THE MOST powerful woman of fashion, US Vogue editrix
Anna Wintour, once again hosted the ultimate fashion party at the Met in New York.
Once-disgraced designer John Galliano took a step closer to fashion rehabilitation on Monday night when he was invited to present an award at the star-studded British Fashion Awards -- moving famously icy Vogue editrix
Anna Wintour to tears.
On stage that night, designed in Vreelandesque (read: exaggerated) proportions by Joey Mendoza to transport the audience to Vreeland's very red garden-in-hell Park Avenue apartment in New York in 1971, four months after the editrix
was fired from Vogue, all dreams of glamour and pizzazz came alive and, for about 90 minutes, with no one on stage but Cherie Gil playing DVnation, we forgot how ordinary our lives had become ever since Grace Mirabella took over Vogue and, ditching her predecessor's obsession with fantasy, busied herself and the pages with real lives, real women, reality or the truth, "a hell of a big point with me," as Vreeland said.
Her plane, which also had Vogue editrix
Anna Wintour and models Jourdan Dunn and Georgia May Jagger on board, was diverted to Newcastle on Friday because of the galeforce winds.
Worldwide attention and now, banned from the cover of Vogue, reportedly by order of editrix
But this year, Kardashian and West, who performed at the gala, reportedly dined at Wintour's Manhattan home ahead of the event in the hopes an "intimate dinner" would sway the editrix
to give Kardashian an invitation.
She barely speaks English," Contactmusic quoted French Vogue editrix
Carine Roitfeld as saying.
Lucy Spiller (Courteney Cox), the brittle tabloid editrix
who toys with the lives of her employees and magazine subjects in FX's "Dirt.
recall the real-life spectacle of Vogue editrix
and reigning empress of
He wrote: "I used to have some respect for the Chronicle as an honest paper but I cannot have if its editrix
(I think this refers to Deputy Features Editor Jennifer Bradbury who helps compile our Letters pages) is not just editing but censoring readers' letters and I know that there is no machinery or complaint against this except in the paper itself.
Good girls' editrix
Nikko (Canada) says she was inspired to start her zine 'by reading about the many awesome zines that have come before us--and also by my frustration because there wasn't anything with a national scope in Canada, and I felt there was a need.
Christine Bertelson, who as the editrix
of the editorial page cleared the editorial for publication, admits she had some misgivings about using it, and that it might have been more appropriate to the op-ed .