August 16th, 2014
In The WSJ. Magazine

‘The Franca Files’

Franca Sozzani The inspirational editor in chief of Vogue Italia, Franca Sozzani, is profiled in this weekend’s WSJ.  At the magazine’s helm since 1988, Sozzani is best known for the photographers she’s helped launch–Meisel, Lindbergh, Ritts, Roversi–all of whom went on to become enormously successful. Sozzani is gearing up for Italian Vogue’s 50th anniversary this fall– I’m sure the commemorative issue will be a keeper. WSJ

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  • Thank you for bringing all the fabulous pictures and eds to us, you have the most amazing taste, and I really love Franca Sozzani, her style, her life and career !

    http://www.pardonmyobsession.com/

    CarolineAugust 17th, 2014  10:03 AM

     
  • I am such a fan of Franca Sozzani and Carla Sozzani. What is not to love? Style, grace, intelligence and an independent attitude.

    Preston, love your blog.

    CiaraAugust 18th, 2014  5:44 AM

     

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