Thursday, April 14

The Spanish edition of Vogue has been getting better every months in the last couple of years. Even though they're probably one of the biggest titles (after US, UK, Italia and Paris) and somewhat commercial they seldom feature celebrities on their covers. For the April issue they have not only chosen a fairly unknown model but she's also the focus of one of the main stories. And I love that concept! The styling, by Vogue's lead stylist Belén Antolín and shot by Alexi Lubomirski, is not anything that hasn't been done before but the attention to detail make it a treat. I'm also looking forward to Alberto Ammann's story (styled by Marieta Torres), the new Chanel guy.

[Pictures courtesy of Vogue España]

There is a lot of model love in this issue. "Hoy es la noche" ("Tonight's the night") follows oan Smalls, Liu Wen, Constance Jablonski and Hilary Rhoda —Estée Lauder's angels— at their meeting with Tom Pecheux. I absolutely love the picture below, which opens the story.

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