Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele


Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele is a French fashion editor, consultant and photographer. After forging a name for herself at French ELLE as Fashion Editor Countess, Anne-Marie Errembault de Dudzeele moved to New York City in 1985 to become Fashion Director of Special Projects for Vogue and was named Fashion Director when Anna Wintour became Editor-in-Chief. Cerf immediately made her mark on American Vogue with the iconic cover she styled for Wintour’s first issue in November, 1988 mixing an haute couture jacket with her own jeans, a revolutionary look that became the leitmotif of Cerf’s idiosyncratic, widely-copied style.