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3 posts tagged "Olivier Lalanne"

Emmanuelle Alt To Be Editor In Chief Of Paris Vogue

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Announced this morning: Emmaneulle Alt (left), longtime rédactrice en chef mode at Paris Vogue and Carine Roitfeld’s front-row companion, will take the reins of the French glossy beginning February 1, 2011. Condé Nast France president Xavier Romatet made the announcement on Vogue.fr; Alt calls the appointment an “honor” and “a great pleasure.” She’ll continue to work alongside Olivier Lalanne, Paris Vogue‘s rédacteur en chef adjoint, whose duties will be enlarged in scope; Lalanne will continue to edit Vogue Hommes International independently.

Photo: vogue.fr

Blasblog: Proenza Party At The Pyramid

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“It’s all about the Pyramid Club right now,” Proenza Schouler’s Lazaro Hernandez said outside the venerable East Village night spot. “It’s major.” Well, the Pyramid Club might have been major a few decades ago, when Debbie Harry dropped by and club kids in giant shoulder pads danced all night, but since then it’s kind of been in a lull. Leave it to Hernandez and design partner Jack McCollough to snap the club right back into relevance. Schouler fans like Mary-Kate Olsen, Victoria and Vanessa Traina, Nicole Richie, and Olivier Zahm stormed down Avenue A to celebrate the boys’—can we still call them boys? They’re both over 30—triumphant show earlier Wednesday night. “We figured we wanted to dance, and we wanted room. Besides, we’re tired of Beatrice,” McCollough explained as he stomped into the darkened, strobe-lit dance floor.

paris fashion week: the tracksuit as imagined by carla sozzani

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Raising eco-consciousness through fashion can be hard work. But former stylist Mariel Gamboa seems to be accomplishing the mission—along with a little help from her friends, whom she recruits as co-designers. Her LENY project (motto: “Design for a cause and save the planet”) has steadfastly been making an impact in Europe over the past couple of seasons. Her first effort was a collection of customized T-shirts. Then came the tote bags that were spotted everywhere from Capri to L.A. (we love Vogue Homme International‘s Olivier Lalanne’s “Happiness is not a destination it’s a voyage” version, pictured). This season the collaboration continues with a lineup of contributors including Carla Sozzani, Anastasia Barbieri, and Angela Lindvall, who’ve created tracksuits that will be produced by Buddhist Punk. Proceeds from the sales of the suits will be donated to Al Gore’s Climate Project. As we near the end of a marathon month of fashion shows, we have to say that something as comfortable as a tracksuit sounds like a pretty good idea.

Photo: Linlee Allen