Roitfeld’s New VenturesPosted by Styloko
When Carine Roitfeld, the former Editor-in-Chief of French Vogue, left the famed magazine, the fashion world speculated on her next move. With an autobiography soon to be released, details on her new venture have just been announced. Carine will embark on a new multi-channel project with Barneys New York reported WWD.
The Parisian will act as a guest editor for New York’s fashion centre’s autumn collections. Other than her usual role of stylist, Roitfeld will edit the store’s campaign (shot by her frequent collaborator and friend renowned photographer Mario Sorrenti) and design the Madison Avenue stores window display for the big September reveal.
She told WWD that she’s relishing the pick-and-mix of her new-found freelance career. “I am sure that one day I will, even if it’s not my own magazine, do special stories for magazines and maybe something on the Internet. The only sure thing I know is that I will keep my freedom. I can be a muse for a designer, I can do work for some magazines, and do advertising, and maybe something like Barneys, but still keep my freedom.”
It appears that Carine is enjoying life and her new found freedom. Her multi-directional ventures will soon delight with her popularity reaching new peaks as her friend Mario Sorrenti will create a video portrait of her, capturing her chic and undeniably French attitude. We wish the best of luck with Carine and await with anticipation, along with the rest of the fashion world, to sneak a peak at the results of her new ventures.
Image from MarieClaire.co.uk
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