This week’s #MySelfie comes from the beautiful Anja Rubik, the model turned founder and editor of 25 Magazine.
What is the trait you most admire about the fashion industry?
What is the trait you most deplore about the fashion industry?
If you were to be reincarnated as a piece of clothing, what would you be and why?
The Anthony Vaccarello dress I wore to the MET Gala. It was bold, chic, sexy and the only piece in the world.
What was your most memorable fashion moment?
The 2001 Spring/Summer Alexander McQueen Show in London, which was called VOSS.
What is your style motto?
Don’t follow trends; create your own style.
What were you thinking when you took this Selfie?
Fuck, I am late to Versace.
Presenting Issue 7 of INDUSTRIE magazine, a celebration of ‘Staying Power’ channeled through cover star, Tonne Goodman; from her influential stint as a model and subsequent transformation to iconic fashion director. Having worked with some of the industry’s most powerful names, Goodman has helped shape the visual identity of American Vogue for over 100 covers. Striking under the lens of Inez and Vinoodh, in signature black turtleneck and white jeans, she recounts her inspiring career.
Elsewhere in the issue, the man behind the impossibly cool 032c, Joerg Koch, reveals what it takes to be a fearless editor, while a conversation with Nasty Gal founder SophiaAmoruso, proves just why she’s the boss of a multi-million dollar brand.
Behind every successful career there’s a great team; INDUSTRIE profiles the Unsung Heroes of some of the industry’s biggest stars such as Lisa Love and Graydon Carter, while three of the most influential agents in the world, Camilla Lowther, Amber Olson and Beverley Streeter, talk about looking after other people’s careers. All this alongside Lara Stone, Tabitha Simmons, Joan Smalls, Rosie Huntington Whitelely, Lisa Marie Fernandez, Alexander Wang, Freja Beha Erichsen and Derek Blasberg.