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Gisele is the muse of the eternal spring for WSJ Magazine

“Gisele Bündchen likes Dunkin’ Donuts” reports Wall Street Journal Magazine on it’s latest muse, the renowned Brazilian supermodel turned activist Bündchen. Read more

Christy Turlington & Cameron Russell speak out in i-D’s Radical Issue

Featuring the iconic supermodel of the nineties which is blooming through her advocacy Christy Turlington and Cameron Russell who is on a mission to bring some decency to the fashion industry i-D’s Spring 2018 issue highlights those who speak out against any wrongdoing.

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Time to fall in love with LOEWE all over again

Τime to fall in love with LOEWE all over again

Fashion, photography, art and craftsmanship add colour to LOEWE’s universe.

Launched February 14th 2018 the renowned fashion house publishes it’s first free quarterly publication. Aptly named Eye/LOEWE/You the magazine features each of LOEWE’s most recent creative projects on the permanent archive of the printed world. Read more

A role model for the ages: Angelina Jolie does ELLE

In Honour of International Women’s Day Nina Garcia decided to relaunch ELLE with a bright graphic cover featuring actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie. Read more

The Bottega Veneta way to wear this season’s trends like a pro

The Bottega Veneta way to wear this season's trends like a pro

From the return of the “bold-shouldered” tailoring to the evolution of the “millennial pink” ELLE brings forward the trends of the season through the Bottega Veneta’s creations for F/W17.
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Jennifer Aniston: Hollywood’s goddess on her joys of being Greek

 

“”Your skin is like no other. You must have Greek in you” says Jennifer Aniston to Amy Sedaris, both proud icons in their own field in her latest, quite stunning, Harper’s Bazzar. Read more

W Magazine’s Next Gen Royals rule

“Brilliant. Talented. Funny. Determined. Charming. Alluring. Inventive. The women and men in W’s annual Royals portfolio are all that and then some, and they rose to the top of their fields by sheer force of will” declare W Magazine of it’s star studded portfolio of Hollywood royalty. Read more

Kendall Jenner’s new controversy is all about India

Just weeks after her previous spot which caused a stir (ie. the infamous Pepsi ad), almost the same week Kendall Jenner was called for promoting one of the year’s biggest entertainment fiascos (ie. the amazingly failed Fyre Festival), the 21-year-old media personality is once again in the line of fire for gracing the cover of Vogue India. Read more

Emanuele Farneti succeeds Franca Sozzani

Emanuele Farneti has been named editor-in-chief at Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue, according to numerous reports.

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Kendall Jenner is the performance artist you didn’t know existed

“But Is It Art?” With an introductory video to the legends of the performance art (Yoko Ono, Marina Abramovic and Ulay, Yves Klein and Murakami Saburo Kendall Jenner is the millennial model turned artist for W Magazine’s tenth art issue.

Courtesy W Magazine. “When you’re a model, you’re a mannequin for other people,” Jenner explains between frames of her fixing her hair. “I want to be the director of my own vision now” she says before paying homage to Yoko Ono’s Cut Piece, Yves Klein‘s Anthropometries, Murakami Saburo’s Passing Through, and Relation in Time by Marina Abramovic and Ulay (which features Gigi Hadid).

Performa’s founder RoseLee Goldberg lends her voice to the introductory video and contemporary artists Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin (both rising stars in the realm of performance art) are altering the reality with Jenner and Hadid two “Placebo Pets”, two “super friendly, domesticated humanoid pets” to underscore what the artists identify as society’s preoccupation with surveillance and stardom.

“We created social media, but then it changed us because we interacted with it. It transforms us and transforms the next thing that happens just by existing. You can’t really avoid being trained” Trecartin explained in a statement.

Trolling or not, Jenner is pulling the strings in the performance art scene of this month in fashion whilst an ever evolving W Magazine proves that it can and will break new ground on what a fashion publication should stand about.

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In other Condé Nast related news

Chief Executive Bob Sauerberg announced that the media company is dividing into five groups—business, editorial, research, technology, and creative—that will take priority over individual brands, with each group working under one leader (Anna Wintour will continue to serve as artistic director), Women’s Wear Daily reports.

According to a memo obtained by several news outlets, there will still be dedicated staff at each brand, while, depending on their role, others will work across multiple titles Jezebel reports and Business of Fashion is more than certain that more layoffs are anticipated (New York Post reports the company is aiming for budget reductions of between $20 and $30 million for 2017).

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“In the past several years, Condé Nast has tightened its operations considerably, shuttering Details, shifting Teen Vogue under Vogue, laying off employees at GQ, Teen Vogue, Glamour, Self, and Allure, and combining the business/operational teams at Glamour and Self. In a January article, the New York Times noted that this landscape of constant upheaval has rattled employees” reports former Glamour editor, Ellie Shechet.

“These new, contemporary structures will make it easier to collaborate across edit, business and brand-to-brand and truly unleash the collective power of our incredible company” the memo reads. Take note: fashion’s media latest trend is downsizing. Again.