All posts tagged "Vanity Fair"
The Daily Media: 42 Shifts to Discuss
Heather Shimokawa, formerly men’s fashion market director at Vanity Fair, has been named U.S. VP of PR and communications at Bally. Lydia Forstmann, formerly EVP of the Americas for wholesale and licensing at Tory Burch, has been named chief commercial officer at Rag & Bone. Stacy Adimando, formerly freelance food, travel, and lifestyle writer, has
Amy Schumer (and Donald Trump) Cover Vanity Fair
Amy Schumer makes herself at home on the May cover of Vanity Fair in a shot by Annie Leibovitz with styling by Jessica Diehl. Inside, Schumer chats with Bruce Handy about her early days as a thespian. “My sister and brother liked to play characters that already existed, like Snow White, but I liked
Meryl Streep Circa 1988 Covers Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair goes into the archives for its April issue with a Brigitte Lacombe-lensed 1988 shot of Meryl Streep, who is the focus of an upcoming biography by Michael Schulman. VF features a long excerpt from his Harper book Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep about making the 1979 film Kramer vs. Kramer, which brought her an Oscar one year later.
IMG Signs Photographer Sebastian Faena
IMG announced today that it has signed photographer Sebastian Faena, and will help him to expand his work in fashion and film and explore new areas in digital, television, and creative consulting. Faena has mostly been known stateside for his fashion photography, working closely with Carine Roitfeld for CR Fashion Book, Stephen Gan for V Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Porter, Vanity Fair,
In Case You Missed It… The Daily Media
Another Monday, another Daily Media recap! So, what made last week’s headlines? A handful of promotions at InStyle, a new fashion editor at GQ, a departure at Vanity Fair, a former MORE beauty editor found a new home, plus a rising editrix took the helm at Town & Country. Get the full update HERE.
The Daily Media: 55 Shifts to Discuss
Punch Hutton, formerly deputy editor at Vanity Fair, has left the company. Bouchra Jarrar, creative director at Bouchra Jarrar, has been named artistic director of women’s collections at Lanvin. Mobolaji Dawodu, formerly style editor at large at Fader Magazine, has been named fashion editor at GQ Style. Noah Johnson, formerly fashion features editor at Details and
Inside Vanity Fair’s Epic Oscars Bash
The party of the year of every year is undoubtedly Vanity Fair’s epic Oscars bash, which was held last night in Los Angeles in a stunning custom-designed space at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts across from Beverly Hills City Hall. Shutting down part of 90210 for the night, the event was hosted by VF EIC Graydon Carter
Caitlyn Jenner Partners with MAC for Finally Free
Caitlyn Jenner and MAC are in business! They’ve launched a rose-colored lipstick, called Finally Free, which caters to “All Ages, All Races, and All Sexes.” All proceeds will benefit the MAC AIDS Fund Transgender Initiative, which helps improve transgender communities countrywide. The I Am Cait star hinted she had something up her sleeve yesterday on Twitter: “Some days I just
The Daily Roundup: Kaia Gerber Lands First Campaign, Derek Lam Debuts Fragrance Films
Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here… Kaia Gerber Lands First Campaign Just days after Cindy Crawford announced her retirement, her daughter Kaia Gerber lands her first campaign as the face of LA-based Chrome Hearts, for Spring/Summer ’16—and she looks just like her mom! Derek Lam Debuts Fragrance Films In honor of
The Daily Roundup: Vuitton Partners with UNICEF, Kanye Promises a Cheaper Yeezy
Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits… Louis Vuitton Partners with UN Children’s Fund In an effort to help children in need, a special jewelry item called the Silver Lockit goes on sale January 13 at all of Vuitton’s 460 stores and online for $500,