Do not ask Paris Vogue to remain the same

March 11, 2011

A primeira capa de Emmanuelle Alt como editora-chefe da Vogue Paris é com Gisele Bündchen, e representa o distanciamento da estética risqué de Carine Roitfeld. Alt explicou sua visão para a revista dizendo: “sempre quero uma relação com a realidade: nada muito sexy, ou provocativo, ou vítima da moda. Somos francesas – podemos mostrar modelos fumando, nudez. Não temos limites, e pode ser bom os ter.”

Como prometido, Gisele foi fotografada vestindo Dolce & Gabbana em São Bartolomeu, nas Antilhas Francesas, por Inez van Lamsweerde e Vinoodh Matatin. A revista estará nas bancas dia 25 de março.

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Editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt’s first cover for French Vogue stars Gisele Bündchen and represents a strong movement away from Carine Roitfeld’s risqué aesthetic. Alt explained her vision for the magazine saying that “I always want a relationship with reality: nothing too sexy, or provocative, or fashion victim. We are French — we can show smoking, nudity. We have no boundaries, and it can be good to have them.”

As promised, Gisele was photographed wearing Dolce & Gabbana in St. Barts by Vogue Paris regulars Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matatin. The magazine will hit shelves March 25th.


Paris Vogue, April 2011

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