Emmanuelle Alt plans to distinguish her editorial style from Carine Roitfeld at French Vogue magazine by featuring models wearing more clothes than they usually would do on fashion shoots.
Emmanuelle Alt will be featuring models wearing more clothes in order to distinguish her editorial style at French Vogue from Carine Roitfeld.
The editor-in-chief of the magazine - who was previously fashion director before taking over the helm from Carine in December - explained while she plans to go against the trend of models wearing minimalistic clothing, they will still be flashing the flesh.
She told WWD: "They will be wearing more clothes. One boob though - otherwise won't know it's French Vogue."
The fashionista admitted she is also hoping to nurture a new wave of stylists at the magazine, and plans to bring in a whole host of fresh staff.
Emmanuelle added: "I want to have new people working for the magazine. I also want to push some new stylists: all the girls who have been trained by French Vogue."
Meanwhile, previous editor-in-chief of the magazine Carine has announced plans to release her first autobiography 'Irreverent' on October 4.
Olivier Zahm, who edited the book, told Vogue.co.uk the tome is a "scrapbook" of The Fashion expert's life, including personal letters and images of various shoots she worked on.