You could imagine my surprise when I flipped through this month’s issue of Vogue magazine and saw my In The Jaune editorial looking up at me from the page. I thought: how could Vogue bite my idea like that? I know what you’re thinking: “ummmm pipe down Sandra, Vogue ain’t lookin’ at you.” But consider that I had this idea from Fall of last year, it’s in my editorial calendar from last year and I published it first in January. If that’s not a bite, then I don’t know what
FBI STYLE Magazine, a digital publication created for the style-wise woman will be launching with a preview issue in January 2018, with the full issue hitting the internet in March 2018. “This is not your typical fashion magazine,” says editor, Sandra Gabriel,” our focus will be on style that looks good but doesn’t necessarily keep up with trends, seasons, price points or sizes,” Gabriel adds. The essence of FBI STYLE will be the network of bloggers, influencers, brand ambassadors and contributors that it’s built on. Gabriel says their role will
In 2015, I became intrigued by the Met Gala based on Rihanna‘s entrance in Chinese couture made by Guo Pei. Riri blew us away in an imperial yellow, fur-trimmed cape with embroidered flora and it was the talk of the town. Embed from Getty Images Fast forward to 2016 and I find myself in a documentary-watching phase on Netflix and I stumble upon The First Monday in May, which follows the creation of the 2015 Met Gala where the theme was “China: Through The Looking Glass”, an exploration of Chinese-inspired fashions.