@jimmymoff ‘s @redhooklabs and @guccibeauty presents ‘LABS NEW ARTISTS II’ 📸 FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ITALY - An exhibition exploring contemporary cultural aesthetics through the works of 25 emerging international photographers at @base_milano 👉 #PHOTOVOGUEFESTIVAL - From November 15th to November 18th 👉 FREE ENTRANCE, you’re all invited!
👉 Today we introduce Christopher Smith @mechrissmith who is one of the artists on display - Bio: Christopher Smith is a 23-year-old South African photographer living in the coastal city of Port Elizabeth. At age 16, with no photographic training and being too shy to ask others to pose for him, Smith began using self-portraiture as a way of learning photographic technique. Despite later studying graphic design at university, this solitary photographic exploration continues today. Working exclusively in his bedroom using a point-and-shoot camera and window light or a reading light, Smith’s work now deals primarily with personal fantasies of glamour, sexuality and violence. #ChristopherSmith
Discover more about the #PHOTOVOGUEFESTIVAL on vogue.it 💬
FANTAGIRL 💖 I am the woman I am 💞 The fifth girl is #PatriziaMori @oldwhiskey7 👉 Photos by @clotildepetrosino 🦄 #Fantagirl is a project devised by brand @fantabody_ founded by @carolina_amoretti in 2015 with the aim of setting nine synergies and interactions among women starting from their native land - Milan. An ode to the female body, regardless of its shape and skin colour. A research that promotes embracing diversity as a starting point for addressing topics such as disability, immigration and sex work, which are approached with an inclusive, curious and prejudice-free attitude. ‘My life has changed, but would you be surprised if I told you that more than physical change, I changed myself as a person I have always had a steel character, rebellious and independent, and the incident has undoubtedly accentuated these sides of my character even more! Perhaps I have become harder, I would say that simply what happened to me made me realize the importance of not wasting time in life. Above all with people.’
Keep reading the interview with #PatriziaMori by @carinemorris_ today 👉 on vogue.it ⭐️
‘ITALIAN PANORAMA’ 📸 A group exhibition presented by Armani Silos @giorgioarmani & #PhotoVogueFestival featuring 20 of the most original young exponents of Italian fashion photography, a genre which has never been so dynamic and widely varied as it is today ✨ From November 15th to December 16th at #ArmaniSilos 👉 You’re all invited to discover this new generation of creatives!
👉 Today we introduce Luca Campri @luca.campri ‘s work on display - Delicacy ✨ Bio: Luca Campri (born in 1987 in Parma, Italy) is a young photographer who lives and works between Milan and London. He has a fresh and versatile style along with a strong sensitiveness, which helps him to perfectly interpret subjects’ strong points and peculiarities both in fashion and portraits, all marked out by an artistic and spontaneous approach. Among his portraits Arizona Muse, Joseph Kosuth, Jonathan Anderson, Matthew Spender, Marques Almeida, Luca Guadagnino, Delfina Delettrez, Federico Marchetti, Barnaba Fornasetti, Rodolfo Paglialunga and the band Haim, just to mention a few. Campri collaborated with magazines such as Vogue US, Vogue Italia, WSJ, Interview and The Sunday Times and with many fashion brands. #LucaCampri
🔮 Discover more about the #PhotoVogueFestival on vogue.it and #StayTuned for more!
Our new Vogue Beauty|Allure Issue 🌟 ‘L’ammutinato’ 💬 An interview with John Galliano @jgalliano 💞 by #MariaGraziaMeda - Portrait by #AnnieLeibovitz 🦋
Q: ‘With garments already going round the world on Instagram months before they arrive in boutiques, do you think social media have eroded the mystery of fashion’
A: ‘I still love the idea of finding things out directly, but when you’re bombarded by so many images, you don’t really think about it – you just click the like button and move on to something else. In a sense this gives us designers a more relaxed attitude towards fashion. Everything becomes more light-hearted: “Like it or don’t. Next!” In fact, in my latest collections I’ve introduced the concept of “dress in haste”, which also means mixing things without too much thought. You create looks as if they were happy accidents. And after all, happy accidents are one of the most beautiful things in life, right’ Keep reading the interview with #JohnGalliano in our new Vogue Beauty|Allure issue and today on vogue.it 👁️