Form & Function

January 8th, 2009 Posted by Janelle comments (8)

Vogue Italia‘s agenda for 09 is simple – innovate, influence and inspire. Steven Meisel’s elegantly minimalist editorial ‘Form Function’ pairs the seasons most inventive silhouettes with the groundbreaking architecture of Zaha Hadid. While the model selection may be pristine – cover girls Anna Selezneva, Viktoriya Sosonkina and Anna Jagodzinska are magnetic, while Natasha Poly, Sessilee Lopez, Kinga Rajzak, Nimue Smit & Karlie Kloss all look stunning within the editorial – the story is truly about clothing as an artform. The juxtaposition between the lines of a Chloe dress and the curved panels of Hadid’s Chanel Mobile art pavilion shows us that impressive design knows no boundaries.

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  1. aaron says:

    well put….”Pristine” sums this up precisely! the direct lighting, the ultra natural makeup, and the GLOVES! along with the perfect selection of girls makes me die inside. and i have to give a nod to natasha…i don’t remember having seen her photographed by meisel before, so this is great.

  2. jonny says:

    finally something new in italian vogue

  3. Keesean says:

    First off, Italian Vogue (and most European Vogues for that matter) have all pushed the boundaries between art and fashion.
    Lopez looks stunning!
    The sloppy hair and disheveled poses are ridiculous. So chic, so fashion forward.

  4. ryder says:

    as always, fun and fantastic vogue italia.
    love kinga rajzak here.

    pale and clean faces, excellent.

  5. Ray says:

    i think the stylin is amazin !!! please betty, who did it ?

  6. anna says:

    Sessilee Lopez is always beautiful

  7. Betty says:

    According to women, it’s Marie Amelie Sauve.

  8. Frank says:

    It’s Marie Amelie Sauve’s very first ed with Meisel in Vogue Italia!!!!!!!!!!!!Bravo!!!!!!!!!!

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