Writer for Bite Magazine, Senior Men's Fashion Editor at The WALK
A collection of interesting images, writings, and other media on fashion and culture.
First, I’d try more models on the cover while balancing sales objectives. There’s a good purpose behind the use of celebrities, and I actually think Vogue does a good job of using celebrities are templates. The fashions are still recognizable on celebrities, but I think models might provide better covers in some cases.
Second, there is a need for more varied forms of the glamor that has made Vogue what it is. The editorials typically stick to a “traditional” style of glamor, but I think it can be done in more pioneering ways. More visual innovation.
Finally, I think the magazine needs more fashion-centered reporting. I’d like to keep the profiles of political figures and other celebrities. Those are extremely important to the Vogue culture. But I think the intellectual and journalistic caliber can be upped, just a little. That says a lot, considering that Vogue tells great stories about women right now. But the potential is there for improvement.