Vogue Italia September Has Gorgeous Adut Akech + Vilma Sjölberg Covers | Farneti's Words Confuse

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Vogue Italia September Has Gorgeous Adut Akech + Vilma Sjölberg Covers | Farneti's Words Confuse

The September 2019 issue of Vogue Italia brings two covers into the world of fashion speak and imagination. "Peace" is the guiding idea of Mert & Marcus’s image of Vilma Sjölberg, while “Couture” inspires Paolo Roversi in his Adut Akech cover.

Also read the texts by Michael Cunningham for the September covers of Vogue Italia signed by Mert & Marcus and Paolo Roversi. Note that this text is taken directly from the Vogue Italia . AOC finds it a tad confusing, as international translation always struggles with s(he) pronouns in Google translator. Reality is that this issue of Vogue Italia is focused on the importance of words, adding a note of irony to this modern word editorial focus. Always looking for the good in a situation, I first attributed the excessive use of ‘he’ to Google translator.

Reading the Vogue Italia website translation of Farneti’s editor’s letter, it seems that the extensive use of ‘he’ is intended., that the male pronoun is dominant, in which case AOC is pretty pissed off. After all, the history of Rome is even worse than the fall of women’s influence and power under the Greeks. Italy put the nail in the proverbial women’s rights coffin.

Luna Bijl and Hu Ge Cover Vogue China June 2018, In Romantic Looks By Paolo Roversi

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Model Luna Bijl covers the June 2018 issue of Vogue China, posing with Chinese actor Hu Ge. The gorgeous pairing wearing Armani is lensed by master photographer Paolo Roversi. Elisa Zaccanti styles the rising Dutch model in more romantic looks from Valentino, Versace and Prada.

Paolo Roversi Flashes Roos, Ine & Ansley In 'Through the Looking Glass' For Vogue Australia August 2017

Paolo Roversi Flashes Roos, Ine & Ansley In 'Through the Looking Glass' For Vogue Australia August 2017

Models Roos Abels, Ine Neefs and Ansley Gulielmi are styled by Alex White in filmy, draped, romantic elegance in 'Through the looking glass'. Photographer Paolo Roversi is in the studio for Vogue Australia August 2017./ Hair by Julien d'Ys; makeup by Lauren Parsons