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- Two of my favorite words: Visionary and Power.
The Carine Roitfeld name is often used in context with these words. Visionary and Power.
Since her departure from Vogue Paris and Condé Nast she has taken the limelight by storm in the media, in the fashion world and in business. I knew she was ready when she set up shop in New York City. If there is a place for re-invention and opportunity it is the NYC. The launch of her biannual, CR Fashion Book, is MORE than successful and fabulous, is it any wonder that Harper’s Bazaar and Hearst Publications (the direct competition to Vogue and Condé Nast publications) has come calling.
- The Big News:
“Roitfeld will produce a limited amount of editorials for the magazine to run across world wide editions, it was announced today by David Carey, president, Hearst Magazines, and Duncan Edwards, president and CEO, Hearst Magazines International., on several stories a year starting in the March 2013 issues of all 26 international editions of BAZAAR, which have a combined audience of more than 11.3 million worldwide. Edwards commented, "This collaboration marks the first time anything like this has been done.”
She is a visionary in the fashion world and we are so happy to be working with her. “Carey said,” Hearst is the world’s largest publisher of monthly magazines, and we’re always looking for powerful ideas that can play out across the globe.
- Final Look:
Roitfeld will continue to work on her various other projects. That’s how a Boss does it.
Nichelle first began her career in the fashion business with SFFAMA as a volunteer. The St. Louis Missouri native graduated with a Bachelors degree in Arts and Science from Webster University in her hometown and moved to California two years later to pursue a career in Human Resources. Her passion for Fashion and style became a full on obsession and led her to seek out SFFAMA. Nichelle was appointed to the SFFAMA San Francisco Fashion Week committee and held a position as a Marketing Representative for events. She became a staple at the SFFAMA San Francisco events and flew to New York for the launch of the Fashion+Tech New York [Fashion+TechSF] branch that opened in March 2012. Eager to learn more about Fashion and style from a design perspective, she moved to Milan. Although she has moved to Milan, Nichelle continues to work with SFFAMA as the Fashion Editor at Large. She attended Fashion Week for Spring Summer 2013 in Milan and Paris trying her hand at Fashion photography for Street Style and attended Fashion Shows and events for Vogue Italia and Wunderkind. Nichelle intends to pursue a Masters in Fashion Communications next year. Nichelle now wears a number of hats in her current post as Fashion Editor at Large for SFFAMA and she is curating her own blog fashionwhoreNY.blogspot.it, a daily symposium of Fashion news, celebrity, culture and inspirations.