Supermodel Lauren Hutton rolls off her three Vogue Italia October 2017 covers -- making her the oldest model to front a Vogue cover -- into her main editorial, 'It is always today'. Hutton is styled by Patti Wilson in images by Steven Klein. / Makeup by Kabuki; hair by Ward
A bit is lost in the translation, but Vogue Italia provides a commentary on the cover story, written from the pov of a young woman about her Aunt Gloria, the independent woman. Reading online commentary around the editorial as images only, it's clear that the words cast a different perspective on the images -- basically called the greatest editorial waste in 20 years by some. Note that this editorial doesn't meet by expectations either, but enough with the melodrama. But then, most quick to comment rarely seek greater understanding on any topic. Vogue Italia explains:
"Aunt Gloria had clothes, shoes, and jewels. Not as a mother so slim, you want to shout: why do not you buy a fur? She remained the colorless woman without jewels or heels that I hated. Because that mom had touched me, I thought, why did not my Aunt Gloria be my real mom? . . .
Many a young girl has looked to her independent aunt as a role model. Read on for Gloria's story.