Tag: vogue

Melania Trump Is Steamed She Was Never On The Cover Of ‘Vogue,’ Calling Them ‘Biased’

Perhaps had she been married to another president, Melania Trump would have regularly graced magazine covers as a beloved First Lady. Unfortunately she’s married to Donald Trump, a chaotic and deeply unpopular world leader who still won’t publicly admit he lost re-election. Surely there are worse indignities than never being on the cover of Vogue, […]

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What You Need to Know About the 2022 Met Gala

What You Need to Know About the 2022 Met Gala What’s the Theme? Each year’s Met Gala has a theme. Vogue editor Anna Wintour and head curator of the Museum of Modern Art’s Costume Institute will decide all of the details of the museum’s exhibit and the give the stars a guide to how they […]

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Review: ‘Anna: The Biography,’ by Amy Odell

ANNA: The Biography, by Amy Odell In the very first pages of “Anna,” a semi-authorized biography of the Vogue editor Anna Wintour, the protagonist cries. It is Nov. 9, 2016, the morning after her erstwhile pal Donald J. Trump was elected to the presidency, and Wintour is speaking at a hastily arranged all-staff meeting. In […]

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Patrick Demarchelier, Fashion Photographer, Dies at 78

Patrick Demarchelier, one of the photographers whose work defined fashion for the decades around the turn of the millennium, died on Thursday. He was 78. His death was announced on his Instagram page. The personal portraitist of Diana, Princess of Wales, Mr. Demarchelier was most famous for his work with both Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, […]

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Condé Nast Workers Form Companywide Union 

Hundreds of workers at the publishing giant Condé Nast, which owns titles like Vogue, Vanity Fair, Bon Appétit and GQ, announced on Tuesday that they had formed a companywide union. The employees, including editorial, video and production staff, said in a statement that they were pushing for better pay, increased job security and a stronger […]

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André Leon Talley in His Own Words

André Leon Talley was the last of his kind: a fashion editor who operated without the filter of a corporate public relations apparatus. He made broad, extravagant declarations like, “We’re living in such a vulgar age!” He was the “pharaoh of fabulosity” who put himself on his own best-dressed lists and eviscerated celebrities whose red […]

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Naomi Campbell Pens Touching Tribute to André Leon Talley

Naomi Campbell Pens Touching Tribute to André Leon Talley on Instagram She concluded, “Your unconditional love and support has never wavered, from encouraging me to pick up the phone and calling Anna Wintour and asking for my first American vogue cover September issue to giving me the the confidence to learn the Michael Jackson dance […]

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Remembering Fashion Icon André Leon Talley’s Legacy On Race, In His Own Words

NewsOne Featured Video Source: Jerod Harris / Getty One of the least mentioned aspects of the death of André Leon Talley has been the role that race played during his life. But he was very vocal about the intersection of racism and the fashion world in the years leading up to his death. The fashion […]

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