Carine Roitfeld: Life After Vogue Paris
Everyone is abuzz with Emmanuel Alt‘s first issue of Vogue Paris, but lest we forget who came before her? The fabulous Carine Roitfeld…and she is showing everyone that there is indeed (exciting) life after French Vogue.
So what’s next for Roitfeld? Well, according to WWD, Barneys New York has tapped Roitfeld as the guest editor, stylist and muse for Fall. Roitfeld will be collaborating with photog Mario Sorrenti and Barneys creative director Dennis Freedman. On top of that she’ll also be styling the famous Madison Avenue windows for the big reveal come September and take part in creating a short film allowing customers to have a more personal point of view from Roitfeld’s perspective.
Roitfeld is also tackling other projects such as a book chronicling her work as a stylist. As she told WWD, “It’s very exciting…It’s a new kind of project for me. It’s good to have a new life, because now I can do projects that I never dreamed of before.”
Hmmm other projects? Will she follow Dello Russo’s footsteps and launch a fragrance or perhaps an album? Only time will tell…But one thing for sure, whatever Carine decides to tackle will of course be fashionably fabulous.