A Week in Review: November 17, 2017
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Women-Only Social Club The Wing Launches a Bi-Annual Print Magazine via AdWeek
This week, The Wing launched No Man's Land, a bi-annual print magazine that "showcase[s] the magic that's created when women come together." In partnership with The Cut, ten stories will run digitally for online promotion over the next week.
Meet Radhika Jones, Vanity Fair's Next Editor-in-Chief via Vanity Fair
Radhika Jones, formerly an editor at Time and the editorial director of the books department at The New York Times, will take Graydon Carter's seat at Vanity Fair on December 11th. She tells Joe Pompeo at Vanity Fair, "Vanity Fair holds this very unique place in the culture. There’s no title that compares. I’ve worked at a number of different places, and the more I thought about it, the more I thought that I could draw on different parts of my experience in a way that would be meaningful."
The Fascinating Woman Behind Hermès’ Window Displays via AnOther
A new exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris honors the life of Leïla Menchari, the woman behind the windows of Hermès’ Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré flagship from 1978 to 2013.
The 00s Monogram Is Back–This Is Why via Dazed
Chinea Rodriguez examines the return of logomania—from Louis Vuitton's ubiquitous monogram to Demna Gvasalia's ironic branding tactics. “The monogram’s strange duality of timelessness and trendiness is it’s biggest asset. It fulfills our nostalgia for the past while giving us something new.”
Naomi Campbell, Rupaul and More on What the All-POC Pirelli Calendar Means for Diversity via Fashionista
Pirelli's 2018 calendar will, for the first time ever, feature a cast made up entirely of people of color. Whoopi Goldberg, Naomi Campbell, Duckie Thot, and P. Diddy are just a few of the faces you can expect to see alongside your monthly agendas.