Vogue Portugal July 2018: Chiara Scelsi, Kevin Sampaio and Jonathan Sampaio

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  1. AFWQ

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    (source: instagram/vogueportugal)

    team:
    models: Chiara Scelsi, Kevin Sampaio and Jonathan Sampaio
    photography: Branislav Simoncik
    make up: Patricia Lima
    styling: Claudia Barros
    casting: Svetikova
    hair: Claudio Pacheco
    production: Snowberry Productions
     
  2. AFWQ

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    Shoot was in Portugal in a beach and from what I seen on Instagram, it was two more models there - one who is Portuguese and another who is Brazilian. Both were from portuguese agencies.

    They wore a lot of pieces from D&G.
     
  3. zacatecas570

    zacatecas570 Well-Known Member

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    I'm just happy for the twins but this is a mess!
     
  4. TeeVanity

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    I love this publication, always doing something different for the covers, love all the covers and it's not a mess it's pure fun and joy.
     
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    Looking inviting.
     
  6. Benn98

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    Cheesier than a D&G campaign, and God knows we have enough of that! There's just no wit to this. It's like a foreigners impression of Portugal, but trying very hard to be edgy. And the styling is an eyesore.
     
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    I like the first cover. The rest are bad.
     
  8. AFWQ

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    I would like to continue discussing this subject

    Jan Kralicek and Branislav Simoncik along with Sofia Lucas and José Santana are founders/co-founders of group Lighthouse Publishing - the group of holds licences to publicing Vogue and GQ Portugal.
    I assume Jan will continue in the group. He is also Fashion Director in GQ Portugal. So I assume he will continue with them.

    Without Kralicek - from I have seen in the past, it was him who brought High Fashion pieces to magazine. With past team, most of pieces were ready-to-wear pieces from Portuguese local shops. They didn't seem to have that type of contact with international industry as Jan Kralicek has. So... I assume that is because of Kralicek contacts.

    Those shops don't sell HF pieces.

    So I don't think they want to stop using those pieces since you still see them today on their editorials. Kralicek will continue to be connect to them, but I think mostly throw the group.

    I think the same. It will be a conflict of interest on both parts.

    But from I have seen on Kralicek IG. He seems to really want to be part of CZ Vogue. He seems to be a very home person. Whenever he can, he seems to go right back to his country. And I think Director of magazine CZ Vogue has a close relationship with him and Branislav.

    Kralicek is always tagging magazine on his IG stories. I think it says something of his part.

    Although --

    I don't see the same interest on Branislav Simoncik part. He lives in Portugal with his family. And he seems to enjoy living here.

    When comes to Branislav, I think he might work as collaborator for the CZ Vogue.


    Who could replace Kralicek if that ever came to happen?
    Both José Santana and Sofia Lucas work on Vogue Portugal in the past with most of members of who got fired from the magazine.

    I don't know if they have a good relationship with them but I have seen a few of old members not happy with change of magazine. I have an ideia might had some hope continue on the magazine but I am sure about it...

    A some of members now work on Máxima, either as collaborators or as members.

    Past Fashion Director, Paulo Macedo, has had some connection with editorials of Máxima. Both I don't exactly what is his function, maybe creative director for the editorials... I think he is mostly as collaborator.

    Kralicek and Branislav were a while a go in Conde Nast, NY. I think they might have been discussing something regarding this subject.
     
  9. Urban Stylin

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    I love it! Tired of the generic stuff plus everyone looks really good and its the epitome of summer
     
  10. AFWQ

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    I completely agree with you Ben.

    It's a badly construct ideia of Portugal.
    But I am not suprise by it.

    At least with D&G we see the true spirit of Italian Culture. And it is something I respect in D&G.
     
  11. EstefaniaAbaddon

    EstefaniaAbaddon Well-Known Member

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    Portugal is probably one of D&G main selling points. Lots of old Latin money, lots of old rich people. I remember a photographer telling me that D&G, Chanel and YSL spent lots of money with advertising in Portugal as the 1% here are really into those brands and their legacy.

    I understand the use of Dolce although it's kind of funny that a magazine that has been doing everything to look "edgy", woke and cool, is all of a sudden using models, styling and photography appealing to a completely different demographic.

    Very curious to see their August cover.
     
  12. caioherrero

    caioherrero Well-Known Member

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    Jan just leaves vogue Portugal to became creative director of vogue cezc, he is now fashion editor at large of vogue portugal
     
  13. AFWQ

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    Humm.. so you think that as well.

    And Kralicek is Fashion Director, not editor. Editor is Claudia Barros at Vogue Portugal.

    It's term used by them.

    And according to Vogue CZ website he is Creative and Fashion Director of magazine.
    On small text it says that: "took over the licence to publish GQ and, subsequently, Vogue, where he continues in the role of fashion director."
     
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    The inside of the magazine remains pretentious in general.
     
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    I said he just leaved to became creative director of vogue cz. He was fashion director of vogue portugal, now he is fashion editor at large of that publication
     
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    I said he just leaved to became creative director of vogue cz. He was fashion director of vogue portugal, now he is fashion editor at large of that publication
     
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    I'm sorry, are you saying that Jan Králícek has a main position in both Vogue CZ and Vogue Portugal, at the same time? Is that possible?

    I checked their websites and he appears as creative and fashion director of Vogue CZ and fashion director of Vogue Portugal. I want to believe someone forgot to update one of the websites and you don't have the same person working full-time for two Vogues, in the same position.

    On another note, saw the car cover on stands today. The photoshop looks way too "burnt" for my taste, in a Klein kind of way, similar to his VI cover with Gigi. Klein is a reference that pops more and more into my mind when I see their covers: dead/mannequin models on water, post-apocalyptic/dirty scenarios, even the cover with the plants, you see them overpowering the model's face similar to that Klein Balenciaga campaign from a few years back. Maybe I'm the only one getting this reference but it sure pops more and more into mind.
     
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    I'm sorry, are you saying that Jan Králícek has a main position in both Vogue CZ and Vogue Portugal, at the same time? Is that possible?

    I checked their websites and he appears as creative and fashion director of Vogue CZ and fashion director of Vogue Portugal. I want to believe someone forgot to update one of the websites and you don't have the same person working full-time for two Vogues, in the same position.

    On another note, saw the car cover on stands today. The photoshop looks way too "burnt" for my taste, in a Klein kind of way, similar to his VI cover with Gigi. Klein is a reference that pops more and more into my mind when I see their covers: dead/mannequin models on water, post-apocalyptic/dirty scenarios, even the cover with the plants, you see them overpowering the model's face similar to that Klein Balenciaga campaign from a few years back. Maybe I'm the only one getting this reference but it sure pops more and more into mind.
     
  19. caioherrero

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    The Vogue Portugal site is not updated. He is now fashion editor at large
     
  20. caioherrero

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    The Vogue Portugal site is not updated. He is now fashion editor at large
     

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