Model Selena Forrest is styled by Marie Chaix in ‘The Botany of Desire’, lensed by Zoe Ghertner for W Magazine #5 2019./ Hair by Tamara McNaughton; makeup by Fara Homidi
Model Primrose Archer is styled by Max Permain in ‘Caped Crusaders’, lensed by Theo Sion for W Magazine #5 2019./ Hair by Luke Hersheson; makeup by Lynsey Alexander
W Magazine’s new editor-in-chief Sara Moonves styles Hailey Baldwin Bieber in fall perfect for fashionistas loving Lady Liberty and leopard spots, with a llama or two thrown in for good measure. W officially crowns Hailey Miss America as she traipses the East Coast from Martha’s vineyard to New York Harbor lensed by Colin Dodgson. / Hair by Rudi Lewis; makeup by Susie Sobol
‘W ‘ Style Director Sara Moonves in on the move again, this time into the top slot, replacing longtime W Magazine Editor-in-Chief Stefano Tonchi, as the magazine’s new owners announce their future plans.
Before moving to ‘W’, Moonves worked for American Vogue as a contributing fashion editor and was previously senior fashion director at ‘T: The New York Times Style Magazine’. Sara is the daughter of former CBS Chairman and CEO of CBS Corporation tycoon Les Moonves.
Tonchi has been part of extensive efforts at Condé Nast to sell the publication, but bowed out on Monday when the owners of Surface and Watch Journal acquired W, as well as the license to WKorea, under the newly formed Future Media Group.
"I think he's done a wonderful job at the brand, but from an innovative standpoint and where we are looking to go, I think women's fashion should be seen through women's point of view," Future Media Chief Executive and Chairman Marc Lotenberg told ‘BoF’.
Top model Anna Ewers is styled by Katie Grand in ‘She Wears The Pants’, lensed by Mikael Jansson for W Magazine #3 2019./ Hair by Eugene Souleimin; makeup by Pat McGrath
Model Rianne Van Rompaey is styled by Grace Coddington in ‘The High Life’, lensed by Craig McDean for W Magazine Vol. #2 2019./ Hair by Orlando Pita; makeup by Francelle Daly; set design by Piers Hanmer