Ode To All Things Carine Roitfeld

A few days ago I learned the news of French Vogue Editor, Carine Roitfeld, leaving her position at the magazine after 10 years of loyal service. I've read about 20 articles thus far and upon reading the articles I've also read the comments. I've come to find that upon reviewing the comments, that most people are not sad to see her go, saying things like, "Thank god it's not Anna [Wintour] or else it would be the end of Vogue forever." and other things like, "Everybody knows she wants to be like Anna [Wintour] and couldn't be, so I'm not surprised she's leaving." Obviously these people know nothing of the industry, and they obviously have never done proper research on Carine.
I'm here to give my opinion, which I do well. Carine was known as the most powerful figure in French Fashion. She is a legend and she took pride in her work. Her styling is superb and she has changed the way people view fashion. Carine herself has said that she never wanted to be an editor, styling was always her passion, so that is why Carine styled most of the shoots within the glossy pages of French Vogue. For people to not see the genius in Carine is to not see the genius within the Vogue family. Anna Wintour, Carine Roitfeld, Franca Sozzani, and many others have the power to sell clothes like no other magazine can. They hold the power to make or break a designer, and they have the power to transform clothes into works of art.

Let's take a look at what I think are some of Carine's most memorable editorials from French Vogue

To say that Carine had no talent, would have to be said out of pure envy. Carine will be missed, at least from me. I do wish her a prosperous career wherever she decides to work next.

All Photos From French Vogue, Fashion Gone Rogue, New York Times, T magazine.


Catherine Ava said...

Obviously people do not think before they say something stupid. Thank you for posting this about Carine Roitfeld! She really was amazing :)

sbot said...

Love the post, keep it up!

Ill def be following your blog now, hope you do the same for mine : )



cathy. said...

She truly was magnificent wasn't she?

I love the way she styled these, jealousy doesn't even begin to describe what I'm feeling :P


thebirthdaygirl said...

Lol..I was wishing it was Anna instead of Carine!
Her editorials were far more innovative and thought provoking than American Vogue's snoozeville spreads that are targeted at 50+ year old housewives with deep pockets.
Paris knows the impact of Carine and she will be missed on this side of the pond.
Good round-up of photos Marcus!

Adnan said...

She really is a spectacular stylist!

Perverse Beauty said...

I honestly LOVE Carine so much more than Anna. Is that a terrible thing to say? I think it's because Carine is so much more HUMAN than Anna seems to be... She will be missed, she was one of the only reasons I was such an avid reader of French Vogue. Lovely post, Marcus!

xx - Lera

Onyinye FaFi Obi said...

amazing post!!
so glad you wrote about carine.!
love it.!
i so wanna be like her.!!

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Anonymous said...

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Shelly said...

Great post as always! And good topic. :)

I love her styling job in these editorials. :) So beautiful.

Fashion's Religion said...

Anon - I'm flattered, thanks for your comment.

Rest - Thank you guys so much for all the comments. I'll try and stop buy your blogs and comment back. (:


BobbieAustin27 said...

these pix are really cool, I love how different they are. good job.
you should check out my blog sometimes :)

D'Jae said...

Carine is one of my favorite people within fashion. I love everything she has done for French Vogue!! Great post!!

Chyna D'Jae


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