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Podcast: Vogue archive editor Laird Borrelli-Persson on fashion history
In this episode, Gucci Podcast has welcomed Vogue archive editor Laird Borrelli-Persson. Borelli-Persson discussed the unique perspective her job gives her on fashion history, and the continuing influence of the past on the present. Listen to the podcast below. Source: Gucci Podcast via Spotify Photo credit: Gucci, Facebook
29 Oct 2021
Vogue Germany names new head of editorial content
Vogue Germany has named Kerstin Weng head of editorial content. Weng was previously editor-in-chief of InStyle Germany. She will report to British Vogue’s Edward Enninful, who oversees Vogue in Europe in addition to being editor-in-chief of British Vogue. Weng takes over the duties previously held by Christiane Arp, who was editor-in-chief of...
22 Oct 2021
At Condé Nast, only fully vaccinated models can grace its covers
Condé Nast, publisher of fashion stalwarts Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair and Tatler, has implemented a policy that only fully vaccinated models can be featured on its covers and in its magazines. This is in addition to regulations that all employees must be vaccinated, now including talent, freelancers, consultants and any service providers involved on...
20 Oct 2021
French Vogue marks 100 years but is it still in fashion?
Paris - French Vogue has been setting trends for a century, from the post-war ‘New Look’ of Christian Dior through the sexual liberation of the 1960s to the dangling-cigarette waifs of the 2000s. But as a new exhibition in Paris marks the magazine’s 100th birthday, times are troubled at the fabled magazine. Just last month, it was confirmed that...
7 Oct 2021
Vogue Scandinavia wins Red Dot Design Award 2021
Vogue Scandinavia Just launched fashion magazine Vogue Scandinavia and Finnish forest products manufacturer Stora Enso have won the Red Dot Design Award in the “brands & communication” category for their renewable eco-packaging concept created to replace plastics in magazine packaging. That means starting with a bang for the Scandinavian edition...
19 Aug 2021
Greta Thunberg graces first cover of Vogue Scandinavia, which aims to become the world's most sustainable publication
The first issue of Vogue Scandinavia has been published. On the cover is none other than Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, sitting under a bright green canopy. In a big pink trench coat, she leans against a tree trunk, stroking the nose of an Icelandic horse with her left hand. The magazine features a multi-page interview with Thunberg,...
13 Aug 2021
Vogue Forces of Fashion 2021: Fashion Goes Forward
Vogue’s annual Forces of Fashion summit will return virtually for its fifth year on July 7th and 8th for two immersive days of panels and discussions—and more opportunities than ever before to connect with your fellow attendees. This year’s event will again feature scores of entertaining and thought-provoking conversations and experiences with...
14 Jun 2021
Leading fashion illustrator Nuno Da Costa discusses his success
Nuno Da Costa is the fashion illustrator’s illustrator, commanding respect in an industry that has arguably prized the camera over the paintbrush since photography emerged over a century ago. His style, a mixture of craftsmanship, fantasy, and judicious use of technology, is immediately recognizable yet he attended none of the top fashion...
26 May 2021
Condé Nast launches Vogue Man Hong Kong
Condé Nast has debuted new style publication Vogue Man in Hong Kong. The men’s edition of the famous fashion magazine will be published together with the April and September issues of Vogue Hong Kong and run biannually. Its latest regional magazine dedicated to men’s style will join the editions published in France, Italy, UAE, Ukraine and the...
31 Mar 2021
Vogue to publish new Kamala Harris cover following controversy
Vogue will publish a limited edition of its latest issue featuring a different photo of Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris after the original cover image sparked controversy, the magazine said Tuesday. Critics slammed the photo that graced the hard copy of the February issue, saying it was poorly composed and diminished Harris's achievements as...
20 Jan 2021
Anna Wintour comes to the defense of Kamala Harris' Vogue cover
A Vogue cover photo of a casual Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has sparked controversy, with critics saying it diminishes the politician's achievements, forcing editor Anna Wintour to defend the image Tuesday. Criticism of the cover has spread on social media since it was released on Sunday, with users insisting that what they see as a...
13 Jan 2021
Condé Nast appoints Edward Enninful as Vogue's European editorial director
A sea of change at Condé Nast has seen a myriad of departures at Vogue magazine around the world. While it was by no means a mass exodus as some news outlets reported, a number of company’s highest-level editors and executives in key European markets, together with Germany, Spain and Italy, have indeed left. Edward Enninful, British Vogue editor...
16 Dec 2020