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Topic - Joanna Coles
Women's magazine Cosmopolitan on Tuesday named Marie Claire chief Joanna Coles as editor-in-chief of its U.S. edition, as Kate White steps down from the post after 14 years with the company.
Fashion's top brass seems to like the military look for next fall. Three days into the seasonal previews at New York Fashion Week Saturday, styles for the urban battlefield have emerged as a trend.
Fashion's top brass seems to like the military look for next fall. Three days into the seasonal previews at New York Fashion Week Saturday, sharp-shouldered styles for the urban brigade have emerged as a trend.
"Mad Men" has gone beyond a fashion fad.
The collective message to come out of eight days -- and more than 100 runway shows -- at New York Fashion Week is that there'll be a longer, looser look to spring 2011. The buzz was about easy glamour inspired by the 1970s.
The fashion world's code word for "make or break" is "the September issue."
She was on the September cover two years ago, and "readers loved it," Ms. Coles said.
"Fall sets the tone more. There's nothing more different from wearing a bikini in August to buying a coat and looking forward to wearing it," says Joanna Coles, editor in chief of Marie Claire.