Carla Bruni-Sarkozy Is Sorry She Said That French Women Don't Need…

In a cover story for the January issue of Vogue Paris, out today, former French First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy shared her opinion that feminism is no longer relevant. She should hang out with Katy Perry! And the maelstrom of other famous female millionaires—cough, Marissa Mayer—whose immediate disclaimers that they… » 12/01/12 3:45pm 12/01/12 3:45pm

Can We Talk About How Incredibly Hideous The New French Vogue Cover Is?

First, someone did this to model Karmen Pedaru's face, and then someone somehow decided it should be on the cover of Vogue Paris. It's coal-miner chic! Eye-wrinkle tribal! One Million Years B.C. what the fuck! Emmanuelle Alt, what were you thinking? [Fashion Copious] » 5/24/12 1:30pm 5/24/12 1:30pm

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Controversial 10-Year-Old Model's Mom Doesn't Quite Get It

The French press has been covering the emergence of those creepy and very adult-styled photographs of 10-year-old child model Thylane Loubry. And Thylane's mother, the entertainment reporter-turned-reality show contestant-turned-fashion designer, has spoken out angrily about what she says is an unfair focus on her… » 8/10/11 6:00pm 8/10/11 6:00pm

Sasha Pivovarova Does Early '80s Madonna For Vogue Paris

The new Vogue Paris includes a lovely editorial by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Sasha Pivovarova wanders around the East Village, looking pleasantly familiar (without verging on annoyingly derivative). » 6/01/11 5:50pm 6/01/11 5:50pm

The New Vogue Paris Looks A Lot Like The Old Vogue Italia

The Internet loves a good game of This Thing Looks Like That Thing. Today's players? Vogue Paris, Vogue Italia, Emmanuelle Alt, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, and Steven Meisel. The charge is that Alt, the recently-installed editor of Vogue Paris, ripped off her latest cover editorial from a 1989 Linda Evangelista … » 5/25/11 6:50pm 5/25/11 6:50pm

Kate Moss Made Emmanuelle Alt's Second-Ever Cover Of Vogue Paris

Kate Moss is manhandled by three swarthy (and very objectified) dudes on the just-released May cover of Vogue Paris, the second produced on new editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt's watch. So far, Alt seems to be sticking to the supermodels: her first cover featured Gisele Bündchen. Carine Roitfeld, Alt's predecessor, ran… » 4/20/11 3:15pm 4/20/11 3:15pm

Carine Roitfeld Says Fashion Is Obscene

Here Is Emmanuelle Alt's First Cover Of Vogue Paris

Emmanuelle Alt's first cover of Vogue Paris is out! It features Gisele Bündchen, as previously reported, wearing a white lace Dolce & Gabbana dress. The photographers are Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Overall this is kind of pretty but boring — but we are interested to see whatever Vogue Paris means by that… » 3/11/11 12:05pm 3/11/11 12:05pm

Ladies, Tom Ford Would Do You Too

"Calvin Klein, Go Back In The Closet!"

Kate Moss Makes Out With Transsexual Model For LOVE

Gaga Tantalizes Fashion World With Promise Of Brand-New Music

MAC Wants You To Lasso Some Wonder Woman-Inspired Makeup For Spring

Rachel Zoe Sees Her Fashion Line Sitting Beside Alexander Wang And DVF

French Vogue's Sexy Kiddie Spread Is Misunderstood

One of the most uncomfortable truths about the fashion industry is that most models begin working when they are in their early teens or even tweens; they are children. In this editorial, Vogue Paris cuts right to the chase. » 1/05/11 5:37pm 1/05/11 5:37pm

Emmanuelle Alt May Be Carine Roitfeld's Successor At French Vogue

The Biggest Fashion Stories Of 2010

The fashion industry in 2010 was rocked by everything from untimely deaths to unlikely unionization efforts. Money, sexual harassment, suicide, and shocking resignations: here's what changed fashion this year. [NSFW] » 12/25/10 4:44pm 12/25/10 4:44pm

Vogue Editor Can't Be Racist, Says Vogue Editor

Was Carine Fired? And Who Will Replace Her?

French Vogue editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld's shock announcement that she's leaving the magazine has spurred one juicy rumor: that she was fired. As the story goes, luxury brands were threatening to pull their advertising, and so Roitfeld was pushed out. » 12/20/10 3:40pm 12/20/10 3:40pm

The Best Of Carine Roitfeld's Reign

In February of 2001, an ex-model, stylist, and fashion writer named Carine Roitfeld released her first issue as editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris. Today, she announced her resignation. In the intervening decade, she made French Vogue a creative powerhouse. [NSFW] » 12/17/10 5:53pm 12/17/10 5:53pm