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Former Vogue Paris Editor Carine Rotfield Heads to Barney’s New York

Carine Rotfield, who left her position as Vogue Paris editor-in-chief in December last year, is heading to Barney’s New York, WWD reports.

After achieving record levels of circulation and advertising for Vogue Paris, there was much speculation as to where the style icon would next take her talent. Barney’s New York is now lucky enough to take her on: Rotfield will be coming to New York to serve as a guest editor and stylist for the luxury department store’s autumn advertising campaign, working with fashion photographer Mario Sorrenti and Barney’s creative director Dennis Freedman.

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Reporter Who Left Journalism Returns|TV Guide Shrinks|Carine Roitfeld’s Movie Dreams|WSJ Wins Softball Title|Good Housekeeping‘s Green Seal Investigated

New York Times: Thomas Moran, a Star-Ledger politics columnist who left journalism to become policy director at PSE&G, has returned to his old gig.

New York Post: TV Guide is planning to cut its rate base from 2.9 million to 2 million.

WWD: Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld says that were she to leave the magazine, she would like to do “a well-made film about fashion.”

CelebStoner: The Wall Street Journal clinched the New York Media Softball League title yesterday, defeating BusinessWeek.

Slate: The truth behind Good Housekeeping‘s Green Seal.