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Kristin Booker • March 17, 2009

FSB Morning Juice: Vogue, more Vogue, Clive Owen and CFDA Awards

Morning, everyone! We’re working from the satellite office this morning, pondering all things Vogue magazine while our tea cools.

Cover Trends: Have you seen the new cover of Vogue, btw? Beyonce is on the cover, looking gorgeous as per usual. Interesting note: this makes two African-American women in a row on the cover of the legendary magazine. Coincidence? (The Cut)

We Heart Carine Roitfeld: Speaking of Vogue, Carine Roitfeld is denying rumors of taking the helm from Anna Wintour again, saying, “I’m very happy at French Vogue to be able to do everything — almost everything — I want in the magazine. It would be too political at American Vogue for me. And I’m not sure I’m talking enough good English to work there.” While Carine was charming as usual, the CNN writer mentioned Anna’s age in the article. We’re sure this will be handled accordingly. Be sure to check out Carine on CNN: Revealed tomorrow. (CNN)

Daily Male Call: Clive Owen was dressed by Giorgio Armani and two-time Academy Award-winning costume designer Albert in his forthcoming romantic spy picture, Duplicity, out March 20th. Take a moment to reflect on that: Clive Owen in Armani. Le mew, le purrrr…Oh yeah, and Julia Roberts co-stars. (PeopleStyleWatch)

And the CFDA Goes To: CFDA nominees were announced. Marc Jacobs, Narciso Rodriguez and Rodarte are all nominated for Womenswear Designer of the Year. Michelle Obama will be honored with the coveted Board of Director’s Special Tribute and Anna Sui will be given the Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award. The awards will be handed out on June 15th. (WWD)

FSB Quote of the Day: “I loathe narcissism, but I approve of vanity.” – Diana Vreeland

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