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Tennis stars well-groomed, thanks to U.S. Open pop-up salon

FASHION NEWS

September 05, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour reportedly plans to host two fund-raisers in Europe this fall for President Obama's reelection campaign.
Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour reportedly plans to host two fund-raisers… (Diane Bondareff / Associated…)

A pop-up salon at the U.S. Open helps keep tennis players looking their best. NYC stylist Julien Farel is in his sixth year offering trims, braids, updos, mani-pedis and more to the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Elena Vesnina. And occasionally shearing some hapless court VIP who has lost a bet. [The Cut]

Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour has hosted a series of fund-raisers for President Obama's reelection campaign here in the States. Now she's reportedly going international with plans to hold fund-raising dinners in London and Paris in conjunction with fashion weeks in those cities this fall. [Politico]

Stefano Pilati, creative head of Yves Saint Laurent from 2004 until his final show for the label this spring, is heading to Ermenegildo Zegna to be head of design for the menswear division and creative director of Agnona, a women's fashion and accessories line owned by Zegna. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Marie Claire Editor Joanna Coles is taking over for Cosmopolitan Editor Kate White on Sept. 10. White, who has headed Cosmo for 14 years, reportedly wants more time to pursue a writing and speaking career. [Fashionologie]

Coles will be replaced at Marie Claire by Brides Editor in Chief Anne Fulenwider, who previously was executive editr at Marie Claire. [WWD]

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