Brazilian top model Isabeli Fontana graces the ‘extrême’ tribal graffiti-inspired cover of French Vogue’s November 2009 issue, photographed by David Sims. The aesthetic was brought into the main editorial called Keith Me styled by the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Carine Roitfeld. The editorial was inspired by the characters of graffiti artist Keith Haring and echoes ethnic accents and raw notes of exotic tribal body painting.
Here’s the Louis Vuitton shot. I love what Carine did to the Monogram Blanket, and Isabeli looked like a fierce but chic glamazon.
Speaking of Isabeli Fontana, look out for her in November/December fashion magazines as she is the face of Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2010 ad campaign that was shot at the Hamptons by Patrick Demarchelier. I can’t wait to see it.
The cover + the rest of the editorial after the jump…
Images via Vogue Paris / David Sims, scanned by Diciassette @ tfs