Topic: Vogue

Anna Wintour’s Two Top Associates At Vogue Just Made Very Fashionable Exits

Anna Wintourâs Two Top Associates At Vogue Just Made Very Fashionable Exits

What is happening over at Vogue? According to ShowBiz411, Laurie Jones, who actually hired Wintour at New York Magazine, and was then brought to Vogue by Wintour when she became the Editor in Chief, is leaving at the end of this month. She is the Managing Editor at the mag and is considered Anna Wintour’s right hand woman. And then on top of that, Andre Leon Talley, a very famous and well-know fashion editor-writer, is also quitting. He has been with Condé Nast since the early 80s, and with Wintour since her first day at Vogue. Whoa! More »

Gwen Stefani’s Refreshing Honesty: Constant Dieting And ‘Guilt’ About Working Too Much

Gwen Stefani's Refreshing Honesty: Constant Dieting And 'Guilt' About Working Too Much

No Doubt singer and style queen Gwen Stefani is on the cover of the January issue of Vogue. On the cover, she’s a rock-star glamazon wearing a sparkly gold blazer and photographed by Annie Leibovitz. Inside, however, the mother of two gives an impressively honest interview about her “guilt” about working when her two young sons are at home. More »

The New Vogue Documentary Confirms Everything You Expected Vogue Editors To Be Like

The New Vogue Documentary Confirms Everything You Expected Vogue Editors To Be Like

Nothing says holiday cheer like fashion editors telling us how they make models look even better. That’s right get ready for In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye, the new HBO documentary on the masterminds behind Vogue’s amazing photo spreads. If you loved The September Issue, looking at awesome clothes and strong French accents than this is the film for you.
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Anna Wintour Sticks Up For Tory Burch In Nasty Battle With Her Ex

Anna Wintour Sticks Up For Tory Burch In Nasty Battle With Her Ex

Anna Wintour may not be known for being the warmest of people but when she sees a talented designer in the fashion world being treated badly, she will defend them. In an article in the latest issue of Vanity Fair, Contributing editor Vanessa Grigoriadis writes about the nasty battle between designer Tory Burch and her ex-husband Chris Burch and his company C. Wonder. Not only is Chris being accused of ripping off his ex-wife’s remarkable style and design aesthetic but he is also personally attacking Tory and her business prowess. But Anna as well as design legend Diane von Furstenberg will simply not stand for it. More »

Kate Moss Could Have Used A Better Union When She Started Her Modeling Career

Kate Moss Could Have Used A Better Union When She Started Her Modeling Career

In a new Vanity Fair interview with Kate Moss it is revealed that the iconic model did not have a very glamorous start to her career. One of the first shoots of the then 16 year old Moss required her to be naked. The process was so upsetting to the young teen that she suffered anxiety for years after it. This was 20 years ago, but according to experts, the industry has not improved that much when it comes to the treatment of young female models. What could have helped Kate was a better union protecting her, like the Model Alliance that exists today for the very purpose of helping these young women not be exploited. More »

According To Glee, Vogue Interns Break Into Song And Don’t Have To Abide By The Laws Of Society

According To Glee, Vogue Interns Break Into Song And Don't Have To Abide By The Laws Of Society

According to Glee, the film The Devil Wears Prada was a bunch of lies. Interns at famous fashion magazines aren’t forced to run dumb errands, work 1,000 hours a week and take orders from a boss who doesn’t even know their name. According to this show, at Vogue you can get promoted from intern to right hand man to a top editor over night. You can also break into an office in the middle of the night and let your weird roommate try on clothes and then film this and make a music video. You won’t even get a slap on the wrist for that. Instead you will get your editor breaking into an Annie medley complete with a dance break. More »