Roitfield's first cover. February 2001.

Roitfield's final cover. March 2011.

This months Vogue Paris will certainly fill shelves in the french country house of Carine Roitfield, as she's named this March issue her last. The 56-year-old landed the role of French editor 10 years ago, and has since grown to become one of the most influential names in fashion. Details on Roitfield's decision to bid farewell from the renowned publication were released abruptly back in December, leaving the industry startled. "It is impossible to overstate Carine's powerful contribution to Vogue and to the fields of fashion and magazine publishing. Under her direction, Vogue Paris received record levels of circulation and advertising and editorial success." - Jonathan Newhouse, CEO Conde Nast International.
After pairing the 'Editor in Chief' title with countless designer power suits over the past 10 years, Roitfield claims that the time has come to devote her efforts to personal projects only. Upcoming jobs have not been discussed or released, but we have no doubt that she'll master whatever she puts her paws on. Photos above showcase Carine Roitfield's first cover featuring Kate Moss back in 2001, to her last featuring Saskia de Brauw for March 2011. Along with dozens of bright, fabulous editorials, the final pages include a handwritten 'edito' to all of her dear readers, so classy of you Roitfield. Looking forward to her next 'a la mode' adventure, Bonne chance! photocreds: iwanttobearoitfeld


Roitfield and her team borrow some of Victoria's biggest, bustiest Secrets for Vogue Paris' latest. Lensed by Inez and Vindooh, Adriana, Izabel, Lily, and Karolina showcase their artistic ways with a lot more clothes than we're used to. Nice to see the girls in front of a different shade than bubblegum pink too. Styling by Carine Roitfield for March's 'Body Secrets'. photocreds:bloginity


The Beautiful & The Damned from stylestalker on Vimeo.
Photographed by Darren McDonald, the 'Style Stalker's latest lookbook has done a tremendous job on selling us their inspirations. The Australian born online retailer proves to have a few smarty pants running their creative direction with results like this. The campaign featuring Ali Lagarde, boasts a killer collection, while emulating a beautiful dark romance. Spring 11' is entitled “The Beautiful and the Damned” and looks to be quite fitting considering the collection is damn beautiful. Bad joke? Regardless, they've won our heart. photocreds: trendhunter, vimeo


Eight fairytail fashioned looks are what make up Amanda Seyfried's latest editorial for Interview Magazine's March Issue. Styled by Karl Templer, lensed by Mikael Jannson, the Red Riding Hood star pairs her natural sense of innocence with the likes of Nina Ricci, Falke,Valentino, Dolce, and Alberta Ferretti for one romantic looking photo story. Seems like all she needed was a rocking chair, and a dress-up trunk worth thousands for Interview's pages to ooze a sense of fantasy fashion. Watch here, for behind the scenes footage of the pretty photo story, along with the interview conducted by yours truly (mine truly), Sir J Timberlake.  photocreds:fashiongonerogue


Alice Temperley opted to skip NYFW to mark her label's decade anniversary through a showing at London Fashion Week in the grand surroundings of The British Museum. A venue not likely used for this purpose, Alice Temperley seems to ooze decadence wherever she shows. Intricate stitching, and heavy embellishments on rich, heavy silks and delicate tulles left the crowd (and antsy bloggers like ourselves) simply swoon. Our favorite part? The way she pulls off the use of crystal, fringe, pleating, silk, and ruffles all in one piece that boasts a surprisingly subtle result. *sigh* With a collection like this, and raved reviews throughout London, Alice has got reason to raise her glass to an astounding 10th year. Temperley London, you're anything but temporary. Happy Anniversary! photocreds:,


Topshop Unique takes the runway to a new level of creative direction for A/W 2011. 101 Dalmatians entire fall collection? Looks like Topshop took their inspiration a tad too literal. While there are plenty of wearable pieces, we're finding ourselves to be quite confused with the whole Magical world of Disney inspiration. Where were we when Cruella De Ville was named a style icon? In our opinion, the remainder of the collection has potential. With a little bit of face paint remover, along with the dismisal of Cruella coats, and Minnie Mouse up-do's, this could go a long way. All kinds of weird. For the full collection click here, and let us know what you think. photocreds: