>> Franca Sozzani recently explained why Steven Meisel has shot everyVogue Italia cover since 1988: "I needed to have a consistent, recognizable look to every cover. My idea was that even if you took the word "Italia" off, you know what Vogue Italia is. Many magazines don't seem to have a...

For their photoshoot, Alexandria, Brittani, Hannah, Kasia and Molly will be posing side by side with camels and will try to impress Vogue Italia's Editor-In-Chief Franca Sozzani who will be back to assess the girls and help the judges in choosing the four girls advancing in the hopes of...

Marquita Pring, Tara Lynn, Candice Huffine and Robyn Lawley–all"plus" size models–are the stars of Vogue Italia's June issue. Whereas Pring was once relegated to Vogue Italia's "curves" section online, this month she's just another model in a smoldering black and white 10-page Elizabeth...

by Christopher on Jun 2, 2011 Franca Sozzani is on a mission. The editor-in-chief of the Italian edition of Vogue recently devoted a special section to "curvy" women on the magazine's website and now she is making headlines for casting a trio of plus-size models to appear on the latest...

Vogue Italia has chosen to 86 one image from Steven Meisel's "Body by Kloss" spread, which undeniably featured Kloss at her absolute best. All eighteen pages of the original editorial were published in the magazine's December 2011 issue. Although Vogue Italia's editor-in-chief, Franca...

Vogue Italia's editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani took a very public stance against pro-anorexia sites earlier this year. The magazine devoted a special section for "curvy" women on their website, cast a trio of plus-size models to appear on the cover and launched an online campaign to shut down...

Vogue Italia Heralds "Rapper Style," A Trend "Started" By Michael Jordan We can't...but what...who decided...whaa? In what seems like a parody of the worst, out-of-touch, Rich Skinny White Person Club version of itself, Vogue Italia just ran a feature touting "rapper style" as a trend to...

Image: Vogue Italia While on twitter one of my friends tweeted ""Slave" earrings? Really?". So of course I had to take a look. Well it seems that Italian Vogue has found a chic new term for hoop earrings: slave earrings. The editorial reads: Jewellery has always flirted with circular...

Following the announcement that Rihanna will be Vogue Italia's"Woman of the Year," FashionIndie put together this retrospective from her last shoot with the Italian mag, with her looking weirdly like Victoria Beckham for their September 2009 issue.The editorial shot by Steven Klein is entitled...

Would the people over at Vogue Italia call it a slave ring, or maybe an ethnic ring? We hope not. We actually really love this Steven Meisel-shot cover. The play on proportion is interesting and surreal, as is the use of quirky props. Do you agree?

 

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