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We had a quick chat, in which she revealed a little more of the MO of the au refurb which is due to be unveiled on September 1st with the addition of Miss Vogue, a "Spy Style" blogger network and the revamped Club Vogue. I guess jumping from one magazine to another is never an easy process.It's all part of a purported digital revolution that's about to be unleashed at au which Mc Cann - who has apparently yet to even join Twitter - is promising will deliver "Australia's number one fashion news source". But I'd been at Bazaar for 10 years so actually before I moved to Vogue I was ready to move on. Yeah, I mean when you work at a fashion magazine, I guess the ultimate title within that market, if you're talking womens' lifestyle and fashion magazines, is Vogue. I don't know, for me it's about the people that you work with and if you'd asked me a year ago if I would go and work for Vogue, not necessarily, because of the people that were there.So it was kind of the right time for me, anyhow, to have a change and make a change. I was at a magazine where I really had a connection with my editor and my fashion director and how it was run. The fact that that's how it's now being run at Vogue is a bit of a dream come true in the sense in that it's run by people that you respect and admire and can learn from and can be mentored by and [who can] instill this way of working that I guess regulates everything that you're used to.
Girl Guide Photographer: Victor Demarchelier Stylist: Jillian Davison and Christine Centenera Makeup: Mickael Noiselet Hair: Teddy Charles Model: Jessica Stam Magazine: Harper's Bazaar Australia March 2012 Seven minutes with Christine Centenera You've got to hand it to Christine Centenera.
The former fashion editor of Harpers Bazaar Australia, newly-appointed senior fashion editor of Vogue Australia and fashion director of the soon-to-be-unveiled "diffusion brand" Miss Vogue, consultant to Kanye West and Ksubi not to mention life partner of hotshot Australian designer Josh Goot is one of the most globally-visible Australian fashion figures.
If not the most visible, with her killer personal style religiously documented by the world's fashion media every time she steps out at an international fashion event. Another thing that singles the ber stylish, part-Filipino out is her humility.
In a world of attention whores, Centenera seems genuinely embarrassed by the attention, barely putting herself out there in social media with just a recent Instagram account to her name.
No, but on my first day, I had to call everyone in to say 'I'm going to New York in a few days and I'm shooting' and I definitely had to catch myself a few times when I almost said 'Bazaar'.
Is there much of a difference though between what you are doing now at Vogue and what you did at Harpers?Well, there was this whole thing that we just can't go over there and do what we do, we need to make our mark, as far as the direction of Ed and Jill and what they want to do. Being the fashion editor of Vogue and Harpers is essentially the same thing you shoot covers, you shoot main fashion.Centenera is one of at least four Harpers Bazaar Australia names to move across to Vogue after the axing of longtime Vogue editor Kirstie Clements in May - with former Harpers Bazaar Australia editor Edwina Mc Cann just-installed in the Vogue editor's chair.Georgie Mc Court-Abay is reportedly due to join Vogue next week as deputy editor and Jill Davison is heading over in August as fashion director.We hear Harpers' market editor Rebecca Carati may also be en route.Centenera was on deck on Monday night to see Dion Lee crowned the Australian regional winner of the International Woolmark Prize.