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Vogue Italia di gennaio sarà completamente illustrato e avrà 7 cover

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Il numero di Vogue Italia di gennaio avrà un solo servizio fotografico, tutti i restanti articoli saranno accompagnati da illustrazioni. La motivazione è principalmente etica - oltre che artistica - in quanto il risparmio dovuto ai costi dei servizi fotografici, compresi quelli di viaggio, energia elettrica, etc., verrà devoluto a scopo benefico. Per l'occasione sono stati coinvolti diversi artisti e ben 7 di loro hanno realizzato altrettante copertine raffiguranti modelle che indossano abiti di Gucci. Gli artisti coinvolti per le cover sono: David Salle, Vanessa Beecroft, Cassi Namoda, Milo Manara, Delphine Desane, Paolo Ventura e Yoshitaka Amano.

Come si legge dal sito ufficiale della rivista:

"«Tutte le copertine, e i servizi del numero di gennaio sono stati realizzati da artisti, noti, emergenti, nomi dell’arte e leggende del fumetto, che hanno raccontato la moda rinunciando a viaggiare, spedire interi guardaroba, inquinare. La sfida è dimostrare che è possibile raccontare gli abiti senza fotografarli. È una prima volta: Vogue Italia non aveva mai avuto una copertina illustrata e nessun Vogue, da quando esiste la fotografia, ha mai realizzato un numero prescindendone.

Grazie alla generosità di questi artisti, la cifra risparmiata nelle produzione di Vogue Italia di gennaio sarà devoluta a un progetto che ne ha realmente bisogno: il restauro della Fondazione Querini Stampalia Onlus di Venezia, fortemente danneggiata dalla marea dello scorso novembre»: così Emanuele Farneti, direttore di Vogue Italia, racconta nell'editoriale il numero speciale che trovate in edicola dal 7 gennaio."

Ecco le 7 cover qui di seguito:

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*NO PHOTOSHOOT PRODUCTION WAS REQUIRED IN THE MAKING OF THIS ISSUE A preview of the January 2020 Vogue Italia Special Issue on newsstands January 7th @Paolo.Ventura featuring @FeliceNova in @Gucci Cover 7 of 7 *** "All of the covers, as well as the features of our January issue, have been drawn by artists, ranging from well-known art icons and emerging talents to comic book legends, who have created without travelling, shipping entire wardrobes of clothes or polluting in any way. The challenge was to prove it is possible to show clothes without photographing them. This is a first, Vogue Italia has never had an illustrated cover: and as far as I know no issue of Vogue Italia in which photography is not the primary visual medium has ever been printed. Thanks to this idea, and to these artists' process, the money saved in the production of this issue will go towards financing a project that really deserves it: the restoration of @FondazioneQueriniStampalia in Venice, severely damaged by the recent floods.” @efarneti See more via link in bio. Full credits: #FeliceNovaNoordhoff @michamodels Editor in chief @efarneti Creative director @ferdinandoverderi Fashion @franragazzi @robertaninapinna Casting directors @pg_dmcasting @samuel_ellis @ DM Fashion Studio #VogueValues

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*NO PHOTOSHOOT PRODUCTION WAS REQUIRED IN THE MAKING OF THIS ISSUE A preview of the January 2020 Vogue Italia Special Issue on newsstands January 7th @MiloManara_official featuring @OliviaVinten in @Gucci Cover 6 of 7 *** “I owe everything to women,” says Milo Manara, the father of erotic comics. The artist who collaborated with Hugo Pratt, Federico Fellini, and Alejandro Jodorowsky, this year, is celebrating fifty years of career. “For my cover I referenced the greatest of models, Michelangelo’s David, but in female form. I wanted to recreate the same pose, the quiet pride of the victor, which is the attitude that represents femininity in our times despite male resistance. David took on Goliath’s brute force with a slingshot. He won by using intelligence. Today, women have a great Goliath to defeat: male chauvinism, the patriarchy, and violence.” #MiloManara See more via link in bio. Full credits: #OliviaVinten @dnamodels Editor in chief @efarneti Creative director @ferdinandoverderi Fashion @franragazzi @robertaninapinna Casting directors @pg_dmcasting @samuel_ellis @ DM Fashion Studio #VogueValues

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*NO PHOTOSHOOT PRODUCTION WAS REQUIRED IN THE MAKING OF THIS ISSUE A preview of the January 2020 Vogue Italia Special Issue on newsstands January 7th @Yoshitaka_Amano featuring @LindseyWixson in @Gucci Cover 5 of 7 *** "All of the covers, as well as the features of our January issue, have been drawn by artists, ranging from well-known art icons and emerging talents to comic book legends, who have created without travelling, shipping entire wardrobes of clothes or polluting in any way. The challenge was to prove it is possible to show clothes without photographing them. This is a first, Vogue Italia has never had an illustrated cover: and as far as I know no issue of Vogue Italia in which photography is not the primary visual medium has ever been printed. Thanks to this idea, and to these artists' process, the money saved in the production of this issue will go towards financing a project that really deserves it: the restoration of @FondazioneQueriniStampalia in Venice, severely damaged by the recent floods.” @efarneti See more via link in bio. Full credits: #LindseyWixson @thesocietynyc Editor in chief @efarneti Creative director @ferdinandoverderi Fashion @franragazzi @robertaninapinna Casting directors @pg_dmcasting @samuel_ellis @ DM Fashion Studio #VogueValues

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*NO PHOTOSHOOT PRODUCTION WAS REQUIRED IN THE MAKING OF THIS ISSUE A preview of the January 2020 Vogue Italia Special Issue on newsstands January 7th @Cas_Amandaa @Cas_Namoda featuring @Ambar_Cristalz in @Gucci Cover 4 of 7 *** "All of the covers, as well as the features of our January issue, have been drawn by artists, ranging from well-known art icons and emerging talents to comic book legends, who have created without travelling, shipping entire wardrobes of clothes or polluting in any way. The challenge was to prove it is possible to show clothes without photographing them. This is a first, Vogue Italia has never had an illustrated cover: and as far as I know no issue of Vogue Italia in which photography is not the primary visual medium has ever been printed. Thanks to this idea, and to these artists' process, the money saved in the production of this issue will go towards financing a project that really deserves it: the restoration of @FondazioneQueriniStampalia in Venice, severely damaged by the recent floods.” @efarneti See more via link in bio. Full credits: #AmbarCristalZarzuela @nextmodels Editor in chief @efarneti Creative director @ferdinandoverderi Fashion @franragazzi @robertaninapinna Casting directors @pg_dmcasting @samuel_ellis @ DM Fashion Studio #VogueValues

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*NO PHOTOSHOOT PRODUCTION WAS REQUIRED IN THE MAKING OF THIS ISSUE A preview of the January 2020 Vogue Italia Special Issue on newsstands January 7th @DelphineDesane @DelphineDesaneStudio featuring @AssaBaradjiofficial in @Gucci Cover 3 of 7 *** "All of the covers, as well as the features of our January issue, have been drawn by artists, ranging from well-known art icons and emerging talents to comic book legends, who have created without travelling, shipping entire wardrobes of clothes or polluting in any way. The challenge was to prove it is possible to show clothes without photographing them. This is a first, Vogue Italia has never had an illustrated cover: and as far as I know no issue of Vogue Italia in which photography is not the primary visual medium has ever been printed. Thanks to this idea, and to these artists' process, the money saved in the production of this issue will go towards financing a project that really deserves it: the restoration of @FondazioneQueriniStampalia in Venice, severely damaged by the recent floods.” @efarneti See more via link in bio. Full credits: #AssaBaradji @heroesmodels Editor in chief @efarneti Creative director @ferdinandoverderi Fashion @franragazzi @robertaninapinna Casting directors @pg_dmcasting @samuel_ellis @ DM Fashion Studio #VogueValues

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*NO PHOTOSHOOT PRODUCTION WAS REQUIRED IN THE MAKING OF THIS ISSUE A preview of the January 2020 Vogue Italia Special Issue on newsstands January 7th Female figure wearing @Gucci by Vanessa Beecroft @VBuntitled Cover 2 of 7 *** "All of the covers, as well as the features of our January issue, have been drawn by artists, ranging from well-known art icons and emerging talents to comic book legends, who have created without travelling, shipping entire wardrobes of clothes or polluting in any way. The challenge was to prove it is possible to show clothes without photographing them. This is a first, Vogue Italia has never had an illustrated cover: and as far as I know no issue of Vogue Italia in which photography is not the primary visual medium has ever been printed. Thanks to this idea, and to these artists' process, the money saved in the production of this issue will go towards financing a project that really deserves it: the restoration of @FondazioneQueriniStampalia in Venice, severely damaged by the recent floods.” @efarneti See more via link in bio. Full credits: Editor in chief @efarneti Creative director @ferdinandoverderi Fashion @franragazzi @robertaninapinna Casting directors @pg_dmcasting @samuel_ellis @ DM Fashion Studio #VogueValues

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*NO PHOTOSHOOT PRODUCTION WAS REQUIRED IN THE MAKING OF THIS ISSUE A preview of the January 2020 Vogue Italia Special Issue on newsstands January 7th @David_Salle featuring @LiliSumner in @Gucci styled by @TonneGood Cover 1 of 7 *** "All of the covers, as well as the features of our January issue, have been drawn by artists, ranging from well-known art icons and emerging talents to comic book legends, who have created without travelling, shipping entire wardrobes of clothes or polluting in any way. The challenge was to prove it is possible to show clothes without photographing them. This is a first, Vogue Italia has never had an illustrated cover: and as far as I know no issue of Vogue Italia in which photography is not the primary visual medium has ever been printed. Thanks to this idea, and to these artists' process, the money saved in the production of this issue will go towards financing a project that really deserves it: the restoration of @FondazioneQueriniStampalia in Venice, severely damaged by the recent floods". @efarneti See more via link in bio. Full credits: #LiliSumner @nextmodels Editor in chief @efarneti Creative director @ferdinandoverderi Casting directors @pg_dmcasting @samuel_ellis @ DM Fashion Studio #VogueValues

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Drawing Fashion: il Vogue espressionista di René Bouché

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Nell'odierna puntata di Drawing Fashion andiamo indietro nel tempo di diverse decine di anni. Andiamo negli anni della Seconda Guerra Mondiale, quando un giovane René Bouché, pittore dalle forti influenze espressionistiche che dipingerà successivamente ritratti di personaggi cruciali del XX secolo, tra cui Georges Braque, Willem de Kooning, Truman Capote, Wystan Hugh Auden, Aldous Huxley e la famiglia Kennedy, comincia il suo lavoro per Vogue nel 1938.

Le copertine della rivista così come i servizi di haute couture da lui realizzati hanno fatto la storia di uno dei periodi d'oro della moda negli anni '50. Potete vedere nella gallery in basso come l'artista in questione non solo riesca a catturare dei momenti molto sfuggenti, evanescenti, ma al contempo a immortalare una bellezza senza età di modelle e capi d'abbigliamento, magari estremamente semplificati, ma tali da rendere la composizione indelebile.

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Oltre al lavoro su Vogue e alla produzione artistica pittorica, i suoi lavori coprirono aspetti diversissimi, dalle corse dei cavalli di Dublino ai costumi delle geishe giapponesi, per sfociare anche nella pubblicità per Nestlé, Saks Fifth Avenue e Elizabeth Arden, oltre che abbellire le copertine del Time.

Lettura consigliata su Vogue contenente alcuni lavori dell'artista è il Fashion Drawing in Vogue di William Packer.

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