afinal, quem corre por gosto não cansa, né?!


How do you feel about the magazine at 90?
In 90 years, we haven’t changed the mood of the magazine. It’s still very audacious. It’s still about beauty. It’s still about excess. It’s still very avant-garde. When we started to do the research, we discovered the same mood in the past, so we are very happy to feel that we are still looking like the iconic Vogue of Newton and Guy Bourdin. We try to be sophisticated, while a little on the edge all the time. But what I can see is that now, the censoring is bigger than it was 20, 30 or 40 years ago. I think we have less freedom. Today some pictures would not even be publishable. It’s not just about the nudity, but when you talk about things politically, the military, kids, it would all be politically incorrect and not publishable today.

How does that make you feel as an editor?

That we have to fight to keep this un-politically correct attitude of French Vogue, but it’s more and more difficult to be able do that. You cannot smoke, you cannot show arms, you cannot show little girls, because everyone now is very anxious not to have problems with the law. Everything we do now is like walking in high heels on the ice, but we keep trying to do it.

How do you remain personally engaged with fashion when everyone else can see it online?

It’s still exciting to me, because when I am going to a fashion show, I’m not just looking at the clothes. I’m looking at the mood, I’m listening to the music, so sometimes, I can be a bit disappointed in one, two or three shows, and then I see a great one and my energy goes up again. There were some big fashion moments last week in Italy, like when you go to Prada, and wonder what’s she going to do this time, or at Dolce & Gabbana, and you are almost ready to cry. Maybe I still like the clothes. I don’t see them just to wear them, I see them as a piece of art sometimes.

_What was the most beautiful day of your life ?

_ It was a night.

_ Who is the most stupid human being you ever met ?

_ You ! For asking me such stupid a question.

_ What is your favorite movie ?

_ The next one.

_ What is your favorite jewel ?

_ Beauty, because you can’t buy it.

_ What do you like doing in life ?

_ Doing nothing.

_ What do you think about free love ?

_ I never think when I make love.

_ What are you wearing to bed ?

_ My lover’s arms.

_ What seduce you the most in a man ?

_ His wife.



venda, troque, doe, solte para o mundo.
(para quem não reconheceu, as caricaturas são de carlos drummond, vinícius de moraes, nelson rodrigues e clarice lispector.)

Q: What is your best fashion memory?
A: Sitting on Yves Saint Laurent’s lap at Dave’s for New Year’s when I was about 12.

Q: How did you first become friends with Marc Jacobs?
A: I saw pictures of his grunge collection when he was at Perry Ellis, when I was about 19 or 20.
I was visiting New York with my mom, and asked if we could go see it. Robert Duffy, Marc’s partner, met me and was nice enough to show me the collection and then Marc said “Hello”, and we started talking. We got along and had interests in common.

Q: What item would you never, ever wear?
A: I don’t like to say never, but I’m pretty sure I’d never wear a velour sweat suit.

Q: What are your all-time favourite films?
A: All that Jazz, Rumble Fish, Breathless, The Last Picture Show and Lolita.

Bardot II

vogue germany, janeiro 2010

Bardot I

bardot inspired @ vogue germany

Michael Oats

Já viu grávida mais estilosa que a editora russa Miroslava? Assiste aos desfiles da semana de moda empenhando o barrigão e ainda posa para os fotógrafos com esse sorriso lindo!