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Emmanuelle Alt confirmed as editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris


January 8, 2011/2.17

Vogue Paris decembre 2010
Above Vogue Paris’s December 2010 issue, which turned out to be one of Carine Roitfeld’s last as editor-in-chief.

As predicted several weeks ago, Condé Nast has named Emmanuelle Alt as the editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, succeeding Carine Roitfeld.
   Alt, formerly fashion director at the magazine, will begin her new role on February 1 with the May 2011 issue.
   She had joined Vogue Paris shortly before Roitfeld, and recently celebrated her tenth anniversary at the magazine.
   Like Roitfeld, Alt has a strong styling background.
   Alt says in a news item on the magazine’s website, ‘It’s a great honour for me, and also a great pleasure to arrive at the helm of Vogue Paris, which I know very well. In working with very talented teams, I will devote myself to develop the incredible potential of Vogue Paris.’
   Xavier Romatet, chairman of Condé Nast France, says, ‘Vogue Paris is doing very well and I wanted to confer the editorship to someone who could provide continuity while creating a new spin on things.
   ‘Emmanuelle has all the professional and personal qualities needed to continuing Vogue Paris’s role as a leader among the world’s fashion magazines.
   ‘Vogue Paris must be a collective, passionate adventure where the views of the most creative and most diverse in fashion and beauty are expressed, through the collaboration of the greatest photographers and stylists, whom Emmanuelle knows perfectly.
   ‘I give her my full confidence to live and lead this prestigious and demanding brand and make it live in all its dimensions, including its digital development.’
   The magazine says that Alt will work closely with deputy editor Olivier Lalanne, whose responsibilities now include the editorial direction of Vogue Hommes International.

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