Then over at Vogue, where there's been talk about Anna Wintour's possible departure and their sagging sales she decides to put Beyonce Knowles on Vogue's new cover-it's called the shape issue from 0-20. Tres interesting. Beyonce is definitely a shapely woman and but someone who consistently dresses amiss at every possible event does she really represent fashion in the same vein as Vogue does? It's amazing how people are reacting to this new economy and if magazines that represent a certain part of culture are looking at these two to rescue them, I truly wonder what will be next. Food for thought.
Really now? Zac Efron is the future? What the heck has Interview been smoking? I believe it's called , not to be repetitive, but the ailing economy and sagging magazine sales. Recently, Interview had another shake-up within its ranks. The new heir apparents are the duo M/M Paris, Michael and Mathias, who took over for Fabien Baron and Karl Templer. M/M are known for their art work in music and fashion. They brought back the Interview font from the '70's but it seems by having coverboy, Zac Efron, on their first issue, they're more hoping that Zac Efron will be their future and increase their sales. Hmmm....let's wait and see.