2009 March 2
(MILAN) The recent installation of Inteview creative directors Mathias Augustyniak and Michael Amzalag is fostering widespread change in the magazine's look. Alongside a model-lite approach to fashion editorial and, of course, a full redesign, the magazine will experience a very different cover treatment--including a new logo. "We're going back to a retro style," editorial director Glenn O'Brien explained at last night's private dinner hosted by Roberto Cavalli to launch his Cavalli Card. Expect the revamped look and logo to appear in the May issue.
A sneak peek into the stylish world of L.A. via The Daily's first-ever Hollywood issue…The real turbo engine in L.A.’s fashion explosion is the designers (green fuel, of course...
G’Day, gorgeous! When she isn’t covering Australian Vogue or strutting down the Victoria’s Secret runway, Aussie beauty Jessica Hart is ripping it up on her BMX and developing...
Candice Swanepoel Proves To Be The Perfect Spokesperson For A New Philanthropic Handbag Line [Vogue UK] And it’s not because of her looks, but because of her desire to give back...