When Eva Chen confirmed that she was leaving Teen Vogue, the news came a surprise. What with such a strong presence on social media, Chen has become one of the major faces of the magazine over the past few years so her departure came as a surprise. What her next step will be is still unclear but what we do know is that her replacement is about to start at the magazine.
Last week former Glamour senior beauty editor Elaine Welteroth was confirmed as her replacement and will officially begin in her new role on October 15. 'I will be responsible for the direction of the beauty content in the magazine and online,' she explained to Fashionista in an interview. When asked about how she feels to be stepping into Chen's shoes, she couldn't be more complimentary about her predecessor. 'I couldn't be following up a better act,' she said. 'We've definitely spoken about the role - she's been incredibly supportive through and through,' she revealed, and by the sounds of it, she's set to be a fitting replacement.'
Just before fashion week began, Savannah Miller confirmed that the launch of her own label, Savannah and shortly atfterwards, she showed her collection to a small group of press but last week, the first official image of the debut collection was released.
As expected, the clothes aren't a big departure from what she did with sister Sienna at Twenty8Twelve. What's different, though, is that the new label is more focused on including 'clothes to wear every day that don't cost the earth and make you feel great,' rather than the more trend lead Twenty8Twelve and so far so good. The outfit in the image, sported beautifully by Dree Hemingway, would make a welcomed addition in any women's wardrove and the quality looks good despite the affordable price range.
Are you excited for the collection to launch on October 24.
Back in May, Chanel confirmed that it had managed to snap up Brad Pitt to serve as the first male face of Chanel No.5 and since the news was announced, not much has been said about it but with two weeks to go before the TV commercial is released, more information about the partnership is slowly trickling in.
As always, Chanel has remained pretty tight lipped about the details but from the above sneak peak still from the campaign shoot suggests that we can expect Pitt to look very natural in the shots. According to the president of Chanel Fragrance and Beauty Andrea d’Avack, the actor will speak 'in a way that the viewer assumes he's speaking to a woman,' before we realise that he's actually talking about the fragrance. Well it better be good. Considering that the brand dropped $10 million on US advertising on top of Pitt's $7 million fee, expectations are definitely high.