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Would you like me to show you around? Tap the link in bio to take a look at the new photostory by @josephcharlesviola. About the project - ‘My work is quite simple in terms of the way I work with my talent. It's authentic, organic. I like to get on set with a very general framework to work both within and outside. I strongly dislike and disagree with planning too much too soon; it feels contrived. And often, I believe the best work I've made has been out of spontaneity, sheer curiosity and imagination, and ability to adapt based on whatever aspects of the story evolve. This story was simply me booking my close friend Ion styled by my other close friend Alexander Picon. We got together, we set a general mood, and went around my hometown to wreak havoc in couture a bit. This is what happened.’ #JosephViola
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Are you ready for #vogueformilano19 on September 12th? An event organized by #VogueItalia under the patronage of @comune_milano, a very special evening with the most important brands, boutiques and stores located in the prestigious Quadrilatero della Moda, a treasure hunt, an exclusive concert at Piazza del Duomo and a street party! Discover all you need to know about the event on vogue.it and stay tuned for more! #thevogueitaliastreetparty
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Thanks to @chanel.beauty @lamartinapolo @haagendazs_it @globalintuition and Consorzio Piave
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Amantes encontrados. #LoveIsLove 🌈 A new photostory by @paolavivasphotography styled by @chinocj.
About the project - ‘We had the idea of creating a story about two men in love in Mexico City. The idea that sometimes the only thing that can save you from the chaos of the big city and give you the feeling of being in your own beautiful isolated world is Love.’ #PaolaViva
More via link in bio. #photostories
Discover every week a new Podcast Experience. Here’s @nathanwestling photographed by @willyvanderperre and interviewed by @christbollen.
As a kid, Nathan hung a poster of the universe on his bedroom wall—the constellations and planets and stars. His name was Natalie then, a girl’s name, which matched the gender assigned to him on his birth certificate. Think of the constellations: the bull, the scorpion, Orion, the swan. A constellation is the imposition of a specific shape on a random gathering of stars. It’s a fiction that only works if you connect the dots following certain imaginary lines. Natalie was a constellation too, the shape of a young girl with auburn hair that the residents of Scottsdale, Arizona wanted to see when they looked at this young person. It was comfortable and unthreatening to see a girl there, no matter how uncomfortable and threatening it made the subject. But Nathan always knew who he really was: not a girl at all but a boy desperate to break out. “I would look at that poster of the universe and imagine how I wanted to the world to be,” Nathan recalls, who since November 2018 no longer identifies as Natalie. “I would imagine how I wanted to end up and what I wanted to experience and feel. I’d always questioned why I wasn’t born male. That poster gave me the sense that the world isn’t as small as we think it is. It’s what we make it.” Tap the link in bio to discover more about our #vogueitaliapodcast
Jump Ball by @oshane.howard. The game of basketball brings us all together. The atmosphere, competition, and stories impact our lives in a huge way. This series aims to highlight the blend between basketball and cultures across the African Diaspora. ‘I’ve graduated as an artist from aiming to create images that are just cool to look at. The mission moving forward is to create stories people can relate too, but also have them take away something they never knew about. Images age well when there’s something meaningful behind it.’ Keep reading the Q&A by @chiaranonino with the artist via link in bio. #OshaneHoward