Emmanuelle Alt is the editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris since 2011. Before that, Emmanuelle was the right hand of Carine Roitfeld, the former Vogue editor-in-chief. She has been working almost 15 years for the same magazine and did no changes in the editorial line created by Carine Roitfeld.
Emmanuelle’s style is also quite the same over the years: crop skinny jeans paired with tailored blazer or jackets, button-down shirts or tee, and sexy heels. And unlike other street-style stars, the French Vogue editor-in-chief recycles her pieces. You can see the same belts and shoes in different photos.
No drastic changes, no rush to try the new all the time, no apparent necessity to prove she is different. In the end, she is unique, considering she’s working in a field that changes have to be made each six months. That makes her so cool!
Alt has two children, Antonin and Françoise. Her husband, also in the fashion business, is Franck Durand, the artistic director of Isabel Marant. Her mother, Françoise, was a Lanvin and Nina Ricci model in the 1960s and ’70s.