The TeenVogue Handbook: An Insider’s Guide to Careers in Fashion offers advice and real-life success stories about breaking into the fashion industry. “I hope for kids that they will just be totally inspired by the stories of these people making careers out of nothing in a way,” said TeenVogue editor Amy Astley at a party Read More
It’s springtime for Oscar in autumn! We just came from Oscar de la Renta’s Pre-Fall 2008 show, held in an old church on Park Avenue and 63rd Street. It seems even Old School fashion bigwigs like Mr. De la Renta are starting to acknowledge the fact that balmy temps can, these days, extend Read More
Midway through New York’s Olympus Fashion Week, it seems that no one cares any longer to tell fashion designers whether they’re right or horrendously wrong. Or is it that the press has realized that their fashion opinions just don’t matter in the American marketplace?
“It used to be,” said John Fairchild, the former rip-roaring publisher Read More
It wasn’t exactly what we had in mind when we suggested that Lucy, our 16-year-old, perform community service (a prerequisite to getting into college these days), but she did it anyway: She went and had her hair cut off. This wasn’t an act of adolescent rebellion-although, come to think of it, that may have accounted Read More
The Princess Wintour: Regal Anna’s delightful daughter, fashion regent to Condé Nast’s Queen, contributing editor at Teen Vogue
Anna Wintour, the queen of the New York City fashion hive, named her daughter Bee-and thus far, the buzz around the Teen Vogue contributing editor and unofficial muse, 16, is almost uniformly positive. Few were willing to Read More
“I think their life is so hard,” said Amy Astley as she sat talking about the young people-the actors and actresses, the models and rock stars-who fill the pages of her magazine, Teen Vogue .
The hazel-eyed, blond-haired ballerina turned editor in chief has such confidence in the girls who read and appear in Teen Read More
It may not have matched the white-knuckle drama of the October 1962 Cuban missile crisis-when U.N. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson took on the Soviet Union’s Valerian Zorin during an emergency session of the Security Council-but the United Nations experienced a kind of Broadwayrevival on Monday, Jan. 27.
Insidethe U.N.’s East 46th Streethome, there was a flurry Read More
The old muumuu-clad you–the jolly gal with more chins than the Peking phone book–she’s gone forever. You just lost a ton of weight (congrats!), and you are now a tabula rasa–a free woman ready to reinvent herself.
Your exaltation is, however, tinged with Schadenfreude . Despite the weight loss, you still think of yourself as Read More