After reports surfaced that Chinese and Japanese Vogue broke their Health Initiative with the use of two models who were under the age of 16, the magazine has stated that they are severely clamping down on the use of underage models at their publication. We’re not convinced yet.
We thought Times Square was just a place that a giant disco ball dropped at the beginning of the new year or where that massive electric McDonald’s resides. But luckily this Thursday at the beginning of New York Fashion Week there will be a reason to brave the crowds of tourists with fanny packs. Four fashion shows will be live-streamed in Times Square on the larger than life screens that surround it and it’s a sight that New Yorkers and tourists alike will be amazed by.
Though Carine Roitfeld has no intentions for her upcoming magazine, CR Fashion Book, to compete with the Vogues of the world, Condé Nast apparently still holds a grudge against the former Vogue Paris editrix.
- Business card. Of. The. Summer! You may have just met him…and this could be crazy. But here’s his biz card — call this guy maybe? [Paper]
- The Great Gatsby trailer has finally premiered and one thing is obvious: the costumes are great and gasp-y. Trailer after the jump! [Huff Po]
Voguetron assembles once again as Vogue‘s 19 international editors — including the fab foursome of Anna Wintour, Alexandra Shulman, Emmanuelle Alt and Franca Sozzani — have signed on to The Health Initiative. A pact to promote healthier and more positive body image, The Health Initiative will be featured globally in the June issues of Vogue.