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Thursday, 11 October 2012

Thursday, October 11, 2012
Looks like Carine Roitfeld wasn't done making fashion waves. According to a Thursday morning press release from Hearst, the former Vogue Paris editor has been hired as global fashion director for Harper's Bazaar.

Let's not forget that Bazaar is a Hearst magazine while Vogue Paris is a Conde Nast title. With Hearst and Conde Nast engaged in an eternal industry rivalry, is this Roitfeld's way of sticking it to her former employer?
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However, recognizing the rarity for an African designer to be shown in the mainstream Paris fashion week, Adama Ndiaye took matters into her own hands. For the first time ever, Paris welcomed Black Fashion Week.

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