Zombie Boy Jac Jagaciak
This month, “Fashion” – the Polish magazine – is doing it big. They have rolled out a Greenpeace project by the name of “Yes, We Care” that plans to take on a big role in the “Climate and Energy” action’s fight for clean energy. To accompany their new project, Zuza Krajewska and Bartek Wieczorek have shot a striking new cover featuring Jac Jagaciak and Rick Genest (aka Zombie Boy – the same tattooed suit-wearer from Lady Gaga‘s “Born This Way“). Cover of the month? I think so.

Emma Watson
Thanks to a Nylon magazine special-edition Zune was gifted to me about six years ago, I have had a daily reminder of the quasi fashion magazine. The magazine – like the mp3 player – is chic, quirky, and youthful. In fact, their Best Dressed List for 2010 runs along that same theme. The list is a good one, with the exception of Blake Lively who requires a stylist…stat. Let’s remember, Nylon, good individual items do not qualify an entity into the best dressed list.

1. Emma Watson
2. Alexa Chung
3. Blake Lively
4. Rachel Bilson
5. Leighton Meester
6. Carey Mulligan
7. Alison Mosshart
8. Mary Kate Olsen
9. Zooey Deschanel
10. Natalie Portman

Carine Roitfeld French Vogue
The rumours are true: Carine Roitfeld is resigning from French Vogue. After 10 years at the helm of the rock and roll-esque fashion magazine, Roitfeld has announced she is stepping down as Editor-in-Chief by saying “- it’s 10 years that I’m editor of the magazine. I think it’s time to do something different.”

Roitfeld confirmed that she had informed Jonathan Newhouse, CEO of Conde Nast International, of her decision to pursue new projects. “I have no problem with Jonathan, and he understood me very well. I had so much freedom to do everything I wanted. I think I did a good job. When everything is good, maybe I think it’s the time to do something else. I have no plan at all.”

The Parisian’s replacement will announced in the coming weeks. Ten bucks on Emmanuelle Alt.

Kassia Struss Fashion Magazine 10th Anniversary
Fashion Magazine has hit the big 1-0! For their 10th anniversary special issue cover we have a stunning New York-shot image of Kasia Struss by Seth Sabal. As I’m sure you’ve noted, the accompanying artwork is celebratory and just faultless. That is thanks to mega fashion illustrator Tomek Sadurski.