Well anything had to be better than June's cover. VI foldout covers tend to turnout good. Although it isn't exactly to my taste, I can't help but be intrigued, Meisel is truly back in full swing here and brings edginess back to VI. It's haunting for sure, I think I can also see Juliane Gruner!? She was also on last years July cover too. Credit goes to the whole team though and now I'm looking forward to seeing the main editorial.
As for Katy Perry, her eyes are out of this world and I'm happy to see her. I can't bring myself to like her editorial though, no matter how well it's been executed simply because of the fact it looks like she is the impersonation or resembles the appearance of Lady Gaga who I can't almost stand now. What's the point really? Whether it was Katy's idea or not, I just wanted to see something more colorful and like herself.
No gravity-appeal. Although the black color, with its inherent flexibility, may be the common denominator of the most diverse aspects of the feminine spirit, it remains, nevertheless, faceted, multi-faceted and fluctuating. Like it's masterfully expressed in the olfactory Flora Garden collection: five wonderful scents, each of which explores a different flower, and one of the thousand faces of women. They range from Gorgeous Gardenia, lavish floral white, Tuberose Gracious, most fascinating tribute to the flowers. Known instead of freesia, peony, and green leaves (as well as magnolia) Magnolia Glamorous, jus for a muse charismatic and confident. And if Generous Violet is a woody floral that speaks of romance, Glorious Mandarin Mandarin recounts the joy of expressing euphoria and energy that is disruptive. All Gucci.
Long evening dress of embroidered tulle and georgette silk, jewelry and shoes with ankle strap: all Gucci. Calzedonia tights. Hair Guido for Redken. Make-up Pat McGrath for Dolce & Gabbana The Make Up. Manicurist Jin Soon Choi for Jin Soon Natural Hand & Foot Spa Fashion editor Karl Templer. Set design by Mary Howard.
|vogue.it, translated by google, attempted edition by me|
Agree this is the first time Vogue Italia wows me this year. The casting was perfect.
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