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Emmanuelle Alt Named Paris Vogue Editor

Friday, January 7, 2011
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No big surprise amongst the fashion flock: Emmanuelle Alt was named the Editor in Chief today of Paris Vogue, replacing her mentor and constant collaborator Carine Roitfeld. The only other contender for the cherished job was Virginie Mouzat, the Fashion Editor of Le Figaro. But all bets were on Alt who came to Paris Vogue in 2001 with Roitfeld and was the Fashion Director of the magazine. Alt will start her new post on Feb. 1 – just in time for the global Fashion Weeks.


“Emmanuelle has all of the professional and personal qualities needed to continue to makeVogue Paris the leading monthly fashion magazine,” said Xavier Romatet, the president of Conde Nast France at a press conference today. “I give her full confidence to embody and lead this demanding brand and to let it live in all of its different dimensions, including digitally.”





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