Sunday, March 7, 2010

Weekly Obsession : Vogue Editors

Anna Dello Russo, editor of Japanese Vogue, recently came to New York City. Upon hearing this we immediately looked to find out were she was staying. So we could make that our preferred hotel of course.  After a few anxious minutes on google we discovered that she stayed at her own town house in the city. Silly us we should of realized she'd have her own house here. But to our complete astonishment we saw that she had not one but two houses, next door to each other.

One is for her clothes!!!!

We are currently counting the seconds for our neighbors to sell so we can snatch their house up and move in our clothes!

Carine Roitfeld, editor of French Vogue, in a recent interview also seems to despise American Vogue as much as we do.  It's not the idea of it we hate, just that on every single page it's so commercial. They have totally sold out! French Vogue however is unconcerned with making fashion wearable or accessible to its readers. There is no advice on how to dress if you’re shaped like a pear or about to turn 50. Maybe in a few years Anna Wintour will retire and here's hoping someone like us  (or maybe us?!) will take over and kick that magazine back into shape. 

Yet another reason to love them... And would kill to be them


Kim said...

Roitfeld has the right idea. I can't stand American Vogue anymore...and most of the American editions of the other fashion magazines.

Every girl should have their own house for their clothes!

Mango said...

oooh a second home for clothing sounds nice...

Anonymous said...

Second home for my clothes = new life goal...

So the list is now:
1. Acquire fabulous clothing of such quality/quantity that they require a second home
2. Acquire second home

...somewhere along the way strike it rich doing anything so that my two homes are somewhat more substantial than a cardboard duplex

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