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Vogue Italia January 2009: D.P. Endangered Species


Vogue Italia’s January 2009 issue comes an editorial called D.P. Endangered Species by the great Anna Piaggi with backstage and runway photos shot by Bardo Fabiani that features looks from 4 designers-Dior, McQueen, Miu Miu, and Vuitton-that showed during the Spring/Summer 2009 Paris Fashion Week held last October 2008.

Vogue Italia January 2009: D.P. Endangered SpeciesClaude Lévi-Strauss, il più famoso antropologo vivente, ha festeggiato, it 29 novembre 2008, al Musée du Quai Branly a Parigi il suo centesimo compleanno… A Palermo, dopo quattro anni di restauri, è stato riaperto il Palazzo dell’Inquisizione e sono venuti alla luce graffiti quasi “estinti” di streghe, di erecti, di veggenti. Nelle collezioni primavera/estate 2009 soffia un vento di… fashion anthropology, di stilizzata archeologia, Mosaici romani di Miu Miu, elegantemente consunti dal tempo. Chic Tribal di John Galliano per Dior. French safari di Louis Vuitton. E, con un riferimento environmental a Charles Darwin, i prints skeleton crystal e cobra di Alexander McQueen.

Claude Lévi-Strauss, the most famous living anthropologist celebrated his 100th birthday on November 29, 2008 at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris. In Palermo, after four years of restoration, the Palace dell’Inquisizione was re-opened and the almost extinct “of witches, to erect, the visionaries” have come to light. In the Spring/Summer collections in 2009, wind blows … fashion anthropology, archeology of stylized Roman mosaics for Miu Miu, elegantly excavated from time. Tribal Chic by John Galliano for Dior. French Safari for Louis Vuitton. And, with a reference to naturalist Charles Darwin, the crystal and skeleton prints cobra by Alexander McQueen.

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