With the amount of text dwindling in many publications, I was excited to read that Emmanuelle Alt, who recently took over from Carine Roitfeld as editor-in-chief of Paris Vogue, is committed to longer features with actual words in her version of the Conde Nast title. By emphasizing writing she seems to be proving wrong critics who questioned her literacy level.
But she will also always make sure her magazine contains at least one boob, according to WWD.
Flicking through a binder showing off a shoot of Anja Rubik by Hans Feurer, Alt arrived at a page of the model reclining, her blouse open and a nipple in plain sight. “One boob,” she said, holding up a finger and flashing a big smile: “Otherwise, you don’t recognize it’s French Vogue.”
She also plans to feature stories about French cinema in her version of the magazine. I’d be totally on board if I could remember any of the French I learned in college! That minor was apparently un coup d’épée dans l’eau!
Read more at WWD.