She’s totally done this before!
Posing for the cover of Vogue Paris’s December/January double issue was pas de problème for Carla Bruni — the supermodel slash former first lady of France has had numerous appearances in the exalted fashion mag, including three major editorials!
This time around the 44-year-old beauty not only graces the cover but is also
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As if her resume wasn't long enough!
On Thursday, Hearst Magazines announced Carine Roitfeld will be joining the Harper's Bazaar family as their Global Fashion Director.
As part of her new role, the former editor-in-chief of the Conde Nast-owned Vogue Paris will collaborate with the mag's creative director Stephen Gan on various stories for Bazaar's 26 international publications.
Duncan Edwards, president and CEO of Heart Magazines International, said of the exciting news
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And the White Light keeps burning!
As we mentioned before, Kate Moss and George Michael cover Vogue Paris's October issue and now the rest of the spread has surfaced!
Inside the French fashion mag, the odd couple posed for Mario Testino's camera in fab ensembles by Versace, Elie Saab, Emilio Pucci, Balmain and Lanvin, among others.
The spread is mostly centered around Mossy, so we're not exactly sure what George's purpose was other than serve as a male prop, but whatevs!
Ch-ch-check out the pics (below)!
[Image via Vogue Paris.]
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Stranger things have happened.
George Michael and his White Light video vixen Kate Moss reunite on the October issue of Vogue Paris.
We love how glamorous Mossy looks in her red gown, but that's about it.
In fact, we were shocked to find out the cover was shot by Mario Testino because the overexposed lighting screams Terry Richardson for Harper's Bazaar.
Maybe Vogue and Kate should stick to solo covers. Those never disappoint.
[Image courtesy of Vogue Paris.]
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Now this is a ménage à trois we can get behind!
Vogue Paris is doing it big for their September issue by featuring Kate Moss, Lara Stone and Daria Werbowy on three separate covers.
Instead of giving each model a different look, all three wear the same black Dolce & Gabbana gown and were given the same hairstyle and luscious red lips.
Even though they're identically styled, each girl seems to make it their own.
[Images courtesy of Vogue Paris.]
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Yves Saint Laurent Paris logo has finally decided to grace us with its presence!
LOVE editor, Katie Grand released the first image of the fashion house's re-branding on Twitter, and another photo was unveiled in the latest issue of Vogue Paris on a black product box.
Katie's Instagram purple shot (above, top) is a piece of a construction board surrounding the label's soon-to-open Mercer Street New York store, but the new logo has since been covered up.
So what do U think? Thumbs up or down on the new logo?!?
[Images courtesy of Katie Grand's Twitter & Vogue Paris.]
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The benevolent one!
Carine Roitfeld has been not so secretly working on a new magazine after she leaving her post at Vogue Paris.
While there have only been rumors about cover girls and a teaser video up till this point, now we have our first picture!
Miz Roitfeld posted the image (above) of an obscured model walking through a cemetery as a gif on her website, where you can pre-order the first issue.
We like this pic in a non-creepy sort of way, but it only makes us want more!
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