Every so often Vogue Italia comes out of left field and delivers a cover that features a true fashion legend. This month the honor goes to the incomparable Isabella Rossellini, one of the most photographed women ever and a model who ruled the world’s of fashion and film. Take a look back on her fashionable history, and some of those iconic images.
1982: Isabella by Richard Avedon in American Vogue
1986: With director David Lynch, photograph by Helmut Newton
1986: With actor Kyle Maclachlan in Lynch’s masterpiece, Blue Velvet.
1987: Giving the signature i-D Magazine wink on the cover of a vintage issue shot by Fabrizio Ferri.
1988: Shot by Robert Mapplethorpe
A prolific series of Vogue Italia covers from the 80s, until today.
1990: As bleached blonde bombshell, Perdita Durango in Lynch’s Wild at Heart. A look that went on to inspire several fashion editorials
1990: Alongside daughter Elettra Wiedemann on the cover of Vogue Paris by Brigitte Lacombe
1990: a classic image by Steven Meisel for Allure Magazine
1994: Isabella, alongside generations of legendary models on Vogue Italia‘s 30th Anniversary issue.
1996: Rossellini & Monica Bellucci for Dolce & Gabbana, it doesn’t get anymore Italian than that!
1997: An immaculate black and white by the late Irving Penn.