Carine Roitfeld may have bid French Vogue adieu, but the former editor-in-chief has had no shortage of work since leaving the glossy.
Two weeks ago, we learned that Roitfeld would be styling Barneys' fall campaign -- including the catalog, the windows and a short film -- working with photographer Mario Sorrenti and Barneys creative director Dennis Freedman. She told Women's Wear Daily, "It's good to have a new life, because now I can do projects that I never dreamed of before."
Another such project? Working with Kaiser Karl, apparently.
WWD reports that Roitfeld styled Chanel's fall/winter advertisements, which were recently shot in Paris. The new pics feature model-of-the-moment Freja Beha Erichsen, and Lagerfeld told the fashion newspaper, "The mix with Freja was genius."
Will Carine and Karl keep on keeping on, collaborating in the future? Only time will tell. We wonder if one Tom Ford is jealous yet...