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Vogue Paris to Start English Edition

Vogue Paris to Launch English Version, Dior Profits Sans Creative Director, and Victoria Beckham's New Cover


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  • Vogue Paris tweeted that it's getting ready to launch an English edition, meaning non-French speakers the world over will finally be able to read the magazine's stories. "France gave the US the Statue of Liberty, now we are taking Vogue.fr to the wider world... get ready for #VogueParisinEnglish," the tweet read. Whether the translation will extend across both the magazine's print and Web editions remains to be seen. [Fashion Etc.]

  • LVMH chief Bernard Arnault told his shareholders this week that Dior is extremely profitable — even without a creative director. "Profits more than doubled to 85 million euros, or $118.4 million, as sales in its own stores advanced 28 percent," he said. That must mean John Galliano's interim replacement Bill Gaytten is doing a good job. [The Cut]

  • Victoria Beckham wears some pretty major statement jewelry on the cover of Harper's Bazaar China this month. Oh, the drama. [The Fashion Spot]
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