No, he needs to be stopped! But let's forget about that for a moment and just focus on the trainwreck that is the I&V edit! My God. The cheap superimposition of Vittoria's ghost onto the fountain? The type of tackiness one would expect from Dolce & Gabanna. I&V is really making it up as they go along. I'm pleasantly surprised by the Tim Walker edit. Yes, there are some new props (finally!), but the effect and composition looks great here. And call me a fashion purist but maybe Farneti should've just gone with the profile shot of Sasha in that fur, or the one where she's sitting on a block, and called it a day. There's something to be said for simplicity, which is annoyinly absent in a lot of edits nowadays. Maybe the creative director of the magazine need to rethink his direction. There are way too many staid, affected and cold editorials in one issue at any given time. Willy Vanderperre, Walker, Sundsbo, it's an overkill. As a result there's always a certain degree of joy or excitement lacking in VI.