Carine Roitfeld's CR Fashion Book debuted in September to a lot of noise. The theme of the magazine's first issue was rebirth -- which made sense because it marked Roitfeld's return after her departure as editor of French Vogue -- and because her daughter, Julia, was pregnant with a baby girl. "It's become an obsession," she told us at the time. "Everyone can interpret the theme in a different way: it could be birth, babies, it could be death -- it could be so many different things." But, she hinted, the next issue "will be a totally another world." Already, that seems to be the case: a series of exclusive images they've released to tease the upcoming second issue (one of which appears exclusively here) reveal graceful women in various Spring fashions frozen in different ballet positions. The issue hits stands later this month, and will appear on CRFashionBook.com.
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