Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Influential & inspiring women in fashion today.

Christine Centenera - Fashion Editor, Harper's Bazaar Australia. Christina is a Fashion Editor at Harpers Bazaar Australia.  She started her magazine career working at Cosmopolitan in Australia. She also freelances as a stylist and works as Lara Bingle's stylist.
Carine Roitfeld - Editor-in-Chief, Vogue Paris. Carine Roitfeld is the Editor-in-Chief of the French edition of Vogue, a position she has held since 2001. While she was working as a freelance stylist, her daughter, Julia, was in a children's fashion shoot for Italian Vogue Bambini in 1990, photographed by Mario Testino. Roitfeld and Testino soon after began working as a team, doing advertising work as well as shoots for American and French Vogue.
Anna Dello Russo - Fashion Director at Large & Creative. She is currently the Editor At Large and creative consultant for Vogue Japan. Anna was born in Bari in Southern Italy, and now lives in Milan. Having said to ‘wear just night-clothes in daytime.It is unexpected’ and "When (she) was a kid, one of (her) DREAMS was to be forgotten in a FASHION DEPARTMENT STORE  at closing to remain undisturbed to play with all the clothes all night long.’
Kate Waterhouse- Herald Sun. Kate, 26, has previously worked with leading newspapers and magazines in Australia and internationally. She was the Style Editor for the Sunday Telegraph prior to moving to the high-status Sun Herald.


  1. Dont they all have the most amazing effortless with 100% impact style xoxo

  2. bouf just boring ladies with money, the wang statement in the right column doens't makes sense with these choices...they all have nice composed styles, to compose an outfit after some magazines and blog viewing just comes down to certain combinations and color palletes these days, but are they inspirational? in what?
    I'm craving to find a woman to follow the style and life lately...