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.
Things are in great shape over at dMondaine! The slimming lingerie brand, created by designer Kiana Anvaripour, is designed to enhance women’s curves rather than hide them, while...
Áslaug Magnúsdóttir, co-founder and formerly CEO of Moda Operandi, has left the company...Carissa Rosenberg Tozzi, formerly entertainment director at Seventeen, has been promoted...
Catch them if you Cannes! A second jewelry theft has taken place at Cannes and this time it was a $2.5 million de Grisogono necklace.