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Lost in Details, Arizona Muse, Paolo Roversi, Vogue Italia, Mars 2012, Retro, Scrapbook, Prada

Arizona Muse rocks the retro 1950’s 1960’s look through the form of an eloquently elegant scrapbook in the March 2012 editorial of Vogue Italia. Titled “Lost In Details” it’s almost all Prada all the time and there is inspiration enough here to get lost in. Images taken through the crafty lense of Paolo Roversi are dynamically cut, cropped and collaged in ways that bring a beautiful extra dimension to what already exists in its original form. For a peek behind the genius:

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Vogue Italia, March 2012 Couture Supplement, Christian Dior, Paolo Roversi, Vogue Italia, Valentino, Givenchy, Giambattista Valli, Chanel, Marie Piovesan, Jean Paul Gaultier, Atelier Versace, Armani Privé, Aspinal of London, A Lady In Spring

No one plays with shadow and light like Paolo Roersi. His crafty blend of scullduggery stirs the beautiful and the curious with haunting elegance for Vogue Italia’s March 2012 Couture Supplement titled “A Lady In Spring”. Shadowed by birds, insects and a variety of other flora, Marie Piovesan is cloaked in an array of spring 2012 couture collections: Valentino, Givenchy, Giambattista Valli, Chanel, Christian Dior, and Armani Privé to name a few. And it has rarely been more glamorous to be “masked” in eyewear, which makes the mystery all the more decadent.

Chanel, Versace, Givenchy, Dior, Valentino, Armani Privé, Shadow Puppet, Angels and Demons, Paolo Roversi, The Great Illusion, Lara Stone, Fairy Tale, Vogue ItaliaShadow puppetry has rarely brushed shoulders with such glamorous company as Chanel, Versace, Givenchy, Dior, Valentino, Armani Privé. Paolo Roversi’s light and shadow play is enchanting as are whispered tones of color. In this series titled “The Great Illustion” for Vogue Italia, I feel like he hit upon great visions of Grimm’s Fairy Tales and maybe a few from Lewis Carroll and J.R.R. Tolkien. Even in this world of wolves, thorns and demons, I would happily inhabit it.

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