A year ago at this time, T: The New York Times Style Magazine was welcoming Marie-Amélie Sauvé as its new fashion director. This weekend, T is highlighting the French stylist’s Feb. 9 launch of a separate bi-annual magazine.
On sale in Paris and New York, Mastermind continue a career path that predates Sauvé’s work as a stylist. Her very first job was an internship at Vogue Paris. From the T Magazine write-up:
The first issue of Mastermind features contributions from Stephen Shore, Steven Meisel, Bruce Weber and of course, Ghesquière. (There is also a “chapter” dedicated to the filmmaker Xavier Dolan.) The magazine’s eclectic content features pieces on architecture, psychoanalysis in Buenos Aires and food. “I like the idea that everything gets mixed up,” Sauvé says. “It’s fruitful. We want to be transgenerational and multi-thematic, that’s the essence of modernity to me.”
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