With a handful of partnerships (with the likes of MAC and Barneys, no less) as well as landing titles like "global fashion director" for Harper's Bazaar, Carine Roitfeld is making some tremendous waves in the fashion industry at the moment and will likely have much more to add over the following years. Keep your eye out for this one.
To celebrate Carine Roitfeld's very first editorial as the new global fashion director for Harper's Bazaar, Hearst hosted a discussion between Roitfeld and Town & Country editor Jay Fielden last night. While all sixteen images from Roitfeld's spread played across a giant screen, the editor explained that the shoot, titled “Carine on the Collections,” took place in New York the week after Hurricane Sandy. Some of the clothes didn't make it, and she had to move the set to Brooklyn. Ironically, Vogue had also fled to the same studio, and Camilla Nickerson was shooting with Craig McDean at the same time. Read More