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BACKSTAGE, EDITORIALS / August 11 2010 4:03 PM

Vogue Italia Editor Speaks On “Oil Spill” Spread

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SOURCE:Vogue Italia Editor Speaks On “Oil Spill” Spread

Vogue Italia Editor Speaks On “Oil Spill” SpreadA new photo spread in Vogue Italia has a lot of people scratching their heads unsure of whether the spread is bold or just insensitive. The spread, which takes its cue from the oil spill in The Gulf and is titled “Water & Oil,” features various pictures of a model with a feathered dress on and oil on her body. “The message is to be careful about nature,” Franca Sozzani, the Editor-In-Chief of Vogue Italia, explained to the Associated Press. “Just to take care more about nature. … I understand that it could be shocking to see and to look in this way these images.”
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GIRLS / July 20 2009 12:12 PM

MAG HAG: Black Barbie for Italian Vogue

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MAG HAG: Black Barbie for Italian Vogue

MAG HAG: Black Barbie for Italian Vogue

MAG HAG: Black Barbie for Italian Vogue

MAG HAG: Black Barbie for Italian Vogue

According to Blog Crazy Sexy Techie Cool, Italian Vogue is following up last summer’s All Black Issue with a special issue featuring all black Barbies…

Franca Sozzani, Editor-in-Chief of Italian Vogue explains, “Barbie has been an icon for whole generations which is why I really wanted to give a strong sign in step with the times, and dedicate [this] issue to Black Barbie.” The special issue includes artistic photography and fashion, in addition to adorable Barbie Dolls.

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EDITORIALS / April 8 2009 4:49 PM

SPREAD UM: “Fashion Bailout” Vogue Italia April 2009

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SPREAD UM: Fashion Bailout Vogue Italia April 2009

Steven Meisel’s editorial for Vogue Italia April 2009 is basically the greatest game of dress-up you could ever imagine. Poking fun at our current economic crisis, “Fashion Bailout” portrays some intense mixing, matching and accessorizing at what appears to be a second hand store. While the clothes on Darya, Portia & Eliza are a mish-mosh of Moschino, Maison Martin Margiela, Roberto Cavalli and others, this spread suggests that you can look just as couture wearing Goodwill finds. But to be honest, I would have pegged this spread the brainchild of Carine Roitfeld over Franca Sozzani.

GALLERY: SPREAD UM: “Fashion Bailout” Vogue Italia April 2009

Thanks Fashion Copious

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