© Vogue, Paris
Photographes Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin ©Vogue, Paris
Wanted ! Photographe David Sims. Réalisation Emmanuelle Alt © Vogue, Paris
Chase-Ing Love, Photographe Bruce Weber. Réalisation Anastasia Barbieri © Vogue, New York
Immaculée séduction, photographe Hans Feurer, réalisation Marie Chaix © Vogue, Paris
Coup d'éclat, photographe Josh Olins, réalisation Véronique Didry © Vogue, Paris
Emmanuelle Alt, who was named editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris this past January after the departure of Carine Roitfeld in December 2010, signed her first issue for the month of April 2011.
“A Vogue that announces springtime and a new wind is blowing. A bohemian spirit, Far West, white graphic and dynamic…Fashion has the energy of desire and occupies the terrain,” she writes in her editors letter of the April issue. On the cover, the top model Gisele Bundchen photographed by the dutch duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. An issue that inaugurates a new era in the history of Vogue Paris.
And Hans Feurer is back, one of the biggest fashion photographers of the 1970’s and 1980’s.