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A Year In the News 2022-2023
A Year in the News 2022-2023 is a compilation of Miss Tweed's stories published during its third year. Like the second yearbook, it is a limited edition. Hence, it is a collector's item. It's designed to celebrate the work of illustrator Claire Laude. Each illustration runs next to the first two paragraphs of the story. It does not contain the entire story.
In just over three years, Miss Tweed has established itself as the go-to place for deep-dive stories and exclusive news on the fashion and luxury industry. This sector has grown into one of the major pillars of the global economy and controls media outlets through weighty advertising budgets. Few journalists enjoy the “luxury” of criticizing a luxury brand or of holding it to account.
Miss Tweed embodies a certain spirit of resistance to the pressure big brands put on journalists to write what they are told. It is ad-free to guarantee complete editorial independence.
Miss Tweed relentlessly explores and investigates the secretive and powerful fashion, watchmaking, jewelry and beauty industries, which are all deeply intertwined. The luxury industry is full of colorful and creative personalities who can be as glamourous as they can be ruthless. The success of a brand depends on the vision and personality of its leader and shareholders. If you understand what goes on in the heads of those running the world’s biggest fashion and luxury brands, you can predict what decisions they will make. Miss Tweed has shown several times in the past three years that it could do that.
There are always two sides to a story. Miss Tweed always tries to publish both. This Paris-based media was founded by Astrid Wendlandt, Reuters’ former European luxury goods correspondent and previously a correspondent for the Financial Times in Moscow and London.
About the author
Astrid Wendlandt worked for 13 years at Reuters news agency, mostly as European Luxury Goods Correspondent based in Paris. She previously wrote for the Financial Times in Moscow and London. This is her third book and the first published by Miss Tweed Publishing, a young house specialized in fashion and luxury.
Astrid Wendlandt holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Russian studies from McGill University and a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy that included coursework at Harvard Business School.
About the illustrator
Claire Laude is a Parisian freelance illustrator who enjoys creating stories that allow her to explore her imagination. She works on projects that offer her the opportunity to give a fresh, unexpected, off-the-wall interpretation of a given subject. Claire Laude helps brands develop original and elegant worlds and construct their visual identity through illustration and animation.
After a Bachelor of History at the Sorbonne Paris IV, Claire Laude took classes at l’École Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris and later at the École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs from which she graduated with an Applied Communication Arts diploma in 2003.
More details on the website : www.clairelaude.com.
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