No one does couture like Vogue Paris. While the magazine never fails to provide images worth talking about, their couture extravaganzas are always sights to behold.
Especially when they take couture away from its gilded trappings and bring it out into the real world.
This month Mario Sorrenti shoots an elegantly coifed Raquel Zimmermann against a background of graffiti and grime.
Mixing street art and the expressive scrawlings of artist Kaws with pieces from Dior and Armani Prive is an inspired turn and the playful story captures the excitement of the season perfectly.
If you can tear your eyes away from Raquel and the stunning graffiti you’ll notice how truly lovely Emmanuelle Alt’s ultra feminine styling is.