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Franca Sozzani, Vogue Italia

Q&A: Franca Sozzani

Vogue Italia's editor in chief doesn’t shy away from controversy. Some might argue she courts it.

finkmaster flex, mister cee, hot 97, power 105, The Breakfast Club, Angela Yee, Charlamagne Tha God, Clear Channel, Big Steph Lova, Emmis Communication, Howard Stern, “The Hip-Hop Wars: What We Talk About When We Talk About Hip Hop — and Why it Matters”, Tricia Rose,

Hip-Hop's Sexual Divide

The arrest of Mister Cee kicked off one of New York's strangest media battles, which raged for several days on two of the city's hottest radio stations.

Revel Yell: Paris Review Hosts the 'Best Party in Town'

The Paris Review Revel was the best party in town on Tuesday night, just ask Bill Keller.

Nicola Formichetti, Twitter, digital world, social media, digital agency, Moving Image and Content,

Mugler's Digital World

Nicola Formichetti brings a surfeit of digital savvy to the 37-year old fashion house.

Prince William, Kate Middleton, royal wedding, Westminster Abbey, media coverage,

Readying the Full-Court Press

As the royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton approaches, American media plots an onslaught of coverage.

Laura Morgan, Newlyweds, John Mayer, Oprah, Lucky Magazine, New York magazine, Allure, Marie Claire

Jessica Simpson: Image Builder

WWD takes a look at how the self-effacing star continues to reinvent herself.

jane pratt, tavi gevinson, say media

Jane Pratt Plots Her Comeback

A new Web site and a magazine project with blogger Tavi Gevinson are in the works.

emmanuelle alt, french vogue

Emmanuelle Alt's Alternative Take on Vogue

The April issue of French Vogue, which hits newsstands on March 25, is her first as editor in chief of the Condé Nast France title.

New York Times Staffers Missing in Libya

Anthony Shadid, Stephen Farrell, Tyler Hicks and Lynsey Addario were last heard from on Tuesday morning.

Pilar Guzman, Deborah Needleman, Domino, Jane, Tina Brown,

Is Print in Vogue Again?

WWD talks with four magazine editors who gave up the ink-stained world for the Web — only to return.

Erin Ralph, bullet,, Tavi Gevinson,

Erin Ralph, the Original Wunderkind

At 26, she is the co-founder of Bullett magazine and actually something of a fashion lifer.

Frank Rich, New York Times, columnist, New York magazine,

Speaking Frankly: New York Gets Rich

After 31 years at the New York Times, Frank Rich is heading to New York magazine.

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