire: The Magazine With Absolutely No Fatties In It? We're serious: It's a great shot. And it's not the pose or the Photoshop. It's the hair.