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Emmanuelle Alt Named Editor-in-Chief at Vogue Paris

It looks like the rumors were true. Emmanuelle Alt has been tapped to replace Carine Roitfeld as Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Paris. Alt joined the magazine in 2000, mere months before Roitfeld. Alt had this to say about her new position:

It’s a great honor for me, but also a great pleasure to get to the head of Vogue Paris that I know very well. I will try to develop the incredible potential of Vogue Paris while working with very talented teams.

Alt will work with Deputy Editor Olivier Lalanne, who also oversees the male-targeted Vogue Hommes International.

Okay! Now that the nearly month-long drama has ended, we can all get back to focusing on what really matters: Obama’s toes.

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French Vogue Narrows Search For New Editor-In-Chief

Carine Roitfeld turned a few heads last month when she announced that she would be vacating her post as editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris.  A WWD report indicates that sources close to the situation believe French Vogue’s fashion director Emmanuelle Alt is the current clubhouse leader to succeed Roitfeld.  One other name in the mix for the editor-in-chief role is Virginie Mouzat, the fashion editor of French newspaper Le Figaro.

Patricia Goldman Communication, the firm that oversees media relations for Condé Nast France, said that no decision has been made on Roitfeld’s successor.  Her replacement is expected to be named next week.

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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.