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New York Times Names Peter Lattman Deputy Business Editor

The publication has moved media editor Peter Lattman back to the business desk, giving him the title of deputy business editor.

MPA Ranks September Issues

While the numbers might need a statistics degree to decipher, it found that Glamour had the largest brand audience with 19 million for the month.

Harvard Business Review Ranks Top CEO's

The November issue lists the world’s top 100 ceo’s, and 14 of them hail from the fashion and retailing world.

Printemps, Paris, Christmas, Burberry, Karlie Kloss, Simon Nessman, holiday, ad campaign

Printemps Unveils Holiday Ad Campaign

For the third year running, the campaign was conceived by creative director Stephen Gan, shot by Mario Testino and styled by Carine Roitfeld.

Pharrell Williams and Karl Lagerfeld in Collaboration

Lagerfeld directed the musician in his latest movie, to be screened in tandem with Chanel's pre-fall collection on Dec. 2.

Hedi Slimane, Julia Cumming, Sunflower Bean, Saint Laurent, vocalist, musician, muse

Julia Cumming, Hedi Slimane's New Girl?

The 18-year-old vocalist and bassist of the Brooklyn-based band Sunflower Bean is rumored to be one of the Saint Laurent designer's latest muses.

Marion Cotillard, Dior, Lady Dior, ad campaign, handbag, Paris, Raf Simons,  Craig McDean

Dior Unveils Latest Lady Dior Campaign With Marion Cotillard

The actress wears looks from the pre-fall collection by designer Raf Simons, while sporting three new versions of the bag.

Condé Nast Cuts 50 on the Business Side

The layoffs confirm rumors of budget cuts at the New York-based firm.

Lord & Taylor, Teri Agins, Hijacking the Runway,

Lord & Taylor Hosts Book Party for Teri Agins

Her newest work, “Hijacking the Runway,” which dissects the blurred line between celebrity muses and fashion designers.

Hearst Tower, Michele Morgan Mazzola, Town & Country, Harper’s Bazaar, The Editor’s Eye,

Michele Morgan Mazzola Curates Retrospective for Hearst

“The Editor’s Eye” features of both rare and celebrated photos from 1948 to 1992.

nars, francois nars, tilda swinton, ad campaign, spring

Nars Taps Tilda Swinton for Spring Campaign

The makeup artists shot four portraits of Swinton for the ads, which will run from January through April.

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